Last updated on September 28th, 2013The Adware/InstallCore.Gen is a dangerous software that displays dangerous advertisements on the infected computer. Upon computer infection, user information may be collected from the malware program to be used to display targeted advertising.
Last updated on March 7th, 2017"Delta search” is a new browser adware and virus program that changes you browser's start page and search settings. The "Delta search” emulates the Google Search engine and performs browsing redirects.
Last updated on September 28th, 2013If you like Windows 8 to boot straight to desktop and bypass the Metro Apps environment, just follow the easy steps bellow to do that.
Last updated on September 28th, 2013Unwanted files constantly exist in our computers from internet browsing, programs installation, etc. All these unwanted files waste our hard disk space and delay the computer speed. Fortunately there is the free utility named “TFC – Temp File Cleaner” by OldTimer,
Last updated on September 28th, 2013In a previous article, we mention the importance of the system repair disc creation to troubleshoot your system when your computer doesn't boot. In this article we will explain how you can use the system repair disc to troubleshoot your computer.
Windows repair disk – Get ready to solve your computer problems when Windows 8, 7 or Vista don't boot.
Last updated on September 28th, 2013The latest windows versions ships with the feature to create a system repair disc to repair your computer when you cannot boot anymore in Windows. The system repair disc contains recovery options that helps you to repair your computer from serious errors.
Last updated on January 11th, 2016In the new Windows 8 or 10 Desktop mode, you can still find the “Show Desktop” function at the lower right end of the taskbar (click at the blank area to the right of the clock/date area) to minimize your all open windows and get to the desktop. But if you want your […]
Last updated on September 28th, 2013Until today all Windows operating systems (Windows 7, Vista, XP, etc.) had an easy way to close the running applications. You have just to press the “X” symbol at the open window, or by simultaneously pressing “ALT+F4” or by running Task Manager.