Have you ever tried to use Windows Explorer to create a folder within or copy a file into a protected folder such a Program Files or Windows and had to deal with the confusing “File Operation” dialog box before you […]
Chrome OS is an open sourced Linux-based OS designed by Google. The operating system comes preinstalled in some select devices. Here is a comic from Joy of Tech. which takes a humorous look at Chrome OS.
Looks like sending feedback with Microsoft Office is really easy. And whats more, you can send both positive and negative feedback for Office products like Word, Excel, Access etc. Give feedback about Office to Microsoft The Send-a-Smile tool installs along […]
Internet Explorer includes 4 predefined security zones: Internet, Local Intranet, Trusted Sites & Restricted Sites. There is also a 5th zone viz the My Computer zone (which contains files on your local computer). This however can be configured only from […]
There may be times that you do not wish your computer to sleep. The default power settings for Windows are set up so a computer will go to sleep after the stipulated minutes of inactivity, thus saving power.
SkipRearm is a registry entry which specifies whether to run the Windows Software Licensing Rearm program. Rearming a computer restores Windows Vista and later, to the original licensing state. All licensing and registry data related to activation is either removed or […]
This tutorial will show you how to change the attributes animation color of Windows Copying, Moving, Deleting, and Applying Dialog box. With the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft has developed a new method of animation in explorer instead of AVIs (Video […]
Who does not like playing online games? Most of us do. But did you know that Microsoft offers over a 200 online games to play? And that too free!? Not only can you play these 200+ games free, you can […]
Mouse gestures allow you to trigger commands like back, forward, refresh, etc, without using the keyboard or clicking on toolbar buttons or menus. While not everyone wants to use mouse gestures, some of us find them incredibly compelling. And the […]
Windows 7 has improved the capabilities of ReadyBoost over Windows Vista. Using ReadyBoost can speed up your computer by using storage space on most USB flash drives and flash memory cards. Turn On or Turn Off ReadyBoost To enable or […]
Left-handed people are sometimes placed at a slight disadvantage by the prevalence of right-handed tools, since most of them are designed to be comfortably used with the right hand. This may apply in the case of Windows too! Pointers & […]
Listen to and watch these video’s of Microsoft Windows Start-up & Shutdown Sounds from 1993 to 2009. It includes sounds of Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. […]