Introducing an Easier Upgrade The new, streamlined Microsoft business model created enormous success for the Windows 10 operating system. Long a first choice for entrepreneurs, Windows now fills screens in millions of office buildings, homes and classrooms around the world. This popularity contributed to public interest in the upgrading process. People wondered whether they could get Windows 10… Continue reading Upgrade to Windows 10: It Just Became Easier
Everyone creates and shares files and documents, everyone uses email, and everyone struggles to manage the excessive amounts of data flooding into our lives every day. The Findwise Findability Survey 2014 found that time wasted searching and dealing with documents cost organizations more than 20% of their total productivity, and almost $20,000 per employee per… Continue reading Lookeen Desktop Search – How to save time through better search
In a startling revelation, Terry Myerson, who runs Microsoft's operating systems unit, announced that all users of Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 will get a free upgrade to Windows 10. This also includes everyone who are, either knowingly or unknowingly, running a non-genuine version of Windows! This seems to be Microsoft's plan to battle pirates… Continue reading Free upgrade to Windows 10 for all users
I purchased a Dell laptop in early 2010 and getting drivers from Dell for laptops that old is impossible. On the bright side, there are other laptop manufacturers, like Gateway, who have maintained up to date drivers. I upgraded to Windows 8 around a month back and as part of the process, I had to uninstall my incompatible touchpad drivers.
A month back we told you how to get hold of Windows 8 Media Center for your Windows 8 PC for free. And it seems like pirates have used this method to find a workaround in the Windows activation program Using this method, you can now simply activate your copy of Windows 8! Below is screenshot of my Windows 8 Pro with Media Center edition which I purchased last month.
Windows 8 Release preview is already available and if you've decided to give it a shot, you'll notice the big changes to Windows 8 over Windows 7. In line with the Windows 8 release, Microsoft, yesterday, unveiled a range of new mice and keyboards that are ready to work with Windows 8. It doesn't mean your existing mouse and keyboard will stop working, but, the new series is specially designed to get the most of Windows 8.