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TravisT
6 days ago

How can I make sure TRIM is working after I install a new SSD on a Windows 7 PC that came with a HDD (will be reinstalling Windows 7)?

Tags: SSD, TRIM, Windows 7 |
1 Answer |
jluppino
6 days ago

My nephew was playing around with my laptop, and now my desktop is blank except for the start button on the lower right. I'm sure I'll...

Tags: Desktop, icons, Windows 7 |
5 Answers |
TheCount
1 week ago

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will enter Extended Support status in January 2015. How will this affect Windows 7 users? Will there be any changes...

dbrown
2 weeks ago

I’m not very familiar with OS X, and after setting up a network with a Windows 7 PCs and a Mac, the Mac doesn’t see the PC. When I look in the finder bar on...

Tags: mac, OS X, Windows 7 |
2 Answers |
nchristine
2 weeks ago

When I try to read email messages using iCloud on my laptop and attempt to scroll down in the preview pane, it just keeps scrolling back up. Strange and...

PaxProSe
6 weeks ago

Is there a way I can use the display on my laptop for a second screen with my Windows 7 desktop?

bralphye
6 weeks ago

When should hibernate be used instead of sleep on a PC, a Windows 7 laptop in my case? What's the difference between the two choices?

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merry
7 weeks ago
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Tags: Windows 7 |
4 Answers |
zeeman
8 weeks ago

When connecting my personal laptop, which is running Windows 7, to my office’s wireless network I keep getting a “limited connectivity error”. I can connect...

jackson
9 weeks ago

My laptop was running slow so I opened task manager to see what was hogging resource, and I have multiple “svchost.exe” processes running at the same time....

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