Windows 7 has hundreds of exciting keyboard shortcuts. You can dock windows, flip through programs, and open your favorite applications by selecting the Windows logo key in combination with one or more keys. For example, pressing the Windows logo key with the M key (WIN+M) will minimize all windows. Similarly, pressing the WIN+SHIFT+M keys simultaneously restores minimized windows. Here are ten keyboard shortcuts every Windows 7 user must know.
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When games began to hit the Internet in waves, it was only a matter of time before people remembered the games of youth and longed to play them again. When this longing first hit, there were few ways to play a cherished childhood game. Many years later, the Internet is a booming resource for retro gaming. There are simulators that simulate retro games, people that have written programs to allow you to play a knock-off of the original game, and in some cases, you can even play the original game thanks to its creators.
One of the best steps a computer user can do to improve their computer’s performance is adding more RAM. RAM, or random access memory, functions as a temporary storage unit for the thousands of processes a computer executes. More RAM means the computer can store and retrieve more information at a time, making performance smoother.
Google’s Android software has grown into an extremely successful mobile platform. Many users enjoy the freedom associated with owning an Android phone. Since it is an open-source platform, anyone with the technical know-how is free to view, edit, or even modify the Android source code. This has given developers a lot of freedom to develop their own applications, and there are certainly many great applications out there. If you want to give Android a test drive, but aren’t quite ready to buy a device running it, you can run Android apps on your Windows PC to see what it has to offer you.