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  1. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    Do friends and family ask you to sort out problems on their machines, or do you need access to colleagues' computers? Do you wish you could do it from the comfort of your own home or office without having to visit them? Then you need a program that allows you to operate their machine remotely...
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    Pre-2010, the thought of owning a large screen touch device seemed more like a fad than reality. It was the launch of the iPad (First Generation) that got people to pay closer attention to these plus-sized devices. Five years later and most households in America own or have used a tablet in...
  3. Hard Drive Support
    When installing a new operating system, you may run into the problem of missing drivers. Drivers in Windows are how devices, like your video card or USB ports, communicate to the operating itself. Without the correct driver Windows may not use the device at hand and issues may occur. The...
  4. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    During the Microsoft keynote of their newest operating system, Windows 10, the technology giant had some interesting news for both new and old customers. For the first time in Windows history, Microsoft is giving Windows away, although not to everyone. Microsoft has announced that users running...
  5. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    Windows 8 on the desktop created quite a division concerning its functionality when it initially launched with the unfamiliar "Metro"-style start screen and full screen apps. It left a lot to be desired by the old school Windows XP users that were used to Windows 7's more retro-friendly design...
  6. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    With nearly every American owning a Smartphone, manufacturers look for new ways to create income. Smartphone renewals in the US are commonly performed every two years, so keeping up with the latest and greatest technology can be difficult. Tablets are a great way to have a home mobile device...
  7. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    Microsoft, yesterday, held their San Francisco event that will unveil the newest and latest version of Windows. In a surprise to all, Microsoft will dub the new Windows, ‘Windows’ or ‘Windows 10’; skipping over the expected Windows 9 codename. Terry Myerson, VP of operating systems at...
  8. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    As 2014 comes to a slow end, and 2015 bringing us new technology, Microsoft is hard at work on their newest operating system, Windows 9; or at least that’s what we’re calling it for now. It may be safe to say that the days of clever naming schemes of XP and Vista are gone. Over the previous...
  9. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    Three months after the end of Microsoft support for Windows XP, Oracle has taken a quiet approach to end all support for their for Java running on the Windows XP platform. With quarterly security updates, Oracle has stated that the upcoming July 15th updates will not be available for Windows...
  10. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    With many major businesses making the transition into the newest editions of Windows and Office, they need the hardware and performance to match. As there are hundreds of options for different professional grade notebooks, it becomes a challenge to find the right one. These notebooks need to...
  11. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    The System File Checker utility found in Windows is an advanced tool that allows users to scan and fix corrupted or missing Windows system files. Below is a step-by-step guide on how to run the System File Checker utility. The following will work in Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Window 8, Windows 7...
  12. Windows XP Support
    On the 20th of November, the Windows operating system officially turned 27, following the 1985 release of Windows 1.0. Since its first induction onto commercial computers Windows has evolved from a standard GUI system to a full-fledged, user-friendly graphical interface with support for almost...
  13. Windows XP Support
    If you’ve looked at Windows 8 at all, you may have noticed that the standard version comes with a limited Windows Media Player that can’t handle DVDs. Is this the end of the DVD? Not quite. The lack of DVD support in Windows 8 might be a step closer to the death of the DVD, but your film...
  14. Windows XP Support
    After huge hyping, testing, complaining, cheering on, loving, hating, and various other emotions and events happening around the new and completely different Windows 8, it has finally reached its retail release date. Whether it will get enough users to consider changing to it remains to be seen...
  15. Windows XP Support
    Microsoft has finally announced the release date for the newest iteration of their popular operating system. Windows 8 will be available from 26 October, as confirmed by unit leader Steven Sinofsky at a recent sales meeting according to a MS communications manager. The operating system has...
  16. Windows XP Support
    Microsoft have revealed that Windows 8 will be released on the 26th of October. The declaration was made at the firm's annual sales meeting and was  published on its blog  shortly after. The firm has described the update as the most important redesign of its interface in more than a decade...
  17. Windows XP Support
    When buying a new PC or a tablet there is one major thing to take into consideration; the operation system (OS). It’s what makes the device act and feel like it should. Your PC or tablet may have outstanding features but what will allow you to run them or use them is the OS. Think of the...
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