In older versions of Windows the Title Bar used to display your current location in the file system. In Windows 8 this is not the default behavior, however, you can enable it if you wish to.
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Now that Windows 8 Enterprise is available to the public as a 90-day evaluation and Windows 8 Pro is available for Microsoft TechNet subscribers, we decided to collect links to the Windows 8 articles we’ve published since the release of the Developer Preview.
Doorways can lead to many places such as homes, gardens, outdoors, and magical realms of the imagination just to name a few. See where these doorways will lead you on your desktop with the first in our series of Doorways Wallpaper collections.
Microsoft’s new Outlook.com is the successor to Hotmail – all Hotmail users will eventually be migrated to Outlook.com. Outlook.com is a modern webmail system that offers some useful features, including some not found in Gmail.
In Windows 8 there is no obvious way of checking how much space each Metro app is taking up–the option is actually hidden away in PC settings, read on to find out how to access it.
Are you looking for a new nature theme for your desktop? Then make your desktop hum with perfection using the Hummingbirds Theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with eleven images featuring the wonderful photographic work of Desiree Skatvold.
It’s easy to pin apps and folders to the Metro Start screen in Windows 8. What about your favorite websites? Windows 7 allows you to pin websites to the Taskbar. It’s also easy to pin your favorite websites to the Windows 8 Metro Start screen.
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