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Why You Should Upgrade To Windows 7

July 22, 2010


If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past two years, you probably have a faint idea of what Windows 7 is. If you’re part of the 70% demographic that uses Windows XP, then you’ve probably held back from Vista with good reason, and probably don’t know why you’d even want to switch […]

Windows Phone 7 Review

July 21, 2010


It’s come a long way, hasn’t it? Well, in some respects, no. In fact, Windows phone 7 only started development 2 years ago, not so long of a development for an entire OS, even more so if you consider that Windows phone 7 is a complete departure from *shudder* Windows Mobile 6.5, a platform long […]

How To Remove The Windows Genuine Advantage Popups In Windows XP

June 26, 2010


If you have ever downloaded an invalid or pirated version of Windows XP, you may have encountered the “Windows Genuine Advantage” notifications at some point. These consist of popups, notifications, and permanent desktop spashscreens that try to convince you to buy the full copy of Windows, but most people regard them as simply annoying. But, […]

Halo: Reach Preview Rocks E3 2010

June 23, 2010


I’ve always been a Halo fan. I’ve actually been playing since way back in the Combat Evolved days, and I can say that although Halo has changed a lot over the years, it still has the same recurring element: awesomeness! Halo: Reach, which is the next game after ODST, seems to still follow that same […]

Behind The Hype: Xbox 360 Slim

June 22, 2010


Just at last week’s E3 conference, Microsoft put on quite a show. Along with epic previews of much anticipated titles (like Halo: Reach), they also announced their new iteration of the great Xbox 360. So what’s so great about this new 360? Well, to start, it’s not a new 360. Well, at least not what […]

How To Partition Your Hard Drive In Windows 7

June 9, 2010


Partitioning basically means “splitting” or “grouping” or “separating”. When you partition your hard drive, you are breaking your hard drive into separate, differently sized chunks that the system sees as separate hard drives, even though they aren’t. So, how do you partition you hard drive? Well, if you are running Windows XP or below, you will have […]

How To Recover A Lost Password On Windows XP

January 25, 2010


Did you recently forget your Windows password? Frustrated because you can’t log on? Some password recovery programs can cost up to $50– and it’s pretty hard to download free tools without a working computer! Well, here’s a free way to reset your Windows password without shelling out money for useless software! The trick is to use […]