Have you ever paid attention to this logo Windows 7 ? Though the word "TM" (means TradeMark) is present at the lower left corner, its basically created for symbolizing pirated version of Windows 7 ! It is present everywhere, If you do a search with the keywords "Windows 7 logo" in Google search, it will yield the following results: The first result comes is of that Pirated Windows 7 … [Read more...]
Explanation of different terms used for computer hardware, computer software and in the Internet.
This is one of the most common question I face when one friend is going to buy or upgrade to new computer. OEM Windows 7 is the copy of Microsoft Windows 7 that comes as pre-installed on the PC (whether it is laptop or desktop) you are buying. OEM stands for Original System Manufacturer. The cost of OEM Windows 7 is far less than the Retail copy. The reason behind it is, the PC manufacturer … [Read more...]
It is said that Windows 7 (or Windows operating system as a whole) is "overpriced". It is often used as to show the "reason" to use cracked Copy of Windows 7. Let us discuss about this whole matter as well as the risk associated with using a cracked copy. Firstly, it is never morally good to use an item without the permission of the owner, which is not yours. in other words, it is a theft. Have … [Read more...]
Its necessary to clean up your Windows PC for running it properly. This term clean up can be broadened to Software side and Hardware Side. Software side It is needed to clean the Junk files, temporary files, invalid registry keys (those are generated from improperly uninstalled softwares) and yes security side should be included too. Its advisable to use Disk Cleanup utility that comes naively … [Read more...]
On 21 July 1980 Jack Sams, head of the Software side of IBM's secret personal computer project, contacts Microsoft and on 22 July 1980 they meet with Gates and Ballmer in Redmond. Gates & Ballmer immediately agree to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Without tipping its hand, the IBM people were interested in seeing if Microsoft could deliver the software they needed and whether they were … [Read more...]