Best Windows 8 Tutorials
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
Sometimes the MBR might get corrupted or damaged. Then in that case you may want to fix the MBR. In this tutorial, we are showing you how to fix the mbr in Windows 8.
If you have a low-end PC or like a clean appearance you might want to disable shadows for a better performance.
Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is that technologies which prevents code from being executed in certain regions of memory that are for storage. In this tutorial, we are showing you how to disable data execution prevention in Windows 8.
The startup folder location is the same in Windows 7 and 8 – more after the break.
For some actions in Windows 8 you need elevated rights (admin rights). Here’s how you would open cmd with admin rights.
This tutorial should be a basic guide to show you how to restart services in Windows 7 and 8.
Shadow copies (you might know it from the backup service) can occupy a lot of disk space, here’s how you can delete them and free up some of that much needed space.
If you are bored of downloading tools like SiSoft Sandra to check your system specs, use the built-in Windows 8 tools that give you a lot of useful information.
If you want to use the system restore feature, you should first enable AND properly configure it.
The most recent versions of Windows (Vista, 7, 8) all support a feature called “previous versions” that allow you to restore files to an earlier state. However, you first have to enable it.
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.