Microsoft has just launched ‘Technical Preview’ copy of Windows 10. It is the latest and much advanced operating system ever introduced in Windows series. Official release of Windows 10 is yet to come. Many of us are using the preview version of it. To make it more user-friendly we introduce some tweaks in different fields … Read moreLess Known Tweaks to Improve Windows 10 User Experience
Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 have already found some new features. The Metro UI, in-built Windows App Store, better PC Customization Settings etc. are the brand new features. Also, if you are a keyboard shortcut lover, I am sure that you have got some new keyboard shortcuts in Windows 8 and 8.1. For example, the … Read moreHow to Edit Win + X Menu in Windows 8 and 8.1
Have you ever perceived that a pixel – a little spot on your computer’s LCD screen – is staying a solitary colour for a long time? You have a stuck pixel. Fortunately, stuck pixels aren’t generally abiding. Stuck and dead pixels are hardware issues. They’re frequently brought on by assembling blemishes – pixels shouldn’t get … Read moreHow To Fix A Stuck Or Dead Pixel On Your LCD Screen?
If you search for the most common errors in windows I am sure this one has made into every list. This error commonly appears when trying to start a freshly installed program or after you have just cleaned your windows OS. The common error is easy to solve it, as all you need to do … Read moreTroubleshoot MSVCR100.DLL Missing From Your Computer
Windows 8 has brought us many features – there’s no doubt about it. Some of them are straightforward and some obscure. One such feature is Hyper-V. Hyper-V is built right into the Windows 8 Pro to satisfy all your virtualization needs. Here is What is virtualization? Simply put, virtualization creating virtual hardware and running operating … Read more[How To] Virtualize with Hyper-V in Windows 8. No extra software needed!
Have you ever noticed a faulty or damaged icon appearing on one of your file? I think most of us have/had that problem. Sometimes, Windows starts displaying wrong icons on the desktop or if you install a new version of a software with a fresh new icon but you still see that old icon or a blank/damaged … Read moreHow to Rebuild Icon Cache to fix Faulty or Damaged Icons
You love browsing the web and want to open multiple websites at once so that you don’t need to waste time opening your favorite websites again and again. Nobody has just a single favorite or anything. Well, at least I don’t have a solo favorite in any field. Same applies to web browsing. We don’t have … Read moreHow To Add Multiple Home Pages In Internet Explorer 9
Many Windows 7 users are annoyed with the default Auto Sleep mode in which the system automatically goes into sleep (standby) mode after 10 minutes. Though the feature can be quite useful at times, it is particularly annoying when someone starts downloading a large file which might take a long time to download and the … Read moreHow to Disable Auto Sleep Mode in Windows 7
Though the Start menu in Windows 7 provides a handy shortcut to quickly open up the Control Panel when we need to change any setting, at times it can also lead to unwanted repercussions in case other users (children, colleagues etc.) make unwanted changes in the default settings. If you would like to hide Control Panel from Start menu … Read more[How To] Hide Control Panel from Start Menu in Windows 7
In Windows XP it is quite common for a program to crash and then the error reporting pop-up shows up. It advises us to send an error report to Microsoft in an attempt to notify Microsoft about the problem. However this service can be highly annoying, especially if we are working on something important. If … Read moreHow to Disable Error Reporting in Windows XP
After upgrading to Windows XP SP2, I constantly used to get a pop-up message informing me that my computer might be at risk since an Antivirus software is not installed. I don’t get the point to show the message again and again. I mean, we know we haven’t installed any Antivirus software, why does it … Read moreTurn Off “Your computer might be at risk” Message in Windows XP
So you’ve created an impressive Powerpoint 2010 presentation and would like to upload it on video sharing sites like YouTube, Metacafe etc. Or may be you want to play your presentation on a computer that doesn’t have Microsoft Office 2010 installed in it. Whatever the case may be, with the help of this tutorial you … Read more[How To] Convert a Powerpoint 2010 PPT to Video
Generally when we delete files from our computer they move to the Recycle Bin and unless we remove them from the Recycle Bin, they don’t free up the space occupied by them in the hard drive. So how do we delete files permanently from our computer without having them move to the Recycle Bin? In … Read moreHow to Remove Files Permanently Without Moving Them to Recycle Bin
Though there are a number of ways to save more space on your hard drives, most of us are not aware of of them. One of the unconventional methods of saving space which very few of us have heard about is resize recycle bin in Windows. By default Windows XP reserves 10% of your hard … Read moreHow to Resize Recycle Bin in Windows