Troubleshoot AppCrash iexplore.exe in Windows 7

The Windows 7 AppCrash iexplore.exe error is a serious pain in the neck. It is an error message that randomly occurs at different times that forces you to restart Windows. read more…

Ultimate Troubleshooting Guide for Windows 7/8/10 HomeGroup Connection Issues

Previously, I wrote an article on how to setup and configure a Windows HomeGroup . It’s a fairly straight-forward process and most people will not have issues getting it to. read more…

Use GParted to Manage Disk Partitions in Windows

Looking for a good partition manager for your Windows computer? One of the best programs out there is GParted . It’s open-source and supports just about every file system out. read more…

Use Small Icons on the Windows 7/8/10 Taskbar and Desktop

With a default installation of Windows 7/8/10, you may have noticed a couple of things immediately, such as the large desktop icons and the large taskbar! I’m personally not a. read more…

Use Spike to Cut and Paste Multiple Text Items in Word

There is a little known feature in word that allows you to gather groups of text and/or graphics from different locations in a Word document and then paste all of. 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…

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…

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…