{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

How to disable Fast Startup in Windows 8 and 8.1

How to disable Fast Startup in Windows 8 and 8.1

Fast Startup is a new feature of Windows 8 & 8.1 OS, that allows a computer to boot and start faster than before. Fast Startup feature is named also hybrid-boot or hybrid shutdown, because when you shutdown your computer (or log off,) the system saves a part of system drivers and files to a hibernation file More

Remove Roll Around Ads (Adware Removal Guide)

Remove Roll Around Ads (Adware Removal Guide)

Roll Around 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

How to edit & modify the Windows Registry OFFLINE

How to edit & modify the Windows Registry OFFLINE

If your system is no longer bootable due to a virus attack or for some other reason (e.g. after you change SATA controller mode in BIOS or Motherboard) then you have to use an offline registry editor to make the appropriate modifications in Windows registry in order to boot Windows normally. More

How to replace Motherboard without Reinstalling Windows

How to replace Motherboard without Reinstalling Windows

This article is for users that want to replace Motherboard on their computers without reinstalling the Windows Operating System and keep all programs, files & settings untouched.

Consider the following scenarios:

1. You want to upgrade your main computer parts (mainboard, CPU, RAM, etc.) but you want to keep your current Windows installation, in order to keep your program settings & files untouched and not reinstall them from the beginning.  More

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