XP will officially be dead to consumers on April 8th. As a consumer you have some choices to make if your still running the 13 year old operating system.
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If your plan is to move to a Chromebook after XP support ends, you’ll want to bring your favorite bookmarks with you. Here’s how to transfer them easily.
It’s annoying when you put your computer to sleep before bed, and when you wake up, it turns out the system was running all night. Here’s how to fix it.
Whether it’s a full OS upgrade, like in the case of Windows 7 to 8.1, or just a Service Pack update in Windows 7, there’s hard drive space you can reclaim.
Microsoft launched its rebranded cloud service, formerly called SkyDrive, and now called OneDrive. Here’s how to make sure you have it on your device.
Windows 8 keeps trucking along, and the next big change will be in the form of what Microsoft calls Update 1. It makes the modern UI easier to use with a mouse and keyboard.
SkyDrive is integrated into Windows 8.1 and is the default location to save your documents. But if you use a different cloud service you can ditch SkyDrive.
Microsoft is ending XP support this year on April 8th. Time to move to a modern version of the OS. Before you do, make sure to gather your software codes.
If you have a shared Windows computer, users can be crafty and will try to install software from CDs or DVDs, here’s how to prevent them from doing it.
Skype is starting to roll out new ads across the Windows platform. The ads appear at the top of the messaging screen. Here’s how to remove the annoyance.
Tweaking Windows 8.1 can be daunting, especially if this is your first introduction to the modern interface. Here’s a free tool that makes it all easier.
Microsoft announced that it would be changing the name of SkyDrive last year due to a trademark dispute. Today the new name was announced: OneDrive.
Microsoft has made the Start screen easier to manage with new resizable tiles, group naming and more. But if you need to back up and restore it, here’s how.
Microsoft Office 2013 has a cool feature which allows you to install additional Bing apps that provide additional functionality while creating documents.