Windows has a Snipping Tool that allows you to easily take screenshots. Here is how you can use Snipping Tool to take and edit screenshots.
Windows (XP & Vista) Tips & Tricks
If you have installed a Windows update and your PC crashes as a result, here is how you can uninstall the Windows Updates and get your system back up and running again.
Do you know that hackers can easily turn on your webcam and monitor you without you knowing it? Here is a simple way to disable a webcam in Windows.
If you are using the built-in Calculator and Microsoft Excel regularly, why not add the calculator to Excel for quick access? Here’s how you can do it.
Do you feel that the preview thumbnail in Windows is taking too long to show up? Here’s a simple tweak for you to change the Windows taskbar preview time.
Deleting files in Windows is easy, but recovering them is not. Power Data Recovery helps you to recover deleted data and partitions with a few clicks. Check out its review and participate in the giveaway.
Are you keen to add your favorite, or frequently accessed location to the Places Bar in Windows File Dialog box? Here is how you can do it.
If you are a system administrator and don’t want your users to mess with the command prompt, here is how you can disable the command prompt completely.
Unknown to many, both WinRAR and 7zip can be themed with custom skin. Here is how you can theme WinRAR and 7ZIp and give them a total visual overhaul.
Looking to sync files without going through the cloud? Here is how you can sync files between Windows and Android using a P2P connection.
Do you want to restore the Start button in Windows 8, but not with third-party software? Here is an easy way to quickly create a custom Start button in Windows 8.
Installing too many software can cause your system to slow down, and this is where portable apps come in useful. Find out more about portable apps and its usefulness here.
Want to keep up with the latest news and updates on Windows 8? Here’s a list of 7 useful news aggregator apps that you can download for free from Windows App Store.
In Mac, you can use AppleScripts to control iTunes. In Windows, you can use visual basic codes. Learn how you can control iTunes with Windows scripts.
Are you confused about how the Windows Registry works? Find out what you need to know about the Windows Registry and its components here.
If you have computers which are publicly accessible, you can easy restore the Windows system to a clean state on every reboot to prevent virus and data corruption. Here’s how.
Windows Explorer sucks. If you ever need a feature-packed file manager, FreeCommander XE is one of the best options you can get.
Before you run the system restore in Windows, it is best to find out what it can do and cannot do to your system.