Tag: windows 7

4
Dec

The END is near for Windows XP

Are you still hanging onto Windows XP? If your business is like many across the country, Windows XP desktop computers are still widely used by the majority of your staff. Windows XP is perhaps Microsoft’s greatest success story. This legendary …

26
Nov

What the experts say about Windows 8

We stumbled across this article today in ZDNet on what the experts are saying about Windows 8. It is interesting to see what long time users are saying about Windows 8 and what features they love and the items they miss.  These are real life Windows 8 stories.  These 6 users are using Windows 8…

7
Nov

Windows 8 Upgrade: A Step by step guide

If you are planning to upgrade from the previous versions of Windows to the new Windows 8, this is the article you must read. Upgrading to Windows 8 is quite easy if you can follow some easy and simple tips. …

2
Nov

Revamped Windows 8 might be too fiddly for habituated users

The new look of Windows 8, which was revealed recently, has already raised a few eyebrows. It is without a doubt, one of the biggest renovations from Microsoft, which has shred most its popular features and functions. This move from …

16
Oct

Sneak Peek with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3

What is in upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 service pack 3? Microsoft officials recently announced that the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 is almost ready. They also mentioned their plan to release the new service pack 3 or SP3 by the first quarter of 2013 as well. Meanwhile, they had no problems in…

11
Oct

What business can expect with Windows 8

Windows 8 from Microsoft is without a doubt, a big gamble. The software giant finally released the Windows 8 to PC manufacturing on August 1, 2012, and the final build was also made available in TechNet or MSDN for download. People can instantly see a number of surprises in this new OS, both positive and…

4
Oct

Problems and solutions when you upgrade Windows 7

It’s critical to keep your Windows operating system updated in order to keep it running properly. There are thousands of threats, viruses and malware that can attack your computer through the Internet, a pen drive or any other medium. If you keep Windows 7 updated on a regular basis, you can easily avoid these. But…

3
Oct

Is your business ready for Internet Explorer 10

With the upcoming release of Windows 8, Internet Explorer is gearing up for one of its biggest updates yet. Internet Explorer 10 offers some interesting changes without changing so much that die-hard fans will feel lost. If you are unfamiliar with what the Windows 8 experience promises, the main difference is the “Metro UI” mode….

10
Aug

Simplified Windows 8 Printing: Desktop, Metro and RT

Guess what device is missing in Window’s Device Manager.  It’s a device we use with computers yet it’s not there.  It’s the printer.  Printers’ properties are not malleable enough to be mixed with other devices.  This shows in the accumulation of printer drivers.  The main types of Windows 8: Desktop, Metro and RT (Windows for…

9
Aug

Metro Signals Massive Changes With Windows 8

Windows is Microsoft’s main operating system and is currently one of the most popular platforms used by businesses and organisations all around the world. A large amount of press coverage has been trained on the upcoming release of Windows 8, which is expected to be available to the general public in late 2012. However, what…

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