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How to Fix the “d3dx9_42.dll Error” You Get Playing Classic Games Like EverQuest

Whenever you play a game on Windows PC or laptop, Microsoft DirectX handles most of the tasks in game programming. d3dx9_43.dll is just one of the files in DirectX. But if this file goes missing, you may end up in...

Windows XP end of support: what it means for users

Technology giant Microsoft officially cut off any further support for their Windows XP operating system in April this year. IT News Africa posed a number of questions to Rotimi Olumide, Microsoft’s Sub-Saharan Africa Windows Lead on Windows XP, about...

End of Windows XP support signals threat to enterprises

End of support for Windows XP which was scheduled for April 8 has exposed many businesses to security breaches as vulnerabilities are made public, but patches are no longer available. Any vulnerabilities found in Windows XP will not be...

Windows XP support officially comes to an end

Microsoft  has officially pulled the plug on Windows XP support, and as of yesterday there will be no more updates, or free and paid support for the PC operating system. Windows XP was released in 2001 and quickly established a broad...
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Safeguard Introduces a Wireless Alarm, Controlled by Phone

Safeguard Security has introduced an exciting new security alarm system that is wireless, easy to use, operated from your...
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