Posts Tagged ‘Tips’

Understanding Windows 7’s ‘GodMode’

Enthusiasts are buzzing over a trick that lets users get access to all of the operating system’s controls in one folder.

Although its name suggests perhaps even grander capabilities, Windows enthusiasts are excited over the discovery of a hidden "GodMode" feature that lets users access all of the operating system’s control panels from within a single folder.

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[How to] Change Font on Android Device

When it comes to customizing your phone, Android offers the best experience with tons of customizations when compared to iOS and Windows Phone. Android, being open source, many developers have released awesome apps to change the look and feel of your phone and tablet. Customization not only includes themes and widgets, but the ability to change fonts as well. There are hundreds of great looking fonts in different categories, so having an option to change them on your Android phone would be always great.

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How to Clean your Computer

I have a dirty secret. I’ve never cleaned my computer. Sure, I’ve dusted my monitor, but I haven’t taken off the cover or tried to reach the crumbs lurking inside my keyboard. And I honestly don’t know the difference between pressurized air dusters and compressed air cleaners.

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How to Downgrade Windows 8 to Windows 7

Windows 8, the latest OS from Microsoft, was released in October last year and has come up with mixed reactions. While many users were satisfied with Windows 8, many did not like the way Microsoft changed the start menu and removed the start button. After the release of Windows 8, most of the new laptops and desktops are shipping with Windows 8 as the primary OS.

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Download Photos Shared on Google+ in Full Size


Google+ has been adding more and more features ever since it was first open to registration. The latest feature to come to Google+ is the inclusion of ability to download photos shared on Google+ in full size. The technical lead Google+ photos has shared the details on this. The option to download the photos will be available for all photos shared unless the user has explicitly disabled this feature in his or her account.

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How to Automatically Logon to Windows 8


We have covered the various logon methods available in Windows 8 including the picture password and PIN Logon. You can also set to automatically logon to Windows 8 when you boot Windows. This feature was available in Windows 7 as well. To automatically logon to Windows, you need to permanently set the password. This has the disadvantage that anyone can easily log into your PC without typing the password.

How to Create a Picture Password in Windows 8


Windows 8 has many new features including the Metro UI start screen and new Windows Explorer. It can be also noted that the Windows 8 is also touch optimized as we have already seen it in the demo from Microsoft. One of the new features added for touch optimized devices (also available for normal desktops) is the Picture Password.