If you've been hearing all the buzz about Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 8 and are considering installing or upgrading to it, it is essential that you first verify that all your hardware and software are compatible with it. Otherwise you could run into major problems during the installation - you could even lose all your un-backed up personal or business data. There are a number of things you'll need to know, and I'll cover all of them here.
3/8/2014 03:10:37 am
If you've recently upgraded to (or bought a new PC) Windows 8 and are wondering what in the world have they done with the handy old start menu where you used to access all your files and programs, they've done away with it, but you can download one that will integrate smoothly with your current Windows 8 installation and also give you the option to bypass the Metro start screen if you wish: http://download.cnet.com/StartMenu8/3000-2072_4-75852660.html?part=dl-&subj=dl&tag=button
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