If you aren’t quite satisfied with the default manufacturer background that came with your Windows 8 Computer, or you’d just like to make a change, you’ll find out how you can do that – along with several other areas of customization, below!
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.
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.
Windows 8 offers a lot of features not found in previous versions of Windows. But for some users, especially those over 60, it can be intimidating. Many seniors are more used to the standard Windows formats where you can see all your files, shortcuts, and programs on the desktop. So, seeing a touchscreen keypad that… Continue reading Computing 101:Windows 8 Tips for Traditionalists
Some news source on the web has revealed that HP is preparing its future tablet that will demonstrate the future operating system of Microsoft Windows 8. This new tablet will be initially focused on the professional market. The Slate 8 will be featuring a large screen of 10.1 inches and x86 hardware(32 bit architecture), a… Continue reading HP Slate 8, tablet with Windows 8