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When you delete a file or folder from Windows, only the link to the data is destroyed. There is a chance that the actual data is lying somewhere on the disk, so here are some easy ways to permanently delete files and folders from your computer. Continue reading
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I’ve noticed there are different versions (N,K,KN) of Windows XP Pro and Windows 7 Pro & Enterprise. What are they and what version do we get in the usual OEM Windows pre-installed on computers?
Windows N, K, and KN: Microsoft Special Editions?
If you’ve browsed the Windows Operating