Best Windows 8 Tutorials
In this category you will find all tutorials dedicated to Windows 8 users, if you want to know how to do things in Windows 8 you’ll find it here.
- Windows 8 Registry Hacks
- Disable Windows 8 Features
- Enable Features in Windows 8
- Customize Windows 8
Windows 8.1 is pretty much the same as Windows 8 with a few modifcations here and there. Let’s checkout where the startup folder is in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
If you want to lock the start screen, you can prevent users from customizing it completely, here’s how
Windows 8 and 8.1 by default won’t show a delete confirmation dialog, this can be annoying if you’re used to the confirmation dialog or you accidentally hit DEL all the time, so let’s re-enable it
Alright, so lately I’ve been doing a lot of debugging and analyzed dump files, let’s take a quick look at how to debug a DMP file for a 32-bit app on a 64-bit OS like Windows 8 x64
Wondering where Windows 8 does actually store tmp and dmp files? Let’s take a quick look at it so you can free up some disk space
In this tutorial we will show you how to install Windows 8 on a computer that does not have an optical drive. This is important to know considering fewer and fewer machines are coming with a CD/DVD drive these days.
Almost 20 years ago I upgraded the family computer to Windows 95 from Windows 3.11 and infuriated my brother. He had no idea how to use this new fangled start button and other new features. Now he, as I am sure is the same for most users, does not know what to do without the Start button.
RAID drives are great, but physical drives are not always an option, then it might be a good idea to create a mirrored RAID drive using the Windows 8 partitioning tool
If you’re interested in debugging a tool or finding out why a certain program keeps crashing there is no way around opening DMP (dump) files. In this guide we’ll show you how to open a mini dump file on Windows 8
If you are new to Windows 8, we’ll quickly walk you through the removal processs of a program using the regular control panel
Windows 8 comes with some pretty nifty tools. For example the resource monitor is a great tool to quickly check what your system is doing in the background e.g. what disk processes or CPU hogs are there
By now most users should be aware of Windows 8′s shortcuts. If you don’t want the charms bar to appear when swiping over the “hot” corners of your screen or device, try this tweak
If you are fond of the Internet Explorer or would like to pin the tile to your Start Screen, you should make the IE your default browser
Alright, so I dabbled a little with Windows 8 and tried to mess up the installation on purpose to show you some common installation problems, here’s a quick recap that will help you to get started