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Windows Defender is a good low profile antivirus software. Here’s how to schedule Windows Defender to perform a full or quick scan on your Windows 8 PC.
Late in January 2015, Microsoft’s system chief said in an announcement that Windows 10 will come as a free upgrade. What’s with this change? Let’s find out.
One of the best security practices is to rename the Administrator account to deter attackers. Here’s how to rename the Administrator account in Windows.
If you don’t want Windows to waste your time when you next boot into your system, here is how you can cancel scheduled CHKDSK operations in Windows.
Not everyone finds reading from a computer screen to be easy. Yes, Windows Magnifier exists, and here are 3 more magnifying alternatives you may prefer.
If you are a Windows administrator, it’s only natural to want to restrict users from easily accessing Administrative Tools. This is how to do that.
In case you are wondering, here are a few useful and important reasons why you might want to have a Linux live CD with you all the time.
This week, we’re sharing three amazing software deals for Windows and Mac – available for over 80% off.
NirSoft has some of the best free and portable Windows utilities; it’s the perfect software library. Here are 15 NirSoft Utilities for you to check out.
CherryTree, an Evernote client written in Python for Linux and Windows, lets you organize notes in a smart and logical way. Let’s check it out.
EMET (Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit) is one of the best and lesser known security tools by Microsoft. Here’s an in-depth look at how to use it.
Blocking the installation of external removable devices renders them inaccessible and it is helpful in an organization environment. Here’s how it’s done.
Microsoft Word comes with options for the Flesch-Kincaid scales to check your document’s readability and complexity. Here is how you can enable it.
Microsoft replaced the classic toolbar UI with the Ribbon UI in Windows 8. For those who don’t like the Ribbon UI, here are a few hacks you can use to restore the classic toolbar UI.
Every computer user has at one time or another accidentally deleted a file or group of files. Learn how to recover deleted Windows files with Linux.
In Windows, you can use the Run commands to quickly access tools and tasks. Here is a good list of useful Run commands to help you be more productive.
Boot record errors are annoying and can prevent you from booting up your Windows. Here is how you can fix the Windows boot record errors with a command.