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[Tutorial] How To Quickly Clean Printer Head In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Quickly Clean Printer Head In Windows

After some time, the heads of your printer may become dirty and cause black streaks or spots on your print. The drivers for your printer typically include tools for cleaning and in this tutorial I will show you how to access them and setup printer head cleaning.

By On October 20, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Disable Keyboard Function Keys By Default

[Tutorial] How To Disable Keyboard Function Keys By Default

Your computer keyboard has function keys which can help you to activate the WiFi, change screen brightness or change the volume? These keys are enabled by default and replace the keys F1, F2, F3, etc. To use them, it is necessary to press the Fn key at the same time. However you can reverse this operation inside the BIOS of your computer and disable them, in this tutorial I will show you how.

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[Tutorial] How To Create Virtual Hard Disk or VHDX In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Create Virtual Hard Disk or VHDX In Windows 8

In this Windows 8 tutorial I will show you how to create VHD (Virtual Hard Disk) or VHDX (Hyper-V Virtual Hard Disk) file in Windows 8. To be able to perform this operation you will need to be signed in as an administrator.

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[Tutorial] How To Find (Fix) USB Drive Letter In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Find (Fix) USB Drive Letter In Windows

It may happen that Windows can not properly assign a letter to your USB Drive. In that case your USB Drive will not appear inside Windows Explorer and you won’t be able to open it inside Windows. In this tutorial I will show you how to fix this problem and also assuring your that this operation is safe for data located on the USB drive.

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[Tutorial] How To Recreate The Partition Of USB Drive In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Recreate The Partition Of USB Drive In Windows

If your USB drive is corrupted, you will need to recreate the partition which it contains and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that on safe and secure way. Let me also note that all files on the drive will be erased during the operation so be advised before proceeding to this tutorial.

By On October 19, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Correct Files Errors On Your USB Drive

[Tutorial] How To Correct Files Errors On Your USB Drive

If it happens to you that some of the files located on your USB drive are inaccessible there is a simple technique you can perform using your Windows repair tool and fix this problem. Continue reading this tutorial where I will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Log On To Windows 8 with Four Digit PIN

[Tutorial] How To Log On To Windows 8 with Four Digit PIN

Microsoft has added many different login options inside Windows 8 and one among them is using a PIN number. This login option can be very convenient for tablet or smartphone users because they can quickly login into Windows. Follow this tutorial to find out how to create a four digit pin for your Windows 8.

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[Tutorial] How To Get Windows 7 Style Start Menu In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Get Windows 7 Style Start Menu In Windows 8

With the complete rebuild of the start menu in Windows 8 people will be surely missing Windows 7 style Start menu. However there is a simple way to return it back in Windows 8 without any additional programs or plugins installation and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On October 18, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Backup Windows 8 Registry

[Tutorial] How To Backup Windows 8 Registry

We had many tutorials for Windows 8 and earlier versions of Windows which had involved changes inside registry. Although these changes can be quite risky if you make some mistakes we never have shown you how to backup your registry so you can easily restore it back if your system crash. In this tutorial I will show you how to backup your Windows 8 registry, however these steps can be also applied to earlier versions of Windows such as Windows Vista and Windows 7.

By On October 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tips] How To Perform Google Image Search With A Picture

[Tips] How To Perform Google Image Search With A Picture

Google always surprise us with some of their hidden features for which many of us probably don’t know. One of these features is the ability to perform a search from an image. If, for example, we have a picture of a painting or a famous building, but do not know who is the author, or if we have the logo of a company whose name we do not remember, we can use this feature to find the right answer .

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[Tutorial] How To Convert Text To Audio MP3

[Tutorial] How To Convert Text To Audio MP3

In this tutorial I will show you how to use free Windows app called Balabolka to convert many types of documents: doc, docx, txt, epub, pdf, odt… directly to MP3 audio. This can be quite useful for people who need to read long reports. By converting those reports into MP3 you can then sit back and listen them on your computer, a music player, phone, etc..

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[Tutorial] How To Find Faster DNS Server – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Find Faster DNS Server – Windows

For those users that don’t know DNS servers are used by your internet connection to make the correspondence between a domain name and the corresponding IP address. DNS servers used by Internet service providers are not the fastest. Some services like Google Public DNS or OpenDNS put at your disposal free DNS very swift. You can speed up your Internet browsing using these DNS servers rather than your Internet service provider and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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[Tips] How To Change The Look Of The New Tab in Google Chrome

[Tips] How To Change The Look Of The New Tab in Google Chrome

If you got bored with simple design of Google Chrome new tab, there is an easy way to make it more interesting with app called Awesome New Tab Page. With this app you can add much more functionality (or shortcut links to applications) to the new Google browser tab and in this tutorial I will show you how.

By On October 16, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Forward Port (Using UPnP) On Your Router

[Tutorial] How To Forward Port (Using UPnP) On Your Router

UPnP allows compatible applications to automatically change the settings on your router to add a port redirect. Unfortunately, some applications do not support UPnP and can not automatically redirect a port in your router. It is then up to you to connect to your router and manually add the port to redirect. For some users this may look like a bit complicated and risky procedure but to make everything simple and easy we will be using a free app for Windows called UPnP Port Mapper which allows you to automatically manage your port forwarding from your desktop without having to connect to your router.

By On October 14, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Manually Update Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Manually Update Windows 8

Windows 8 comes with a new built-in updater which is scheduled to check for updates once per day. But if this updater is turned off or you don’t use your computer much often it may happen that you miss some important updates and leave your system unprotected. That’s why I will, in this tutorial I will show you how to check for Windows 8 updates manually.

By On October 14, 2012 1 Response
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