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Cycle Through The Same App

There’s an easy shortcut if you’d like to cycle through windows of the same application. It’s especially useful in an app that doesn’t use tabs.

April, 2014. Seems like a long way off, doesn’t it? That’s the date that Microsoft will officially end support for Windows XP. If there are any security issues, driver revisions, or bug fixes that need to be made to XP after that point, too bad — Microsoft will have moved on by then. This will render XP unsafe and, eventually, unusable for the majority of PC users.

Install Windows 7 to a Netbook

Netbooks, being inexpensive laptops, don’t have optical drives. But sometimes you’d like to install Windows 7 to one. Here’s how you do that.

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.

How to Upgrade from XP to Windows 7 (Video)

Because Windows Vista was skipped over by many, the upgrade path of the average user often takes them from Windows XP to Windows 7. Find out how upgrading works in this interactive video.

Make a Windows Recovery CD

If your PC crashes and you don’t have your Windows disc, all is not lost. You can make a recovery disc from Windows Vista or Windows 7 using any blank disc.

If you’re heading to college in the near future but haven’t yet decided on a machine, Microsoft frequently runs Free Xbox 360 offers with the purchase of a new PC.

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.

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.

We go through the results of our last post which asked who is still using Windows XP and why. Some very interesting results!

Are you still using Windows XP? If so, why?

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.

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