Even though Microsoft is actively pushing Windows 10, its market share is still far behind Windows 7. Did Windows 10 flop? How did things get this way?
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If you don’t want to upgrade to Windows 10 but still want your Windows 7 to look like it, you can grab and install the Windows 10 theme for Windows 7. Here’s how.
If you prefer the look of the Windows 7 File Explorer and are using Windows 10, here’s how to make Windows 10 File Explorer look like Windows 7.
Did you know the Ease of Access Center in Windows lets you set an alert for all the Lock keys on your keyboard – including the Caps Lock key? Here’s how it works.
Microsoft recently announced the Convenience Rollup update for Windows 7 users. Here’s what you need to know about it and how to install it.
Tried Windows 10 and aren’t happy with it? If you’re looking to downgrade from Windows 10 to an earlier version, this tutorial will help you with that.
If you are happy with your current version of Windows and don’t want to upgrade, here is how you can easily transform your Windows machine into Windows 10.
On Windows, the Run command is used to directly open an application or document whose path is known. Here are 148 Run commands to help speed things up.
Windows XP has been a great OS, but it won’t be supported any more this coming April. Here is what you can do after Windows XP end of support by Microsoft.
Windows 8.1 is here. We’ll show you the basic process to upgrading to Windows 8.1, starting with Windows XP and all the way to Windows 8.1 Pro Preview.
The Windows Action Center is the place that monitor your system and keep it running smoothly. If you have seen a white flag showing up in the system tray, that is when the Windows Action Center is working in the background. This article show you how to make effective use of the Windows Action Center.
Windows lets users create, modify and even delete libraries, but for those who don’t know exactly how to go about it, it can be a confusing process. That’s where WinAero Librarian comes in handy and takes control of how you work with your Windows libraries.
Backing up allows you to recover and get yourself back into the swing of things smoothly and quickly. The key question is – which files, other than our personal data, should we back up to recover from a hard drive crash?
If you just bought a new PC, you will know that transferring data and settings from the old PC to the new machine can be a hassle. When you find yourself in this scenario, there’s one application that can answer your call to migrate data and files: Zinstall WinWin. We have a giveaway for this event. Read on for more detail.
There are tons of ways to optimize your Windows machine, and disabling the useless services is one of the easiest way to make sure your computer without additional overhead. In this article, we will show you how to manage and disable Windows services.
If you are having issue with your computer, check out this PC troubleshooting guide and find out what cause your PC to stop working and the possible solution to fix your PC.
The new Start Screen is the most visually interesting feature in Windows 8. While it has received a mixed response from the users, it is undoubtedly the highlight of the OS. If you are new to Windows 8 Start Screen, here is the ways to customize and make better use of it.
There are plenty of backup software for Windows, but if you are looking for a simpler native application, look no further than the File History tool that is natively available in all Windows 8 machine.