I can remember my enthusiasm for early versions of Windows XP Media Center Edition and the promise of an integrated
Every time I launch my browser the window is off-screen. I can’t move it because I can’t see it. How
“I just bought a new notebook computer. Can I move all the programs from my desktop PC to my notebook
“How do I convert BMP to JPG?” There are at least 1000 solutions for converting BMP files to JPG. Some
“How can I install Windows 7 from the .iso download from Microsoft?”
The Windows 7 .ISO file is basically a DVD in the format of a file on your hard drive. If you downloaded the Windows 7 .ISO, you need to burn it to DVD before you can install it on your computer. Once you have the DVD, you can simply boot from your newly created Windows 7 disk and follow the steps for the installation.
“I bought a 64-bit computer with Windows XP 32-bit installed. Now I want to upgrade from 32-bit Windows XP to 64-bit Vista. I have tons of applications on here and I’d rather not wipe my hard drive and start over. Is it possible to do the upgrade or do I need to do a clean install of Windows Vista 64?”
Under most circumstances, this is the type of upgrade I’d never do. Too many potential headaches are likely going from Windows XP to Windows Vista in general. Switching to 64-bit compounds the possible problems. xyHD.tv has a straightforward tutorial on upgrading XP 32-but to Vista-64, with the catch that you probably want to install Vista 32 before you go all the way. Most important part of the process – backup your files before you begin. A good rule of thumb in any operating system install, but especially important when you’re attempting something like this. Follow the steps to upgrade from 32-bit Windows XP to Vista 64-bit at xyHD.tv.
I’m always trying to eek out a few extra minutes from my laptop battery at airports, airplanes, coffee shops, and