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Archive for the ‘File & Disk Management’ Category



Where Is This Cloud?

Saturday, March 8th, 2014

Just where is the cloud located and what exactly are they growing on server farms. Continue reading

Recover Deleted Files With PhotoRec

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

If you’ve accidentally deleted a file, there may still be hope. PhotoRec can help bring those files back. Continue reading

Learn more about Wine – a program that allows you to run Windows programs o Linux Ubuntu. Continue reading

Learn how to run Windows programs on Linux Ubuntu in our special 2-part series. Continue reading

Why Small Businesses Should Move To The Cloud

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Is the cloud the best choice for small businesses and organizations? A look at how off-site services can save money. Continue reading

New Folder Options Missing In Windows 7

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Missing the new folder option in Windows 7? Learn how to get it back. Continue reading

How to Access and Manage Files Your iPad

Monday, February 17th, 2014

How do you find a file on an iPad? It’s a lot different that what you’re used to on a computer. We guide you the process. Continue reading

Learn how access and manage files on your Android tablet. It’s a little different from using a traditional computer, but our step-by-step tutorial makes it simple. Continue reading

The copy and paste function in Lore’s Outlook isn’t working. We help troubleshoot. Continue reading

What’s the difference between a server and a router? George wants to know. We break it all down and explain why a home server might be a good option. Continue reading

How does a free alternative to Windows XP sound? With Microsoft pulling support, now’s the time to think about switching from Wndos to Linux. Continue reading

End Of XP Angst

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

The debate over the end of XP goes on. Why some people won’t switch and why they should. Continue reading

Helen’s doctor’s office is still using Windows XP and she’s wondering if she should say something about the security concerns. Continue reading

Will Reformatting Kill A Virus?

Sunday, January 26th, 2014

Reformatting your hard drive will remove a virus from your system, but there are also some less radical solutions. Continue reading

Always Show Thumbnails

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

Learn how to make files display with thumbnails of the photos inside. Continue reading

End Of XP: New Computer Is Too Expensive

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

Eleanor knows it’s time to upgrade from XP, but can’t afford a new computer. What are her options? Continue reading

How Do I Change Icons in Windows 7?

Monday, January 20th, 2014

Learn how to change icons on your desktop in Windows 7. Continue reading

Joyce wants to know if she can copy her files from XP to Windows 7. Continue reading

In part 8 of our Control Panel Tree series we look at east of access settings. Continue reading

The cloud vs. storing data locally – what you need to consider before making a choice. Continue reading

Stop Scaring People About XP!

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Luca says it’s time to stop scaring people about XP. We explain why we’re sounding the warning bells. Continue reading

In part 7 of our special Control Panel Tree series we look at clock, language and region settings. Continue reading

In part 6 of our Computer Tree series, we look at appearance and personalization. Continue reading

Why Can’t I Eject My USB Device?

Thursday, December 26th, 2013

Find out why your USB drives can’t be safely removed and how to fix the problem. Continue reading

Object Error In Internet Explorer

Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

John keeps getting an object error in Internet Explorer. We check out possible causes and solutions. Continue reading

Part of five of our special Computer Tree series continues with User Accounts & Family Safety Continue reading

Need to decompress files? B1 Online Archiver supports over 40 different formats, including popular formats such as ZIP, TAR and RAR and best if all, it’s free. Continue reading

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