[Tutorial] How To Disable Automatic Download Of Windows 8 Store App Updates

[Tutorial] How To Disable Automatic Download Of Windows 8 Store App Updates

In Windows 8, the apps which you have downloaded from Windows App Store are set to automatically update whenever new version is available. If you don’t have unlimited data plans this can drain your monthly limits very quickly, and that’s why, this tutorial will show you how to disable Windows 8 Apps automatic updates.

By On January 11, 2013 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Add Disk Cleanup Tool To Right Click Menu In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Add Disk Cleanup Tool To Right Click Menu In Windows 8

If you cleaning up your hard drive on regular basis, this tutorial will help you to make your cleaning process a bit faster and more accessible by adding Disk Cleanup tool inside context menu when you do a right mouse click on Disk Drive.

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[Tutorial] How To Turn On DHCP In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Turn On DHCP In Windows 8

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and its used to automatically assign dynamic IP address to your Windows 8 computer from DHCP server. In this tutorial I will show you how to turn on DHCP in your Windows 8.

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Dell Promises 32GB Latitude 10 Tablet For $499

Dell Promises 32GB Latitude 10 Tablet For $499

During the CES 2013 event, Dell was quick to show off its work-oriented Windows 8 tablet – Dell Latitude 10. The tablet is fairly good and comes packed with a number of apps that are essential for professionals and students alike. The company is promising that a more affordable version of the tablet will soon be launched.

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[Tutorial] How To Register DLL Files In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Register DLL Files In Windows 8

If you have to install DLL files in your Windows computer, this tutorial will show you what procedure you need to follow inside Command Prompt.

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Panasonic Unveils ‘World’s Thinnest And Lightest’ Rugged Windows 8 Tablet

Panasonic Unveils ‘World’s Thinnest And Lightest’ Rugged Windows 8 Tablet

Japanese multinational electronics company Panasonic has introduced a 10.1-inch IPS display equipped Windows 8 tablet called Toughpad FZ-G1 specially designed for field workers who need a durable design to withstand the elements. The company is saying it is the “world’s thinnest and lightest rugged Windows 8 tablet.”

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[Tutorial] How To Stop Microsoft Surface From Going To Sleep Mode Frequently

[Tutorial] How To Stop Microsoft Surface From Going To Sleep Mode Frequently

Microsoft Surface sleep mode can be quite annoying, because your computer will go to sleep every 2 minutes if you are not using it. This tutorial will show you how to increase that time or disable it completely on your Microsoft Surface.

By On January 8, 2013 1 Response
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Vizio Is Ready To Debut Its First Windows 8 Tablet

Vizio Is Ready To Debut Its First Windows 8 Tablet

After the release of Windows 8 OS, Vizio is ready with its first Windows 8 tablet. The good news is the company has just announced that it is going to release its first AMD-powered Windows 8 tablet with Full HD screen.

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[Tutorial] How To Lock Screen Rotation On Surface with Windows RT

[Tutorial] How To Lock Screen Rotation On Surface with Windows RT

Microsoft Surface don’t have any physical buttons which will help you to turn off this option (such as the one on iPad), but it does have the option hidden inside Windows Charms bar; in this tutorial I will show you how to disable it.

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Microsoft’s Windows 8 Bags $617 Million Defense Deal

Microsoft’s Windows 8 Bags $617 Million Defense Deal

Despite a lot of anticipation surrounding the launch of Windows 8, the sales of the new OS don’t seem quite extraordinary. That may be disappointing for Microsoft, who has been hard at work in developing Windows 8. However, a new deal with Department of Defense(DoD) worth $617 million may make things better for the company.

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[Tutorial] How To Play Old Arcade Games On Windows

[Tutorial] How To Play Old Arcade Games On Windows

Follow this tutorial where I will show you how to use free app for Windows called MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) which works as emulator on your computer allowing you to run old arcade games.

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[Tutorial] How To Turn Off Store App In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Turn Off Store App In Windows 8

In this tutorial I will show you how to do that, and by doing this you will prevent others from accessing your store account, and buying and downloading apps.

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Add Eye-Movement Navigation To Your Windows 8 Machines With Tobii REX

Add Eye-Movement Navigation To Your Windows 8 Machines With Tobii REX

Tobii has earned quite a repute in the tech arena for creating some of the best eye-tracking technologies. The company has formerly showcased hardware which can enable eye-tracking on Windows 8 laptops; now, with Tobii REX, it has brought eye-tracking tech to all kind of Windows 8 PCs.

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Microsoft Intends To Confine Windows 8 ARM Machines To Its OS

Microsoft Intends To Confine Windows 8 ARM Machines To Its OS

The Free Software Foundation recently launched somewhat of a campaign against Microsoft’s intents to make use of UEFI SecureBoot on its Windows 8 PCs. It has now been learned Microsoft indeed has plans of locking down Windows 8 ARM machines so that they won’t be able to run any other OS.

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Free Software Foundation Launches Offensive Against UEFI Secure Boot

Free Software Foundation Launches Offensive Against UEFI Secure Boot

Microsoft is planning on implementing this in all Windows 8 machines. But, Free Software Foundation (FSF) has launched an offensive against this, alleging the move would forcefully restrict users to Windows.

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