Windows 7 formerly known as Blackcomb and then Vienna, is Microsoft's successor to Windows Vista. Will it dazzle us with a brilliant graphical front end? Give us greater peace of mind with enhanced security features? Deliver applications in a timely fashion? We shall have to wait and see. Until then lets take a look at all the latest Windows 7 news and reviews, beta versions and developments, to keep you up-to-date with what is the most eagerly anticipated Windows release ever, which will no doubt be interesting and frustrating in equal measure. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01
If you want to hide folders in Windows 7, you can just select an option to hide. However, it is just as easily un-hidden by another simple click. If you would prefer a different method to hide files, follow these directions.
The coming release of Windows 8 has got tech commentators and bloggers all of a flutter, but will it really do all that is expected? Is it an iOS killer, an app killer… or is it even a Microsoft killer?
The move to 64-bit computing is upon us, but what does it mean? How do you know if you are running 32-bit or 64-bit applications in Windows 7? What can you do about compatibility issues? Read on to find out the answer to these questions and more!
With the release of the Windows 8 Developer Preview, interested users have found that the future of Windows is very different, and the location of certain key features and native applications might be tricky to establish. Our gallery of Windows 8 screenshots will help you find your way around.
For many it might be easier to run the Windows 8 Developer Preview in a virtual machine, but if you prefer to install it to your hard disk drive, a dual boot alongside Windows 7 might be the best option.
Are you tired of having to shell out thousands of dollars to upgrade your Microsoft Office applications each time a new version comes out? Are you limited on IT staff? Office 365 might be the right fit for you. Read on to find out!
This advanced uninstaller for Windows programs is what you need to fully remove unwanted software, including the remnants left in the registry and hard drive. Check out this review for more on how version 2.0 of IObit Uninstaller works.
Rumors suggest that Windows 8 will not support dual-booting, a technique that makes it possible to run multiple operating systems on one computer. How true is this, and is there a work around for users wishing to use older versions of Windows or even Linux?
For true enjoyment of Windows 8, users will have to come to terms with the fact that the Start button will no longer be a major aspect of the Windows experience.
It’s time to take the Windows 7 quiz! If you have already taken the Windows quiz, now check out this Windows 7 quiz which includes a number of Windows 7 questions. Have fun!