Moving files, especially when you have a lot of them, can be time consuming. With a batch file, you can easily move files by type from folder to folder.
Articles by Melissa Popp
Many default apps in Windows 8 were upgraded with additional functionality with the Windows 8.1 upgrade. Let’s look at the changes to Windows 8.1 apps.
Many people scoff at the idea of using a password manager as hey feel they’re too complicated to use. The truth is, password managers are one of the best ways to manage your passwords on the Web. We’ll show you why.
If you’re addicted to Facebook or Twitter, or both, you can beat the social media addiction with these seven tricks and get yourself back to the real world.
Windows 8.1 is here. We’ll show you the basic process to upgrading to Windows 8.1, starting with Windows XP and all the way to Windows 8.1 Pro Preview.
Imagine having one sound profile for listening to music and another for watching videos. SoundVolumeView gives you complete control over your Windows sound profiles.
Does leaving mobile devices on can really cause a hazard? Or is it a conspiracy theory that the authority leads you to believe?
For most Windows users, until you have an issue with file associations, you rarely seek out ways to change them. Windows already makes it difficult enough to work with file associations in the OS. Types allows you to have more control over file associations in Windows, adding context menu options, letting you change icons and more.
Gmail is great, but it definitely can be better. Being able to send messages at a later date, send self-destructing messages, tracking attachments and more options would make Gmail the perfect email service. That’s where mxHero Toolbox comes in handy for Gmail users.
If Microsoft invested even a fraction of the amount of time it does on Windows 8, the Windows clipboard could be something revolutionary in the computer world. Instead, the Windows clipboard is a dull, barely functional tool for the majority of users. ClipJump is a supercharged Windows Clipboard add-on that helps make it different.
One of the biggest memory drains on a Windows computer is search indexing. If you’re looking for a more intelligent way to search Windows PC without having to index it, take a look at SwiftSearch.
Won’t it be great if you can split the screen in Chrome so you can view two tabs at the same time? Tab Resize allows you to split screen easily and quickly.
Every once in a while, you just can’t seem to find the email you’re looking for. For most users, the emails are lost because they’re deleted or filtered into a Spam or Trash folder. We’ll show you how to find lost emails in Gmail.
Most OS set the CPU to run at a third of its speed so as to save battery life. If you are looking to run an application at full CPU speed, FullThrottle is a useful app for you.
Microsoft will release Windows 8.1 to the public on October 17, 2013. Whether you were waiting for the final release or you upgraded to the Pro Preview already, we will show you how to prepare for the first major upgrade to Windows 8.
Dealing with languages in the Windows 8 is cumbersome and buggy at best. We showed you how to change the overall language in Windows 8, now we’ll show you how to set individual app languages.
Fonts play an important part of a website. If a particular website has font that irks you, you can now make use of Font Changer to change the font on the Web.
Browser cookies are generally harmless but for those don’t want web sites to access to your personal information, you can now remove cookies in Chrome on a per-tab basis.
One of the biggest complaints about Google Calendar is that you can’t add events to Google Calendar without visiting the site. With Spot – Calendar’s Best Friend, you will be able to add events to Google Calendar, whenever you come across one anywhere in the Web.
Windows 8.1 introduced a variety of folders to This PC, and some of them aren’t really necessary. Check out how you can remove folders from This PC in Windows 8.1.