[Tutorial] How To Backup File Versions in Windows 8 Using File History

[Tutorial] How To Backup File Versions in Windows 8 Using File History

is not enabled by default inside Windows 8 because backup location needs to be selected before user enable it. This tutorial will show you how to enable it first, and then configure this feature to back up our data.

By On January 25, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Integrate SkyDrive Inside Gmail For Sending Files Easily

[Tutorial] How To Integrate SkyDrive Inside Gmail For Sending Files Easily

If you are sending a lot of files from your SkyDrive cloud storage, here is a tutorial which will show you how easily you can attach your files from SkyDrive inside your Gmail emails.

By On January 18, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Create Encrypted Folder In Mac OS X

[Tutorial] How To Create Encrypted Folder In Mac OS X

f you keep a lot of important files on your Mac computer and sharing it with friends, family or coworkers this tutorial will show you how to secure most important files by encrypting a folder.

By On January 16, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Use Your iCloud Account As Dropbox Folder

[Tutorial] How To Use Your iCloud Account As Dropbox Folder

A lot of users are using Dropbox cloud services these days and I am sure that 90% of people who are reading this article also does the same. Dropbox is phenomenal but one thing most of us don’t actually like is its pricing because you will need to upgrade your account which is not quite cheap. Of course there are some options for you to rise that limit for free but eventually you will fill it again. If we look on the other side of the road, iCloud service offer 5GB storage for free user and has much lower prices if you are planning to upgrade to Pro user. The one thing iCloud does not allow their user is to use it any way you want to and its manly designed to work as service for app data syncing.

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Download Directly From Google Chrome To Dropbox

[Tutorial] How To Download Directly From Google Chrome To Dropbox

If you use the Google Chrome browser and the storage service Dropbox to save documents in the cloud, this tutorial will definitely be useful for you because it will show you how to include an option Download to Dropbox in the context menu when you click the right mouse button on image, file or document.

By On January 13, 2013 Respond
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Best Windows Applications To Remove Duplicate Files

Best Windows Applications To Remove Duplicate Files

The best way to deal with duplicate files is to identify them and remove them. To make you this job easier we will suggestion you some of best applications for Windows, Mac or Linux which will easily remove any type of duplicate file you may have in your system, whether it’s a file music, document, photograph etc…

By On November 10, 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.

By On October 19, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Restore Deleted Files On SkyDrive

[Tutorial] How To Restore Deleted Files On SkyDrive

SkyDrive is a product that has been in business for a long time and today is one of the Microsoft products. One of the latest features integrated within SkyDrive is the Recycle Bin functionality thanks to which we can recover deleted files. Many SkyDrive users are not familiar with this option and in this short tutorial I will show you how to return your files which you have deleted by mistake.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Show Extensions For Known File Types In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Show Extensions For Known File Types In Windows 8

As much as I can remember in almost every version of Windows (correct me if I’m wrong) Microsoft is hiding files extensions in order to protect them from average user who may accidentally rename them to unknown file type. When it comes to Windows 8, Microsoft didn’t make any exceptions and you are still not able to see those extensions but with few modifications you can easily make them visible and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On July 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Find And Remove Duplicate Files In Your Computer [Windows]

[Tutorial] How To Find And Remove Duplicate Files In Your Computer [Windows]

If you store a large amount of pictures, videos, musics or any other kind of files on your hard drive and you want to check if you have some duplicate file it can take a lot of time to go trough them one by one. Those files are also wasting space on your hard drive and it is recommended to locate them and delete. In this tutorial I will show you how to use Duplicate Cleaner and automatically search your hard drive to find duplicate files.

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[Tutorial] How To Protect Sensitive Documents – Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Protect Sensitive Documents – Windows 7

If you keep sensitive documents on your computer, your bank accounts or business documents, you better protect them from prying eyes and other users of your computer. Using a free tool called AxCrypt you will be able to restrict access to your sensitive files and folders by protecting them with passwords. In addition, the software includes a feature allowing you to permanently delete a file without it being possible to recover it later. Continue reading this tutorial to find out how to use this tool and protect your documents and folders.

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[Tutorial] How To Speed Up File Transfers In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Speed Up File Transfers In Windows

Those of you who transfer large amount of files every day on your computer probably have a clear picture that Windows built-in file transfer system can be quite slow. Speeding up this process can save us a lot of time and making our work much more productive. In this tutorial I will try to help and give you few advices on how you can speed files transfer in Windows 7.

By On February 29, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Change The Default Folder Icon In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Change The Default Folder Icon In Windows 7

With Windows 7 it is very easy to completely change default folder icon and replace it with the icon of your choice, to better reflect the contents of the content that’s inside that folder so you can easily find it later when you need it. Especially since Windows provides many icons at your disposal it won’t be that hard for you to choose the right one or in the worst scenario you can download any icon with .ico extension from the internet and apply it to you folder.

By On February 15, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Configure Automatic Files Backup In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Configure Automatic Files Backup In Windows 7

Personal computer has become a repository of important data: scanned documents, family photos, bank files, emails… and beside the fact you need to protect your files from other people you also need to make regular backups in case of system failure. There are plenty of Windows backup tools out there, some of them are free some are not; but you also have the option to use integrated Windows features which will certainly do its job and help you to easily backup your data. In this Tutorial we will show you how to backup your files and folders using Windows 7 Backup and Restore Tool.

By On February 11, 2012 Respond
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How To Associate A File Extension To An Application In Windows?

How To Associate A File Extension To An Application In Windows?

Associating a file extension to an application is a simple procedure that can save you valuable time. In fact you can automatically open files with particular software depending on their extensions. This is what we gone explain in this How-To guide. Note that the procedure is performed under Windows 7, but it also runs under Windows Vista.

By On February 2, 2012 Respond
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