News tagged ‘windows 7’
Monday, 29 Jul 2013
Microsoft has made available a developer preview of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7. For the most part, it's just like the Windows 8.1 version, but there are a few notable differences.
Sunday, 16 Jun 2013
According to leaked photos, Xbox One games at E3 could actually be running on a Windows 7 systems with NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 700 series graphics.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
Microsoft has just announced that Internet Explorer 10 is now finally available to all Windows 7 users globally.
Friday, 15 Feb 2013
In a Windows blog post, Microsoft is reminding users of Windows 7 RTM (with no service pack installed) that support is ending on April 9, 2013, which is less than two months away.
Tuesday, 4 Sep 2012
Microsoft will allow downgrades from Windows 8 Pro to Windows 7 or Vista if customers of the its latest operating system are not satisfied with it. This is according to the operating system's licensing agreement; read on to find out more about its terms and conditions.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
McAfee scrambles to fix a recent glitch found on some of its antivirus updates. The bug has also caused a number of home users to lose Internet connectivity after the updates were applied.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
If you're one of those who bemoan the audio quality on tablets, well, help is on the way. Dolby has revealed plans to bring its Digital Plus surround sound codecs to tablets and other mobile devices.
Wednesday, 25 Jul 2012
Previously, images taken by Lytro's innovative light field camera could only be processed by Mac users as the software is not supported by Windows. But that's about to change: Lytro has released a Windows-compatible version of its photo-processing software today.
Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
In a security advisory released yesterday, Microsoft advised Windows 7 and Vista users to disable their Windows Sidebar and Gadgets. The company warned that insecure gadgets could be used to run arbitrary code on a computer. Read on to find out how to secure your affected system.
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
An unpatched exploit that affects Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 8 Consumer Preview allows a user to launch a system shell by manipulating the sticky keys function. This hack is straightforward to implement as it can be executed in a matter of minutes.