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Add Additional Clocks to the Notification Area in Windows

Add Additional Clocks to the Notification Area in Windows

In Windows Vista, 7 and 8, you can easily add up to 2 additional clocks to the notification area. This is useful if you are working with people in other time zones. On the desktop, click the clock in the notification area, followed by “Change date and time settings”. Click the “Additional Clocks” tab. You […]

How to Add Shortcuts to “My Computer” in Windows

How to Add Shortcuts to “My Computer” in Windows

It is disappointing that Microsoft didn’t make it easier to add shortcuts in “My Computer” area. There’s so much real estate there that’s not being used. It’s natural to be able to add program shortcuts there. Here is a workaround to create a shortcut in “My Computer” that works with today’s most popular operating systems!

How to Use Windows 8 Compatibility Mode to Run Old Programs

How to Use Windows 8 Compatibility Mode to Run Old Programs

The leap from Windows 7 to Windows 8 introduced a handful of compatibility issues with software and drivers. Most of these issues can be fixed by using the Windows 8 compatibility mode. The Windows compatibility mode has seen few changes since its inception but is a more useful tool in Windows 8.

How To Capture And Analyze Network Traffic Using NetworkMiner

How To Capture And Analyze Network Traffic Using NetworkMiner

Network security is one of the main focus areas when creating or monitoring a network. The network administrators carry out random audits of network traffic by capturing the network data and analyzing the packets being transmitted from one host to another. In this article, we will discuss how to capture and analyze network traffic using the NetworkMiner tool.

How to Get Passive 3D Movies to Play Right in Windows

How to Get Passive 3D Movies to Play Right in Windows

After some months of buying my own passive polarized display, I’ve realized that anyone new to this kind of hardware is probably going to have a hard time figuring it out. The learning curve isn’t incredibly steep, but there’s not much information on how to get passive 3D movies to play just how you want them.

List of Malicious PDF Files You Should Not Open

List of Malicious PDF Files You Should Not Open

Do you know that a simple task such as opening PDF files can infect your computer with malware? This is a very common method used by hackers to install malicious software on your system and gain access to it. Here is a list of PDF files that are known to be infected and one you will want to keep in your blacklist.

Get Detailed Information About Wifi Networks Around You

Get Detailed Information About Wifi Networks Around You

Knowing detailed information about the WiFi networks around you can be beneficial for diagnosing problems and just getting an idea of what others are doing in your area. WifiInfoView is a free utility that lets you see detailed information about Wifi networks from SSIDs to MAC addresses to router models and more.

Use Keyboard Shortcuts to Access Taskbar Items in Windows

Use Keyboard Shortcuts to Access Taskbar Items in Windows

In Windows 7 and 8, each of the item that you pin on the taskbar is associated with a shortcut. This allows you to quickly access the icon. The keyboard shortcut associated with the taskbar icon is “Windows key + number from the left”. For example, if Windows Explorer is pinned as the first icon […]

How To Download Windows Updates And Install On Multiple PCs

How To Download Windows Updates And Install On Multiple PCs

If you are using multiple computers, you may find it a troublesome to update all the computers, especially when you are not connected to the Internet. In this article, we will show you how you can download Windows updates offline and then install on multiple computers without downloading the updates again.

How to Encrypt Sensitive Data on Flash Drive

How to Encrypt Sensitive Data on Flash Drive

Do you ever worry what would happen if your files fell into the wrong hands, especially those files that you kept on your external flash drive? Thankfully there are many options to encrypt sensitive data. Protectorion ToGo is one such application.

Securely Delete Files in Windows with DeleteOnClick

Securely Delete Files in Windows with DeleteOnClick

Many PC users believe that when you delete a file and empty your Recycle Bin, you’ve securely deleted any file or folder within it. This just isn’t true. Those files can still be recovered with the right software. In order to securely delete files in Windows, you need to rely on third party program. DeleteOnClick is one of them.

How to Add or Remove Language Packs in Windows 8

How to Add or Remove Language Packs in Windows 8

Most Windows PCs come with English as their default language. However, you can add or remove language packs as necessary and Windows 8 makes it easier than ever. While in Windows 7, only the Ultimate or Enterprise version comes with the ability to install additional languages via Windows Update, language packs in Windows 8 can be quickly downloaded and installed without much trouble.