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Over three years ago my web developer at Refresh Creations wrote an article which I published dealing with the question of formatting a hard drive so that the contents were completely unrecoverable. Whether you plan to sell your computer on at the end of its life,recycle it,give it to charity or even chuck [...]

Living with Windows 7

I’ve been living with the release candidate of Windows 7 now for a couple of weeks now at home. To be honest,I’m so impressed that it’s got to the stage that going to work and having to use Windows Vista again has become a chore. If you missed my article last week on obtaining [...]

Windows 7

If I didn’t know better,I’d say that Microsoft were trying to confuse us.

The approach for naming Windows appears to change with every release. Back when I first started using Windows we were running 3.11 which we then upgraded [...]

Windows Movie Maker

I often recommend various pieces of free software which I believe my readers may be interested in downloading,however when getting caught up in the process of downloading new and exciting software it is apparently quite easy to overlook something right under your nose. Windows Movie Maker has been bundled with Windows ever since the [...]

64 Bit Computing #2

Last week I started talking about 64-bit computing and the possible advantages that it could offer. For those of you that missed my last article,you’re probably best off downloading a copy at www.computerarticles.co.uk as otherwise this one article by itself may seem incomplete.

I focused specifically [...]

64 Bit Computing

There is a lot being said about Windows Vista at the moment along with the normal paranoia keeping users away that usually occurs when Microsoft release a new Operating System. I’m surprised by the number of people I know who have bought a new computer in the last couple of months and paid more to [...]

Windows Vista Part II

Last week I talked to you about Microsoft’s new Operating System ‘Windows Vista’ and discussed the functionality updates that have been introduced and how they could possibly benefit you. Those that missed my original article can check out www.computerarticles.co.uk to download a copy.

As half the measure [...]

Windows Vista Part I

A couple of people recently have mentioned to me recently that I’m yet to review Windows Vista in follow up to the feature that I did regarding the beta (test) edition last year. This isn’t an oversight on my part but something I did intentionally as a true review of an Operating System requires the [...]

Internet Explorer 7

I’m writing this article on Thursday 19th October – A day that may be remembered as the day Internet Explorer finally caught up with the rest of the world as today Microsoft finally released the completed version of Internet Explorer 7 to the public. You have to excuse my cynicism but whilst the browser is [...]

Windows XP Themes

A popular pastime for many users of Windows XP has been to customize their Operating System so it looks more like something they are comfortable using. Such customisations include changing the loading screens,start menu,dialog box appearances,icons,wallpaper which makes your machine just a little more individual than the standard Windows XP blue [...]