In tech news this week — Alleging that Facebook was misleading and being unfair to users the FTC announced an agreement that requires the company to respect more its users privacy, and now the social network giant has to be more transparent in its privacy policies. To learn what does all means, check out the article to get all the details — FTC to Facebook: Be more transparent about privacy from now on. Continuing with tech news, early this week Google has announced that is removing the black bar — so annoying for many user — that runs across all of the company’s services for a less intrusive pop-up menu, check out the article to have a glimpse of this new Google Bar — New Google Bar? That’s right and say goodbye to the black strip, also here in Pureinfotech we helped you to enable the new Google Bar right now. In Windows How-To this week, you learned how to dual-boot Windows 8 and Windows 7 the safest way possible by creating a VHD (Virtual Hard Disk) inside of a Windows 7 system and installing Windows 8 Developer Preview on it, that way you don’t have to risk your system in any way — this is a fun project that you should definitely give a try! How to dual-boot Windows 8 with Windows 7 using VHD – Virtual Hard Disk [Step-by-Step].

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