Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 30, 2012 ·
TCC/LE is generally well designed, free and very powerful software that completely replaces the Windows Command Prompt utility. The software is generally a Command prompt although it has some additional features and utilities a person would seek in other conventional Command Prompts.
The tool is simple and easy to use for just anyone. You only need to type a command followed by Enter. A lot of the [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 29, 2012 ·
In matters to do with free web meetings and services dealing with screen sharing, there are so many wonderful services that Windows users can choose from. One of the best free type of meeting and screen sharing service available is join.me.
Those who have never heard of join.me are better of knowing that this is lightweight, simple and fast software of screen sharing by LogMeIn available for iOS, [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 27, 2012 ·
After installing Windows 8 in a dual kind of boot with Windows 7 but you find the menu for graphical boot is missing, there are steps you can follow to reinstate it.
Create a recovery drive for Windows 8 first. After recovering the drive do a PC restart while opening the BIOS setting to make sure the PC supports a USB boot.
Boot the system into Windows 7 and press Windows plus R for [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 26, 2012 ·
By default, the Aero Peek feature in Windows 8 is disabled. In Windows 8, moving the cursor towards the screen’s lower or upper right corner launches Charms Bar, which gives the chance to easily search, start, share and other things.
A huge number of upgraded users into Windows 8 from Windows 7 can use the Aero Peek for an instant desktop preview. Those users who do not have the feature can easily [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 25, 2012 ·
Users using notebooks or PCs powered by Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista or Windows XP might have realized that some drivers could be missing from the Explorer for Windows. The issue might not be specific to Windows 8 but is also there in other versions of Windows, mostly occurring after resuming a PC from sleep or hibernation.
If you experience this issue you can rectify it by:
Launch Disk Management [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 24, 2012 ·
The novel Fast Startup type is a mix between the resumption of hibernate option and the traditional cold boot. Windows 8 has the kernel session hibernated and not closed. However, the difference is that as compared to full hibernate data, with a very large file size, the 0 Hibernation or Kernel only form of file is not big but quite small. Thus, it takes a short time to disk write. If this file is [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 23, 2012 ·
In Windows 8, it is possible to use the option for disable to have the toast notifications changed. You can do this by opening gpedit.msc or the Local Group Policy Editor and browse to the User Configuration followed by Administrative Templates and Taskbar/Start Menu up to the Notifications.
Towards the pane on the right side some options are visible, including:
Turning the network usage notifications.
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 22, 2012 ·
The good news to PC users who have been asking about and waiting for Windows next generation final release is that, Windows 8 complete and final release will be available from 26 October 2012, as announced by Steven Sinofsky.
The Windows 8 RTM release is expected to be around early August and subscribers could be getting their copies before the month of August comes to an end.
Highlights expected [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 20, 2012 ·
As much as launching Third-party software for security purposes such as Avast and Kaspersky Antivirus can be done without any issue, installing MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) is not possible. After installation of a third-party type of software, what the Windows Defender does is obstruct the launch of MSE by giving an error.
Windows 8 enthusiasts and users who believe in MSE can follow [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on July 19, 2012 ·
(a). Use of Registry Editor in deactivation of Pic Password Sign-in
Press simultaneously Windows Key + R and add regedit in the dialog box ‘Run’.
Right click on the window’s right pane and make a unique DWORD value titling it “BlockDomainPicturePassword“.
On the DWORD value, right click and choose Modify.
For the section of Value Data, have ‘0’ as default setting for enabling Pic Password [...]