Moving Past Windows 7 — Should You Pull The Trigger? A few weeks ago, we touched on the idea that Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7 updates in 2020. This led some users into a frenzy about upgrading to Windows 10 and the cost associated with it. Others were ready to ditch Microsoft altogether, …
Microsoft has released plans to end support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020. What Does this Mean? The end of life (EOL) of Windows 7 means Microsoft will no longer provide any security patches, software updates, or customer support to Windows 7 operating system (OS) users. Fortunately, users have plenty of time to update …
Operating System Adaptation Trends As Microsoft continues with a steady stream of operating system options and service packs, we here at PC Pitstop, have an insider’s view into the world of Microsoft Windows. In particular, we have a front row seat to the rate at which Microsoft’s latest operating systems are accepted into the market …
As a growing number of XP users move to Windows 7, no better time to learn some basic but very useful tips.
How to fix four things about Windows 7 that may be annoying you.
Seem obvious how to make your Windows 7 system sleep and shutdown…but what about Hibernate?
Microsoft has called it the Status Area…now known as the Notifications Area…most just know it as the bottom right corner of Windows.
Once you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8 there is no easy way to go back to what you had previously…
Adobe Flash and Java are two downloads most of us have installed on our Windows computers, as they give us a richer internet and browsing experience. We have already seen how to manage Adobe Flash Settings.
Today we will learn about Java Settings in Windows 7.
Some of the best mouse tricks I use to make life on the computer much easier.
Encryption is the most advanced and potent way to keep your files safe in Windows.
It is easy to integrate virtual desktop feature in Windows 7 using freeware application called mDesktop.
There is one golden rule about SSD’s. Never, ever…
There’s a smarter way to capture screen shots – a way that’s more slick and easier, and it’s a little utility included with Windows called Snipping Tool.
There comes a time in one person’s life, when he or she makes a paramount discovery of certain settings, features, or tweaks of Windows 7 that open doors to a brand new lifestyle. That moment could be now for you, depending on whether you know absolutely everything about your operating system or not. This is the moment of truth, the moment in which you’ll have to face reality and realize that Windows 7 can pack a bigger punch if you give it a nudge in the right direction.