Don't-Miss Windows 7 Stories
Next January, Microsoft will end mainstream support for Windows 7. But relax. That won't be end of the popular operating system.
Windows 7 Starter was an intentionally crippled operating system. Fortunately, you don’t have to keep it.
Do you regret buying that Windows 8 (or 8.1) computer? Here’s what you can do about it.
You can still buy or build a PC with Windows 7, or possibly downgrade from Windows 8. It just takes a little extra legwork.
Pdf previews were once built into Windows’ file manager, but not anymore. Here’s how to get them back.
Acharya1987's C: drive is running out of space. I offer my suggestions, as does the Answer Line forum.
What happens when you get up and walk away from your PC? I answer a reader's question about setting Windows to secure itself and save power when not in use.
Arcticsid knows he can't continue using Windows XP. He asked the Windows forum about upgrading to Windows 7 rather than Windows 8.
Aris Cristian doesn't mind friends using his PC, but he worries that they might damage Windows or his files.
John P. wants to continue playing a game he bought when running Windows 98
A free utility tweaks the Windows ISO image file, thus letting you install whatever version matches your product key.
BearPup sometimes wants to open a file in one program, and other times open it in another. He asked the Answer Line forum for an easy way to do this.
Windows 8 isn't all about the live tiles and gesture control. The new OS is filled with nuts-and-bolts improvements, and you can get them all in Windows 7 with a little work.