Forget Wolverine, clearly there is nothing more difficult to kill than Windows XP. Having finally ditched support for...
May 27 2014, 8:13am CDT
Source: The Business Insider
Think back to the early 1990s, and the computer you used in class or at work probably looks drastically different than the laptop you're using today. We've come a long way from the aging, chunky monitors we used to play "The Oregon Trail" in elementary school. And, as computers have become slimmer and more sleek, so has the software that goes along with it. Here's a look at how Windows has changed throughout the years. Windows 1.0 (1985) Windows 1.0 was officially re ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
6 days ago, 1:13pm CDT
The update comes with bug fixes and improved battery life
May 15 2014, 12:52pm CDT
Rapidly access Windows Firewall settings, create rules for each installed program (allow or deny network access) and select the filtering profile (read ...
Full article at: Softpedia
1 week ago, 1:18am CDT
WindowsX has released Windows 8 UX Pack 9.0 and Windows 8 Transformation Pack 9.0, new builds for its Windows skinning tools.
Each tool allows users to emulate the newer Windows 8.1 user interface on PCs running older versions of Windows -- the UX Pack works with Windows 7 or later, the Transformation Pack works with Vista and XP also.
Two changes of note have been applied to both UX Pack 9.0 and Transformation ...
Full article at: BetaNews
Jul 15 2014, 7:57am CDT
Microsoft's Biggest Hits And Flops In a perfect example of terrible timing, Microsoft has published its biannual...
May 12 2014, 10:01am CDT
Microsoft's next-generation Windows 8 desktop and tablet platform has been something of a mess thus far. Traction is finally picking up now that Windows XP is no longer supported and Windows 8.1 has been released along with some much-needed refinements, but Windows 8 has hardly been the boost PC vendors were hoping for. Consumers and enterprise users have a long list of common complaints, and Microsoft seems to be doing a good job of ...
Full article at: BGR
Jul 14 2014, 12:16pm CDT
Source: CBS San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— Microsoft says it will end support for several of its products including Windows 7. Consumers are wondering if there will be a new operating system before then.
Back in April we talked about how Microsoft would end support for Windows XP. Really this just goes to show that every product has a lifecycle. Microsoft has a web page (it’s a little obscure) where they list the lifecycle of all their products.
Full article at: CBS San Francisco
Jul 8 2014, 8:39pm CDT
The much wanted Start menu is coming to the second update to Windows 8.1
Apr 25 2014, 3:49am CDT