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How to enable Guest Mode in Chrome for Windows

When you hand over your Windows computer to your friends and family, you activate the Guest Account so they don’t have access to all your files or Admin privileges to make big changes on your Windows PC. But what about […]

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 […]

Safely Remove Hardware not working in Windows 7/8/10

You must have noticed, while disconnecting a device from your Windows computer a Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media icon appears in the system tray or the notification area. You are supposed click the icon to remove or eject the […]

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Disable Full Row Select in Windows 8 | 7 explorer

In Windows 8 File Explorer, when you select the Details view, all the columns, for that row, are active for file selection. Under Windows XP only the ‘Name’ column was. But starting with Windows Vista, this behavior changed and now […]

Add or Change OEM Information in Windows 10/8/7

If you ever purchased a Windows 10/8.1/7 PC from most popular brands like Dell, Lenovo, HP, Samsung, etc, chances are you might have noticed the manufacturer’s name and logo in the system section. This OEM information includes information about a […]

Fix: Blurry Fonts or Poor Display Scaling in Office Programs

To match the theme of Windows 8/10, Microsoft Office 2013/2016 also follows the same Metro UI concept. DPI Scaling plays an important role in using programs having Modern UI. When the scaling is not properly configured, fuzzy and blurry content […]

Microsoft OneNote Tips and Tricks for beginners

OneNote is one app whose potentiality gets undermined under the shadow of other popular Office apps like Word and PowerPoint. In my opinion, OneNote, a note-taking application remains as a hidden secret in Office. The application is easy to use […]

Create Image-based Flash Cards in OneNote 2013

Microsoft OneNote of course, is a perfect tool for taking notes and storing information. It can also be used as a tool for learning. You can use it as a calculator or as a tool to learn the sign language. […]

Create Text-based OneNote FlashCards in OneNote 2013

People interested in learning a foreign language, improving vocabulary or study some important historical details find Flash Cards of immense use. Flashcards can be used as a learning drill to aid memorization and keep all the collected information in an […]

How to add Animation in Microsoft PowerPoint

Always, at the end of your presentation, you want your audience to remember the key points highlighted in it via distinct slides. If the audience manages to recall all the details, your presentation is a hit! PowerPoint is all about […]

How to save Table Templates in Word 2013

A Template is a time saving utility. Simply select a template and open it, you find it contains all the styles and formatting you need for a document. For instance, if you have a Word template you can easily create […]

How to Increase Lifespan of Laptops

Why do computers get slow or create problems over time? After all, it is a machine and should be like iron. But remember, even iron rusts when kept in humid atmosphere. It is all about keeping your machines – anything […]

Set or Change Zoom Level in Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, web browsing experience can be enhanced by zooming the content. The default zoom level can, in this native Windows browser, achieved by pressing Ctrl+0, which sets the zooming scale back to 100%. But recently when I tried to […]

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How to speed up SATA hard drives in Windows 7

SATA is the abbreviated form of Serial Advanced Technology Attachment. The current standard technology for connecting a hard drive or SSD to the rest of the computer. SATA is a single cable with a minimum of four wires that helps […]