Ah, more Windows 7 glitches. This one is particularly irritating because it is caused by Microsoft Windows 7 trying to be smarter than the user. In general, I don’t mind when the operating system takes care of me, but when it does, I expect a
Plenty of people downloaded the Windows 7 Release Candidate over the last six months or so. It made plenty of sense, of course. Since so many people hated Vista, there were not really any options for those looking to upgrade from Windows XP. That, plus
I’ve been running Windows 7 on my primary desktop computer for long enough now that things are starting to emerge that I want to be tweaked to my preferences or workflow. One of those things is tweaking the Windows 7 Start Menu to be smaller
In my never ending quest to eliminate the vast number of resource wasting utilities, files, services, startup programs, and boot-up loaders that software companies insist on foisting onto my PC, I take out Revo Uninstaller from time to time and start removing bloatware wherever I
Microsoft’s vaunted Bing search engine can’t manage to provide the basic webmaster tools that website owners depend on. Maybe they should use Google Webmaster toools to find out that they have a broken link.