It’s annoying that many Windows freeware are bundled with junkware. Unchecky is a useful freeware that can help you avoid unwanted junkware installations.
Windows (XP & Vista) Tips & Tricks
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.
Ever wonder if you can track user logon activities in Windows and see who have logged in and out? This is possible with the Logon Auditing feature. Let’s check it out.
Windows 10 Technical Preview is finally ready for testing. Here is how you can download, install and test out Windows 10.
Sometimes, it is useful to monitor your system temperature to prevent a certain app/hardware to crash the whole system. Here are some of the choices in Windows.
While there are plenty of apps in the Windows Store, a good number of them are fake apps that aim to con your money. Follow these 3 tips to avoid fake apps in WIndows Store.
Some of the power tools are hidden in Windows and most people don’t know about them. Here are some of the Windows power tools that you can use.
Microsoft likes to release several edition of their Windows OS. Here are the top 3 features that are only available in Windows 8 Enterprise edition.
For those who are missing the Linux terminal in Windows, you can use Cygwin to do the same task. Learn how to install and configure Cygwin in Windows.
Plenty of free Windows software come with junkware packaged into them. Here are some tips to avoid downloading and installing junkware to your Windows PC.
Windows 8 comes with a client Hyper-V tool for users to run virtual machines in it. Let us see how to enable Client Hyper-V in Windows 8 and run virtual machines.
Group Policy Editor is only enabled in Pro, Enterprise and Ultimate versions of Windows. With this simple hack, you can enable it in all version of Windows.
It can often useful to know the system specifications of your PC, especially when approaching tech support. Here are 3 tools that allow you to do so.
You can easily check if your computer is running 24/7 by checking its uptime. Here is how you can do so in Windows and Linux.
If you share your PC with multiple users, you can easily setup File System Permissions and block other users from accessing NTFS partition in Windows.
When you have a .dll error in Windows, don’t ever download missing .dll files from external website or unknown sources. Here’s the reason why.
The default design of iTunes doesn’t seem to be customizable. In actual fact, you can easily customize iTunes to suit your needs. Here’s how