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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[Tutorial] How To Disable Windows 8 Hot Corners From Displaying Charms Bar And Switcher

[Tutorial] How To Disable Windows 8 Hot Corners From Displaying Charms Bar And Switcher

If you find Windows 8 hot corners annoying, and want to disable this feature in Windows 8 follow this tutorial to find out how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Root the Amazon Kindle Fire HD

[Tutorial] How To Root the Amazon Kindle Fire HD

By rooting your Amazon Kindle Fire HD7 you will be able to modify any part of the device and install any other third-party apps. If you are one of those user that are willing to root their Kindle device, this tutorial will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Increase The Stability Of The Windows Explorer – Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Increase The Stability Of The Windows Explorer – Windows 8

To improve the stability and speed of Windows Explorer, you can configure it for Windows 7 opens windows in different processes. In that case each window will have its own resources and, in case of a blocked window, others will be available. Follow this tutorial to find out how to perform this procedure in Windows.

By On December 28, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Make Windows 8 Boot Straight To Desktop

[Tutorial] How To Make Windows 8 Boot Straight To Desktop

If you have desktop PC or laptop without touchscreen, there is no reason to see the Start screen when you login into Windows 8. In this tutorial I will show you which configurations you need to make inside Task Scheduler in order to force Windows 8 to boot directly to Desktop and bypass the Start screen.

By On December 26, 2012 1 Response
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Ex-Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky Starts Teaching At Harvard

Ex-Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky Starts Teaching At Harvard

Long-time Windows chief at Microsoft, Steven Sinofsky, recently left his position at the company. Many have speculated that this was an outcome of his disagreements with Eric Schmidt. However, Sinofsky seems to be rather enjoying his taking off as he has started teaching at the Harvard Business School.

By On December 21, 2012 Respond
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Users Are Finally Adjusting To Windows 8, Microsoft Claims

Users Are Finally Adjusting To Windows 8, Microsoft Claims

Although the Modern interface of Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 8, has been hailed a lot, many feared it may pose a significant challenge to many users. However, the company has now claimed that in light of the user data it has gathered, users are adjusting nicely to the new OS.

By On December 16, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Change Windows 8 Store Apps’ Default Installation Location

[Tutorial] How To Change Windows 8 Store Apps’ Default Installation Location

There are plenty of Windows users who would like to change the default location of Windows App installation to a drive in which they have enough free space. This tutorial will show, how to do that using Windows Registry Editor.

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[Tutorial] How To Make Windows Remember PEAP Wi-Fi Network Authentication

[Tutorial] How To Make Windows Remember PEAP Wi-Fi Network Authentication

With PEAP the security is raised to a higher level, and instead of using only a password, it requires from a user to enter a username and a domain. The problem is, by default Windows will not remember your password when you are logging in with PEAP. But with some small changes inside Windows 8 this can be fixed, and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On December 3, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Take Ownership Of Registry Key In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Take Ownership Of Registry Key In Windows 8

In my previous tutorial, I showed you how to take control of your files and folder in Windows 8. This tutorial will follow the same path, but this time we will see on how to that with Windows 8 registry key. You will need to know how to perform this procedure, because one of our next tutorials will require from you to perform this change.

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[Tutorial] How to Take File Or Folder Ownership In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How to Take File Or Folder Ownership In Windows 8

If you are not able to take ownership of a file or folder inside Windows 8, this tutorial will show you how to do that manually. This procedure is the same in all Windows versions, so you shouldn’t have any problems performing it under Windows Vista or Windows 7.

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[Tutorial] How To Bring Back Start Screen Tile Animation In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Bring Back Start Screen Tile Animation In Windows 8

Want to bring back the animation that shows up when you first log in to your Windows 8 machine? This tutorial will show you how.

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[Tutorial] How To Share Internet Connection From A Windows 8 PC

[Tutorial] How To Share Internet Connection From A Windows 8 PC

With Windows 8 you can easily create a secure access point using a single command and anyone who have the encryption key will be able to connect wirelessly to your computer, acting as a gateway to the Internet. Follow this tutorial to find out the process.

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Microsoft May Release Windows Blue In 2013 For Free

Microsoft May Release Windows Blue In 2013 For Free

It’s no wonder that a company like Microsoft to start working on their future products far ahead in time. This is what happened in this case too. Microsoft has already started on its next version of Windows. According to reports, this time Microsoft will change the rules of the game. It can even offer the next Windows for free.

By On November 29, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft: 40 Million Windows 8 Licenses Sold In One Month

Microsoft: 40 Million Windows 8 Licenses Sold In One Month

Although a complete revamp of earlier Windows operating systems, Windows 8 adoption rate was slower than expected in the first month. Now, we have some solid figures to measure its success. Yesterday, Microsoft announced that it has sold 40 million Windows 8 licenses in the first month.

By On November 28, 2012 Respond
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