Our Max Cherney dishes a simple How To — perfect if you want to create a bootable Windows 8 flash drive the old-fashioned way. Nothing like carrying an entire OS in your pocket.
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Irritated with not being able to open files from the desktop the way you used to? Our Brian Burgess was. In his latest How To gallery, he shows how to change file associations in Windows 8.1 — so you can open files from the desktop the old-fashioned way and stay on that desktop you’re used […]
Windows 8,1 brings back the Start button, the sorely missed boot to desktop function and other classic features. Here’s our Brian Burgess’ How To gallery on Win 8,1 navigation tips. Stellar.
The Metro interface is cool but unfamiliar. The Metro Commander app features a dual-pane interface for Windows 8 that’s clean and easy to use.
Windows 8.1 Preview has a ton of problems, even considering it is pre-release software. Here’s what you need to know before you hit Install. In fact, Sandy Berger says that unless you’re a developer or a journalist and have a choice, Sandy suggests you just … don’t. It’s just too shaky.
Here’s how to set up File History in Windows 8. It’s great for your backups and it’s quick and easy. Here’s the 411 from Sandy Berger at aNewDomain.net.
Here’s TechWebCast with Brad Chasenore in Melbourne — plus his global cast of geeks. Welcome TechWebCast to the family at aNewDomain.net.
Alan Wallace throws in the towel on Stardock and its Windows 8 enhancing software. Why? Here’s the sad tale he has to tell.
Skype, Evernote, Fresh Paint and the Google Search app are some of our Sandy Berger’s favorite apps on Windows 8. Find details on all 10 of Sandy’s favorite Windows 8 apps here.
aNewDomain.net — March 13, 2013 — I got my feet wet with Windows 8 Consumer Preview — the beta version — early on. I wasn’t impressed. But that’s changing. Here’s my long term review of Windows 8 — and why I’m keeping it.