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How-to, Windows 8

How to run Windows XP in Windows 8

How to run Windows XP in Windows 8

Windows 8 does not have a Windows XP Mode as that offered in Windows 7 and if you want to run the system XP and older business applications or games that stand the test of time, you need to virtualize the system license. However, there are informal solutions to run […]

by × December 8, 2012 × Comments are Disabled

News, Windows 8

Windows XP is 11 years old since its launch

Windows XP is 11 years old since its launch

The date Microsoft has chosen 26th October 2012 for the global launch of Windows 8 is singular: On this day 11 years ago made appearance the Windows XP, a system that received much criticism initially, but has become the most long-lived of the company. In fact, Windows XP is still […]

by × October 27, 2012 × Comments are Disabled

Apps, News

Adobe refuses to support Windows XP in the next version of Photoshop

Adobe refuses to support Windows XP in the next version of Photoshop

Adobe has officially stated that the current version of its software for graphics Photoshop CS6 (13.0) will be the last, has the support of the operating system Windows XP. Thus, the owners of computers with Windows XP will not be able to install the┬ánext version of Adobe Photoshop. To use […]

by × September 18, 2012 × Comments are Disabled

News, Software

Windows 7 has become more popular than Windows XP

Windows 7 has become more popular than Windows XP

According to a study of the market of operating systems, which was conducted by Net Applications, Windows 7 finally is surpassed by popularity already outdated version of Windows XP. Thus, the market share of Windows 7 in August 2012 increased by 0.51 percentage points compared with July and was 42.72%. […]

by × September 4, 2012 × Comments are Disabled

News, Reviews

Symantec update leads to the ‘blue screen of death’ on Windows XP

Symantec update leads to the ‘blue screen of death’ on Windows XP

An error in an update for Symantec Endpoint Protection security software 12.1 and Norton anti-virus software blocking has caused an unknown number of computers running Windows XP under the dreaded blue screen of death. Symantec has released a new update that we have resolved the bug but customers, 300 corporations […]

by × July 14, 2012 × Comments are Disabled

News

StatCounter: Windows 7 is installed on most of the world’s PCs

StatCounter: Windows 7 is installed on most of the world’s PCs

According to a recent survey by research firm StatCounter, the operating system Windows 7 took the leading position in the world and is installed on more than 50% of the running PC.   As the prevalence of this development has bypassed Windows XP only last year, and as for Windows […]

by × July 3, 2012 × Comments are Disabled