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Joli OS – A Great Alternative to Windows

If you’ve got a PC that’s ten years old or more, Windows Vista or 7 won’t run on it, and Windows XP just isn’t a modern operating system. Luckily, there’s an alternative OS out there designed for really old PCs, netbooks, student PCs, and so on.

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.

Try Out Windows 8

Windows 8 is the latest thing from Microsoft. There’s a developer preview out that you can use to test out this new OS before buying it.

What Happens When My PC Starts Up?

Here now is the first in a series of ReviverSoft Comics, answering the burning question: What actually goes on inside your PC after you push the power button?

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.

There are six facts we know about Windows 8 at the present time, and here they are. Hopefully, this helps you decide whether or not you want to purchase it.

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.

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.

In today’s blog post we would like to get some contribution from you, the reader. We are conducting a survey, and in order for you to get involved, we would like you to leave a comment below in the comments section. We will be picking three random contributors who leave comments, and those people will receive a free license code to the ReviverSoft product of their choice!

How to Buy RAM for your PC

It’s important to know what RAM, or memory, is all about, and how to find out what type and how much RAM you’ve got in your PC. Here’s a guide for that.

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