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Brooke M Perry's Articles in Operating Systems

  • Working with System Restore Facility
    When you are working on your Linux operating system, it is easier to make numerous system choices. For example, you have installed the latest version of Ubuntu operating system but do not like it. You can easily revert to system restore in your Linux system. This ease of use is what makes it easy to work with, without hassles.
  • Is RAM Necessary for Every Operating System?
    RAM, which stands for Random Access Memory, is an important form of computer data storage that is responsible for running all the current processes that youíre currently viewing on your PC. Allowing your data items to be read and written.
  • Five Reasons WhyYou ShouldNotImmediatelyUpgrade to iOS 8
    The iOS 8 has been rolled out last month and itís fresh in the market. Those who have bought the new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus are surely excited but the excitement is no less among the iOS7 users. They are also waiting to upgrade to iOS 8 as soon as possible. But is it wise to immediately upgrade to iOS 8?
  • 5 Ways to Fix Windows 8.1 Upgrade Issues
    Microsoft bagged the limelight in 2013 by introducing Windows 8 with touch-enabled user-interface (UI) however, the OS somehow failed to gain much popularity amongst users because of the confusing tiled desktop and missing ĎStartí button.
  • Is The Loss of Windows XP a Gain For Windows 8.1?
    On April 8, 2014 Microsoft officially announced the end of XP support. This means that now onwards the Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003 users will not receive any more updates or support for their OS and software suite.
  • How to Make an Administrator User Account in Windows 8?
    To set up Windows operating system (OS) in a new computer, an account is to be created. This account is called Administrator Account. Usually, the vendor who sets up Windows in your system creates this account and itís the account through which you log into your new bought computer.
  • How Windows 8 Can Protect Your PC Better Than Other Operating Systems?
    The launch of Windows 8 is probably the most talked of technology news in 2012. Windows 8 has been launched by Microsoft on October 26, 2012 globally to make another addition to the list of operating systems (OS) introduced by the tech giant so far.
  • Getting Rid of Annoying Icons in Windows 7 Notification Area: Learn How to Customize It
    The lower right hand side of the Windows 7 taskbar houses the notification area or system tray, as it is popularly known. There are several icons on this tray which often clutters it up. Some of these icons are required on a regular basis while others have sporadic usage. Many such old and unnecessary icons tend to populate the notification area.
  • Internet Explorer (IE) 10: Features to Look Forward To
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 is the latest version of the IE browser which would be released along with Windows 8 in the months to follow. The Redmond based company has been working on IE 10 to give users an enriched browsing experience, quite unlike its predecessors. Although Microsoft has not revealed much about its features,
  • Macs Become More Secured With the Latest Apple OS - OS X Mountain Lion
    Inspired by its smartphone counterpart, OS X Mountain Lion from Apple brings in a bevy of new features to desktops and laptops. It will be available to users July onwards from the Mac app store at a price of $20. You can now mount your Mac on a gaming console, get notifications and do a lot more with features like iCloud, iMessages and Siri. Securi
  • Are You Irritated By Internet Video Ads While Browsing? Learn How To Block Them
    What could be more disgusting than boring ads flashing up when you are about to watch your favorite video on YouTube? Video advertisements are always an unwanted interlude that spoils the mood.

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