What can I do if Windows won’t run my old software, such as Quicken 2002?

I’ve been running Intuit’s Quicken for years: my current version is 2002 Deluxe. It runs fine under Windows 7, but I haven’t tried it...

Apple unveils its latest innovation, the laptop that fits in an envelope

Apple has already made waves with its iPod, iPhone, and trendy desktop computers, but last night the company threw out a new challenge to...

A course in computer programming has sparked a passion – how do I make it my job?

Twice a week, we publish problems that will feature in a forthcoming Dear Jeremy advice column in the Saturday Guardian so that readers can...

Faulty computer software could have led to Chinook crash, report claims

Faulty computer software could have led to a Chinook helicopter crash that killed 25 of Britain's top intelligence experts, it was reported today.An internal...

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Andrea Leadsom’s financial affairs under scrutiny again

Andrea Leadsom has already faced questions about her ownership of a buy-to-let company and political donations by her brother-in-law, an offshore hedge fund boss.Her...

NHS finance chiefs warn of poorer care and longer waiting times

NHS finance managers warn today that patients are set to experience poorer care, longer waiting times for treatment, and greater rationing. A grim outlook...

Persimmon sales rise despite Brexit shakeout in the property sector

Britain’s biggest housebuilder Persimmon said it was trading well and sticking to plans to return cash to shareholders despite fears about the property sector...

Ollie was three and all he wanted was a bath to ease his pain

As a grant officer at a charity supporting people working in education, I hear stories of individuals facing tough times and difficult conditions every...

Change the world and make money: how to start a charity business

No matter their size, charities, and volunteer groups all have two aims. One is to change the world in some way – be it...

Levy on luxury London homes would net £86m a year for social housing

Researchers have calculated that the government could raise more than £86m a year for social and affordable housing by imposing a premium property tax...

Why the UK housing market is brutal if you’re young, LGBT and homeless

Young lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people have long been over-represented among the homeless, with research from the Albert Kennedy Trust finding that...

Music education is out of tune with how young people learn

What’s the best way to learn music? For many, progression is best measured by the formal exam journey – from the treasured early prize...

New primary school tests rubbished as half of pupils meet standards

According to national test results, little more than half of the pupils met the government’s tougher new standards in literacy, writing, and mathematics at...

Share your ideas: how to write for the Higher Education Network

We have a large and active community of members on the Guardian Higher Education Network, many of whom write blogs and comment pieces for...

Practice makes perfect: how to become a vocational lecturer

You find yourself facing a room of young people. You’re nervous enough about public speaking, let alone managing a classroom. Four reasons a Brexit would...

For the first time in 18 years, I don’t feel welcome in Britain

I am a migrant from the European Union. You have probably heard lots of things about people like me in the referendum campaign, but...