The automatic maintenance feature in Windows 8 runs automatically on its own. Learn how you can manually start or stop the automatic maintenance feature in Windows 8.
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It is very tiring to rename a bunch of files one by one. Learn how you can easily batch rename files in Windows.
If you have installed plenty of fonts and find that you can’t delete them later, follow these steps to delete fonts using the Windows registry.
Windows 8 supports an automated system called File History to protects your personal files. Learn how to activate File History in Windows 8 now.
You can’t take screenshot of the WIndows 8 logon screen using the standard method. Here is how to take screenshot of Windows 8 logon screen the geeky way.
The Win+X menu editor in Windows 8 is useful, but not easily customizable. Here is how you can easily edit the Win + X Menu to increase your productivity.
You might come across duplicate icons in your Windows taskbar, some of which come with a (2) after its name. Here’s how to fix duplicate icons on Windows 7/8/8.1.
if you have a single user PC and wish to be able to login to Windows 8 automatically, here is how you can bypass the login screen reach the desktop automatically.
To prevent your kids from accessing certain websites, the easiest way to do it is via the Windows Hosts file. It is free and works immediately.
Sometime in 2015, Microsoft will be releasing Windows 9. If you are wondering what will be in Windows 9, here are 3 things that you should know about.
You may have seen low disk space warning showing up for your C drive. Here are some handy tips to recover free space in Windows C drive.
Adding lyrics to iTunes is often a time-consuming and tedious task. With iLyrics, your task of getting lyrics for iTunes is made easier.
You have probably come across a situation where a software doesn’t work due to missing dll files. So what are DLL files and how do they work? Find out here.
It is easier to install Ubuntu in VMware player, but to get its full potential, you’ll need VMware Tools. Here is how you can install VMware Tools in Ubuntu.
The best way to try out Linux is to run it as a virtual machine. Here is how you can install Ubuntu in VMWare Player in Windows.
At any time, there are tons of Windows processes running in the background. Here is how you can find out if a windows process is virus or legitimate.
Zenware focuses on removing all the visual distractions and allows the users to be more productive. WriteMonkey is one good example of zenware. Let’s check it out.
If you have a large number of folders, you can make use of Folderico to easily change folder icons in Windows. Here is how it works.