Here today, i’m going to share with you a very informative trick about how we can enable administrator account in windows 8. As we know that administrator account is disabled by default in windows 8 due to enhance the security. This is because , the windows administrator account is the favorite target of Hackers to gain access of your computer without your permission.Without wasting our precious time, lets dive into the method about How to Enable and disable the windows administrator account in windows 8.1 / windows 8.
In case you get alerts that the Virtual Memory of your Windows® 8 PC is too low, follow the steps given in this video to increase it.
Since that day when the First computer was invented, the use of larger secondary memory or RAM ( Random access memory) is increasing day by day. What if, you have only 2GB of RAM in installed in your computer and want to run larger applications which takes more than of 2GB of RAM. What will computer do to run that program or set of programs? That’s where Virtual memory comes to rescue. By using Virtual memory computer can be able to run applications which need more system memory than the installed one.
Here in this post i’ll show you, how to disable lock screen in windows 8.
Windows 8 has a lot of awesome features , lock screen is one of them. lock screen is really good for tablets where you can control things by a single gesture of your finger but when it comes to desktop , lock screen really irritates almost everyone and it require a little more interaction of keyboard and mouse for to go to your windows Desktop...
You may have an obvious delay between the press of the shutdown button and the actual shutdown of your Windows operating system. This registry tweak works in all versions of Windows including Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Many users wait until their computers have fully finished turning off before leaving them. This may be either for safety or for confidentiality concerns. Some computers, especially older ones, take much longer to turn off than some users would like. The time it takes your computer to turn off should be considerably less than it takes to power on.
Here’s a way to get more usefulness out of ”My Computer” by adding the shortcuts that you need to it. This also gives you quick access to the program or folder and works very well with Windows Explorer tabs tweak like Clover. Here’s how you can add shortcuts to your ”My Computer” in a few easy clicks...
Where Windows 7 displays its power button in a prominent place on its Start Menu, Windows 8 makes perform four actions just to turn your computer off. To get to the power button in the new OS, you must pull out the Charms menu, click the Settings charm, click the Power button and then select Shutdown or Restart.
However, there’s an easy way to put the shutdown and restart functions just one click away from the desktop and Start screen. Just create shortcuts for both actions using the following steps:
This is just a weird trick I learned so I decided to post this. You can watch most of the beginning of the first Star wars movie, which is episode IV from command prompt. It's pretty cool...
There is a complete copy of Star Wars done entirely in ASCII characters that you can watch in the Windows operating system (or any OS that supports telnet). The only thing required to watch it is an internet connection; speed does not matter.
There are many people who do not happy with large (4px) windows borders in Windows 8 RTM(RP,CP and so on). As you may know, Microsoft has removed the classic appearance feature from Windows 8 and you not able to reduce windows borders anymore without hacks.
Our friend Vishal Gupta has covered how to get stable transparency in Windows 8 using our Aero8Tuner software and bLend tool. I realized that:
[Last Update Sep 12, 2014] Starting with Windows 8, Microsoft has introduced a new way aka Windows app store to download applications on Windows PCs and tablets. These Application store a certain amount of data like music playlist or game progress, when they are used and there may be a situation when you need to reinstall Windows but don’t want to loose your app data while formatting the windows.