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XP Share Dips Below 25%
Windows XP can still be found on just under 25% of computers accessing the Internet, according to NetMarketShare. That’s down from just under 40% in July of 2013.
Security support for the XP ended back in April and users have been slow to let go. Windows 7 is the most popular operating system, found on 51% of
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Tony from New York City writes: I use a desktop computer with OS Vista and IE 9. On some websites, I am told that I am using an out dated browser. I am using the latest browser for Vista. Do you know why I am getting this message and what can I do about it? One site in particular, AMC, does not even let me use at all because it says my browser is too old! Continue reading
Richard from Illinois asks:
Can you tell me the significance of the folder “everywhere” found under “owner – search” in the folder ladder diagram. I show 5000 items that consist of deleted e-mails,copies of still active files, and what appears to be programs. what is it for and can & should it be cleaned out?