The Windows Club covers Windows 8, Windows 7, tips, tutorials, how-to's, features, freeware and more. It is created by Anand Khanse, a Microsoft MVP.
The author Vasu Jain is Graduate student studying Computer Science at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Windows and a Technology Blogger. He blogs at WindowsVJ.com, and can be contacted on Twitter @vasujain.
While people are loving Windows 8, it may still take time however for people to get over Windows 7 and its classic start menu. They are loving Windows 8 and at the same time missing Windows 7 and its interface to which [...]
It was not just the Metro UI and tiles that grabbed the attention of geeks & developers around the world when Microsoft unveiled Windows 8. A feature by the name of Windows To Go which enables enterprise administrators to create [...]
Microsoft counts back big on the user feedback for any of their product. The reason their beta program is so strong is that they push the betas, alphas for as long as 20% of the product development cycle. Windows 8′s [...]
Windows 8 has been recently announced at Build Windows conference. It has been adapted very warmly and enthusiastically amongst the geek community. However people running different versions of Windows like Windows 7, Vista , XP still wonder if they can [...]
At the Windows Build conference it was not just Windows 8, which Microsoft previewed, also developer tools like Visual studio 11 and Expression blend were showcased as well. These tools can be used to optimize the development environment of Visual studio and develop Metro [...]
Right now here at Anaheim,CA , I witnessed one of the riskiest product announcement from Microsoft. Microsoft today, showed a preview of Windows 8 operating system at the Windows Build Conference. Windows 8 is a new breed of operating system from Microsoft [...]
Windows 7 is an intelligent Operating system which assigns the priority of a process to the processor running in foreground or background. The Operating system also provides a user flexibility to enhance or degrade the priority of a process as [...]
E-commerce has changed the way we shop. All the products we used to purchase from stores is all available online these days. Often there comes a need when you need to compare two products on different pages. One of the [...]
Facebook has recently introduced a revamp to the in-application chat system. Shortly released after the launch of Google Plus, this revamp instead of competing with the new social network, created dissatisfaction amongst the Facebook users. The new chat system introduced [...]
Microsoft Excel 2010 Slicers are easy to use visual controls added to Excel 2010 that allows to quickly and easily filter data in an interactive way by selecting values from a list. The slicer feature provides user with a rich [...]
Windows Live Photo Gallery includes a lot of fantastic features and one need not learn complex image editing suites to play around with their images. There are some interesting and useful third party tools available for Windows Live Photo Gallery, that [...]
Many a times, while connecting to a wireless device it is not shown in Windows as a list of available devices. In fact the status of Network and sharing center in the Notification Area shows it to be disabled. While [...]
Often Excel is used to deal with large data which may be quite similar in other Excel documents. Maintaining & synchronizing different versions of an excel documents can be really troublesome and time consuming. Thus, to analyze the data better, [...]
Windows 7 Jumplists are right-click menus or contextual menus in the Windows taskbar that make it easier to find the files and operations you need. If you have a program open, a Jump List will appear in the taskbar.
Microsoft Office 2010 suite includes a program Microsoft. Publisher 2010 can be used to create professional high quality publications and marketing materials, such as newsletters & brochures. Creating Business cards using Publisher 2010 is easier and more convenient than in [...]
One of the most important feature in an email is a Signatures that can be appended at the end of the email and contains contact information, salutation etc. Signatures can be set in an email client so they don’t need [...]
Microsoft Office 2010 and later provides a translate function that can be used to translate a document. This function available in the Microsoft Office programs likes Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio, and Word is an inbuilt feature and there is [...]
Ever had an experience where you had to follow several steps over and over again every time when you need to forward an important email ? Outlook 2010 has introduced a new feature Quick Steps to allows users to perform [...]
Sharing a document has become much easier in Microsoft Office 2010. Now using Office 2010, office documents can be directly saved directly to SkyDrive. And with introduction of Office web apps, these documents can be used with Office Web Apps [...]