A stock Windows 7 installation a fairly pleasant place to work, judging from our readers' reports. Even so, a little tweaking of its behavior, looks, and other features lets you optimize and personalize that desktop. Check out these five great tools for doing so. God Mode (Windows, Free) The "God Mode" in Windows 7 isn't… Continue reading Customise and Personalise My Windows
If you are like me, you still enjoy your dual core processor in this technologically advanced age of i-Core processors. Numerous games are asking for so much recommended power yet, they mostly can scratch the surface with just a few tweaks in the graphics settings. You can play most latest games such as Watch_Dogs, FIFA 15 , Dying Light among others… Continue reading Play Most Latest Games without Lag
As the year comes to a close one thing that will come to mind is upgrade or downgrade software and/or hardware. An upgrade is a new version of a software or hardware product designed to replace an older version of the same product. Typically, software companies sell upgrades at a discount to prevent users from… Continue reading Why not to upgrade or update?
One area where Microsoft hasn't lost its dominance is the PC. Over 95% of the world's consumer and enterprise PCs run Windows in one form or another. The trouble for Microsoft, however, is that the influence this bought them in the early 2000s has dwindled as more and more consumers and businesses move towards handheld… Continue reading Windows 8.1 fixes for common problems
There are several reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 apart from it just being the best yet from Microsoft. This is a combination of Windows 7 and 8, if you have used the two UI (User Interfaces). This will be like adding mustard to a hot-dog. It is the icing on the cake for Metro UI… Continue reading Why You Might be Extinct by Windows?
It has been ages since I made a post on here. Sorry about that, but I will get into the details over the weekend. It seems like just yesterday Windows 8.1 was released, 12 months after the initial release of Windows 8 RTM itself. Yesterday, Microsoft made Windows 8.1 Update 1 available to MSDN Subscriber Downloads for persons testing Microsoft technologies. I decided to bite the bullet early and give it an early spin before it officially reaches the general public on April 8th 2014 through Windows Update.
After seven months of using Windows 8.1 full time at work, I have come to accept and appreciate Microsoft’s ever evolving Windows client, gaining new features and functionality, not to mention stability at a rapid pace. Windows 8 is now a dramatically different experience from what was initially released in October 2012. With 8.1, I immediately took advantage of the desktop enhancements…
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Dual booting Windows and Ubuntu has been a peril to most of friends for a long time. Probably why Ubuntu (and other Linux distributions) have provided a simple option during installation: "Install alongside Windows #." How do you even get there? Here is a simple guide of installing Ubuntu 14 on Windows 7. Not tested… Continue reading How To Dual Boot or Install Ubuntu on Windows