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Default Common Windows 7 Problems and How to Fix Them

So you refuse to give up your beloved Windows 7 for the newfangled Windows 8.1, but after all of the updates and fixes over the years, you still experience exasperating problems that you would love to fix. Check out several quick fixes for recurring problems that still haunt Windows 7. For the most part, at least; the OS has to work with an incredible variety of apps and hardware, so problems do crop up. Here are some of the most common, and how to fix them.

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