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alisarocha
18 hours ago

Actually I want to hide my folders with a password in my window 7, so that no one will be able to access it. And also I don't want any complicated and...

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jluppino
1 week 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 |
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becker
1 week ago
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I need to buy a few dozen tablets for running survey software which only works on Windows. Is there any way to run Windows XP or Windows...

Tags: android, tablet, windows |
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mandril
1 week 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...

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mbiaggi
1 week ago

I think making changes to the registry is asking for trouble in most cases. Sure, it can be done, but I view registry cleaners as more of a cause of...

mbiaggi
1 week ago

I think making changes to the registry is asking for trouble in most cases. Sure, it can be done, but I view registry cleaners as more of a cause of...

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...

hasn
4 weeks ago

Please assist to enable spelling auto correct option in outlook,

Tried doing it in mail settings, but it has been disabled by default

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catamount
4 weeks ago

Not that I have anything in particular to hide, but since the Snowden revelations about how widespread government surveillance and overreach has become, I...

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Microsoft seems on the brink of announcing a major enhancement to its operating system lines, namely merging them into a single OS that could bring big benefits for corporate users.
Financial results are oh-so boring, but Microsoft's latest quarterly results hid a surprising number of juicy tidbits
Google last week said that it was finally ditching a 30-year-old technology to display fonts on Web pages in its Chrome browser for Windows.
Google engineers have begun working on a fix for a months-old Chrome bug that drains Windows' laptop batteries, a move triggered by a story on Forbes' website.
It could take Microsoft a year to lay off the 18,000 workers it plans to cut, a drawn-out morale-busting process criticized by both labor experts and industry analysts.
Microsoft's future will be less devoted to its Windows operating system as it continues to push into mobile and cloud services, CEO Satya Nadella said, using his keynote speech at the Worldwide Partner Conference to talk about where the company is headed.
Tablets may be all the rage, but there's a significant turf war brewing in the U.S. PC market. Between January and May, Chromebook sales to U.S. businesses and other large institutions rose by more than 250 percent compared to the same time last year, according to a new report from market research firm NPD Group.
But Wzor acknowledges that the case prompted move to go underground and break off communication with sources.
Windows 8's uptake stumbled last month, and the perception-plagued operating system flirted with falling behind the tempo of the Windows Vista flop of seven years ago.
Businesses that waited until the last minute to abandon Windows XP are now helping to flatten out the nosedive that saw PC sales drop off nearly 10% last year, Gartner says.
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