About HemantS@TWC

The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.

Windows Phone apps for 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

Sochi Winter Olympics kicked off with a grand opening ceremony. Barring few technical glitches, when one of the five Olympic rings failed to open at the start, everything seemed to be a smooth affair. Athletes appeared from beneath the stage […]

Remo MORE: Maintenance and Optimization freeware for Windows

Remo MORE is a free software, with a Modern UI, that provides ‘One Click Maintenance’ feature to clean up large chunks of junk files, fix different issues compromising PC performance and speed up your PC with a simple click. We […]

Tell Me feature in Word Web app

Microsoft’s free Office Web Apps include streamlined, online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote Office apps. These apps are usable in a variety of browsers and offer the capability to view or edit Office documents on your devices, anywhere […]

Add line numbers in Word 2013 Document

Which line am I on?, I wonder at times while creating a document in Microsoft Word 2013. This very thought pressed me find a way for adding line numbers to Word 2013 and realize the importance of doing so in […]

Using the Windows OneNote app in Class & Schools

Students who have used the OneNote App would agree that the ability of the OneNote App to both record and take handwritten notes in class is of immense use. There are many other benefits that are worth mentioning and therefore, […]

Microsoft details Cybersecurity Threats in developing nations

Cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges that most developing nations face today. As such, the disseminating factors causing this menace should be scrutinized in the first place. Microsoft stands up to the challenge! […]

Set Google Now reminders using Voice or Text

Google Now service gives real-time information about the weather, traffic in your area and more. You can add reminders to the service by using your voice or entering it manually. These reminders once configured, recur or pop up at pre-set […]

Free Port Scanner for Windows let you perform Firewall Port Scan

Often, home computers are easy target for hackers, especially the ones with DSL or cable connections to the Internet because the trespasser finds it easy to break into unsecured or lose network, rather than heavily fortified, secured corporate network. So, if […]

Perform calculations with Range Calculations App for Excel 2013

Microsoft Office runs an online store dedicated to providing extensions for Office apps like SharePoint, Word, Powerpoint and more. These apps help you either personalize your documents or speed up the work in progress. For instance, with an app you […]

Make Animated Greeting Cards using PowerPoint

You can save paper and postage this season and surprise your friends or family members by creating a personalized greeting card using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013. Yes, you can be your own creative artist. Create Animated Greeting Cards using PowerPoint. […]

Restore missing or deleted Firefox Bookmarks or Favorites

I prefer Mozilla Firefox over Google’s Chrome. Recently, I managed to find one more reason to support my argument – Bookmark capability in Firefox. As you know, marked websites appear under the bookmarks menu in the Firefox menubar and allow […]

How to Import Contacts from People App to Microsoft Outlook

In the first part, we learned how to export contacts from People App as an .CSV file to your Desktop. This part deals with importing contacts to an Outlook account, which completes the process of migrating contacts from People App […]

How to migrate Contacts from Windows People App to Outlook

It is a good practice to keep all contacts and emails in one place. That’s where Microsoft Outlook finds its potent use. The application allows storing all emails, contacts, calendars, etc in one place in an organized fashion. However, it’s […]

How to add Holidays to Outlook Calendar

Want to know when your favorite holiday is landing on the calendar this year?  Check your Outlook Calendar. The most recent version of Outlook – Outlook 2013 makes it possible to add Holidays and other important affairs dates into your […]

3 Methods to Hide Gridlines in Excel

In this port we will see how to hide the Gridlines in Microsoft Excel. The horizontal and vertical faint lines that represent the boundaries and are used to distinguish cells on the worksheet are called ‘Gridlines’. By default, gridlines are […]

Hide Formula in Microsoft Excel sheets

Using the formula in Excel can make your day-to-day tasks easier. Excel has formulas for almost all the operations. Having said that don’t you it is desirable to hide formulae if you are sharing your Excel spreadsheet with your colleagues […]