In a previous article, we explain how to enter in Windows 8 Safe mode, from the new GUI Windows interface or with an executing command. In this tutorial we are doing the same job, using a freeware and portable application called “Boot UI Tuner” provided by WinAero.
This guide shows how to install or uninstall programs in Windows operating systems. The reason to write a special article to do this, is that Microsoft changes the design appearance between different versions of Windows and confuses users.
Until today all Windows operating systems (Windows 7, Vista, XP) had an easy way to get into Advanced options menu and Safe mode* by pressing F8 key at Windows boot . With Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft changes the way to get into that menu with more complicated steps, because the new operating system, has(…)
The OpenDocumentFormat (ODF) is a free and open source XLM file format, aiming in universal document editing. The ODF standards are defined from Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) consortium and are implemented from SUN Microsystems into OpenOffice.org office suite.
Windows 8 by default, comes with new Modern UI (Metro) environment. The new interface doesn’t include the traditional “Start menu” anymore. This is because Microsoft focuses more on the content of applications and less on graphics with Windows 8. The new design improves the user experience in a touch-friendly screen interface, like on mobile devices, tablets and(…)
Windows 8 is out in the market starting from the end of October 2012. The new operating system changes the way Windows worked until today, with new features like touchscreen interface, (like tablets), cloud integration support, better multiple monitor support, etc. The first big change for Windows users in the new operating system is the absence of(…)
The above error occurs when you try to install Windows 8 on a new PC, or by using a virtualization software like Oracle VM Virtual Box or VMWare . This error happens because, unlike Windows 7 operating system, Windows 8 is not fully compatible with all Pentium 4 processor models. In fact, in order to(…)
In Windows XP and later operating systems, when you open the control panel to customized windows settings, by default you cannot view all control panel items. To change the windows default view of the control panel, and view all items, follow the below procedure, according to your operating system:
This is a tutorial on how to replace a faulty 2.5 inches hard disk drive on a Hewlett-Packard (HP) Pavilion DV9700* series notebook. This process also works on DX6600 and DX6700 series . The whole process is very easy and will not take you more than 5 minutes.
Maybe you have captured a video with your cellphone or camcorder and when you try to play it in your computer, you discover that it is rotated 90 degrees. This error happens because many cellphones don’t understand the orientation.