Where is the best place to buy music that will A. allow me to move the files without file restrictions B. give me the highest quality and C. have the files be an easy to use standard format, ideally MP3 over AAC.
Hi. I have an HP Touchsmart with Windows 7 preinstalled. But I also have a Dell Dimension 5150 upstairs I want to install Windows 7 on. Is their any way? Thanks.
Looking for a new keyboard for up at work and ideally I would like to have a Bluetooth wireless keyboard that I could bind to both my Windows 7 laptop as well as my iPad and then toggle back and forth between the two as needed. Effectively I am looking for something similar to the new Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 (http://www.logitech.com/en-us/keyboards/keyboards... solution, but for Windows. Any ideas?
I was just wondering if there is a good software that would allow me to create a database of my blu-ray and dvd movies. Some of my movies have been already archived using handbrake and so forth. The software that i am seeking actually would prevent me from buying a movie twice :) .
Well, I think the title says it all.
The software will have to be able to run on Windows 7 and, if it matters, the SD card utilizes a FAT32 file system.
Any help would be great, thanks!
It takes a long time to turn back on from sleep mode (about 5-10 min). The screen is black, but the buttons are lit and I can hear the fans. Eventually the welcome screen will come up and everything is normal from there. Computer is fast, no glitching,etc. Also, I should mention that my caps lock light and number lock light flash every 4 seconds. Maybe that has some importance. Thanks for helping
I'm in possession of a Windows Phone Mango Device, an Xbox 360, and a BlackBerry Playbook (It was a gift, don't judge me). What I want to know is if I am better off using a service like Spotify which has no proprietary requirements or should I go totally Microsoft and get a Zune Pass? Either way I am looking for a Spotify-like service to phase out iTunes or Zune music purchasing.
I was looking into buying a separate laptop for Windows Phone development since I have a Mac, and am not interested in running a virtualization of Windows. I am wanting a sub-700 dollar laptop with reasonably good specs and preferably a 15" or larger display.
NFC seems like a cool new tech and I've already go plans to try it out using stickers to trigger certain functions about the house, but is it possible to transfer data between my Galaxy Nexus and my Windows 7 PC?
I've been inspired by HP's Envy 14 Spectre, and was wondering if there are any chips or peripherals available. I've found USB readers/writers, but they don't seem to have the same function.
I'm thinking of setting up a Bootcamp partition to use with Steam since some of my games are not OSX compatible. Most of the stuff I play is lower resource indie stuff so I wont be looking for high end graphics, just a more compatible platform my steam library. If you've done this what have been your results with using this method?
I'm looking for a diary/journal app that can be synced across multiple platforms (OS X, iOS, Android, Windows). So far, I only find the app "Day One" that has at least syncing across OS X and iOS via dropbox. Any other suggestions?
I'm looking to build a small-form-factor PC to coexist with an Apple Thunderbolt display; any recommendations for the video card with mini-displayport video output?
How about a mini-ATX motherboard? I'm looking to use a Fractal Design Mini case.