Remove SuperFish Adware Software (Adware Removal Guide)

Remove SuperFish Adware Software (Adware Removal Guide)

SuperFish ads are caused from an adware software that may install additional plugins (toolbars, extensions or add-ons) inside the Web browser in order to present unwanted pop-up ads and advertisements in every webpage the user visit.  More

Change Windows SID – Windows 7 & Server 2008 (How To)

Change Windows SID – Windows 7 & Server 2008 (How To)

Daily I use Virtual Machines to test software or to write tutorials for several  cases. To do this quickly and safely I clone a clear VM image so I perform my tests in a clear and stable Windows environment. In other cases when a domain computer needs to be reinstalled, More

How to Install Teredo Tunneling Adapter

How to Install Teredo Tunneling Adapter

Teredo Tunneling Adapter is a virtual device that acts as an interpreter between IPv4 and IPv6 networks. At the moment most computers are connected to the Internet using IPv4 connectivity without a direct (native) connection to IPv6 networks. More

Speed Up Shutdown Time in Windows 8, 7, Vista & XP (How To)

Speed Up Shutdown Time in Windows 8, 7, Vista & XP (How To)

If your computer takes too long to shutdown, then a running service or application probably takes a long time to close and prevents your system to shutdown. During this behavior, Windows wait some time for the service (or application) to respond and after that time, notify the user that the service is not stopped and prompts him what to do. More

Speed Up Windows Startup – Windows 8, 7, Vista & XP (How To)

Speed Up Windows Startup – Windows 8, 7, Vista & XP (How To)

If you want the best performance of Windows, then you have to ensure that you always run only the necessary applications during Windows Startup. This tutorial can be helpful for computers where the Operating System was installed a long time ago, but is also helpful for computers that are recently bought More

How to change Hard Disk's Volume Serial Number (Volume ID)

How to change Hard Disk's Volume Serial Number (Volume ID)

The Volume Serial Number (also known as VSN) is a unique serial number that is assigned to an optical disk (CD or DVD) or a hard drive after formatting. The Volume Serial Number was added by Microsoft and IBM so that the operating system could recognize if an optical disk or a drive is changed on the system. More

{Fix} CPU Fan Stay On after Shutdown Windows 8 or 8.1

{Fix} CPU Fan Stay On after Shutdown Windows 8 or 8.1

I have seen this annoying problem in several Windows 8 (or 8.1) laptops when performing a computer shutdown: the screen becomes black, but the Processor (CPU) fan stays On and, in some laptops, the power state and Hard disk lights also stay on.  More

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