Tag: windows 7

All support for Windows 7 ends in January 2020, but not every PC is upgradeable to Windows 10, either because it’s old and won’t run efficiently, or because some of the hardware is no longer supported.  In this case you’ll probably find youself investing in…

End of support for Windows 7 is coming on January 14th 2020.  This means that after this date there will be no further security and stability patches, and any vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers will cause you, your files, and your personal data,…

My 14th Pluralsight course, Windows Installation, Updating, and Recovery troubleshooting is now available to watch. A PC is not a PC without a working operating system on board, and productivity doesn’t exist unless this happens smoothly, efficiently, and with a result that’s stable, resilient, and…

Network connections are vital for computing, from static, secure workplace connections, to mobile connections of different types. If something goes wrong however diagnosing and repairing the problem can be a difficult, and complicated process. This course will teach you all you need to know about…

Every dog has his day and we’re now rapidly approaching end of life for the venerable desktop operating system, Windows 7.  This means that after January 14th 2020 there will be no further security or stability patches released for the operating system. Operating systems are…

Sometimes you’ll find that you have corrupt, damaged, or missing files in Windows that are causing bugs, problems, or perhaps even blue screens.  Faced with the possibility of reinstalling the operating system and all your software what can you do?  Well there’s a hidden tool…

Whatever version of Windows you are using, you will need a stable Internet connection and access to your company network and its shared files and resources. When a network connection fails, it can result in an expensive loss of productivity. What You’ll Learn Set up…