Why did Microsoft name Windows as Windows?

Answer I don't know whether this is a just a stupid question but i will try to answer it any way :)I would say that it was because windows was the first operating system that allowed operators to carry o... Read More »

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How to Install Microsoft Windows Vista/ Windows 7 using a USB 2.0 Flash Drive?

For users who own a computer without an optical disc drive such as a netbook or laptop, installing a Microsoft Windows operating system can be achieved with the use of a USB 2.0 flash drive. To ins... Read More »

Will Microsoft Office for Windows XP work on Windows Vista?

The Microsoft Office for the Windows XP operating system will work on Windows Vista. Windows Vista will support versions of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 Office Suites and the 2010 Office Suites, ac... Read More »

Where does Microsoft Windows 2003 go when Windows 2007 is installed?

If Office 2007 overwrites Office 2003, it removes the older suite from your computer. You can, however, run the versions concurrently, though Microsoft doesn't recommend it. Simply choose a differe... Read More »

Is Windows Media P;layer 10 compatible with Microsoft Windows XP?

Windows Media Player 10 is compatible with Windows XP operating systems. Specifically, Windows Media Player 10 works with the Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Media Cent... Read More »