Windows 8 Tutorials


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How To Add Desktop Gadget In Windows 8
Category: [Windows 8][Customize Windows]
As you may have noticed when you upgrade or install a clean copy of Windows 8 on your computer desktop gadgets is nowhere to be found. Microsoft discontinued the use of Gadgets in its newer releases of Windows, this is because gadgets have security risk that can exploit your system and harm your computer.read more...

How to Change Folder Icon In Windows 8
Category: [Windows 8][Customize Windows]
If you love customizing your Windows look you might just as well want to customize your folder icon. Changing the folder icon will help you identify or distinguish what's that folder is all about or what's inside that folder aside from its folder name.read more...

How To Mount An ISO Image File In Windows
Category: [Windows 8][Multimedia]
An ISO image file is an exact representation of a CD, DVD or Blu-Ray Disc in a single archive file. When you create an ISO image using Optical disc utility programs such as ImgBurn what it does is it duplicate the disc precisely into a single achieve file.read more...

How To Install dot Net Framework 3.5 On Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
Category: [Windows 8]
There are times when you install a program and the app requires a specific dot Net Framework version for the program to function properly. You might be wondering why the program you are trying to install or run requires dot net framework 3.5 even you know that you already have the latest version of dot Net Framework such as version 4read more...

How To Find Your Network Wifi Password or Network Security Key
Category: [Windows 7][Windows 8][Home Networking]
To be able to connect your wireless device on a secured network whether it is a home or corporate network you have to know the wifi password to gain access on the network. If you are the administrator of your home or corporate network you might already know your network wireless password and know where to find this.read more...

How to clean install or install fresh copy of windows 8
Category: [Windows 8]
Clean installing your Windows operating system involves removing your old operating system and erasing all the content of the drive were your previous operating system reside. Clean install means wiping all the content of the drive, therefore before you clean install a new operating system it is a must that you save all your important data files, otherwise they all be gone after you clean install your new operating systemread more...

How to change default My Document Folder location in Windows 8
Category: [Windows 8]
The "My Documents" folder is the default Windows folder for storing your document which is located at C:/Users/{username}, if this is your current document folder and you save your files here then these folder should be back-up often or before reformatting your drive or clean installing your operating system. Some instances wherein you have wished you have back-up your My Document content is when Windows stop working such as when Windows is not able to boot or not able to load the operating system and it is even worse if windows is unable to boot in safe moderead more...

How to Boot Windows 8 in Safe Mode with F8 key or config utility
Category: [Windows 8]
Unlike in previous windows operating systems, pressing the function key "F8" after the power-on-self-test or before windows start to load will invoke the Advance Boot Options Menu. With the new Windows 8 Operating System a new boot loader was also introduced, unfortunately Advance Boot Options is disabled by default to achieve a faster boot loading.read more...

How to Restore Windows 7 or Windows 8 from System Image
Category: [Windows 7][Windows 8]
Major disaster happens to our computer whether we like it or not such as when our computer stop working or the computer is unable to boot or load Windows. Boot errors could be due to hardware problem such hard drive failure or software problems such as viruses or corrupted Windows operating system files. When this occur Windows system Image comes very handy because we can restore our computer operating system to the state when Windows is working to its full potential.read more...

How to Enable or Disable Lock Screen after Waking Windows
Category: [Windows 7][Windows 8]
If you will be away from your computer for a while and decided to put your computer to sleep to save power while you are not using your computer and be able to come back to where you left in Windows is more convenient than shutting down your computer and powering it on again.read more...


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