Is there a new version of Windows 10 called “Ultra”? Microsoft and its PC partners may be ready to take the wraps off a new Windows 10 Home edition that potentially would work on more powerful PCs than those whichRead More about Is there a new version of Windows 10 called "Ultra"?
Let’s take a look at this news from BBC about how Huawei’s issue will affect their users. The restrictions being placed on Huawei’s access to the Android operating system will cast a long shadow over Tuesday’s launch of the ChineseRead More about Will Huawei develop its own operating system?
Understanding the different monthly security and quality updates for Windows, and how they’re getting more efficient. — Thanks to TechRepublic for this informative blog! Since October 2003, the second Tuesday of the month has seen a slew of fixes andRead More about Everything you need to know about Windows updates
Remember the days when restarting your system meant that it was time to make a few phone calls or go for a smoke (yes kids, once upon a time people spoke on phones that were tethered to the walls andRead More about Reimage Tips & Tricks: Giving the boot a Boost!
In an effort to make life easier for the average Windows PC user, Microsoft has gone to great lengths to provide keyboard shortcuts. Whether you know them as keyboard shortcuts or hotkeys, they have been around for as long asRead More about Reimage Tips & Tricks: Keyboard shortcuts for Windows
Yes folks, this time last week it was Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, unfortunately this new patch won’t fully solve the latest of troublesome trojans, Duqu (not to be confused an evil Jedi master). Duqu is a recent meddling malware that manyRead More about Revenge of the Stuxnet: Microsoft isn’t ready to face off with Duqu
There is very little we can do on a PC without applications, or apps. Everything from a monstrous memory munchers like Adobe Illustrator down to the itty-bitty Windows’ calculator and notepad; if it isn’t part of the basic operating system,Read More about -App, App, and Away!
The Microsoft BUILD convention is finally behind us, but with the recent announcement of the new Windows 8 boot process, many developers of 3rd party software and hardware have returned worried. Microsoft seems to be doing away with the BIOSRead More about BIOS gets the Boot
The biggest buzz in the tech world is that Microsoft “accidentally” exposed the new Windows 8 file Explorer. In the post, that appeared on August 29th on Microsoft’s MSDN.COM blog for developers, screen shots of the new Explorer graphic userRead More about Microsoft’s “Accidental” Leak is a Buzz-Kill
Over the past few weeks we have been receiving comments from technicians and private subscribers who have used Reimage to resolve the Windows Recovery Virus. This virus has been around for a while but has recently resurfaced. The Windows RecoveryRead More about The Windows Recovery Virus Returns