If you received the “Access denied” errors while modifying some system files in Windows, you can manually take ownership of files and folders to override the user permission.
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Do you have a messy Desktop and hope that you can clean it up one day? Nimi Places is a useful app for you to organize and clean up your desktop.
Instagiffer is built entirely to make .gif files. It might not offer the extremely fine-tuning of Photoshop but is more than adequate for most uses. Let check it out.
The start menu in Windows 10 is highly customizable. In case you are wondering, here are some of the ways to customize your Windows 10 start menu.
Microsoft has recently updated Windows 10 Tech Preview with some new features. Here are the 3 coolest features found in Windows 10.
The general impression of Windows 10 is mostly good. What makes Windows 10 so special that it’s starting to change the public’s opinion of Microsoft, if ever so slightly?
Microsoft released the Windows 10 Technical Preview for public testing. Here are some of the new features in Windows 10. Check them out.
The task manager in Windows is pretty limited in features. These powerful task manager alternatives can help you better manage Windows processes.
Changing pagefile isn’t anything hard, but it is buried deep inside Windows settings. Let’s check out how to change pagefile location and size in Windows.
As part of the overhaul of OS X, there is also a radical redesign of iTunes 12. Let’s check it out and see if it has changed for the better.
Many are amazed to find that they can make an XBOX music playlist from any web page on Windows 8.1. Learn just how easy it is to accomplish this task.
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.
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.
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.
You can easily carry portable apps in your USB drive and use them on any computer. Here are some of the best portable apps you can carry in your pockets.