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Driver Verifier is a free app included with Windows that lets you track down bad drivers that are causing a Blue Screen of Death.

A guide to using file compression

File compression on a PC comes in many formats. Find out what file compression does, and what each format means.

If you need additional assistance navigating Windows, that’s where Windows Accessibility Features comes in.

The APC_INDEX_MISMATCH Blue Screen of Death error is due to poorly written drivers. Learn how to get those drivers updated to their latest version.

Retrieving a Lost Wi-Fi Password

If you’ve lost the password to your Wi-Fi, all is not lost. Here are some methods for retrieving the password from the router.

Babylon Search Toolbar is installed with Babylon’s popular translation software, but it can be difficult to remove. Find out how.

Sometimes your PC will start up and check your hard drive for consistency. Find out what this means and how you can turn it off, if necessary.

Replacing your Laptop’s Battery

It’s important to choose only a manufacturer’s brand and to find the right kind of battery for your laptop. Here’s how.

The Best Free Antivirus Solutions

The three major free antivirus applications all perform more or less the same. The difference is in whether they’re annoying to use day to day. Here’s a comparison of the three.

Users of Internet Explorer versions 6 through 9 are at risk of a security breach. Find out more about the problem and how to fix it.

Everyone’s PC locks up sometime. Doesn’t matter if you’re using Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 — freezes happen.

Just like Captain America, you too can upgrade to a stronger, faster and better form: Windows XP to Windows 7.

Essential Tips for Windows XP Users

As you may recall, we ran an article recently about why we think you should stop using Windows XP and upgrade to Windows 7. Well, here’s the flipside of that argument.

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.

Top 5 Reasons Not to Use Windows XP

In the past, we’ve recommended Windows XP as a great choice for older PCs due to its light footprint and low system requirements. Well, here’s the flipside of that argument: five reasons why it’s not a good idea to use XP after all.

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