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rcook12
23 hours ago

Are there any significant changes to Windows Phone with 8.1, or is it just an incremental update like Android 4.4.3?

ITworld staff
1 day ago

Windows Update always gets stuck at 13%, fails to install updates or rolls back on the next reboot.

This is one of 12 of the...

Tags: Windows 8 |
3 Answers |
JOiseau
3 days ago

I know that I will probably give myself a “dope slap” to the forehead when I learn how to do this, but I’m still new to Windows 8. How do I switch users?

Tags: Windows 8 |
2 Answers |
itstupid
3 days ago

Hey, i am an IT ignorant and don't know much of the stuff about computers. i got a brand new samsung laptop which came with windows 8 preloaded, an...

2 Answers |
stephenb
1 week ago

Would it cause any problems using unmatched RAM in a laptop (assuming both RAM modules are compatible with the laptop)? I currently have 4GB (2 x 4GB) in a...

Tags: RAM, Windows 8 |
2 Answers |
Sankar Rajan
1 week ago

I brought a sony vaio with pre-installed windows 8.I dont have product key.how can I find the product key in my Lap,otherwise any other way to update to...

Tags: Windows 8.1 |
1 Answer |
dvarian
2 weeks ago

How can I restart Windows 8 in safe mode?

Tags: safe mode, Windows 8 |
4 Answers |
mandril
2 weeks ago

I have an old but reliable Compaq CQ60 laptop running Windows 7 with 2GB of RAM. It’s fine for what I use it for, but sometimes it gets really laggy and...

Tags: RAM, Windows 7 |
2 Answers |
SilverHawk
2 weeks ago

When looking at the resource monitor on my Windows 7 PC, I see a lot of “hard faults/sec.” What is causing this and is it something to be concerned about?...

SilverHawk
2 weeks ago

My Windows 7 laptop is getting a little old, but it still has some life left in it. It was never all that fast to boot up, but it’s...

Tags: boot time, Windows 7 |
4 Answers |
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