If you are a fan of the Markdown syntax, and are looking for a great Markdown editor for Windows, here are some useful ones you can consider
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If you are a designer/developer looking to test out your site, you will need a local web server. Here’s how you can setup local webserver on all major OS.
Manually changing DNS services in Windows can be rather technical and confusing. With DNS Jumper, you can easily switch DNS services with a single click.
f you are a regular Command Prompt user and are looking for a good command prompt alternative, do give Console 2 a try and I am sure you will love it.
To prevent people from brute forcing your Windows login, you can get your PC to auto lockdown after certain number of invalid logon attempts. Here’s how.
The problem with Windows’s drivers is that they can cog up over time. Here is how you can remove old drivers in Windows 8 and improve your PC performance.
Firefox version 31 comes with a feature that checks your downloaded file with Google for malware. You can disable it if you are concerned about your privacy.
Here is an easy way to disable the Autorun feature in Windows to protect yourself from autorun viruses in USB drives.
If your PC have memory issue, Windows comes with a useful tool to diagnose memory problems. Here’s how to use the memory diagnostics tool in Windows 8.
Installing Android SDK isn’t hard but it can be confusing as the SDK bundle for Windows doesn’t come with a regular installer. Here is the proper way to install Android SDK in Windows PC.
System Restore is useful and allows you to recover from PC corruption. Here is how you can configure system restore in Windows 8.
Steam’s UI is frequently critiqued for its ugliness. You can easily change the font for better readability. Here are the steps.
In Windows, you can right click and select “Open Command Prompt here”. Here is how you can add another “Open Powershell here” option to the context menu.
Sometimes, you might need to change the network device’s MAC address for testing. Here’s how you can do so in Windows and Ubuntu.
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.
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.