Upgrade Windows 10 from Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 you may find that the Device Manager can see the network interface card (NIC) installed and will report that it is working legitimately yet in Control Panel the Networking and Sharing Center won’t see the network adapter by any stretch of […]
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The Microsoft is in all news because of Windows 9. There are many features of it those have already dragged many attentions due to rumour mill, or analysts. However, one of the most buzzed thing among them is certainly about the Windows 9 coming with cloud computing. The speculations mount […]Read more ›
In the last years, the WiFi (wireless fidelity) technology became more and more popular among people owning tablets, smartphones or laptops. If you own at least one such device, you will want to connect it to the Internet via WiFi or Mobile Broadband. Even though you can get online via […]Read more ›
As we already know, the start button is gone from Windows 8 even though it is now officially back in Windows 8.1 when booting to the desktop option. The start button was replaced in version 8 with the Charms Menu. Basically it pops out from the right side of the […]Read more ›
The drop shadow effect is a feature in Windows systems that allow users to make icons and texts more visible on the wallpaper. Applying this effect, results in easier to read icon and texts on wallpapers that have both dark and light spots such as nature inspired or urban landscapes. […]Read more ›
If you want to customize the icon size in your taskbar if you own let's say a laptop with a small screen size, this tutorial is for you. You may want to make room for other elements on your display. Large icons usually fit better on large screens such as […]Read more ›
With Windows 8, Microsoft wanted to make sure the Start screen is the only option for users to navigate thru programs and computer settings and completely removed the Classic Start menu. I can't understand the thinking behind completely removing the start menu in favor of Metro. However, a large majority […]Read more ›
Windows 8 allows users to login using a PIN code (4 digits). It is the easiest and quickest method. Instead of typing a password you just enter the 4 digits and will be logged in instantly. Here is how to setup the PIN login option on Windows 8: 1. On […]Read more ›
Windows 8 features a new innovative method of logging on or unlocking your computer without using the keyboard: to set touch points on an image as account password. You can choose which image you want to use and, by clicking parts of that image such as hands, face, eyes or […]Read more ›