Windows 2011 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Windows Articles for 2011

How to Download Microsoft Windows 7 for Free

There are times when you need a copy of Windows on hand to accomplish something. You might need to install a new Windows component, or boot to the OS disc[...]

The Wait for 8: How to Download Windows 8 for Free and Install via USB/DVD

Windows 8 is Microsoft's next generation operating system. As we've seen, it's promising to change the look and feel of PCs, with its elegant Metro stylings and stunning new Start[...]

Lenovo Essential H320 Desktop Review

Just as Lenovo inches up on Apple's heels in the all-in-one market comes the release of their new small form factor consumer desktop, the H320. Focused on providing a solid[...]

Dell Inspiron Zino HD Review (Late 2010 Update)

Dell's little box that could has been humming along for a year now, offering Windows users a similar experience to the one that Mac Mini buyers have enjoyed. Replete with[...]

HP TouchSmart 620 3D Review: HP’s New 3D, Multitouch King

This morning, HP unveiled the all-new TouchSmart 620 all-in-one computer. The 620 builds upon its predecessor with some impressive new features: a 3D-capable, 120Hz display and twin webcams. But is[...]

The Wait for 8: Easier Install in View for Coming Windows 8

One of the biggest problems when it comes to installing Windows, whether on old or new PCs, is how long and invasive the setup process can be. With the[...]

How to Instant Boot Chrome OS

Remember all of those computers and motherboards shipped with some variant of an "instant-on OS"? The concept was developed because a lot of people felt that Microsoft's Windows OS took[...]

Windows 8 App Store Officially Announced

It shouldn't come as a surprise to, well, anyone with a lick of sense, but Microsoft Windows President Steven Sinofsky confirmed the existence of a Windows App Store in a[...]

Microsoft Shows Off Windows 8: New Start Menu, New Media Center

It hit the rounds recently that Microsoft would not include the critically favorable Windows Media Center in the upcoming version of their insanely popular operating system. Microsoft exec Stephen Sinofsky[...]

Windows 8 Might Play Your Xbox Games

There's been code unearthed by an Italian Windows 8 rumor site that suggests something very interesting. Deep within the kernel code are a couple of lines, referencing Microsoft's Xbox 360[...]

Eyes-on with Pluribus: HP’s Amazing 3D Technology

This year at CES, HP showed off an impressive new technology at the Earth, Wind and Fire concert they organized in partnership with Monster. Code-named "Pluribus" (the Latin roughly translates[...]

EXO PC to Offer 40-inch Multitouch Desk in 2012

EXO PC has become known for their intriguing touch-oriented user interface, designed to be run on top of Windows 7 tablets. The company has one such product to its name,[...]

Your Face Will Log on to Windows 8

From the beginning, Microsoft has said that they wanted to include and take advantage of much of Kinect's functionality by bringing it to computers running Windows. As the release date[...]

New Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS Brings Personal Clouds to Small Busines

We caught a sneak peek of Western Digital's Sentinel DX4000 a few weeks ago at IDF, where the company demoed it to developers in stealth mode. Now, the curtain has[...]

Buffalo Adds Windows Storage for SMBs While Staying True to Linux Users

Buffalo Technology, world market leader in consumer NAS (network-attached storage), plans to continue producing low-cost, high-powered storage for home offices. Yet new TeraStation Pro products -- the company's first[...]

This is Windows 8

This, friends, is Windows 8 Or at least, it's the next generation of Microsoft's Windows operating system. The company made a point of saying that "Windows 8" is just the[...]

Microsoft Windows 7 Sells 400 Millionth Copy

Just a little over a year ago, we were talking about the rapid success of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system. That success? A whopping 150 million copies sold. In the[...]

Microsoft Windows 8 to Beta This Week?

Microsoft's BUILD conference debuts this week, out in sunny California. While there will no doubt be discussion on a number of Microsoft's properties, only one thing is at the front[...]

Microsoft to Introduce Kinect for Windows Tomorrow

While many like to criticize Microsoft for spending a lot of money and not achieving much with it, it's hard to deny that the Kinect story is anything but an[...]

Microsoft Marks Google Chrome as Trojan, Deletes it From Users’ PCs

Sometime yesterday morning, Microsoft issued a flawed security update to its free Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) product. MSE, often considered to outperform rivals that charge a fee for their products,[...]