Operating Systems

How to Fulfill Deleted Photo Recovery?

October 3, 2020
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Photos store precious memories. With the development of technology, people have fewer physical photos but resort to save the images on computers. On one hand, the images become easier to keep and are no longer confined to a storage environment; on the other hand, however, it could be devastating when you delete them by accident. […]

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Apply These 7 Secret Techniques to Improve Windows Performance

September 12, 2020
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Even though Windows get keeping faster and more accurate timely. But, still, numerous hacks remained unsolved which means to maintain the fastest speed of the system, there are a lot of things that need to be addressed properly. However, somehow individual lags in doing so as they are not that engaged with the technical bits. […]

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How to Optimize Windows for Better Performance

April 14, 2019

The mighty Windows computers may see dark days of their lives when you remain negligent towards early signs of diminishing performance. Your Windows machine works just fine when you buy it brand new, but over time due to various reasons, your system gets slow. Here, you may encounter numerous performance issues like a slow boot, […]

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Troubleshooting – “Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device” Error

April 12, 2018

When starting Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10, or other Windows OS, you may receive the error message “Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key” Just like the one below:    Even if you reboot the computer, Windows startup is still blocked here.  In […]

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How to remove homegroup Windows 10

October 30, 2017

Microsoft introduced HomeGroup feature in Windows 7. It allow Windows PC users to easily share files and printers with other users in the same homegroup. It remained part of all the next Windows versions including Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. This practically eliminates the need of having an external storage device to transfer […]

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What is the Best OS for Programming

May 31, 2017

The technology is evolving at a rapid pace. With such changes, it may seem tricky to follow the latest trends or have a complete understanding of everything thrown your way. This is best seen in the world of software developers. Favorite programming platforms constantly change, and preferred operating systems for programming are always changing places […]

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What Businesses Should Consider before Migrating to Windows 10

September 5, 2015

Microsoft Windows 8 was not a good product; it is even possible to say it was a disaster for the company. Now Microsoft has refocused on enterprise and released Windows 10, which they promise will restore their credibility with businesses. Windows 10 is more than just an upgrade to an operating system which has been […]

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What You Need To Know About Defrag Computer

February 7, 2013

Intelligent PC/laptop users all recognize the significance of de-fragmentation, as it is one of the easiest but most powerful way to restore the lost computer performance. Fragmentation and Defragmentation Let us try to explain the words fragment and defragment to you without sounding too geeky. Suppose that you enter your room and your stuff is […]

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Deleted File Recovery with System Restore Facility

February 3, 2013

If we talk about the recovery of deleted files, Microsoft has offered a great feature which is called as system restore. However, only few people know its proper use while great majority cannot understand it properly. The basic aim of this application is to remove those programs which obstruct the normal functioning of your computer. […]

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Simple Tune-Up Actions to a Faster PC In 2013

January 29, 2013

How many PC problems did you experience last year? If you couldn’t count how many times you reformatted your computer last year, countless files you lost to crashes and how many unproductive hours you wasted trying to put your system in order, you are not alone. I had my share of system comedy last year […]

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How Facebook Demonstrates the Power of Windows 8

October 10, 2011

Windows 8 is not just another Windows operating system. This might be the reason why they have called it the Re-Creation of Windows. There are many users who have avoided Windows upgrades in the past. There are still many people who are using Windows 2000, for example. The new Windows 8 download, we are going […]

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Why Cloud Computing Is Safer Than Anything Else: Welcome Windows 8

October 6, 2011

Windows 8 is a huge change in the way we will use our computers compared to the past. We were introduced to personal computing by Windows many years ago. The idea was that we would use our computer and application, and we would save our information on our computers. The internet meant we could now […]

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5 Leaks on the New Windows 8 Smartphone Operating System Improvements

July 3, 2011

The Windows 8 promises some great improvements for those who love to use their smartphone. The new operating system will allow us to have the same operating system on our tablet, laptop and smartphone. This will be the first time we have had this as a reality. The closest thing to this has been Apple’s […]

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Flash no longer included on Macs per default

October 27, 2010

The new MacBook Air from Apple comes without Flash pre-installed, something which Mac’s have had for a long time. But as you might know, Steve Jobs is not a big fan of Flash and Flash is not even possible on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Apple is now doing the same as Microsoft by […]

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Wrapup: Apple’s “Back to the Mac”-event. OS X 10.7 Lion, iLife ’11, FaceTime, Mac App Store, MacBook Air.

