How to Add Custom Folders on This PC in Windows 8.1

How to Add Custom Folders on This PC in Windows 8.1

In addition to this discussion about leading changes in Windows 8.1, you might have observed that computer folder inside File Explorer is renamed from “Computer” to “This PC”. It now includes Desktop, Documents, Downloads, Pictures, and Videos folders in addition to the usual devices and drives (hard drives, optical drives, and removable devices) and network […]

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How Indian Android Device Manufacturers are Fooling and Misleading You

How Indian Android Device Manufacturers are Fooling and Misleading You

Micromax Canvas 4, a mid-range smartphone is seeing hype and excitement comparable to the likes of multinational brands — perhaps for the first time for an Indian manufacturer. Promising specifications better than many high-end devices, it has led people into thinking that this company is offering much more value at much lesser price. Which is […]

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How to Stop Grouping of Taskbar Buttons in Windows 8

How to Stop Grouping of Taskbar Buttons in Windows 8

Reminding of old days, in Windows XP we had the expanded taskbar icons for currently running programs. Since Windows 7, these taskbar buttons are grouped by default to the program icon in order to increase free space on taskbar. But, some of users may find it uninteresting and they may like to restore the ungrouped […]

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[FIX] “Unable To Display The Current Owner” Error On Windows 8

[FIX] “Unable To Display The Current Owner” Error On Windows 8

We all know that Windows basically works on the behalf of permissions for editing it to the core. If you have the permissions, you can make modification to the associated component otherwise not. For instance, if you want to modify typical options of computer, you need to modify some registries, and for that you have […]

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Configure DPI Settings in Windows 8.1 Using Registry

Configure DPI Settings in Windows 8.1 Using Registry

Windows 8.1 is providing us the Dots Per Inch (DPI) Scaling to be configured for consistent experience on display. This DPI Scaling handles the way your computer give the size to fonts, icons etc. per display. For an instance, if you’re running your device at resolution at or above 1366×768 pixels, then DPI Scaling in […]

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How to Sign Out From Mail App in Windows 8

How to Sign Out From Mail App in Windows 8

Following the previous discussion on Windows 8, one thing is for sure and it’s the advancement of apps. On an average, most of you, once signed in to the Mail app using Microsoft account, didn’t have given try to sign out. We found that this becomes an issue in case of normal users. They are […]

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Windows 8.1 New Features and Changes: Should I Upgrade?

Windows 8.1 New Features and Changes: Should I Upgrade?

Straight back to last year, after a lot of controversies, Microsoft launched Windows 8 with its prime Metro UI. Since the launch of Windows 8, users have find this operating system more complicated than other operating systems in the category like Linux, FreeBSD etc. Moreover, most of users has reported this operating system a bit […]

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[FIX] Missing Send To Options in Right Click Context Menu of Windows 8

[FIX] Missing Send To Options in Right Click Context Menu of Windows 8

By default in Windows, whenever we do a right click on an item in the Explorer, then in the context menu we got “Send to” option. Using this option we’re able to send the highlighted content to desired place with some of the predefined entries. Here is the Send to option inside right click context […]

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