Windows Log On Log Off Loop

Over the past few months I have seen an overwhelming increase to malicious software infection – including on Windows 7 machines. One of the more common errors now-a-days seems to be that when you attempt the removal of the malicious software you get what is now affectionately known as the “Windows Log On / Log …

Part 3: Security Enhancements with Win7

I have many enterprise professionals and even average consumers who ask me daily, “How can I be most secure in my daily computing?” The answer is simple: Windows 7. We’ve all heard it, “Windows 7 is the most secure and advanced operating system available today.” Okay, it’s easy to say that, but where is the …

Part 2. Why migrate?

I realize, first off, that I need to get better about updating this. Which, I promise any readers I still have – I will do.   As promised, part 2 will focus on a deeper segment into the Networking and Security available through the use of Windows 7. For the average consumer and home user …

Windows 7…why migrate? Part 1

Part 1. I realize I am long overdue for a blog post — my apologies. I’ve had many clients ask me — “Windows XP works great. Why fix what isn’t broken?” First off — they are right. Windows XP isn’t broken. However, Windows 7 also isn’t a fix.

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For those of you currently on Windows 7 — what do you think of the theme packs? This is the one I’m currently using. http://www.window7theme.com/2009/11/windows-7-cg/ Also, what are some of your favorite features? What do you not like? Let’s get talking! Jessica