If you’re asking yourself this question, you’re in a group composed of millions. Every day more people are added to the list, and yet even more money is wasted paying professional ‘recovery’ experts to retrieve data from those crashed hard drives.
One of the most controversial updates in Windows 8, is the dreaded Start Screen, which replaced the beloved Start Menu. Instead of a sleek corner menu to access your most used programs, you are instead presented with a full screen and large icons.
Windows 7 is a fantastic operating system. One thing that many people can’t be bothered with or don’t have time for is adding a ‘personal’ touch. Here are five tips to make you happier and feel more comfortable with your Windows 7 PC.
You have bought new computers running on Windows 8. But you are not interested in having your employees hurdle the learning curve associated with the new tile-based interface. All you want is to have the machines run on good old reliable Windows 7.
If you’ve ever thought you could uninstall a program from your Windows 7 PC by deleting the icon from the home screen, you’re not the first one to make that mistake. Every tech support representative has gotten that call at least once.