Category Archives: Windows 7 support

Enabling Windows Script Host In Windows 7

Windows Script Host is one of the features in Windows 7 that helps in running small java scripts and Microsoft Visual Basic scripts. Files with extensions such as .VBS, .JSE and .WSF are executed by the Default Windows installations in association with Windows Script Host. In order to prevent the user from installing or running […]

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Windows 8 Gets New Safe Functions, But Not Windows 7

Microsoft has always been very keen in releasing updates for their products and software so that they will work without any flaws and problems. According to Joseph Moti, a security researcher, by releasing some patches only to its latest operating system Windows 8, the tech giant has made Windows 7 a lot more exposed. Moti […]

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Microsoft Warns People About The Nearing End Of Windows 7 Mainstream Support

Windows XP stopped receiving security updates from Microsoft from 8th of April this year. The decision had created huge public outcry from many parts of the world, especially from the third world countries where more than 90 percent of the PCs are powered by the operating system. Now, the tech giant has released another report […]

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An Overview Of Windows Home Server

You may have heard of the Windows Home servers. The Windows Home Server supports shadow copies on the external hard drive of the user. As the Windows 7 stores its shadow copies on the boot drive, if a Windows 7 drive fails, the shadow copies are also lost. Fortunately, the Windows Home Server will be […]

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Installing A Printer In Windows 7

In the Windows 7 operating system, it is very easy to install a local printer. The operating system will do most of the installation job for the user. It will do the tasks from recognizing the printer to installation of the necessary drivers. Unlike the previous versions of the Windows operating system, it is better […]

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Windows 7 Users Should Install The April Patch To Receive Future IE Updates

Microsoft has a habit of classifying some of their updates as critical and making its installation compulsory for receiving future updates. They did it with service package updates for Windows XP and Windows Vista, and now, they are applying the same policy for Internet Explorer in Windows 7. The April update for Internet Explorer classified […]

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Internet Explorer 11 Now Available For Windows 7 OS

The touch friendly interface of the Windows 8 OS is such a big leap from the previous versions of the Windows OSs that many of the computer users chose to stick with the Windows 7 OS. It seems that Microsoft is not leaving those holdouts behind. They have now released a version of the Internet […]

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Resetting The Wireless Adapter

Does your WiFi signal keep dropping unexpectedly? Or have you lost the range of the signal you’d been using? There are many reasons that cause these issues to occur. The most prominent caused would be a driver problem with your WiFi card, or there might be something wrong with the WiFi router you are currently […]

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Learn How To Add Firewall Exception For Programs In Windows 7

With the launch of Windows 7, Windows Firewall has become more powerful and yet more flexible and user-friendly than its previous versions. Many of its shortcomings have been rectified and upgraded with more features, so as to provide maximum protection for your computer. It helps protect your computer from hackers, and other malicious programs. In […]

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Tutorial To Add A USB Four-Port Hub To Windows 7

If you are a computer user who needs to work with multiple peripheral devices, you might find the number of USB ports on your system inconvenient. Follow the instructions below, given by the excellent Windows 7 support team, if you want to add a USB port hub on your computer. Adding one will ensure that […]

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