Windows-7-devices

How To : Connect a Windows Mobile Device to a Computer

Connecting your new smartphone gadget to your desktop isn't just connecting these products with a USB cord. It is important to sync them to allow the transfer of data from your smartphone to your computer and vice-versa. This is desired if you wish to transfer information incl ...more

How To : Play Nintendo games on Windows Mobile devices

Want to play old school Nintendo on your Windows Mobile devices, such as smartphones? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to install the NES emulator on that Windows Mobile electronic touchscreen device. Just sync up your cell phone, and download the software off of th ...more

News : How I Got Started with the HoloLens & NextReality

If you've been following NextReality, you've surely seen me around, or at least have seen my articles. My name is Jason Odom, aka Subere23, and it's about time for a formal introduction. My background primarily falls in the computer game industry, and I have co-owned a small ...more

How To : Install a custom ROM on a Windows Mobile device

Interested in loading a custom ROM onto a Windows Mobile Device running Windows Mobile 6? This clip will teach you everything you need to know. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this mobile phone hacker's guide can present a complete overview of the process in about seven minu ...more

How To : Design an application for a Windows Mobile device

In this free video lesson from Microsoft, you'll learn how to approach designing an application for a Windows Mobile device. For more information, including a detailed overview, and to get started designing and creating your own custom Windows Mobile apps, watch this video gui ...more

News : Kaspersky Offs Two Ransomware Strains

According to security firm Kaspersky Lab, CoinVault and Bitcryptor ransomware are officially dead. "Kaspersky Lab has added an additional 14,031 decryption keys to the free repository noransom.kaspersky.com, enabling all those who have fallen victim to CoinVault and Bitcrypto ...more

How To : 10 Free Apps Every Windows 10 User Should Have

Windows 10 has proved to be immensely popular (free upgrades certainly don't hurt), and with back to school time, there's a good chance you have a new computer running Microsoft's latest OS. You maybe you decided to go with a clean installation rather than an upgrade, or just ...more

How To : Create a Restore Point in Windows 8

Restoring your computer to a previous point is an extremely important thing if something goes wrong. I've restored my computer at least a dozen times after downloading some suspicious software or running into an error I couldn't remedy on my own. A restore point should be cre ...more

News : How to Hail a Ride in Uber's Official Windows 10 App

Windows 10 universal apps are actually pretty awesome—regardless of if you're using a desktop, laptop, tablet, or convertible, the same app automatically scales up or down to suit your device. Definitely cool, but the Windows Store is pretty bare-bones as it stands, so the dow ...more

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