October 16, 2012

How to Dual-boot Windows 7 and 8

Rick Broida, PC World


AP Photo

Windows 8 is coming. Although you may not be jumping for joy at this fact, I'll wager you're at least a little curious. Could the new OS make your computing life any better? Is the new interface a boon, or more of a boondoggle?

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: how to, Windows 8

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 10, 2012
Ways to Make Your Android Phone Smarter
Katherine Boehret, WSJ
This week, I gathered 10 tricks that could make using an Android device easier and more enjoyable. Since only a handful of devices currently run the latest Android operating system, known as Jelly Bean, I focused on features that... more ››
October 12, 2012
Use Google to Shrink Your Phone Bill
JR Raphael, Computerworld
Part of the way I get my bill so low is by using a low-minutes plan and utilizing free Google services for the majority of my voice calls. To be clear, you don't have to go the low-minutes route in order for prepaid to pay off,... more ››
October 12, 2012
OS Wars: Windows 8 vs. Ubunto
Mayank Sharma, Tech Radar
When Windows 8 is released on 26 October, it will be the third straight time a major Windows version is launched close to the release of arguably the world's most popular Linux distro - Ubuntu. Ubuntu and Canonical have come a... more ››
October 12, 2012
Windows 8: The Unanswered Questions
Jared Newman, PC World
Despite the looming October 26 launch date of Windows 8, a handful of questions about Microsoft's next operating system remain. Some are big, some are small, but all should be relevant to hard-core PC users who have decided to... more ››
October 13, 2012
Looking to Install Windows 8? Read On
Ed Bott, ZDNet
With Windows 8, Microsoft has reduced the number of editions it's selling. In theory, that makes the buying and upgrading process easier than it was before. But easier is not the same as easy. There are still plenty of gotchas in... more ››