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ITworld staff
3 days 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...

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JOiseau
6 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?

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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...

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mkat
2 weeks ago
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dvarian
2 weeks ago

How can I restart Windows 8 in safe mode?

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rhames
3 weeks ago

Anyone set up a VPN on Windows 8 yet?

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owen
4 weeks ago

When will Microsoft support for Windows 8 end? I’m wondering if we will see Windows 8 become the next Windows XP, used long after its “sell by date” simply...

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dvarian
4 weeks ago

I use a lock screen on my phone, but I don't need or want it on my PC at home. Windows 8 puts a lock screen up whether I want it or not...

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aiden
6 weeks ago

I am backing up my files using an inexpensive hard drive I picked up over the weekend using Windows 8 File History. I tested the drive...

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dthomas
6 weeks ago

It’s not a secret at this point that many people don't particularly like Windows 8. Honestly, I don’t think it is THAT bad, but it certainly is different...

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