On Windows, the Run command is used to directly open an application or document whose path is known. Here are 148 Run commands to help speed things up.
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RAID is a data storage virtualization technology that combines multiple disk drive components into a single logical unit. Here’s how to set it up in Windows.
Tired of that ‘Get Windows 10’ icon sitting in your Windows taskbar? Don’t fret! We’ll show you how to get rid of it for good and get your space back.
The “msvcr100.dll is missing” error is a Microsoft Visual C++ file issue that happens in Windows. Here are a couple ways to fix it.
The Mail app in Windows 8.1 allows you to add multiple email accounts and pin them as a live tile so you can receive live updates. Here’s how you can do so.
Zotero is the only research tool that automatically senses content in your web browser, allowing you to add it to your personal library with a single click.
The .NET Framework is, in truth, a vital part of many applications from around the Web, no matter their purpose. Read on to see exactly what that means.
If you’re someone who likes to visually organize all your work and folders, FolderMarker will help to quickly change your Windows folder icons. Here’s how.
Windows comes with a Super Administrator account that has more privileges than the normal admin account. Here is how you can activate the super administrator account in Windows.
To give you an idea of what you can do with a screensaver, we’ve found six of the most useful screensavers on the web for Windows users. Check them out.
The Ask toolbar and Ask.com search bar are notorious for hijacking your browser by redirecting all the traffic to its search engine. Here’s how to stop that.
We previously shared 20 of the most used Run Commands for Windows users. Looking for more? Here are 17 more Run Commands that you should know about.
There are times when you just want to lock your Windows keyboard and mouse but not the screen. This is when the app BlueLife KeyFreeze truly comes in handy.
On May 8, 2015, Microsoft announced they won’t be producing any more Windows ‘versions’ after Windows 10. What exactly does this mean? Let’s find out.
If you ever want to edit protected or system-critical registry keys, you’ll need to take full ownership of the Windows Registry key. Here’s how to do that.
Edge is a brand new browser built to give you a better web experience with web notes, reading mode & more. Is it enough to put Microsoft back in the game?
Writage, a plugin for writing Markdown in Microsoft Word, is perfect if you prefer Word’s rich interface & features, but is it the best option? Let’s find out.
Puu.sh is a quick & simple way to share screenshots on Windows, Mac OS X & iOS. It’s also a free, file-pushing cloud storage app. Here’s an in-depth look.
There are plenty of things you can do with the Windows Task Scheduler, except that you can’t rename created tasks. Here is how you can do so in Windows.
The upcoming release of Windows 10 might lock out older PCs that do not support the DRM technologies to watch 4k movies. Here is what you need to know.