How to Use Check Disk and System Files Checker to Solve Problems in Windows 8

In Windows 8, you can make use of a couple of tools to fix your problem. If you encounter hard disk errors, you can run check disk (chkdsk). For damaged files, you can launch system file checker (sfc). In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the two both tools on your computer.

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Published April 30, 2015 by admin

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How to Activate the “God Mode” in Windows 7

God Mode (also known as Windows Master Control Panel shortcut) that can help users access to all of the operating system’s control panels from within a single folder. Normally, this feature is hidden by default in Windowns operating system. Now this tutorial will show you how to add the “God Mode” control panel to Windows 7.

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Published April 24, 2015 by admin

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How to Prevent a Mouse from Waking Computers Up from Sleep Mode

When you stop working on your computer temporarily, you can switch your PC to the sleep mode, which will help you effectively save power and reduce wear on computer’s hardware. However, each time you slightly tap the mouse, your PC wakes up from the sleep mode soon. What is going on? In fact, your mouse is set by default to wake up Windows system. If you want to make the mouse exit to sleep mode, please check out the following tutorial.

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Published April 16, 2015 by admin

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How to Enable Aero Peek in Windows 7

Aero Peek is a useful feature in Windows. It can help you save time and get a specific open window or running application quickly by providing better visibility to what you have open and running if you know how to use it. This tutorial will show you how to turn Aero Peek on or off in Windows 7.
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Published April 4, 2015 by admin

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How to Make the Start Menu of Windows 10 Similar to Windows 7

You can notice that the Windows 10 Start Menu has two parts, which mixes up the Start Menu from Windows 8 and Windows 7. If you don’t like this complicated Start Menu, you can change it to the one which looks like in Windows 7. Here’s a tutorial for you.
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Published April 3, 2015 by admin

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How to Enable the Delete Confirmation Dialog in Windows 8/8.1

If you are one of the Windows 8/8.1 users, you must be very irritated by the mistaken of deleting some files of apps. That’s because when you press the Delete key by mistake, you won’t get the delete confirmation dialog box but only get the result that the files you just deleted mistakenly are moved to Recycle Bin immediately. So, if you don’t mean to delete that file, the delete confirmation dialog is surely needed. Now, let’s lean how to enable the delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 8/8.1 and you can avoid some mistakes.
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Published March 27, 2015 by admin

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How to Remove Shortcut Arrows from Desktop Icons Easily

You may notice that you put whichever shortcut on your desktop, there will be an arrow on that icon, which is in the bottom left side corner. This arrow is a sign to tell you that this is a shortcut of the program or file. In fact, you can remove this arrow with a few steps. Now, you can get a tutorial to learn how to remove those arrows from your desktop icons.

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Published March 27, 2015 by admin

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How to Move Apps Between Several Desktops

In Windows 10, Microsoft allows users to access to multiple desktops so that users can group apps at their will. However, Can you move apps between these desktops? For example, if I have an application open in desktop 1, what’s the simplest way to move it over to desktop 2? The question is how to do that? Here’s how.

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Published March 27, 2015 by admin

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Tips to Set Account Lockout Threshold for Invalid Logon Attempts

Account lockout threshold setting determines the number of failed logon attempts that causes a user account to be locked out. A locked-out account cannot be used until it is reset by an administrator or until the lockout duration for the account has expired. You can set a value between 0 and 999 failed logon attempts. If you set the value to 0, the account will never be locked out. This tutorial will show that how to set account lockout threshold in Windows 7.
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Published March 12, 2015 by admin

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How to Enable Shutdown Button on Windows 7 Logon Screen

In general, the shutdown button at the bottom right corner of the logon screen can help you quickly access shut down, hibernate, restart and sleep option. But sometime, you might lose the shutdown button accidentally after you upgrade the Windows system. But don’t worry. Please follow this instruction to restore the missing shutdown button.
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Published March 4, 2015 by admin

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