October 16th, 2010
I liked windows XP, it was a good version of Windows. The problems at the start of the XP was terrifying, but with service pack 2 most of the problems were solved. Despite i like windows xp, let’s face it, it is not getting any younger. Windows XP is losing popularity.
According to a poll i run on my site, 36% of my readers use Windows 7, and only 26% are using XP. The results of the poll may be not representative for the whole world, but they say something: Windows 7 is more popular right now. What happens ? The advantage that everything works on XP will go away. Software and driver developers will start to support less and less the “old” version of Windows and we will start to have problems.
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July 29th, 2010
This is a very long debate among Windows users: It is time to move to Windows 7 or not ? Before getting into the debate let’s take a quick preview over the main advantages of sticking with Windows XP and moving to Windows 7. Read the rest of this entry »
March 16th, 2010
After windows installation you may not consider doint any change, because everything works fine and you don’t see why you should try to improve it’s performance. When time comes and windows is starting to load very slowly you will have to do some things to improve the performance.
I know you love visual effects, this is why you won’t change to other operating system, but i bet there are many of you who want things to happen immediately after your action. You don’t want to wait few more seconds before a new window opens, or after you click something. Read the rest of this entry »
March 12th, 2010
An article with this name was written by me back in 2007, you can read it here . I was always proud with the ability that i can keep the windows operating system clean. It is not easy, but it was easier than installing windows every 2 months. Bookmarks, settings, documents, desktop, browser cache, everything is lost when you install windows again.
Is there a way to clean the windows to prevent reinstalling ? Yes, there it is, if you keep it clean you can keep it as long as you want. My windows, before he died lasted 4 years. Read the rest of this entry »