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How to Changes your Netbook’s Resolution to run Windows 8 Features

Posted by on February 14, 2013

How to Changes your Netbook’s Resolution to run Windows 8 Features

Windows 8, although possible to install on netbook with lesser number of rows for start screen, there are certain restriction based on the screen resolution. The screen resolution must be at least 1024 x 768 to run metro apps and also there is a minimum resolution required for snapping apps. If you are planning to(…)

Use Windows 8 as Wi-Fi Hotspot

Posted by on February 10, 2013

Use Windows 8 as Wi-Fi Hotspot

Windows 8, although has the option to create Wireless ad-hoc connections, the direct interface to create it is missing unlike Windows 7. We had detailed a method to create a wireless ad-hoc network in Windows 8 using the command prompt. There are many third party tools like Virtual Hotspot, Connectify or mHotspot to create ad-hoc(…)

Filter Unsafe Or Undesirable Web Sites on Windows

Posted by on January 30, 2013

Filter Unsafe Or Undesirable Web Sites on Windows

Is your desktop or laptop being used by kids? If yes, you need to make sure that the content they view on Internet is safe for them. With Internet being one of the most dangerous places for kids and they might be prone to abuse as well, it is necessary to make sure that they(…)

My Computer Tweaker is a Full Fledged Control Panel for Windows

Posted by on January 29, 2013

My Computer Tweaker is a Full Fledged Control Panel for Windows

When it comes to changing settings on your Windows, the one best place is your Control panel. But there are many options which are not available in Control Panel, but you have to open the specific settings from Explorer or using the registry editor. If you are looking to manage and change your computer settings(…)

How to find your Wi-Fi password in Windows

Posted by on January 24, 2013

How to find your Wi-Fi password in Windows

If you are using a Wi-Fi network at your home or office, it would obviously be password protected to prevent strangers or neighbours from stealing your bandwidth. Consider a situation where you have not set the Wi-Fi password, but you have forgotten it and able to recover it. Or you want to add a new(…)

Enable Aero Glass Effects on Windows 8

Posted by on January 18, 2013

Enable Aero Glass Effects on Windows 8

Windows 8 comes with many UI changes including the metro UI start screen, new Windows explorer etc. Along with this Microsoft also removed the aero effects n Windows 8 and the open application windows does not show aero transparency effects. But if you want these effects in Windows 8 as well, you can try out WinAeroGlass(…)

Backup and Restore Windows 8 App Data

Posted by on January 16, 2013

Backup and Restore Windows 8 App Data

Windows 8 has many new features when compared to previous version of Windows 7 and one of them is the new Windows Store which allows you install apps using your Microsoft ID. But when you install Windows 8 apps, you cannot change the location or get data directly from the install location unlike the software(…)

Metro Killer Disables Windows 8 Metro User Interface

Posted by on January 9, 2013

Metro Killer Disables Windows 8 Metro User Interface

Windows 8 comes with major changes in terms of UI like the new start screen with metro UI, new file explorer and also new task manager along with other features. For many uses who have switched from Windows 7 to Windows 8, the new metro UI hasn’t gone well. Many users have complained about the(…)

Windows 8 Update Notifier

Posted by on January 7, 2013

Windows 8 Update Notifier

With the release of Windows 8, quite a lot of things have changed along with the new start screen and other UI changes. One of the smaller change is that the Windows update notifications on desktop is no longer available. These notifications informed you of new updates available for your PC. You can choose the(…)

NanWick Windows Uninstaller- Uninstall Windows from your computer

Posted by on January 5, 2013

NanWick Windows Uninstaller- Uninstall Windows from your computer

When Windows 8 was released, many users might have upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 8. Quite a lot of users might have also clean install Windows 8, which means it might be most probably in dual boot i.e. two OS installed on your PC. Now what if you want to remove one OS or(…)