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Best Ways to Backup Data

Nowadays computer consumers use various electronic gadgets to access and store their valuable data, such as systems, laptops, Smartphone, etc or create BKF (Backup File) on their system. You may store data on these gadgets such as family photos, documents, videos, pictures or anything else. However, all these data is very important for you but losing these data due to any reason will hurt you lot. Hence, it is best to backup your essential data to other storage device. List of ways to backup data Manually backing up data: You can backup your essential data from your system hard disk

Upgrade to Windows 8 from XP

It’s a good choice of upgrading your system OS from Windows XP to Windows 8 since Win 8 OS is comparatively have effective features, enhancement in speed, provides greater options. If you wish to upgrade your system from Windows XP to Windows 8, then check your system requirements and follow below mentioned procedure carefully. Before installing Windows 8 OS, you have to check for System requirements: Processor: 1 Gigahertz (GHz) or faster RAM: 1 Gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit) Free hard drive space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit) Graphics Card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with

How to Turn on ActiveX in Windows 8?

ActiveX controls permits some applications to run on your system. They might pop up when you are watching a video clip or playing game online. If you disable them then your system refuses to run any application that needs ActiveX but they are quite a few nowadays. Just go on reading this article and know how to enable ActiveX controls in Windows 8 in few steps. Follow mentioned steps to turn on ActiveX controls in Windows 8. Open Internet Explorer on your system and click on the “Tools” menu at the top Select “Internet Options” from the list under the

Imaging vs. Backup software

Imaging and Backup may sound same but in real they are different. There are a lot of differences between imaging data and data backup. Imaging is the secondary storage of the needed data on a single roof. All the data will be bound in a single file format such as an ISO, DAA disk image file types. There is several images backup software available in the internet market for free as well as a paid one.  At the same time data backup refers to the secondary data of the needed one which are stored as it is. For example if

How to enable cookies on Windows 8?

Cookies are the small package of data sent from a web server and stored in the user’s local web browser. These cookies keep tracks of the loaded and unloaded elements to notify the server that all the elements of the website are available to the user or not. These cookies are light weighted programs so that they can fly easily from one end to the other end. In Windows 8 operating system the cookies option is not enabled by default. This means the cookies won’t track anything from the user side and submit to the web server or hosting server.

What’s New in Windows 8.1

Windows 8.1 is an updated version of Windows 8 operating system and this version is released keeping goal of offering customers the best modern business systems for today’s modern business. This version introduces new manageability, security, network capabilities, mobility, and user interface, etc. Below mentioned some of the new features and enhanced features provided in Windows 8.1 OS. Lets know all of them in brief.. BYOD Enhancements Work Folders: This enhancement allows users to synchronize data to their devices from their user folder located in the server. Files created in your system will synchronize back to file server also. However,

How to backup Windows Machine?

Most of you might have lost your important data from your Windows machine either unintentionally or sometimes intentionally delete the files thinking them as unimportant and then regret. In these situations backup could be used to restore the files back. Even though people know that it’s important to backup their data, many do not bother. Only when they lose files they realize the importance of backing up the files. It’s just a few step procedures to backup your Windows machine data. You can back up your computer and create a disk image which allows you to restore your files in

How to Delete Contacts in Windows Mail?

Windows Mail is an email and newsgroup client included in Windows Vista. It is successor of Outlook Express, and was in turn predecessor of Windows Live Mail. This Windows mail comes as in-built into Windows and allows you to exchange email messages through multiple accounts. It offers many ways to keep all your data organized, such as having a folder for each email account, having a list of contacts etc. In case you have many unwanted contacts in your Windows mail account, then it offers few easy steps to delete them. Here are the easy steps that help you to

Best Way to Find Hidden Files and Folders in Windows

Hidden files in Windows are normal files but are made invisible. Actually there are two forms of hidden files, the files with “H” attribute are marked by user as hidden and files with “S” attribute are system files marked by OS to prevent the files from being edited by novice users. These system files can be made visible by sending request to the Microsoft OS.  It is also possible to find the files and folders that are hidden by the users. You might be exhausted of searching for those hidden files and folders on your system. However, the procedure to

Shortcut keys for Windows 7

Getting familiar with or mastering the keyboard shortcuts not only help you to get the work done faster, but also increases your productivity. In case you rely completely on Windows 7 for all your business and personal work then it’s very much important to know these shortcuts. There are hundreds of shortcuts available for Windows 7, but it’s difficult to remember all of them. Hence, here are some of the important and frequently used Keyboard Shortcuts you might want to check out. General Shortcuts for Windows 7 Function Key Combination To Maximize the current Window Windows  + Up arrow Restore