The official support for Windows XP is now finally over. What this really mean is – no more security patches for XP. If you don’t think it’s serious enough, you are risking your own sensitive data . It’s time to
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Windows XP’s official extended support life cycle ends in April 8, 2014, a few days from today. If you are one of those who are still using XP, time to move on. Before you actually do so, please start backing
BitLocker-To-Go is a brand new feature in Windows 7 that encrypts data on a disk volume to provide a higher secure protection to the data. You won’t need any 3rd party encryption tool like TrueCrypt to do the work, unless
Microsoft UK just recently launched a help site that only focuses on Windows installation for XP, Vista, and Windows 7. It’s actually not only does it help for installation and reinstallation, but also upgrade and uninstall as well. It’s interesting
First, it’s Native Boot VHD on Windows 7, and then on Vista, and without any hosting OS, now it can be done on a Windows XP machine too. Thanks to Mark Wilson and his team for finally figuring it out.
The awesome how-to-geek shared a very detailed step-by-step tutorial on Migrating XP to Windows 7 with Easy Transfer and a USB Drive. However, it missed one important piece of information. Windows Easy Transfer is an add-on tool originally designed by
Let’s say you like or even love Windows 7 but don’t feel quite ready yet saying goodbye to the long beloved XP. I understand. So this little trick that makes your XP look like Windows 7 in 3 steps may