If you want to reinstall Windows 7 on your computer, you can now download the ISO disc image file from the Microsoft Software Recovery Center.
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Microsoft announced today that its discontinuing support for Facebook Chat and Google Chat in Outlook.com and pushing its users to start using Skype instead.
Windows 10 includes many new features, including long awaited ones like Virtual Desktops. While a bit limited, here’s how to use them and what to expect.
Windows 10 has killed the annoying charms bar, and sharing files is a different process through File Explorer, here’s a look at how it’s done in the new OS.
If your Xbox One is the center of your entertainment in your living room, sometimes you might want to stream music or video to it that’s on your PC.
Microsoft is continuing to promote its OneDrive cloud storage service and this time will give you 100 GB of free storage for two years just for signing up.
Windows 10 will let you schedule the exact time and day that works best for you to have your computer restart to finish installing the Windows updates.
When setting up a Xbox One, there’s things to do like signing in to services, entering game codes, etc. make it easier with a keyboard or SmartGlass.
Microsoft rolled out its technical preview of Windows 10 for phones last week. We installed it on a Lumia 635 and can show you the new features to expect.
Microsoft wants your feedback on Windows 10 for phones, and The easiest way to send feedback is to use the hardware keys: Power Button + Volume Down.
Microsoft today released the first beta of Windows Phone 10, and you can get in on the action. Here’s a look at what you need, which phones are supported.
Today is the big day we Windows Phone users have been waiting for. According to Gabe Aul’s Twitter post, Windows 10 Technical Preview is coming out at some point today.
Windows Phone’s with 512MB of RAM will support the upcoming Windows 10 preview. We still don’t know exactly which models, but this shows promise.
When purchasing a new Windows computer, it typically contains a lot of bloat or so-called “crapware.” Microsoft Signature Edition PCs don’t, here’s a look.