Top 10 Differences between Windows XP and Windows 7

If you skipped over Windows Vista like so many others have, you may be in for a shock when you upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7. Microsoft’s newest operating. read more…

Create a Command Prompt Shortcut with Admin Rights in Windows

When you run a command prompt in Windows, it runs in user mode by default and does not have any administrator rights. If you need to execute commands as administrator. read more…

Why Does 64-bit Windows Need Two Program Files Folders?

Although Windows XP did have a 64-bit version, it wasn’t until Microsoft released Windows Vista that consumers really had to make a decision of whether to buy the 32 or. read more…

CPU Processor Comparison – Intel Core i7 vs. i5 vs. i3 – Part 2

This is part two in our Intel Core processor comparison. Check out Part I of the Intel i-series CPU Comparison . Here, we will be breaking down the top of. read more…

CD or DVD Drive Won’t Eject or Open?

In the past, we have written several posts on how to burn DVD’s , how to burn Windows 7/8/10 discs , and even some stuff on Blu-ray discs . However,. read more…

Where is the Sidebar in Windows 7?

Some people loved it and some people hated it. Wherever you land on that spectrum, Microsoft introduced us to the Sidebar in Windows Vista. However, many users who upgraded to. read more…

Windows 7 Version Comparison – Home, Professional, Ultimate

Trying to decide which version of Windows 7 you should get: Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate? It basically depends on your needs and what you are going to be using. read more…

Run VirtualBox from a USB Drive

Running out of hard disk space because of the virtual machines you created for running other operating systems? There is a solution that does not require increasing your internal hard. read more…

Disable Aero Snap/Snap Assist in Windows 7/8/10

Starting with Windows 7, Microsoft added Aero Snap, a part of the Aero Desktop experience not found in Windows Vista’s Aero Desktop. With Aero Snap, users can drag any window. read more…

Easily Add Programs to Windows 7 Startup Folders

Starting with Windows 95, Microsoft made adding programs to the startup folder as easy as navigating to the folder in Windows Explorer and dragging shortcuts or programs directly into it.. read more…