Google Getting Ready To Release The 64-Bit Version Of Chrome For Windows Users

If you are running a 64-bit version of Windows on your computer and love to use Google Chrome in it, then here is good news for you. Google has decided to release the 64-bit version of the program to Windows 64-bit customers. According to a blog post, Will Harris, a software engineer says, “64-bit Chrome … Read more

Windows 7 Mainstream Support Ends On January 2015

After the end of extended support for Windows XP operating system this April, Microsoft is getting ready to end the mainstream support for its all time favorite operating system, Windows 7. However, according to Windows online support center, users will still be able to receive updates for the operating system until it reaches the final … Read more

Adding Applications To The Windows Context Menu

Many a times, while using your computer that runs on the Windows operating system, you may want to clean up your Windows desktop icons and taskbar. Cleaning up your Windows desktop is necessary because a desktop that contains numerous icons can only make you confused. You would also have a hard time locating a specific … Read more