Your computer can get infected by virus easily if you are not careful. Don’t worry, following these steps, you can recover from a virus attack quickly.
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Windows 8 comes pre-packaged with a handful of default apps that serve just about every purpose you’d need. If you have no use for them and wish for a clutter free interface, you can use Windows PowerShell to batch uninstall all the pre-installed Modern apps.
Windows comes with an handy tool, known as Task Scheduler, that allows you to automate and schedule tasks. You can also use a third party software, like Shutter, to get the job done. In this article, we will show you how to schedule and automate tasks with both the inbuilt task scheduler and Shutter.
There are many new features in Windows 8.1, but Microsoft has also removed some features for good. Here are 4 things Windows 8.1 has done away with for good.
Do you know that other than video conferencing, you can send offline video messages in Skype as well? As long as you have a web cam, you can send anyone an offline video message for them to receive when they login to Skype.
Microsoft debuted the first public beta of Windows 8.1. You don’t have to install it to find out what’s new. Read on for what you are really getting for Windows 8.1.
If you are not residing in the USA, you will not be able to access sites like Hulu, Netflix, Pandora and etc. Tunlr is a useful service that you can use to access Hulu, Netflix and many more sites from outside of USA, for free.
There are lots of things to hate about Windows and the slow startup process is definitely one of them. Here are five of the best tips that will help you to iron out niggles, eliminate bottlenecks and generally improve the startup process of Windows 8.1.
The cloud may be all the rage among Internet users but not everyone wants to be connected to it. Windows 8 relies heavily on SkyDrive to save user settings, app data and PC customization. If you don’t want to stay linked to the cloud in Windows 8, here’s how you can disconnect SkyDrive in Windows 8.
BitTorrent makes use of a distributed technology to download bits of a file from different sources and combine them together at the end point. This results in faster downloading without adding burden to any server. Wouldn’t it be great if you can use the same technology to sync files across multiple devices?