You may have noticed several icons in your Windows operating system which have an overlay icon on it. This could be the most common overlay arrow icon, which indicates that the icon is a shortcut icon; or it could be […]
If you find that the search box is missing in the start menu and the Windows Explorer, then here is what you need to do. By following this tutorial, you will be able to enable or disable Windows Search in […]
Kid-Key-Lock is a simple program which can lock specific keyboard keys & mouse functions, depending on your preferences. Kid-Key-Lock Rather that locking up your Windows PC, you can now simply lock the keyboard and mouse! When Kid-Key-Lock is running, an […]
Windows 3.0 turned 20 on May 22nd, 2010! It was the third major release of Microsoft Windows, and became the first successful version of Windows & a rival to Apple Macintosh & the Commodore Amiga on the GUI front.
While we have blogged earlier about how to get the Show desktop icon back in Windows 7 taskbar, near the start button, here is a ready-to-use app with a smart icon which can do the same for your in a […]
If while installing updates or files from the Microsoft Download Center, your validation for your Genuine Windows 7 fails and you may receive a message – This copy of Windows is not Genuine, then this post may interest you. Validation […]
Windows Live Hotmail is one of the world’s largest e-mail providers with more than 369 million active accounts, providing features for an efficient and clutter free inbox whether via the Web, a mobile phone or a PC.
The Microsoft Download Manager enables you to download files from the Internet in a more reliable and faster way than using a browser alone and makes downloading large files much more convenient. Microsoft Download Manager The Microsoft Download Manager was […]
Microsoft is investigating a new public report of a vulnerability in the Canonical Display Driver (cdd.dll) in Windows operating system. Although it is possible that the vulnerability could allow code execution, successful code execution is unlikely due to memory randomization. […]
The Open Hardware Monitor is a portable free open source application that monitors temperature sensors, fan speeds, voltages, load and clock speeds of your Windows computer. Open Hardware Monitor Open Hardware Monitor supports most hardware monitoring chips found on today’s main-boards […]
Email has changed a lot over the last five years. These days, you’re getting more email than ever – email that often requires you to leave your inbox to complete an action; you’re getting bigger and bigger attachments; and you’re […]
There is a new themepack from Microsoft, for Windows 7 at the Personalization Gallery and this time its not about beautiful mountains, landscapes, pets or cars but about … Exhaust Systems! Akrapovic theme for Windows 7 Carrying this co-branding theming […]
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format created by Adobe Systems in 1993 for document exchange. Formerly a proprietary format, PDF was officially released as an open standard on July 1, 2008. In this post, we will take a […]
Some users of Windows are reporting that Windows 7 deletes all system restore points on reboot. It could just be a possible bug, in an otherwise cool operating system. Says a user kanjigirl on Microsoft Answers: “I did a clean […]
If for some reason you’d like to restrict or prevent users from changing Sound Scheme in Windows 7 / 8 /10, here is how you can do it via Registry Editor or Group Policy Editor. Prevent changing of Sound Scheme […]