You can download Windows versions 7, 8.1, and 10 from legitimate sources. If you have a legal retail product key, this could be your replacement media.
We’re often given the opportunity to download a file from the internet, be it pictures, music, ebooks, programs, and more. The assumption is that you know how. If you don’t, I’ll show you.
You can Run a download or you can Save it, or you can even Save and Run it. I’ll review what Run and Save each really mean.
Downloading a file from the internet is easy – typically just a click or two. But knowing and controlling where downloads go takes a little more effort.
Are you finding mysterious downloads coming into your computer? It may be nothing sinister. But on the other hand… we’d better check the source.
Online video is becoming more and more popular, but it often assumes you have a fast connection. If you don’t, video playback can be affected.
When it’s important that you save several things for the day disaster strikes and you need to reinstall downloaded programs. I’ll look at what you need to save to prepare for the worst.
Some ISPs are taking a more aggressive position to stop illegal file sharing. Your ISP can see a lot, including the fact that you are filesharing.
Files cannot be checked for viruses before being downloaded, but there are precautions you can and should take.