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Comment by chris on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (February 26, 2017 04:53 AM)
I'm still trying to drive a monitor while using my chromebox screen. Seems to be an either/or situation,a major shortcoming for chrome/linux. One of s...
Comment by Walter vom Saal on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (February 26, 2017 03:04 AM)
I use dual monitors and often split one or both in half. With Windows, use the Windows logo key plus left or right arrow to move open program to the ...
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I was amazed when I tested an HDMI port on my computer and found that it gave me dual monitor capability. I really expected 2 of the same image. 2 mon...
Comment by Peggy on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (February 25, 2017 01:24 PM)
As a batch programmer I would often have open my source code, the JCL to run a batch job, the input file(s) and my results (files and/or reports) whe...
Comment by Sewlady on Geekly Update - 22 February 2017 (February 25, 2017 01:01 PM)
I was very much hoping to see some kind of response or comment from Bob R. here since he's pushed this product at least a couple times that I remember...
Comment by Bob on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (February 25, 2017 11:53 AM)
Hi Bob, Love the articles. Dual Monitors. At work we setup a lot of New Computers, often Dual Monitors. It is recomm...
Comment by Jill on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (February 25, 2017 08:13 AM)
I work in two languages and one of my peeves about Windows 10/Office 2013 is that I can no longer have windows or tabs in my browser open in the two l...
Comment by Clairvaux on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (February 25, 2017 07:40 AM)
Yes, but : how do you position them ? If they are centered relative to your line of sight, you're now staring right at two nice vertical bars of black...

Windows-8 Articles

 

Cheap Windows 8 PCs

Earlier this year, Microsoft began to offer a variant of Windows 8.1 to PC vendors at a special, super-secret price that is rumored to be “practically zero.” This “Windows 8.1 with Bing" license has brought a crop of low-cost PCs to the market. Here's the scoop, and what you need to know about the Bing thing...

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3 Ways to Repair Windows 8

If your Windows 8 computer isn't working properly, there are three new tools built into the Windows 8 operating system that you can use to attempt repairs. Read on to learn about Restore, Refresh and Reset...

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Uninstall These Windows Patches NOW!

On August 2, Microsoft began pushing out its monthly bundle of Windows security patches and feature updates via Windows Update. By August 5, hundreds of users’ PCs were failing to boot after being powered off; the infamous Blue Screen of Death appeared. Some tech-savvy users traced the problem to a handful of patches in the August 2 release. On August 15, Microsoft pulled the flawed patches from Windows Update and advised users to uninstall them. Here is what you need to do:

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Crazy Eights? Come on, Microsoft!

Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update. Even I was confused at first about how they differ, and the mess about 'no more updates unless you install the Update update.' Hopefully, this will clear it all up...

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Switching to Windows 8 Made Easier

A reader asks: 'I really need a new laptop computer, but all of them come with Windows 8 now. I've heard many negative things about Windows 8, but my friend says it's not so bad once you get used to it. Are there any tips or tricks you can share to ease the transition to Windows 8?' Actually yes! Read on for my tips on restoring sanity to Windows 8, and some surprising things you'll actually LIKE in Windows 8...

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Chromebook Versus Windows 8

There are signs in the market that Chromebooks are preferred as an alternative to laptops running Windows 8. If you’ve been looking for a new laptop, but don't want the learning curve of Windows 8, you may find a Chromebook is the right choice for you. Read on to learn more...

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Windows 8 Pricing (Plus Other Confusing Facts and Rumors)

Windows 8 is coming to market on October 26, and Microsoft is doing all it can to urge users to upgrade to its radically new operating system. That includes dropping the cost of a Windows 8 Pro upgrade to unprecedented lows. But will the lower price tag be enough to entice people to switch?

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Why NOW is a Good Time to Buy a New PC

If you're currently using Windows XP or Vista, and wondering whether you should buy a new PC with Windows 7 now, or wait for Windows 8 in October, here's my advice...

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Windows 8: Will You Be Pleasantly Surprised?

The run-up to Windows 8's release (tentatively in October) has made everyone nervous -- or excited -- depending on how one feels about radical changes to the world's most popular operating system. As pundits probe the beta versions of Windows 8, surprise features and Microsoft policies are greeted with delight or dismay. Here are some of the current rumors surrounding Windows 8...

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Laptops for Windows 8

My laptop is five years old and still runs XP. I'll be buying a new laptop before summer ends, and I want to make sure it's compatible with Windows 8. Are there any specific features, brands or models you can recommend?

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Download the Free Windows 8 Consumer Preview

On February 29, Microsoft made the beta version of its forthcoming Windows 8 operating system software available to the public. You can download the Windows 8 Consumer Preview for free and install it on a PC or tablet device. Here's what you need to know...

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New Features in Windows 8

Microsoft unveiled Windows 8 at the D9 conference in early June, 2011. CEO Steve Ballmer hints that Windows 8 will be launched in late 2012. The next generation of Windows will be a radical departure from the past for users and software developers. Here is what we know about Windows 8 so far...

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Windows 8 Preview

The development of every new version of Microsoft Windows is accompanied by speculation, hope, and advice for Microsoft. We don't know anything, for sure, about what will be new in Windows 8. But here is what the rumor mill is grinding out right now...

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