Regular Windows Secrets readers will note that Lounge Life has a new and expanded design.
Our new table of Windows Secrets Lounge links highlights some of the most interesting — and wide-ranging — topics under discussion.
- Remove Vista from multiboot setup
Lounge member Ralph Forgione was having difficulty removing a Vista partition on his PC. He also had Win7 and XP installed on separate partitions. Although he received help from fellow Loungers, he eventually solved the problem himself — and provided useful tips to anyone with a similar problem. More»
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- Where to go to set up a free family Web site
Mike Rogero wanted to set up a simple Web site to chronicle family events. The helpful ideas he received from Lounge members included the obvious — Facebook. More»
- Excel making subtraction errors
Here’s a question that’s as old as Excel itself. The spreadsheet appears to make errors in basic addition and subtraction. Is it a rounding problem? Display problem? Lounge members provide some clarity to this calculating problem. More»
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The Lounge Life column is a digest of the best of the WS Lounge discussion board. Tracey Capen is technical editor of WindowsSecrets.com.