Windows Updates has an irritating way of not working for Windows 7 or Windows 8. Here’s a look at how to fix it if it doesn’t work correctly like it should.
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CCleaner is a simple way to enable, disable, or completely remove startup entries. Follow along as I review the steps for Microsoft Windows.
Microsoft today rolled out a Rollup Package for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1, that includes all updates released since February 2011 to April 2015.
Windows allows you to set check boxes to select multiple items, which some users find annoying. If you’re not a fan of the boxes, here’s how to get rid of them.
The Send To menu comes up when you right-click a documents, photos, or other items and gives you options on where to send it. Here’s how to customize it.
Microsoft ends Windows 8.0 support today. It will no longer receive security updates and patches. Time to upgrade to 8.1 or Windows 10.
Piriform launched a new update to its popular CCleaner desktop app. The most notable new feature is the ability to uninstall Windows 10 universal apps.
When upgrading Windows 10, sometimes the process fails. Here are a few reasons why an upgrade might fail and what you can do to troubleshoot and fix them.
We covered the news of the upcoming Windows 8.1 RT Update 3 back in July, and it has come to fruition. Here’s a look and how to enable the Start menu on RT.
We already showed you how to upgrade your Windows 7 computer to Windows 10, now let’s take a look at going through the upgrade on Windows 8.1.
If you are one of the rare people who own a Windows RT device, and wondering if RT is getting an update this year, the answer is yes, and it even has a name.
Enjoy a blast from the past with Microsoft 3D Pinball Space Cadet. Here’s a quick tip on getting it downloaded and installed on Windows 7 and up.
Having a powerhouse laptop is great when working on demanding project. Battery life, however, can be a problem. Here are a few tips for getting more juice.
When was the last time you actually put your physical wastepaper bin on top of your desk — never? Why not do the same with the Recycle Bin in Windows?