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Google commits on Windows XP Chrome updates until the end of 2015

Google has announced that it will continue to provide Google Chrome updates to Windows XP users until the end of 2015, over a year after Microsoft ended support for the aging operating system. Google was originally going to end updates this month.

Windows XP Calculator Also Hidden Browser

Internet Explorer is not the only net browser Microsoft built into Windows XP. Hidden into the Help File of Windows calculator is a handy little browser Microsoft kept as a secret waiting to be discovered.

How to Increase Thumbnail Picture Quality in Windows

A cool step-by-step video that shows you how to increase the size and quality of thumbnails in windows XP.

Who said being beautiful was easy?

Whether your existing PC is too low on power or your wallet short on enough bucks to spring for a new computer with Windows Vista already on it, these add-ons give Windows XP some very Vista-like personality.

Microsoft extends support period for Windows XP

PC Pro is reporting that Microsoft will be extending support for Windows XP beyond 2010.

Brian Bergstein’s view of Windows Vista

Analysts, detractors wonder if Microsoft's dominance is nearing the end??

10 reasons not to get Vista

Windows Vista going downhill?

Microsoft Expands New Vista Options

As the release date for Microsoft's new Operating System approaches, Microsoft starts making its pitch.

Firefox Cheat Sheet!

Like to speed up Firefox? Use your fingers!

Remove Unused Drivers in XP

Did you know that unless you uninstall a device driver on a Windows XP machine that it still may be sucking up valuable system resources?

Create Invisible Folders In Windows

Learn how to create your very own invisible folders in Windows XP so you can then hide stuff! A very easy trick

Boot Windows XP from a USB flash drive

Here is an easy way to boot Windows XP from your flash drive. Just in case your PC won't boot, you can use the bootable flash drive to fix the problems.

How Windows XP Wasted $25 Billion of Energy

Interesting look at some features that were suppose to save money only they didn't in the end...

Gates on Vista, Linux and more

Bill Gates is pretty confident that when he spots an emerging technology, it will emerge. Exactly when they'll arrive, though, is sometimes a question mark.

User paid to uninstall Windows XP

A Sheffield man has won a refund from Dell for not installing Microsoft's Windows XP on a laptop he bought from the PC giant. Freelance programmer Dave Mitchell ordered a Dell laptop on 21 October, and the machine was delivered a few days later.

Windows Media Center 2005 Theme for Windows XP

Ever Wanted to Have the look Of Windows Media Center 2005 on Your XP Pro, Home, or Server 2003 Desktop? Tired of the Default Windows XP Theme?

Windows XP Service Pack 3.0

No need to wait more…

Microsoft lets your make your own Blue Screen of Death

Here's the best utility to come out of Microsoft TechNet in a while. A screensaver accurately creating simulated blue screens using the actual kernel to provide proper output. As TechNet describes it: "Use Bluescreen to amaze your friends and scare you...

Reformatted and Reinstalled XP: Lost Boot to Vista

Why wait? Let Vista start to drive you crazy now.

After patches, Microsoft warns of PowerPoint attack

It will never be safe, never I tell you.

Tablet PC Redefines Mobility And Enables Pen-Based Computing

TORONTO - In a briefing to Canadian media, Microsoft Canada unveiled the Tablet PC, which is built on the pen-based technology of the Windows XP Tablet PC Edition operating system to help extend the functionality of notebook computers. Windows XP Ta...

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