Sick of the loathsome waits during the file transfers? Me too, and I just hate to see the so called "progress" bars during any big file transfer, they inch forward once in ages, making you yowl around. Lagging in file transfers actually wastes a lot of time and kills productivity but luckily, we have a solution for this. A third party tool called “TeraCopy” boosts the file transfer process amazingly. It divides the file to be transferred in special buffers and chunks and uses smart back end algorithms to shrink up the transfer time. There are some built in tweaks for those who do not want to have a third party software in their PC but I have given a try to them as well and they are not up to the mark.
Portability is the factor which has revamped our way of thinking. Portable software, tools are the talk of the town, so are the portable operating systems. Linux users enjoyed the privilege of having portable software and different flavours of Ubuntu so they used to roam a lot having different versions of Ubuntu in pocket, making the Windows fans yowl because Microsoft caught the OS portability feature late. Better late than never, it’s good that you can now have portable version of Windows in your flash and spill away anywhere. Wondering how? Read on because in this post we will be telling you how you can make Windows 8 portable version.
Windows 8.1 upgrade comes with a lot of issues and many people are teased up because of the uneasy upgrades of Windows right from the launch of Windows 8. In this post, we will address another issue which many users are facing after much dreamt of upgrade to Windows 8.1. The problems is the stalling of Wi-Fi of the machines especially laptops, you get the errors of “DNS Server Not Found” or simply no error with no Wi-Fi. The solution lies with the upgrade of the Drivers.
Halloween season has started and we thought its time to suggest some ghoulishly awesome costumes for our programmer fellas because its always hard for them to get time from their already creepier lives.
Windows 8.1 is in the town with a plethora of new features. Some are good, some are not so up to the mark. We have been tipping you about solutions to the common problems faced by amassed number of users of Windows 8.1 from the past several days. In this post, we will wire you with another pronounced issue which most of the users are facing, which is, “This PC” in Windows 8.1. This PC is the new name of what was previously called “Computer”. Many users are not comfortable with this new name, its features and limitations. “This PC” shows systems folders and drive in a completely different way as before. The libraries are shown above the Drives in the list format and there are difficulties in searching the specified file.
We have been addressing some of the common issues of the freshly released update by Microsoft, the Windows 8.1. Every new OS takes time, updates and fixes to get stable and Windows 8.1 is no exception. Users are experiencing a plethora of issues and bugs but we are here to provide efficient and easy solutions to the problems. In this post, we will tell you how to get rid of that intruding, painful Windows “tip” that tells you again and again that you can Switch between apps" by swiping from the edge”. That’s a good feature of Windows 8.1 but what if we don’t want to do this at the moment? No sir, the tip box will not move and inch and peruse you even to the compilers and running programs. You can do nothing if you don’t have a touch screen. Here is a screenshot of the awful and grisly tip box.
Windows 8 hasn't been a much success for the Microsoft because of the plethora of issues, instabilities and volatile updates but so far so good, Microsoft managed to launch the much awaited update for Windows 8, which is expected to deplete all the yowl outs of the fans. Yes, I am talking about the revamped, beautiful and much stable Windows 8.1. With every new release, there comes a new issue, a new bug and nudge but Windows 8.1, despite of multifarious issues have been pleasing the fans out there. In this post, we will tell you how you can throw an upgrade to Windows 8.1 from Windows 8 from MS store. Just follow the steps with screen shots and enjoy the perked up version of Windows.
If you are a gamer and recently upgraded to Windows 8.1, you must be yowling around because of the ugly mouse lags. This problem is rattling the web right now and gamers are getting furious on this. At start, everyone thinks that it is because of the game or just a normal PC choke but as the time passes, you will notice the that its a regular affair and clear mouse lags occur while playing any game or doing any graphics work. Experts have suggested the reason behind this lag problem. This is because of the extensive changes in the DPI framework in the Windows 8.1 which is not letting the smooth game play for those games which don’t use Raw Input or DirectInput. All the gamers who use high DPI mice, high polling-rate mice, on-board memory units are facing this problem on regular basis.
Windows 8.1 is rolling out and much clattered about Start “Button” is here, but we all miss the Menu! rather everyone was waiting for that menu which made things easy and smooth for us doing the daily tasks but Microsoft seems to be too oblivious to this fact and meshed only a Start button and thought it will silence the masses but no sir, people are hollering around over the absence of Start menu.
A clean PC promises clean performance. Most of the times we get amassed garbage on our PC interface, desktop, hard drive and everything looks messed up and you don’t get a fresh, fast and crispy look for getting things perked up. Extra stuff like useless Apps, images, third party tools, games, images floods out PC and downgrades the performance.
Despite of all the touting, media hypes, baking anticipations, people are not loving the new Start button in Windows 8.1, recently revealed by Microsoft, reason being the useless, not much efficient Start button which does not come near to the Start button of Windows 7. Amassed number of users were complaining furiously about the absence of Start button in Windows 8 and it seems Microsoft meshed the latest Start button just to serve the complaints and zip the lips of the fans. It just takes extra space at the task bar because it's only a button without any functionality and menu perks.
Windows 8.1 has rocked the markets and we hope by now, you (I mean all Windows fans) must have managed to get your hands on to the new release but that’s rare isn’t it. With every new release, there are a plethora of issues. If we are successful enough to install it, then comes the daily issues and riddles which keeps us busy. In this post we will tip you with the solution to one of the snappiest problems which are occurring after making an upgrade to Windows 8.1.
Start Screen, Tiles, Lock Screen, Charms Menu, these are the things with which the Windows users interact daily. We don’t often like default looks and feel of most of the software do we? Especially in Windows 8.1, the start screen has been teasing a lot of users because of its extra colourful, wriggled up start screen and tiles which does not please the eyes and effect usability in a negative way. So if you are really looking to get rid of cranky and loopy interface, awful tiles of Windows 8.1, we will recommend you with an awesome tool, Decor8 from Stardock, thanks to the latest beta version release for Windows 8.1, you can use this colossal third party tool to customize Windows 8.1 aesthetics and outlook.
Windows 8.1 has officially been released now and most of the Windows fans are upgrading to it from the previous versions. With a new version come new problems. Windows 8 has been a nudge for Microsoft and the amassed number complaints from the users around the world regarding problems of Windows 8 compelled the tech giant to go back to the working table to fix the issues.
IIS (Internet Information Services) is probably the first tool, developers will want to install on Windows Operating systems because of its nifty utilities and usage in the development process. Many people are finding it difficult to install the IIS on Windows 8, the newly launched OS by Microsoft. The difficulties are because of the fact that IIS is not Pre-loaded installed in the OS. In this post we’ll tell you how you can easily install IIS in Windows 8.