Which OS is Your PC Using? With the latest exploit of a Windows vulnerability, it is important PC users know which operating system their Windows PC is using. To find out, you will want to open your Start menu, and access the search bar. Windows 10 PCs will have the search bar near the Start […]
The next generation of the Windows OS was recently introduced by Microsoft at the D9 conference….take a look.
By Bob Rankin
Windows 7 is the most stable version of the operating system to date. Still, it’s not unheard of to see the dreaded “Blue Screen of Death” suddenly pop up. It’s a serious warning of a major problem in your system and should not be ignored. Here’s what to do if you encounter the Blue Screen of Death on Windows 7…
Why does Microsoft release so many different versions of Windows? Depending on who you ask, you’ll likely receive a different answer. Here are my thoughts…
By Bill Pytlovany
Have you heard about Windows 7?
This week Microsoft is distributing the â€œRelease Candidateâ€ of Windows version 7. Iâ€™m sure youâ€™ll be reading about it all over the place. Blogs like Ed Bott Windows Expertise and Paul Thurotts Supersite provide information on all the new features complete with screen shots and setup advice. Naturally, I like to focus on the unusual and this week I picked out some of my favorite and not-so favorite features.
There is plenty of good new stuff in Windows 7. New desktop backgrounds, screen savers and animation effects really make Windows 7 a graphical experience. I tend to look for the not to obvious new features. Hereâ€™s one that really makes sense.