Sometimes I wonder, why click twice, when clicking once can do the job!? One of the first things I do after a fresh Windows install, is to change the double-click to open files setting to single-click. Change double click to […]
Microsoft PowerPoint presentations are the most preferred options when it comes to giving presentations to an audience. We usually give presentations in closed rooms, etc, but Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 allows you to give presentations over the internet too!
In recent years, we’ve seen explosive growth in cloud computing; the use of PCs, laptops, mobile devices, and servers to connect seamlessly with applications, services, and data hosted in large, offsite datacenters.
While looking around Microsoft Word the other day I came across a nice feature that I hadn’t heard of and searching the internet, I didn’t find any useful information at all: Write your blog post in Word and post it […]
We have seen where the Windows Registry is located physically on the disk and how we can access and edit it using the Registry Editor. However, if you wish, you can access and modify the registry directly through the Windows […]
The Windows Registry is the centralized configuration database for Windows NT and Windows 2000, as well as for applications. The Registry stores information about tuning parameters, device configuration, and user preferences. On disk, the Windows Registry isn’t simply one large file […]
I have compiled a list of Windows Rundll32 commands, which can be used for directly invoking the specified functions or to create shortcuts of those, which you use and require frequently. Rundll32 commands for Windows To Create Desktop Shortcuts : […]
The Windows AutoPlay feature in Windows is a nice feature for users when they insert media via CD\DVD, USB or Media Cards. While useful the AutoPlay is confusing to alot of users and Microsoft has put together a Help and […]
Radmin (Remote Administrator) is a fast and secure remote PC access software that enables you to work on a remote computer as if you were sitting right in front of it and access it from multiple places.
Camera Mouse is a free program, made at Boston College, that enables you to control the mouse pointer on your Windows computer screen just by moving your head. The program was developed to help people with disabilities use the computer. […]
If you install Windows 7 on a computer which has Windows Vista installed or if you perform a custom installation of Windows 7 instead of an upgrade installation, you will see a windows.old folder on your system drive.
Cloud computing is a fundamental shift from traditional client/server or tier architecture which lays emphasis on effective utilization of IT infrastructure, reduction in operational cost and optimum customer satisfaction thus helping the enterprise in increased profits with satisfied customers.
No discussion generates so much heat as this topic! Check out this Infographic on why you should not buy a Mac. The Infographic from TheNextWeb.com has a look at the Configure your Mac Pro page from Apple’s website to present […]
One of the best things in trouble shooting Windows problems has been the Microsoft Fix It Solutions. Ever since we first announced its quiet launch way back in Nov 2008, or the time when the First MVP Fix It was […]
Microsoft will be holding it’s annual Virtual Tech Days from Feb. 9th to the 11th. For Developers, IT Professionals and Students. If you are looking to learn this is the event you won’t want to miss. The event will cover […]
If you find that one of more of the following specified services ie. Windows Time, Windows Event Log, Windows Firewall services fail to start on your computer that is running Windows 10/8/7/Vista or Windows Server, then this article may interest […]
Microsoft has released a brochure titled Protecting Your Information On the Go and it is now available for download. Protect your data when using public Wi-Fi This brochure tells you how to protect your private information on mobile phones and […]