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5 Free Tools To Manage The Context Menu In Windows

5 Free Tools To Manage The Context Menu In Windows

In almost every Operating System and applications, the context menu (the menu that pops up when you right click the mouse) is always an important feature that is often overlooked by the users. Imagine a life without context menu, you won’t be able to right-click the mouse and quickly change the desktop settings, or to […]

3 Ways to Increase Network Speed via Registry Editor [Windows]

3 Ways to Increase Network Speed via Registry Editor [Windows]

There are tons of applications that would promise you higher network functionality and extreme Internet speeds. Usually, these applications present nothing but a gimmicky interface while sucking money out of your wallet for no realistic benefit. Some of them might even be malware. Today, I chose to teach you how to increase your network productivity […]

How to Use The Google’s Roboto Font Everywhere

How to Use The Google’s Roboto Font Everywhere

The Roboto font is a new set of sans-serif font created by Google for the Android 4.0 Ice-Cream Sandwich platform. It is a nice and elegant font that renders well on high resolution screens such as your Android phones and tablets. It contains the full set of font weight (includes regular, bold, italic, and bold […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 6

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 6

There were many intriguing questions in our inbox lately, some of them more difficult than others, but we assure you we can tackle ’em all! If you got any inquiries about issues you’re having with Windows, email us at windows-help [at] maketecheasier.com or click on the “Ask Our Experts Now!” button. This button is right next […]

5 Awesome Ways to Use Shortcuts With NirCmd [Windows]

5 Awesome Ways to Use Shortcuts With NirCmd [Windows]

We had a discussion recently about how to set a shortcut to turn off your monitor, and I just had a look at NirCmd and noticed that you can do many other cool things using shortcuts in combination with this application that would blow your mind! So, MTE is proud to present a thrilling sequel […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 5

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 5

It’s that time again and boy did we get a lot of questions! The Windows operating system is always a source of some of the most troubling questions mankind has ever had to ask, but we’re not fretting. Every question here is looked over by Windows experts and answered with dedication. To participate in Ask […]

10 Awesome Screensavers For Your Windows PC

10 Awesome Screensavers For Your Windows PC

Changing your desktop icons and gadgets from time to time, keeps things fresh and interesting. I work from my computer many hours a day so I have a few screensavers stored. Since the process of changing them is so easy, I could change them many times a day. To view the screen savers already loaded […]

New Shortcut Keys Found in Windows 8 Consumer Preview

New Shortcut Keys Found in Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Being the monkey that I am, I toyed around with Windows 8 Consumer Preview again and just started pressing a bunch of random key combinations that previously did nothing much in Windows 7 and other versions of the operating system. To my surprise, there are actually certain new shortcut key combinations you can use to […]

Review of Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Review of Windows 8 Consumer Preview

You’ve already gotten a nice sneak-peek at Windows 8’s features from us, but nothing gives you the scoop on Windows 8 better than a review of its consumer preview! I have good news for you: We got our hands on Windows 8’s Consumer Preview and we’ll walk you through everything from the installation to the […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 4

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 4

Hello everyone! This week, we’ve been in short supply of questions, but they were good nonetheless. In “Ask a Windows Expert,” you get the opportunity to have a question of yours analyzed by a resident Windows expert and answered here every Wednesday. Today, we’re going to make an attempt to answer a couple of complex […]

Windows 8 to Remove Zune Support

Windows 8 to Remove Zune Support

There’s been a lot of hype regarding Microsoft’s new Metro interface in Windows 8, but many people might be disappointed as the applications they know and love in previous versions of Windows might just go *poof* in Windows 8. While most Windows software that worked in previous versions will work in Windows 8, Microsoft has […]

Using Kirjaudu to Change Windows 7’s Logon Screen

Using Kirjaudu to Change Windows 7’s Logon Screen

There’s a ton of talk out there about changing your logon screen manually, but many people – particularly those who are more tech-illiterate – would like a program that can magically do this with the click of a mouse. If you’re one of the latter group of people, someone from Finland appears to have been […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 3

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 3

It’s that time again! We’re going to pick questions from our inbox and get a resident expert to look at them and give you the most comprehensive answer to your question. Today, even if computers have become easier to use, there’s still a lot of people confused about certain aspects of their home systems. There are […]

How Windows 8 Phone Compares to Android OS

How Windows 8 Phone Compares to Android OS

Windows Phone users have been anticipating the release of Windows 8 for their mobile systems, but don’t really know what to expect. Is Windows 8 going to be the same old Windows Phone operating system we’ve seen since its inception? Or, are we going to see something completely different, as far as carrier and desktop […]

4 Things We Expect From Microsoft in 2012

4 Things We Expect From Microsoft in 2012

Many people could say that Microsoft had a bit of a difficult year in 2011, but its profits were particularly high regardless, especially with its sales figures for entertainment devices like the XBox. The entertainment side of the business grew by a whopping 45 percent in the last year, but other departments in the company […]

How to Fix The Windows XP iertutil.dll Errors

How to Fix The Windows XP iertutil.dll Errors

In my work as an IT professional, I’ve recently been encountering a whole swathe of “iertutil.dll” errors on Windows XP machines. I believe this issue is also affecting some Windows Vista installations, however the solutions below are only tested on XP.