Guide to Windows PC

windowsWindows is the most popular desktop OS in the world. There are many versions of Windows in use including XP, Vista and the latest, Windows 7. In this guide you will find everything you need to know about the Windows OS: How to install Windows 7, Vista or XP, how to upgrade to Windows 7, how to remove Windows from your PC etc.

We also have guides, tips and tricks on how to speed up your PC performance and where to find the best apps, games and antiviruses. We have solutions for every error and tutorials which explain how you can protect your Windows PC. Using this guide, you can also find troubleshooting information for your Windows PC and learn how to dual boot Windows with other OSes like Linux and Mac OS X.

Latest Articles on Windows
The Future Is Nearly Here: A Look at Microsoft's Windows Holographic Shell

Microsoft announced the Windows Holographic Shell would be released to Windows 10 computers next year. What is it and is it time to get excited? Read on to find out....

Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts – New Ways to Save Time

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft has implemented some new keyboard shortcuts to make your life easier and improve your access to some of Windows 10’s new features. Read...

Windows 10 and Convertible Laptops –Better than Windows 8?

Windows 8 was built for touch devices. Mice and keyboards worked, but the implementation was so poor that for Microsoft’s next Windows release they skipped right to version 10...

Removing Collected Data From Windows 10’s Cortana Personal Assistant

Disabling Cortana removes any data collected on your Windows 10 device, but Microsoft retains this data on its servers, including typing history, voice patterns, contact details, search...

Most Popular Articles on Windows
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    What is the Difference Between 4-cell vs. 6-cell Laptop Batteries?

    A lot of entry-level notebooks, laptops or netbooks come with a standard 4-cell battery, whereas others come with a 6-cell. Some allow for upgrade or replacement options from one to the other. Is one better...

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    7 Free Fonts to Use for Printing Certificates

    If you are looking for fonts to create your certificates, take a look at the seven unique fonts in this guide. Each one will give a different look and feel to your final creation, so make sure to test...

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    Dealing with Revoked Security Certificates

    While visiting a secure website, you may receive a security alert stating that revocation information for the security certificate is not available for this site. Check this article on how to solve the...

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    0x80070002 Windows Update Error: How to Fix the Problem

    Fixing the Windows 0x80070002 update error by utilizing various methods....

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    What Are Hard Faults per Second?

    Are high CPU and hard drive utilization slowing your Windows PC to a crawl? You've started up "Resource Monitor" and are surprised at the number of "hard faults/sec" ticking...

More About Windows
Rotating Out Unused Fonts to Save Computer Space

Is your massive collection of fonts wreaking havoc on your computer's performance and memory? Then you should probably begin rotating out unused fonts. Putting your fonts into...

How To Create a Desktop User in Windows

Do you share you computer with several other members of your family? Are you tired of finding someone else's documents when you are trying to get to your own? Create separate...