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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The Lava Xtron+ Review- A Tablet with Stellar Hardware but Poor Software

The Lava Xtron+ Review- A Tablet with Stellar Hardware but Poor Software

The budget Android tablet market has changed a lot since the last year, when every Indian manufacturer was jumping on this booming business. Nearly every single budget tablet launched in that time period boasted impeccable hardware specifications, though their actual performance was terrible.

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Regcure PRO Review and License Keys Giveaway

Regcure PRO Review and License Keys Giveaway

To keep Windows running smoothly, we have to take care of it regularly. Optimizing and maintaining Windows registry is necessary as an unoptimized registry can lead you to slow boot ups and many application related issues. There are many free and paid registry optimization tools present which can help you perform this task.

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Fed Up of Slow Android Emulator? Try Genymotion (Windows, Mac and Linux)

Fed Up of Slow Android Emulator? Try Genymotion (Windows, Mac and Linux)

Developing for Android has become significantly easier and better lately, especially since the recent Google I/O, which saw the release of Android Studio. However, there’s one thing that still sucks about it — the official Android emulator. It is sluggish and it is slower than the slowest turtle on the planet. To give you an […]

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Scatter App Syncs Files Between Android, Windows, iOS and Mac Automagically

Scatter App Syncs Files Between Android, Windows, iOS and Mac Automagically

   “Black magic”. No words better than these two can describe Scatter, a new application that lets you sync files between Android, Windows, iOS and Mac. While such apps have existed for long, none of them provide a cross-platform support so wide and work so seamlessly (can’t stress this word enough) like Scatter does.

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