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  1. The easiest way to shut down your Windows 8 & 8.1 PC with one click. One of the ways is to use Keyboard Shortcuts to power down Windows. 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: Step 1: Go to Desktop and Right Click then go new and Click Shortcut menu. Step 2: Enter the following Code in Shortcut bar. Make Shutdown Button Code is: shutdown -s -t 0 Make Restart ButtonCode is: shutdown -r -t 0 Make Logoff Button Code is: shutdown -l -t 0
  2. What I hate about Windows 8&8.1 is the unavailability of hibernate option inside Power menu. If you need to have Hibernate option inside your Windows 8 Power menu, read this article. Step 1: On your keyboard press Win+R to lunch the Run dialog window. Step 2: Inside Run window type powercfg.cpl and press Enter on your keyboard. Step 3: When Power Options window opens up, inside left pane you need to click on Choose what the power buttons do link. Step 4: Now click on Change settings that are currently unavailable, located at the top. Step 5: Now scroll down the op
  3. Some say with the development of cloud storage, USB drive will be an old timer, But technically, today we can’t imagine any device without USB, whether we use it on our laptop or desktop computer, tablet, smart phone, car or any other device. However even USB became standard for every device, still its drivers could get corrupted sometime, disabled by mistake or removed by virus on our computers. If this happens our computer won’t recognize any device we connect to our computer over USB and we will need to re-install our drivers all over again. This tutorial will show you how to re-install USB
  4. In Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, the charms bar will appear when we move the cursor to the upper or lower right corners of the screen. But some computer users think this feature is annoying. The charms bar shows up many times when users accidentally move the mouse to the top or bottom right side corner. This article will show you how to disable the charms bar in your operating system. Method One 1. Right-click on the Taskbar, and click on Properties. 2. In Taskbar and Navigation properties, click on the Navigation tab, and uncheck the When I point to the upper-right corner, show the char
  5. Dear all. Last night, we updated the WRC to the version 8.21.536 on the Windows 2008 R2 host. All of the suddent it showed a lot of errors on the run, which it reported as fixed. That is when problems begun. There is a backup feature and restore, which used, but it doesnt really help. Looks like the environment is totallys screwed up, even if we restore backup copis of the registry from different dates in the past 1 month (there were no changes to the system). We could not get Admin Tools to run, had to specify manually the mmc.exe is the util to open all the tools. We can not start bunc
  6. How to open the Control Panel in Windows 8 Step 1 Navigate to the Desktop part of Windows 8. You can do this by hitting the Windows key or clicking the Desktop tile. Step 2 Open the Charms bar by swiping in from the right hand edge of the screen (for touch) or moving your mouse to the right hand corners of the screen. Step 3 Click Settings. Step 4 Click Control Panel. Windows 8 control panel Alternatively, you can search for the Control Panel by the Search section of the Charms bar. It's also found in the System section of the Apps list. How to open PC Settings in
  7. Hello, I'm a huge fan of the freeware for Reg/Disk cleaner and use it often. My primary machine is a Windows 7 (64bit, UAC disabled, always elevated privileges). My secondary machine is a Windows XP (32bit, always elevated privileges). But this is regarding an issue I had after using RegCleaner on a friend's laptop and how I solved it. This information may be useful to the developers. It's not fully intended for other users to use as a solid solution to any given problem. I believe my problem may have been purely circumstantial and rare. DISCLAIMER: I don't claim that it will work 100%
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