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Now here is something very handy, if you find yourself staring at the screen and trying to find the blanking cursor, follow this simple tutorial and make your life easier. Option 1 Tweet

Windows 8 Tips: Scan/Restore System Files

Written on August 7, 2012, by in Categories: Windows, Windows Tips

Now here is a great tip, which requires little to no effort, it will scan all Windows 8 sytem files and revert the changes (if any were made by the 3rd party). – Type “cmd” in the Start Screen – Select “Run as Administrator” – Type “sfc /scannow” (without quotes) Tweet

Now here is a great tip to maximize your reading experience and make the text look just fine. All you have to do is: – Launch start screen (or Windows+F) and type “Clear” Tweet

With the upcoming release of Windows 8, some people seem to feel unsure about the new “Secure Boot” feature, which, when enabled, supposedly locks you down. However, this is not exactly the case as tech enthusiasts can still update their motherboard firmware (UEFI, which replaces BIOS). How do we know that? During the June 14,

Even though Microsoft remains silent on the Windows 8 usage scenarios and Windows 8 RT hardware is not yet publicly available (hence no one ever posted this tip before), we have just learned something what concerned us for a while. How do you take a screenshot on a Windows 8 RT (Arm) device that has

Windows 8 Full price might be lower. According to the latest rumor from the Microsof’s insiders, Paul Thurrot and Mary Jo Foley, the software giant might be ditching the retail version of the Windows 8 and instead, offer two packages only: – Windows Upgrade DVD ($39.99) – Windows 8 System Builder Kit (OEM) Tweet

After Windows Phone 8 received a cool start menu customization option, which allows you to resize tiles into large, medium and small, we felt that Windows 8 would also benefit from such customization and as a result, here is what we have come up to: Tweet

As the WPC 2012 conference continues, Microsoft has said some interesting things regarding the upcoming Mac OS X and Windows 8 releases. Quoting some of the reviewers, the software giant stated that the roles have now reversed and the Microsoft is a new leader in innovation while Apple’s latest OS pretty much sucks. Stay tuned.

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