With the end of Vista supports, what’s the best plan for keeping your PC safe. Continue reading
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
Marissa of Tallahassee, Florida writes:
I typed up some things for a project today, and had to look up a lot of things that were stored on my computer. This may not be something it’s possible to do, but is there any way to go back to searches without having to
Receiving a buffer overflow (also known as a buffer overrun) error may not seem that dangerous, but it’s a serious security risk. A direct result of bad programming, buffer overflow errors occur when too much data is stored in a space designed for less.
Think of it this way. If you pour a large jug of water into a small glass, the excess water will spill… Continue reading
How to Enable or Disable the Hibernation Option in Windows 7
You may already know that Windows has a useful “Hibernate” option along with Shutdown, Restart and the Sleep mode. The Hibernate feature is especially useful when you want to save the current state of your operating system and do not want to restart, or shut down the computer.
For example… Continue reading
Juan, from Albuquerque NM asks:
I like to perform monthly maintenance on my PCs and I’d like some advice from you regarding getting this task done? I’m using windows Vista and 7. I already clear temp files, cookies, and other basic items.
Juan, maintaining your computer is like maintaining a car. The more you look after it, the better it will run… Continue reading
In Windows 7, when using the Snipping tool, (one of the greatest features of Win 7), I can copy the snippet OK and place it in MS Word, but I cannot place the object right or center nor can I text wrap around the object. Any ideas?
Back in the days before the introduction of Windows 7 and Vista, if you wanted to take a picture… Continue reading