Microsoft Answers lives here.. http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/categories Windows Live, XP, Vista, 7 and Microsoft Security Essentials are covered now, and I am presuming that the list will encompass other Microsoft products before too long..
During the last week of October, there are going to be many computer users upgrading their systems. I wonder how they will all work out? If it is buggy now.. It still will be after an ‘in place’ upgrade, so you need to do a bit of work before you start. Back up your data… Continue reading How to avoid the snakes..
If you don’t know what a ‘Sticky’ is, you should maybe click on this link: http://www.zhornsoftware.co.uk/stickies/ OK, having read the blurb, you will now be aware of how useful ‘Stickies’ can be. I use them for sending info to other computers, an example being mail settings if I am setting up an existing mail account… Continue reading Sticky networking
Ever since switching from XP to Vista, I have had problems maintaining a local network. It set up without issue, but after a short period, one could guarantee that Vista would lose sight of any computer within the network. Sometimes, even the XP machines would lose sight of each other, but less frequently. At the… Continue reading Win 7/Vista/XP networking – a possible solution
I have been using Win 7 since it was released to techs and, apart from the substantial annoyance of no classic menu, it is very much the same experience as using Vista, XP, W2K, ME, 98, 95, 3.1, 3.0. What I am trying to say is that it is just an operating system. I don’t… Continue reading Windows 7 – It works..
Apologies for the gap in transmission. Like some early OEM Vista installations, I have been working but maybe not as well as expectations. In fact, at one point, I screwed everything up so bad to the point where I was considering starting over. Messing with start menus should only be attempted when firing on all… Continue reading Classic menu revisited – Part Two