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  1. Apple Dock for Windows!

    Mac Support
    What is RocketDock all about? RocketDock is a free program that allows you to have a dock just like on Apple computers. You can drag and drop programs right into the dock for quick and easy use, navigate through the dock, and even edit the Dock’s skin and theme. You can also drag it around...
  2. Windows is 27 years old!

    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...
  3. Windows 8: Why can’t I play DVDs?

    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...
  4. Get ready for Internet Explorer 10

    Windows XP Support
    18 months ago Microsoft released the 9th version of their web browser, Internet Explorer 9. IE9, for short, came with all new bells and whistles for the Internet as HTML 5 and CSS3. Microsoft may have been behind on adding HTML5 and CSS3 to IE9 but in this upcoming month Microsoft just announced...
  5. Windows 8 open to public

    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...
  6. Windows RT, aka Windows on ARM

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft is starting to seem like it might be slowly edging to an unwanted platform with RT. For those wondering, Windows RT (formerly known as Windows on ARM) will be a version of the Windows 8 operating system for ARM devices such as tablets. The RT acronym does not officially stand for...
  7. Microsoft Fights the Nitol Botnet

    Computer Security News
    Malware is rising to the next level it seems, with malware allegedly coming in on Windows computers preinstalled. Microsoft received permission of the court a few days ago to pursue a botnet that stems from illegal copies of Windows that contain the malware automatically that was installed on...
  8. Microsoft’s Revamp

    Windows XP Support
    With Windows 8 upcoming Microsoft has decided to change up their logo. For years Microsoft’s logo has always consisted of the well known thick letters with italicized font. The new logo, however, features the classic red, green, blue and orange logo that may seem familiar to Windows users...
  9. Microsoft RT and why you can't say 'Metro' anymore

    Windows XP Support
    The line between Netbooks, Notebooks and Tablets are slowly merging into one gigantic pool of confusion. Recently, with the release of Windows 8, Microsoft also announced a version of their software that would run on ARM devices, which in essence will be in between a tablet and a laptop. But...
  10. From '85 to Windows 8

    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...
  11. Microsoft faces EU Anti-trust laws again

    Windows XP Support
    For years now Microsoft has been dancing lightly around the European Union and its anti-trust regulations, and recently the two entities have been banging heads again. The EU has started an investigation into allegations that Microsoft does not offer the 'browser choice screen' popup that MS...
  12. Microsoft Confirm Windows 8 Release Date

    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...
  13. Which device is Windows 8 really for?

    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...
  14. Office goes Online

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft is on a roll the past two months with yet another announcement on their resume, this one being their newest iteration of Office. Revealed at a press conference yesterday (Monday), the new Office will be cloud storage friendly, and will in fact be available online as well. New features...
  15. Is Linux Really an OS?

    Linux Support
    When someone decides that they want to try out a Linux Distribution and maybe decide to tell their family and friends that they are trying out this amazing free operating system for their computer called ‘Linux’. They might then reply is that just like Windows or MacOS? Well not really. One...
  16. How to Test for Fake Flash Memory

    Hard Drive Support
    Flash memory in this day and age is essential for mobile data storage. With the price competitiveness of the flash memory market and their applications in a wide range of mobile storage consumer electronics, many sellers resort to faked memory capacities to earn extra profit. From the China...
  17. Windows 8 Consumer Preview

    Windows XP Support
    For the Windows 8 fans among you, the Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available for download; click the link below to grab the download. Windows 8 Consumer Preview The download comes as an executable tool, which will also check your PC for compatibility. Standard ISO downloads are also...
  18. How to Backup the Windows Registry

    Windows XP Support
    In this video from GreenLightPC, I will be showing you two methods of backing up the windows registry; By creating a system restore point and by exporting the registry as a single .reg file via the windows registry editor, regedit.exe. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENFy8PfP6TM
  19. TSF Forum Browser

    Mac Support
    The TSF Forum Browser is a great little App that is very easy to use. The Forum Browser gives you the ability to be able to surf TSF with a nice simple browser. With the browser you are able to reply to threads, start new ones, etc. You can pretty much do everything through the App, that you...
  20. How To Add Multiple Clocks In Windows 7

    Windows XP Support
    This is a really quick and easy tutorial on how to add multiple clocks to Windows 7. There are many reasons why you would want to add more clocks to your system ranging from wanting to know what time your favourite TV Show is being aired somewhere else in the world in your time or what the...
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