While Windows includes a character map application, it can be annoying to look through all of the characters and still can’t find what you want. Here are some character map alternatives that will make your life much better.
Articles by Miguel Leiva-Gomez
If you have not been checking out the Windows store, here are some useful Windows 8 apps that have appeared lately!
In Windows 8, you can right-click the bottom left-hand corner of your screen to get a context menu that takes you to places such as your task manager and control panel. In this tutorial, we will show you a way to add the shutdown and restart options to the taskbar context menu.
Microsoft Sharepoint is great for project collaboration, but what if you can’t afford it or are looking for a free alternative? Let’s look at some solutions that won’t cost you a dime and will give you similar functionality as SharePoint.
Windows Explorer may be the default file manager in Windows, that doesn’t means it is the best. If you are looking for alternatives, here are three stable alternatives to Windows Explorer.
Secure boot of Windows 8 is a useful feature to prevent malicious software applications from loading during the system start-up process. It also prevented you from dual booting your PC. In this article, we will show you how to disable the secure boot in Windows 8.
One of the way you can use to protect your online privacy is to make use of an Onion Routing connection. In this article, I will explain what onion routing is and how it can benefit you.
Currently, if you want to browse privately, you probably open up your browser and turn on the privacy mode in the browser. This tutorial shows you how to turn on the privacy mode automatically after you start the browser.
Decades have passed since the first home computer was introduced, yet this device still remains a mystery to some. Today, we’re going to clear up some common computer misconceptions and empower people to make wise decisions that will help them get on their way to solving problems.
In most situations, you will want to have as little apps running during startup as possible, but what if you want to do it the other way – force a particular app to run during startup? Here is how you can do it in Windows 8.