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How to trick Windows XP into giving you updates until 2019

Web developers held an encomium when Microsoft finally decided to end support for Windows XP.  It finally meant that all compatibility issues with Internet Explorer 6 would become a peripheral concern as intrepid users began upgrading to Windows 7.

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My wi-fi doesn’t work after upgrading Windows 8 to Windows 8.1

Discriminating users usually pause before pressing the update button.  Experience tells us that every update introduces changes that may potentially break something on the computer; therefore, smart users have developed a disposition that stalls before pressing update. But, seriously, what could go wrong with

Posted in Windows, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 Tagged with: ,

Doomsday for Windows XP hits 500 million users on April 8th

You know what I love about Windows XP?  That’s right I said Windows XP.  Do you know what I love about XP? It isn’t ostentatious. Yeah, yeah – I recognize that many have lampooned this antiquated OS calling it volatile

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What to do before selling your Galaxy S4 Smartphone

Before you sell your Galaxy S4 you need to wipe the device. I’ll show you how to do that and more inside. I’ll also show you how to get the most money from the sell.

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How to downgrade Windows 8 to 7

Downgrading Windows 8 to Windows 7 is a royal pain; however, if you’re mindful of a few things you can pull it off. Let me show you the smart way to downgrade to Windows 7.

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