On this day in 1995, Windows 95 was released. Windows 95 included new features such as the taskbar and start menu, and it was the first version of Windows to run as its own operating system, rather than on top of MS-DOS. It was also the first 32-bit, rather than 16-bit, Windows operating system. SupportContinue reading “Happy 25th birthday to Windows 95!”
Windows 7 support ended on the 14th January 2020. To be fair, we should all be on Windows 10 by now or if your PC can’t run it or you want a free alternative, Linux. But those who rely on Windows applications and can’t afford to upgrade are left on Windows 7. It’s important toContinue reading “What will happen when Google Chrome stops supporting Windows 7?”
Now that Windows 7 support has ended, you may have been looking at Windows 10 upgrade options. Microsoft have been recommending you buy a new PC with the OS preinstalled rather than upgrade your existing PC even if it meets the hardware requirements. But why?
A lot of us are currently running Windows 10 on our PCs. Since it was released in 2015, Windows 10 has proved a good OS for not just PCs but IoT devices, tablets, and even phones despite the death of Windows 10 Mobile last month. We all should be running Windows 10 at the momentContinue reading “Evolution of Windows – From DOS to Windows 10: Part 1”
If you pay attention to tech news and security notices, you’ll know Microsoft have ended support for Windows 7, Vista, and XP by now. To be honest by now, we should all be running Windows 10 after Microsoft gave us a year to prepare to move away from 7. Microsoft recommend that you buy aContinue reading “Got an old Windows PC incapable of upgrading to Windows 10? Never fear, Linux is here!”
On the 30th January 2007, Microsoft released Windows Vista. This version of Windows included a major overhaul to the system UI but also was very buggy which is why Windows 7 was released two years later which was much more stable. Windows Vista was NOT a free upgrade, unlike Windows 10 which was free forContinue reading “Yesterday 13 years ago, Microsoft released Windows Vista”
Now you can download the new SeaSurf Installer that installs ECG SeaSurf 2017 Update Pack 2 onto your PC. It is free to install but you must accept the terms. The terms aren’t very time-consuming and they seem fair to me. The guide to fix rendering problems will be updated soon. In the meantime, I would recommendContinue reading “Meet the new SeaSurf Installer for Windows”
Do you hate it when Windows automatically installs updates and reboots when you are in the middle of something?
Hey guys! Here I will show you how to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10, 8.1 or 8. First, you will need a freshly formatted USB Drive. To Format a USB Drive in Windows, just open File Manager, then right click on the USB Drive in the corner and click Format. Format the USB Drive asContinue reading “How to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10/8.1/8”
ECG SeaSurf for Windows Build 1 End of Support.