Internet X-plorer


Internet Explorer is the No 1 browser for downloading a new browser.  In 2003 IE had over 60% of the market.  If you ever have a question about IE check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Explorer. The mighty browser has made plenty of new attempts only to fail to great browsers like FireFox and Google Chrome. 

A big part of the problem with IE is its lack of html and css standards, security permission problems, and not working in Linux.  IE9 has forced us to make h...

Windows Rot


During the normal lifespan of a computer you can expect to install, then probably uninstall, dozens of programs, hundreds of Windows updates, and who knows how many registry edits. After all of this is done your computer is significantly different from when it was fresh out of the box. All of these changes affect the formula of how Microsoft intended Windows to operate, and often not for the better. This process is called Windows rot, which is simply the process of a Windows computer slowing dow...

The End of XP or is IT?


As most of us know Windows XP will stop support on April 8th, 2014.  This operating system had a good 14-year run and will still keep going until some systems finally suffer from hardware failure.  Do you need a new computer now? Probably not.  Here is a list of questions with answers that should fit your needs.



Do I need to update to Windows 7?  If your computer is at least a dual-core processor and has 4GB of RAM then you should.  Your computer can handle it and...