October 20, 2010

Apple and Steve Jobs just wrapped up their October 20th “Back to the Mac” Apple event in San Francisco with a bunch of new stuff. Here are the highlights: Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion” & Mac App Store The next big cat in the OS X line will be the “Lion” for OS X 10.7. […]

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Apple to hold “Back to the Mac” event October 20th – new Mac’s? OS X 10.7 ‘Lion’?

October 14, 2010

Apple will hold a special media event on Wednesday (the 20th) called “Back to the Mac”. The media seems to believe the event will mainly focus on MacBook Air, iLife and iWork and Mac OS X 10.7. MacBook Air According to the rumors, a new MacBook Air will feature a 11.6″ display and being more […]

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5 Tips For Making Your Computer Start Up Faster

September 16, 2010

When it comes to owning a computer, the odds of something acting up down the line is highly possible. Perhaps a video will not play properly, or maybe the screen frequently freezes. Yet another issue is a computer that does not boot up as fast as the owner would like. Thankfully, there are things that […]

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Charlie Miller: Snow Leopard Easier To Hack Than Windows 7

March 3, 2010

Apple fanbois, you better buckle up, cause when the anti-Apple crew gets a hold of this little titbit from Charlie Miller, they might mock your choice of being a Mac user just a little bit. Italian IT Security site, oneITsecurity, published an interview with Charlie Miller, two-year contest champion at Pwn2Own where the deal is […]

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Windows 7 Resulted In More Satisfied Users Than Snow Leopard

February 5, 2010

Both Microsoft and Apple released their newest operating systems in 2009 and according to a British opinion survey by YouGov, Microsoft’s operating system was the software users were most satisfied with. YouGov followed the “satisfaction rating” for Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard for the past 6 months. A group of users […]

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Windows 3.1 In Your Browser? Try It Out!

January 25, 2010

Nostalgia? Why not take good ol’ Windows 3.1 for a spin in your browser. Michaelv.org has a decent version of Windows 3.1 running and it requires nothing else than your modern-day web browser to use it. Windows 3.1 was first released in October 1992 and later replaced with Windows 3.11 in 1993. A few years […]

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Windows Mobile 6.5 Released Today – It Doesn’t Look Good

October 6, 2009

Windows Mobile has received a ton of negative criticism over the years, though there’s still some faithful users of Windows Mobile, the rest of the world seems to have moved over to Symbian, iPhone, Android and webOS. And to be honest, Windows Mobile seems really old and clumsy to use compared to other modern mobile […]

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Fixed: Copy/Pasting E-mail Address In Snow Leopard Mail

September 17, 2009

Earlier this week I wrote about how Mail.app in Snow Leopard changed the way e-mail addresses would be copied to your clipboard, when you right click on a “From” name on an e-mail, to copy their e-mail address. The way it used to work, like in Leopard, was that it simply copied the e-mail address, […]

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Snow Leopard Mail Quirk: Copy/Pasting Addresses

September 14, 2009

Apple’s mail program so cleverly named “Mail”, didn’t really add anything new and useful to me when I updated from Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard to 10.6 Snow Leopard. Sure, 64 bit is cool and might have made the application a bit snappier, but Exchange support which is the shiny new thing in Mail, is […]

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I Finally Managed To Screw Up My Mac – Snow Leopard Guest Account Erased My Files

September 10, 2009

I don’t know what happened and I never thought I should say this, but I finally had my first really bad “whoops” with my Mac, after being a Mac user for over 3 years. By accident I clicked the “guest account” when I was going to login and it tried to login at my guest […]

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