Whether you are a hardcore gamer or a normal computer user, you expect fast performance from your computer. Latest versions of browsers like Firefox and Google Chrome consumes too much memory and if you try to run applications like Skype or even Microsoft Office at the same time, you may face sluggish operation on your [...]
Whether you installed Windows 7, XP, Vista or any other version of Windows OS, it starts to slow down after few months or years of installation. With the same hardware configuration and similar usage, you always like the Windows to operate as fast as it does in earlier days of installation but it slows down. Here is how you can keep it as fast as new installation.
Last year Indian government approved a standard symbol for Indian Rupee. After few months, Unicode Consortium assigned a unicode to that symbol so that it can easily come to the keyboards. Finally Microsoft has release an update to type Indian Rupee symbol in Windows using normal available fonts.
Command Prompt is accessible in Windows with CMD command on run box or execute box under Start menu. After so many upgrades of OS, still the default command prompt utility is not much improved but having very basic features. If you want a better alternative for default command prompt utility in Windows then here is much better option.
If you are looking for a simple yet powerful video editor for your computer running Ubuntu, Windows or Mac, here is a free open source video editor. YouTube is having a native editor but for local editing, we need a video editor. Here is an editor for Linux, Windows and Mac OS.
Products key is the license key for installation of Windows Operating System (OS) on a PC. You can find the products key on the installation CD provided at the time of purchase of Windows, but in case you forgot the key, you can use available app to find that.
If you need a tiny but useful desktop application to share files, links, notes, videos, images, screenshots from your desktop (Mac or Windows) to others thru email, Twitter, Facebook etc. then here is the solution.
Microsoft Windows PCs are having disk defragmentation application (Start ==> Accessories ==> System Tools ==> Disk Defragmenter) pre-installed on any Windows OS edition, but that is not having real time defragmentation feature. If you want to have 100% defragmented disk any time on your computer, you will need an application which keeps defragmenting the disk real time.
If you are inspired by Apple’s Mac OS (operating system) but right now you are having Windows PC to work on, then don’t worry, you can get similar dock on your PC as well. There are plenty of applications available which can tweak the look of your Windows OS to add a dock with icons of applications installed on your computer.