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Windows XP, Vista, 7: When DEP Prevents Apps From Starting

20 January 2010
Tuning your computer does not always lead to the desired result. Sometimes, your computer has more problems after tuning than it had before. For example, wrong tuning measures can cause that programs do not start anymore but you only see the error message “Data Execution Prevention.” Use the following work-around to launch the program nevertheless.

Windows and You: By an ordinary user (Technogran)

25 October 2009
Welcome to a new series on this blog. Windows and You will feature how people deal with and think about Microsoft Windows. It gives an insight what you like most in Windows as well as what you want to see in the next version. Let’s start the series with Technogran, an avid Windows user already running Windows 7.

Windows 7 is out. What now?

23 October 2009
Windows 7 is generally available since yesterday. Never have the expectations for a new operating system been as high as this time, as we as end users have never been integrated into finding ideas for a new Windows, like we have this time. On top of that, Windows Vista has moved to the storage siding and is called a big flop by some people. Surely expectations climb up then - can Windows 7 embrace them?