There are some features in Windows that can only be accessed via the command line. Here are some command line tools you can use to troubleshoot Windows PC.
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Do you think you can stay anonymous in the Internet? A simple script called Tinfoleak can let anyone gather your personal details from Twitter. Let’s check it out.
Microsoft don’t support Windows XP anymore, but you still can get it in Windows 8. Here is how you can make Windows 8 look like Windows XP.
Most browsers don’t come with a “Find and Replace Text” function. If you need it, here’s how you can add the find and replace feature in Chrome and Firefox.
Do you want to restrict your users to only a single app in Windows? Here is how you can setup kiosk mode in Windows 8.
Worried about malware and junkware? Let’s see how you can use Sandboxie to run applications safely in a sandbox and without any fear of infections.
It is easy to boot from ISO files or CD/DVD drive in Virtualbox, but what about USB drive? This guide shows you how to boot from a USB drive in VirtualBox.
It’s annoying that many Windows freeware are bundled with junkware. Unchecky is a useful freeware that can help you avoid unwanted junkware installations.
Too many items in your startup list can slow down your Windows boot up time. Learn how to use Autoruns to effectively manage start up programs and processes.
It is easy to create WordPress multisite, but not the reverse. Here is how to return a child site of a multisite setup to a WordPress single site.