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Guide to Hide User Accounts from the Sign-in Screen on Windows 10

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Too many people using your PC! Do you want to keep a secret user account for yourself? Here’s the guide on how to hide user accounts from the sign-in screen on Windows 10. By default, Windows 10 will display every user account on the sign-in screen. But you don’t want all user accounts to be listed every time – an account that you don’t want regular users to see or accounts of remote users which you don’t want to show up. However, Windows 10 operating system doesn’t have the option to pick specific user accounts for the sign-in screen. All you

Microsoft Windows Ink is About to Revolutionize How We Work

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During Microsoft’s Build 2016 conference, Microsoft announced  a few wonderful new features coming in the Windows 10 Anniversary update. Along with the amazing updates, a few details of Windows Ink came to light. So what is this Windows Ink and when it will be made available for public? Mark Hachman of PCWorld precisely explains what is Windows Ink: “Windows Ink is an optional way to interact with Windows, in much the same way you can use either voice or keyboard to query Cortana.” Basically, Windows Ink is a new way to make human and machine interaction easier. It allows you

Microsoft Announces Updates for Windows 10 Mail & Calendar Apps

How many of you have used Windows 10 inbuilt mail client -“Windows Mail”? Certainly, the number will be less. Windows Mail was there from the versions of Windows 8, but you may not have used it till now. With the arrival of Windows 10 OS, the built-in mail client has improved more.  Now new updates are coming to make it even more productive. The wide range of integration options like – Hotmail, Outlook, Google, Yahoo, AOL and more. Not merely these apps, you may find it hard to find a well-recognized Windows 8 app in past (either productivity or media).

Apple Says No QuickTime Update for Windows- How to Uninstall

Homeland Security recently issued an alert for Windows users urging them to uninstall and delete QuickTime after cyber security firm Trend Micro reported two vulnerabilities in the program. Apple confirmed to The Wall Street Journal that they would no longer be providing QuickTime support or updates for Windows users. Adobe’s Madison Murphy addressed the issue in a recent blog post: “Adobe has worked extensively on removing dependencies on QuickTime in its professional video, audio and digital imaging applications”. She also pointed out, “Unfortunately, there are some codecs which remain dependent on QuickTime being installed on Windows, most notably Apple ProRes. We know how

How to Block Windows 10 Upgrade

Windows 10 is out and has proven to be the great operating system with its new features. Most of the Windows 7 or 8 users are now eagerly waiting to upgrade to this latest Windows version. But some of them just want to stick on to their older Windows versions. However, Microsoft will automatically download Windows 10 regardless of whether you need it or not. Actually, the problem is that Microsoft is not just installing Windows 10, but Microsoft is downloading the entire installer which takes up a lot of drive space and even wastes your network bandwidth. Thus it

How to Downgrade from Windows 10

No doubt Windows 10 is a powerful operating system and has some great new features like Windows Hello, Edge Browser, Virtual Desktop, Device Guard and many such. But some people just can’t get that comfort of their previous Windows versions. They might have got messed up with the PC settings or with its new interface. Don’t worry, thank fully Microsoft has provided an option to roll back from Windows 10 to their older version of Windows. With just few simple steps, you can uninstall Windows 10 upgrade and rollback to any previous Windows versions like Windows 8.1 or Windows 7.

Know More about Windows 8.1

Any Windows user would wish upgrade their OS to get updated and advanced features like UI design and performance of system when any new Windows update has been released into market. However, before installing the any new updates into system make sure you have proper information about the OS that helps to decide to whether to install or not and even assists in knowing what changes have been made compared to earlier versions. In that way, this short descriptive page provides you with some basic details about the latest Windows 8.1 update. Just read here to know more about Windows

How to Use Disk Management in Windows 8

Disk management is a utility which is available on all Windows operating system versions such as Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and 8. This inbuilt tool is capable of performing disk related management tasks like such as creating, shrinking / resizing, deleting or extending disk partitions without even having to purchase other software. How to open Disk Management utility in Windows 8? Most of the users new to Windows 8 OS would be worried on using this disk management utility. However you can easily get down to Disk Management utility by following below mentioned steps: If you are not at

How to Fix RunDLL Error Windows 8.1

Do you encounter RunDLL or RunDLL32 error message on your Windows 8.1 machine? Worried how to fix and get rid of it? If so, then don’t worry; here you have an easy solution to fix it, just read on… Rundll error is one of the most annoying error messages on your Windows 8.1 computers. Actually, Rundll (also termed as Rundll32.exe) is a type of Windows process, which plays a vital role in maintaining operating system to run properly. It is an executable component with .exe file extension that launches as the system boots and even assists other applications to make

How to downgrade Windows 8 to Windows 7

Most of the users after using Windows 8 operating system that is preinstalled on new laptop want to downgrade it to Windows 7 due to numerous reasons. Some of the most common reasons are – the Metro “Modern UI” start screen of desktop use, lack of traditional start menu or software incompatibility issues. However downgrading Windows 8 to Windows 7 looks simple task but requires prior technical knowledge due to its high resource tricky steps: Well, if you really want to downgrade Windows 8 to Windows 7, then just follow these simple guidelines mentioned below: Step 1: First shutdown your