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Windows XP may be dead, but it’s not yet gone. Over 27% of computers connected to the Internet still run Windows XP. Here’s exactly what “end of support” means for Windows XP systems.
Windows XP mode is restricted to Professional versions of Windows 7. But there’s a way to get Windows XP Mode running on Windows 8 anyway. All you need is a computer running Windows 8.
Services like UnoDNS and Unblock-Us aren’t just for your computer. They’ll work on smartphones, tablets, and even game consoles.
You should be upgrading from Windows XP, but we have to face facts — many people won’t upgrade before the end-of-support date. If you’re still using one of those XP computers, the best thing you can do is ditch Internet Explorer for a more modern browser. This is the main thing you can do to […]
Nearly 30% of computers are still running Windows XP. It was a stable and reliable system for years, but all good things come to an end. Almost no good reasons to keep using Windows XP remain.
Are you looking for easy ways to migrate your personal data from Windows XP to a modern operating system? It’s long past time to upgrade from Windows XP and we have got you covered.
Whether you’re rooting an Android phones or jailbreaking an iPhone, you’re removing the restrictions the manufacturer or cellular carrier placed on the device you own – but is it legal?
PDFs can be very large. If you ever need to compress a PDF file to email or upload it somewhere, you have multiple options. This article offers a summary.
System cleaning tools and utility suites aren’t just for Windows PCs. But what do these tools do, exactly? And should you use them?
Did the installer refuse to run, report an error code, say it’s unable to write to a folder, or fail silently. We help you troubleshoot and fix the problem.
The last thing you want on a touch-enabled Windows 8 device is a desktop browser that’s poorly designed for touch screens. Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome all have modern interfaces optimized for touch input.
Everyone is talking about smartwatches and other wearables as “the next big thing.” So, should you buy a smartwatch today, or wait for the smartwatches to come?
Wi-Fi problems can be obnoxious, but most can be fixed without a degree in computer networking. Your Windows 8 wireless Internet connection can be shared via cellular data, Ethernet, or even another Wi-Fi connection.
Windows 8.1 security and privacy features include anti-malware, automatic device encryption, or built-in fingerprint reader support. We show you how to make your touch-first tablet, traditional PC, or other Windows 8.1 device more secure.
You can use Apple’s iCloud for email and contacts on your iPad, but there’s a good chance you already use Gmail and Google Calendar.