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.
It is easy to lose time surfing the internet but this can be avoided, with Task Scheduler, available with Windows XP, Vista and 7 pre-installed. Successfully utilising this tool can lead to things such as popup windows at specific times telling you “Take chicken out of the oven” or “Pick up the kids”. You will… Continue reading How to make your Windows PC a useful schedule