Virus free computer is every one’s desire but this virus thing is the problem faced by almost every windows user. If you are fed up with this problem then here are some useful tips for you to keep you your computer safe and virus free. Most of the viruses, spywares, worms, Trojans harmful because some times their aim is to steel personal information from your computer. These viruses can also slow down our computer and sometimes could cause computer to hang up. Follow the given tips to maintain a virus free computer. (Read Full)
Becoming a software expert is exactly what HP certification exams allow professionals to achieve. This is true for professionals required to work with LoadRunner and Virtual User Generator (VUG) who decide to validate their product knowledge and skills through the completion of integration specialist level certification exams in the discipline.
Showing hidden files and folders isn’t difficult task in Windows and it follows the same method to show or hide hidden files and folders.
However in Windows 8 there are two ways to show or hide hidden files or folders in Windows 8. In this post I will tell you how to show or hide hidden files in Windows 8. (Read Full)
Windows 8, the upcoming OS from software giant is going to hit market on 26th October. Microsoft included many new features in Windows 8, Windows to Go one of them.
Windows To Go is new feature included in Windows 8 by Microsoft and it allows you to install Windows 8 on your USB flash drive or USB external hard drive and then you can run Windows 8 from that Windows To Go USB on any Windows 7 capable PC without affecting its current OS installation. (Read Full)
You may know that Windows 8 Pro does not include Windows Media Center by default like Windows 7 and Windows Vista, rather it is available as an upgrade.
We have seen something similar in Windows 8 release preview but all we needed to get Windows Media Center in Windows 8 release preview was using a key provided by Microsoft and that was it. (Read Full)
Yesterday Windows 8 RTM was made available for download at MSDN and Technet but only for those people who have MSDN and Technet subscriptions.
However if like me don’t have MSDN or Technet subscription, do not worry. Thanks to Microsoft for giving us a chance to try Windows 8 Enterprise 90 days trial without subscriptions and best thing, all for free! Amazing, isn’t it? (Read Full)