Dell introduces 2020 XPS 13 ahead of CES 2020

Dell Technologies has announced the launch of its new 2020 XPS 13 ahead of CES 2020. This laptop comes with a new modern design and powerful specs. There is also an XPS 13 Developer Edition that comes with Ubuntu 18.04LTS preloaded. The laptop comes with a 4-sided InfinityEdge 13.4-inch display offering a 16:10 aspect ratio … Read moreDell introduces 2020 XPS 13 ahead of CES 2020

Aero Isn’t Gone in Windows 8: 6 Aero Features You Can Still Use

Many people think Aero is completely gone in Windows 8, but this isn’t true. Microsoft hasn’t helped matters by saying they’ve “moved beyond Aero” in several blog posts. However, hardware acceleration and most Aero features are still present. Aero is more than Glass. What’s actually gone is the Aero branding and the Aero Glass theme … Read moreAero Isn’t Gone in Windows 8: 6 Aero Features You Can Still Use

Windows 7 Automatic Updates and Update Options

Windows Update is set to automatically download and install patches by default. We strongly recommend leaving these settings alone, but there may be times when you want to disable automatic updating or turn it back on. Here’s how to manage automatic updating in ​Windows 7. Press the Start button, then go to Control Panel > System and Security. Next, … Read moreWindows 7 Automatic Updates and Update Options

All the Ways You Can Still Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free

Windows 10 free upgrade offer is over, according to Microsoft. But this isn’t completely true. There are a bunch of ways you can still upgrade to Windows 10 for free and get a legitimate license, or just install Windows 10 and use it for free. There are a few ways you can still get Windows 10 … Read moreAll the Ways You Can Still Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free

Beginner Geek: How to Reinstall Windows on Your Computer

Reinstall Windows is one of the easiest ways to fix software problems on your computer, whether it’s running slow or infected by viruses. You should also reinstall Windows before you get rid of an old PC. Depending on your version of Windows and how you installed it – or whether it came with your computer … Read moreBeginner Geek: How to Reinstall Windows on Your Computer

Why Windows 10 Says Your Wi-Fi Network “Isn’t Secure”

Windows 10 now warns you that a Wi-Fi network “isn’t secure” when it’s using “an older security standard that’s being phased out.” Windows 10 is warning you about WEP and TKIP. Here’s what that message means—and how to fix it. Starting with the May 2019 update, Windows may show you a message stating your network isn’t … Read moreWhy Windows 10 Says Your Wi-Fi Network “Isn’t Secure”

Using Program Compatibility Mode in Windows 7

Compatibility Mode It can be quite annoying when you try to install a driver or other software on Windows 7 just to find out it isn’t compatible with the new OS. Today we look at using the Program Compatibility Assistant, and troubleshooting compatibility issues so programs install successfully.  Related:- 6 World-Class Dive Spots In Palm Beaches … Read moreUsing Program Compatibility Mode in Windows 7

How to Disable All of Windows 10 Built-in Advertising

Advertising Windows 10 has a lot of built-in advertising. This isn’t just about the free upgrade offer: Even if you purchase a new PC that comes with a Windows 10 license or spends $200 for a copy of Windows 10 Professional, you’ll see ads in your operating system. You can, however, disable a lot of it. … Read moreHow to Disable All of Windows 10 Built-in Advertising

How to Enable Private Browsing on Any Web Browser

Browser Private browsing has been around in one form or another since 2005, but it took some time for every browser to get behind it. Now, no matter what browser you use, you can surf the internet without leaving behind a local trail of history, passwords, cookies, and other assorted bits of information. Private browsing is useful … Read moreHow to Enable Private Browsing on Any Web Browser

How to Open Old Web Pages in Internet Explorer on Windows 10

Web Pages It’s 2019, but some businesses and government agencies still have old websites that don’t function correctly in new web browsers. Windows 10 still includes Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft has committed to supporting it with security updates. We recommend avoiding Internet Explorer when possible. It’s old and outdated. It doesn’t include modern web … Read moreHow to Open Old Web Pages in Internet Explorer on Windows 10