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…
Need to focus on a task without all those other open windows distracting you? On today’s Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to use CinemaDrape to close out everything except your most important task.
Long time no see. What? It’s past Ground Hog’s Day? Man, I feel like I’ve been buried in a hole. The reason is because I have been working non stop on a (w)hole redesign of our world renowned Full Tests. We are renaming the service, PC Pitstop OverDrive Beta. Our plan is to run the beta for as long as necessary to weed out any last bugs. The product has already undergone substantial testing, but it is not possible to foresee every situation without a formal and public beta period. Once that is over, our plan is to move our signature Full Tests to OverDrive. Vrooom!
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