Archive for the ‘Windows’ Category

Install Windows from a USB Drive

Posted: July 8, 2010 at 6:33 pm by

While dealing with computers, there will be time when a DVD drive will burn out. This is especially bad if it’s on a laptop. Many netbooks these days do not even carry DVD drives. So, how are you to install an Operating System? The solution is to install your OS from a USB Drive. As USB drives are reaching 16 – 23 gigs of storage space, they make perfect tools to install your OS.

Libox Reviewed: A Beginning to Sharing Your Media

Posted: July 1, 2010 at 12:31 am by

When one has a large media collection, it is important to be able to access it from other devices. With smartphones able to view video, it is becoming more important to be able to access your media. The problem with storing it on your computer is the difficulty networking it to all your devices. Enter Libox, a P2P streaming service allowing you to have remote access to your media collection. Just install the desktop application and you can view your collection from a web browser. Provided you have a worthy smartphone.

Using scanpst.exe in Windows 7 64bit

Posted: April 19, 2010 at 2:27 pm by

When running Microsoft Outlook, at times your data folder where all your outlook data is kept can develop errors. These errors can result in the inability to send or receive mail. To compound the problem, you may not be able to delete mail. Below is the error message you will likely receive if you are experiencing this problem.

Burger King’s Windows 7 Ad: Jack Needed

Posted: October 25, 2009 at 8:49 pm by

Japan, land of the insane. If you live there, you may have seen ads for Windows 7 from Burger King. The Windows 7 Whopper is a whopping 7 slices thick, more then enough to get your mouth around. What’s worse, is the Windows 7 Whopper is around 1,000 calories, and costs around $8.50. I am not sure how one can even eat it without breaking it down into smaller parts. Who has a mouth large enough? Maybe Jack in the Box can provide a car jack. Get it?

Want Windows 7? Go to Ebay

Posted: October 5, 2009 at 3:48 am by

If you simply cannot wait for October 22nd to purchase Windows 7, then you may want to take the risk and visit EBay, where you can now purchase Windows 7 at a reduced price. A copy of Windows 7 Ultimate was found for $167.50 on Sunday, with Windows 7 Professional found for $132.50. A detailed search will yield multiple sellers for multiple versions of Windows 7. Official prices from Microsoft for Windows Ultimate run for $319, while Windows Professional runs for $299.