If there’s one thing people complained about when Windows 8 released, was that it changed too much. One of the most standard features of Windows since ages was the Start Menu, and getting rid of it didn’t sit well with most. However, Microsoft has been listening to
Windows 8 brought with it many new features and made it easier to use, but unfortunately made the process of booting into the all important safe mode more difficult. Safe mode is the handy minimal boot mode of Windows in which only the most basic drivers and
Many of us install windows 8 with default language settings in the windows installation menu. This could be a costly mistake, as most of us don’t know how to change the language settings to English (United States) or any other preferred language you wanted it to be.
Microsoft is going all out to integrate all of its services and operating systems so that users have a unified experience across the board. Instead of the usual update cycle, Microsoft is all set to release something called “Windows Blue”, which will add a bunch of new
Windows 8 brought with it a lot of changes, both cosmetic and internal. Most of the changes like faster boot times were received well, but a lot of people just couldn’t adjust with the Modern UI. The lack of a Start menu like previous editions of Windows
Windows 8 has been confirmed to be a successful launch and Microsoft says that it’s selling just as well as Windows 7 did. There’s a couple of things these PC’s need, apps! Just like our previous article on Must Have Windows 8 Apps – Free Music and
Norton has been the go to name in security software for the better part of a decade now. From this year onwards, Norton has decided to drop the yearly branding on its products, since all products will now receive updates, both major and minor throughout the year.
Windows 8 brought with it a lot of changes, the biggest of which are apps. Just like apps on a smartphone, these small programs do not require a large installation or such, but perform a lot of functions without being too heavy on resources. Even though the