I'm still using 7 on one of my desktops. I have ESET Internet Security and Malwarebytes Pro version. Am I concerned? NO! You can do a quick check here at GRC Sheilds Up: https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
THE EQUIPMENT AT THE TARGET IP ADDRESS
DID NOT RESPOND TO OUR UPnP PROBES!
OK I finally got it fixed. He had a hidden tool bar, so once I deleted that it now looks normal. I also fixed the language by during off "input indicator". https://www.top-password.com/blog/hide- ... indows-10/
I've never seen this before and I have no idea how to fix it. It's my father-in-laws Dell laptop. It was running 7 and he wanted to upgrade it to 10. After the upgrade, it still looks like the pic on the right side - the task bar. I can't move or change anything. I then installed Open Shell and...
The thing that is really stupid are the new versions every 6 months. Just when they start to fix the bugs, a new version is released that causes all kinds of issues. It would be nice if they waited a full year to release a new version and not force it down your throats for the update. I think...
Yeah I can't wait until I get tired of gaming so I can ditch windows. I already have a laptop with Linux Mint 20. I actually started with 17 but now I'm up to 20 with a fresh install on an old Thinkpad T60. I have it setup running VB with Windows 7.
I agree with B00nie. I have Linux Mint 20 installed on a older Lenovo Thinkpad laptop. Works great especially if used a SSD as a boot device. If you need a Windows app from the past, you can install Wine and run the app from that. I have installed Office 2003 and 2007 using Wine.
Until they started to screw with the 7 & 8 user base with telemetry and crap in 2015. Your best bet if you have to reinstall it is to avoid all updates and do them manually. https://www.askwoody.com/forums/topic/2000003-ongoing-list-of-group-b-monthly-updates-for-win7-and-8-1/
Windows 10 will automatically disable its own Windows Defender antivirus when you install third-party antivirus. If you uninstall the third-party protection, Windows 10 will turn back on its own antivirus.
I rather by sure by using a...