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PaxProSe
5 hours ago

A friend of mine got a new Windows 8 laptop, which he then wanted to update to Windows 8.1. After the update, he only gets a black screen on boot. He can...

dvarian
14 hours ago

How do I start Windows 8 in safe mode?

Tags: safe mode, Windows 8 |
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mandril
2 days ago

There are lots of reports that Microsoft will reveal Windows 9 on 9/30/14. Any word on whether there will be a beta available to try out?

mandril
1 week ago

HP is going to release really inexpensive Windows 8 laptops in the $200 range soon. My past experiences with low-end Windows devices has been mixed at best...

Emily Smith
1 week ago

I want to hide my folders in my window 7, so that no one can access those folders. I wan to keep them secure, is their any simpler method by which I can...

1 Answer |
pwarren
1 week ago

How do I take a screenshot in Windows 8? Is it supported natively or do I need to install additional software?

4 Answers |
rtrembley
1 week ago

I keep getting error 8024800A when I try to update Windows 7. I'm not sure what's causing it, never had a problem before. Has anyone...

mandril
2 weeks ago

How much longer will it be before Windows 9 comes out? Windows 8 is ok as long as it’s running on a machine with a touch screen, but I really don’t like...

4 Answers |
PapaRiver
2 weeks ago

I was having some problems with installing the recent update for Windows 8.1, and read a suggestion that I perform a clean boot and try it again. Ok, but...

3 Answers |
cchecca
2 weeks ago

How can I change the language to Spanish (UI, dialog boxes, etc) for a Windows 7 laptop?

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