File management in Win7 is just different enough from XP’s that even simple tasks can seem non-intuitive.
Using posts in the Lounge and how-to stories in Windows Secrets should make the switch less painful.
Sometimes the most difficult part of keeping your PC clean is knowing what’s malware — and what’s not.
When you need help identifying suspicious files, expert users on the Lounge make an excellent resource.
CanSecWest 2010’s hacker competition results in public defeat for Apple’s iPhone and three of the leading Internet browsers.
Apple, Microsoft, and other vendors are certain to release patches in the next few months for these holes, but what’s a user to do in the meantime?
The Windows Secrets Lounge goes well beyond just solving problems.
In the first post listed below, JoeP reports that Win7’s Windows Virtual PC mode no longer requires hardware virtualization, and he provides the links for applying this useful tip.
Windows users are looking for every trick to prevent malware attacks on their PCs.
One question that frequently arises is when, and when not, to run with user administrator rights enabled. The tradeoff is convenience versus security.
Technology can be great, but when you’re trying to upgrade a PC, incompatible hardware can be a pain.
Moving data from an older drive to a newer one gave members of the Windows Secrets Lounge an opportunity to provide helpful information, as shown in the first of the following most-active threads this week:
Upgrading to any new operating system is a time of uncertainty for most PC users, and the rollout of Windows 7 is no exception.
For those burning questions regarding Win7, tap into the collective expertise of the Windows Secrets Lounge for answers.
This week’s sampling of intereting Lounge posts include everything from organizers to nitty-gritty Web programming.
Thanks to the collective mind of Windows Secrets Lounge members, many of these problems find solutions. In some cases, just getting pointed in the right direction is enough.