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How to create a bootable Windows 7 USB or DVD Installation Setup disk

How to create a bootable Windows 7 USB or DVD Installation Setup disk

Last updated on July 5th, 2019In nowadays most new computers are shipped without Windows 7 (or Windows 8) installation disks and some of them without a DVD drive installed on them. Instead they include a recovery program that uses a hidden recovery partition to restore the computer to the default factory working state or to(…)

How to Rotate Video using VLC Media Player ver 2.1.2

How to Rotate Video using VLC Media Player ver 2.1.2

Last updated on January 20th, 2014In a previous article we described the way to rotate a video with VLC Media player. But in the last days, some of our readers have complained that the final rotated video is doubled and the video quality is pure. So I decided to look further into this problem in(…)

How to add a Program List menu on Windows 8 Desktop Interface

How to add a Program List menu on Windows 8 Desktop Interface

Last updated on January 15th, 2014Many users (including myself) find the given ways to find the installed programs on a Windows 8 based computer difficult to use. So I write this tutorial for the classic Windows users who want to view and access their installed programs while they are on Windows 8 desktop interface, as(…)

Restore Firewall Settings to their default values (Windows all)

Restore Firewall Settings to their default values (Windows all)

Last updated on January 8th, 2014In Computer science as “Firewall” we mean a software program or a hardware network security device that controls the network traffic. In other words, a “Firewall” prevents external attackers to access our computers and our network and keeps us more secure. 

Tip: How to increase (maximize) Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 & 2013 PST file size limit

Tip: How to increase (maximize) Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 & 2013 PST file size limit

Last updated on May 8th, 2017All versions of Microsoft Outlook use (by default) a single file to store all the information included on the Outlook program, like Emails, Contacts, Tasks and Calendar. This file by default is named “Outlook.pst” (the “PST” extension means “Personal Data Folder”) and has a default maximum size limit depending on(…)

Fix Igdpmd64.sys or igdpmd32.sys error in Windows 7 OS

Fix Igdpmd64.sys or igdpmd32.sys error in Windows 7 OS

Last updated on December 24th, 2013In a Windows 7 (fresh installation on a customer’s notebook computer) a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error appeared during Windows Updates. The error seems to be caused by the “Igdpmd64.sys” file. 

How to fix Windows 7 or Vista Boot errors – problems.

How to fix Windows 7 or Vista Boot errors – problems.

Last updated on December 18th, 2013Boot problems can be caused by several reasons, like power supply interruption, a damaged data cable, damaged boot device , wrong boot device order, virus attacks or after installing a new operating system. This tutorial will show you how to run and use the Windows “Startup Repair” (Repair Your Computer)(…)

How to check and update the DirectX version installed on your system

How to check and update the DirectX version installed on your system

Last updated on December 10th, 2013DirectX (by Microsoft) is a collection of application programming interfaces (API) for handling multimedia tasks in modern computers, especially on game programming and video. The name of these APIs starts with the word “Direct” such as Direct3D, DirectDraw, DirectSound, etc. DirectXs are required in most modern computer games for their(…)

How to easily restore your deleted or modified files using Shadow Copies

How to easily restore your deleted or modified files using Shadow Copies

Last updated on November 12th, 2014Shadow Copy feature (also known as “Volume Snapshot Service” or “Volume Shadow Copy Service” or “VSS”) is a technology included in the latest Windows operating systems that takes background backups of the operating system's condition and of your files in real time. 

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