Category: Softwares

Here we have tutorials for caring out operations in software. Also include optimization and maintenance.

October 1, 2011 /

Currently, there are no less than six different utilities that let you switch between the old Windows 7 styled Start menu and the new Metro start screen in Windows 8 – the tools ranging from portable switchers, and installable programs to desktop gadgets. Through any of these programs, you can enable either the old start menu or the Metro interface. But a large number of users want to know if there is any way to keep both together. Yes, there is. Classic Shell is a software for Windows 7, that enables a number of features that were available in older…

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October 1, 2011 /

Just because you don’t have a PlayStation, does that mean you have to miss out on the awesome games designed for the console? There’s a simple way of playing PlayStation games on your PC — it’s called emulation. Emulation is one of the most favorite past times of PC gamers and has always been one of the most attractive aspects of owning a PC because no one has time to hook up old consoles to their TVs or monitors to enjoy a classic/retro game just to indulge in an old guilty pleasure. It is also a way to enjoy some…

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May 8, 2011 /

Firefox 4 no longer displays the Menu Bar by default. Instead, there is an “App Menu Button” at the top with Firefox written across it, clicking on which reveals a menu that gives you access to different tools and areas on Firefox. There is the Add-on manager, Bookmarks and History as before. The contents of the View menu is changed and now called Options, and Web Developer tools made prominent. But where is the all important Tools menu? There is no Tools menu in Firefox 4, which prevents you from accessing features added to the browser by add-ons, the Session…

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August 24, 2010 /

Just a few days ago, Google announced the release of the Chrome OS source code. Within less than 24 hours, the web was littered with disk images for running the new OS on virtual machines such as VMWare and VirtualBox. I even managed to put together my own Google Chrome OS download in the form of a complete VirtualBox appliance. I’m pleased to announce that I’ve taken it a step further, and now you can easily try it on your own computer from a USB thumb drive. Before You Get Started Before you decide to download Chrome OS, there are…

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