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New Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC Sales End 10-31-2016- News             According to an updated “Windows lifecycle fact sheet” from Microsoft, new Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC sales end 10-31-2016. This means that if you want a new or refurbished (OEM) PC with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 pre-installed, you have less than

Open a File in Windows 8.1: Overview             In this blog post, you will learn how to open a file in Windows 8.1. To open files in Windows 8.1, you must first open the “File Explorer” windows by clicking the “File Explorer” button shown within the Taskbar at the bottom of the Desktop window. Then

Set the Date and Time in Windows 8: Overview             You can set the date and time in Windows 8, which is shown in the lower right corner of the Taskbar within the Desktop app window. To set the date and time in Windows 8, click the date/time display in the Taskbar to view the

Create a New Folder in Windows 8: Overview             In this lesson, you will learn how to create a new folder in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. After you begin to create and save files in Windows, you may want to create additional folders and subfolders to help you organize your saved materials. You can

Moving and Resizing the Taskbar in Windows 8.1: Overview             This tutorial discusses moving and resizing the Taskbar in Windows 8.1 You can move the Taskbar to any side of the Desktop that you want. It appears at the bottom of the screen by default, but you can easily move it or resize it, if

Change Desktop Icons in Windows 8: Overview             You can change Desktop icons in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. By default, you will only see the “Recycle Bin” icon shown on the Desktop, however, you can also add icons for other items that you frequently use to the Desktop so that you can simply double-click

Sort Files in Windows 8: Overview             This tutorial shows you how to sort files in Windows 8 within a folder. You can sort files in Windows 8 that appear in the right pane of the “File Explorer” window by any file or folder attributes available, regardless of the view style selected. To sort files

Keyboard Shortcuts from Windows to Macs: Overview             Many Windows users know familiar keyboard shortcuts for common tasks, like “Cut,” “Copy,” and “Paste,” for example. However, you may feel a bit lost if having to use a Mac computer or MacBook Pro, for example. In addition, even though the PC market is shrinking, Apple just announced