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Steve from Oklahoma writes:
“It appears all the questions revolve around people going back to Windows 7. If 8 and 8.1 are so great, why are so many people wanting to go back to, or stay with, 7?”
Well, Steve from Oklahoma, you’ve asked the million dollar question. Although, in my experience, there are far more questions concerning staying with XP than
Roseann from Mebourne, Austrailia writes:
“Hi Steve. I’m writing from Melbourne Australia. I’m using (please don’t laugh) Vista Premium, which I have for the last 5 years. It has never given me any trouble up to now. I have been told that this is rare. My problem relates to the E: drive. It is present in My Computer. When I right click in this
NOTES have disappeared entirely from my iPhone — the icon AND the (some important) info which I had put there for “safe keeping” and “future reference”! Can it be retrieved?
The good news is that you can’t delete Notes from your phone. You may have accidentally moved it to another page as we explained in a previous article.
Beverly from Taunton MA writes:
I have an ASUS CM5570 that is 4 years old as of Aug 9. It came with VISTA and a Win 7 Home Premium upgrade. I then purchased Win 7 Ultimate. Now I have all of them aboard under Windows, Windows old, Windows old.000 and windows old .oo1. Could I remove any of them because my HD is 3/4 full
4 great extensions for Thunderbird e-mail that make your life much easier. Continue reading