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How to Use Windows Update (Video Guide)

In this interactive video, learn about Windows Update and how you use it to keep Windows on the newest version. This video works for all versions of Windows.

A Restore Point is a saved state in Windows XP, Vista or 7. Think of it like a “save” in your favorite video game. A Restore Point records the current versions of all your drivers and programs, which programs are installed and not installed, the current update of Windows, the specific Windows settings, and so on.

We did a recent poll on Facebook where we asked you what you did with your PC when done with it. Out of 25 responses, eight people said they put their PC in Sleep Mode. Two people said they Hibernated it. And the majority, 14 people, said they shut it down completely.

It’s been almost two years since the release of Windows 7. So how widespread is Windows 7, what is it doing for businesses that adopt it, and how has it grown compared to other OSes? Check out this new infographic for more on this fascinating subject.

Improve Productivity with 9 Free Apps!

Productivity apps are important for optimizing your life, rather than your PC. This set of nine productivity apps will help you do just that, and they’re free. Check them out.

A Finely Tuned Machine [Infographic]

Learn about PC maintenance and safe computing to ensure your machine is finely tuned.

It’s important to not only know how to remove programs from Windows Startup, but also which programs to remove. We run down the most important candidates.

Optimizing Windows 7

There are a lot of ways to speed up Windows 7, especially if you have a PC that’s three or more years old. Find out how to optimize Windows 7 on your machine in this interactive video.

There is no doubt, Windows 7 is a substantially better Operating System than Windows Vista and Windows XP, but it is not without it’s peculiarities. We have prepared an infographic listing the most common issues people have with Windows 7 and the most popular solutions for them. Some of these solutions are more technical and some are quick and simple.

Uninstalling Applications

There’s a good chance you have applications on your PC that you no longer need or want. Learn how to uninstall unnecessary applications in this clickable, interactive video.

Here’s a step-by-step method from downgrading from Windows 7 to Windows XP. If you’d really like XP back, here’s how you do it.

Dell offers Free Upgrade to Windows 7

Great news! Dell offers their customer a free upgrade to Windows 7.

With all the hype today about Windows 7, a lot of the focus is on the new features that are available in the new operating system, along with the performance updates.

Should I Upgrade to Windows 7 on my PC?

After all the drama of the Windows Vista launch in January 2007, most people are skeptical of if they should upgrade from Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7.  With a price tag ranging between $120 and $220 USD, the skepticism is for good reason. So, should you make the jump?

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