It may have taken longer than some would have expected, but Microsoft's Windows 10 is now being used by more people than its most popular predecessor, Windows 7.
Apple's iPhone X running iOS 11 has been hacked to run Microsoft's Windows 7 desktop operating system. Here are the details on it.
Bypass Microsoft's Windows Update block on Windows 7 and 8.1 on certain CPUs using this hack. Here are the details on it.
Here's a step by step guide on how to uninstall or downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 8.1 or 7 on your PC. Windows 10 may be a good release, but it is not without its problems. Thankfully you can use these instructions to downgrade/uninstall back to older version of Windows.
The Windows 10 upgrade automatically downloads itself to Windows 8 and 7. You can disable it if you don't want it eating up your limited Internet package, here's a step-by-step guide on how.
Here's how you can get back Windows 7 style Start menu in Windows 10 with Start10. Features include reintroducing the Search bar back into the Start menu, as well as adding back the quick links to the core system functionality that has been removed as part of Windows 10. Start10 also brings back the good old "All Programs" menu, which has been a preference for a large portion of users, but was taken away after Windows 7.
Do you use Windows 7 on your Mac via Boot Camp? Depending on which hardware you buy next, that may be a bit of a problem. Read on further for more details.
Here's how you can download official Windows 7 ISO file (x86 / x64) from Microsoft completely legally. More details on how to do so can be found here.
Tutorial on how to set or run animated screensaver as desktop wallpaper on Windows 8 or Windows 7. True, it's nothing new thanks to the fact that the trick of having a screensaver as a wallpaper has been around for some years, but we'd forgotten all about it and, we're willing to guess, so have you. It's really so simple that everyone should be at least giving it a try.
The iOS 7 theme for Windows 8 (and 7) is intended to emulate the look of Apple's mobile operating system, but because of the nature of Windows being a desktop-like environment (despite the recent touch-based support), it arguably appears more similar to OS X. Not that this is a bad thing though. The folks behind this skin seem to have found a nice balance between the two, and considering how Apple is also in the process of amalgamating its two key ecosystems, the crossover doesn't come as much of a surprise.