guest post Archive

Guest Post – How to securely log on to Windows 8

This is a Guest Post Author Bio: Phil Capman has 23 Years RAF/MoD experience as a Chief Technician. 5 years experience as a  military instructor and 5 years as a Microsoft Certified Trainer delivering Microsoft and CompTia training courses.

Guest Post – Auslogics updates Disk Defrag Pro to version 4.2 with full Windows 8 support

This is a guest post by Auslogics Software Auslogics Software, the company behind one of the most popular defragmenters – Auslogics Disk Defrag, has just released a major update to the professional version of this software –

Guest Post – Windows 8 Glitch 3 – Stuffed up product key registration

This is a guest post by John Campbell. Unlike Windows 7, Windows 8 Pro no longer includes Windows 8 Media Center. Before the end of January 2013, you need to take advantage of Microsoft’s offer of the

Guest Post – Windows 8 Installation Glitches

This is a guest post by John Campbell Following the launch of Windows 8 I downloaded and installed Windows 8 on my computers. Both installations ran smoothly until I found I had two conflicting problems. The first

My thoughts on the Samsung vs Apple trial

So Apple won. I won’t go into my conspiracy theory about how this trial may have been doomed for Samsung from the beginning, I’ll just write a simple article about my thoughts of the outcome. What do

A response to Gabe Newell’s new complaint on Windows 8

This is a guest post by Robert Kegel. Gabe Newell is at it again. Last time he seemed scared that Windows 8 would cut into Steams business. Now he thinks people are going to hate it? Make

Touchscreens Everywhere – A Guest Post

The following is a guest post by Robert Kegel. In a recent article by Onuora Amobi wrote “Steve Ballmer has an 80 inch Windows 8 Tablet in his office” he quotes Microsoft’s VP Frank Shaw in saying

What I’d like to see in Windows 8 – Robert Kegel

This is a guest post written by Robert Kegel. I’ve been using Windows 8 since the Developers Preview and its made some nice changes. Here are a few things I think Microsoft would have to add to help

Guest Post: Desktop Users – Stop Complaining About Windows 8

If there is one overabundant area of comments and criticisms about Windows 8, it is undoubtedly about the desktop user’s mouse and keyboard experience on Windows 8. So many people – many of whom probably haven’t even

Guest Post: Basics for Working with DVD Video

On a typical day I usually receive around 5-7 emails about how to do a certain DVD burning tasks. To me these are simple answers and over the years I just assumed that the answers I was