The ‘Windows’ Archives
Posted March 21, 2018 by

What is a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)


Every single user on the planet has experienced or at least heard of the Blue Screen of Death, or BSOD for short. Essentially, the BSOD is a full screen, blue background, white letters message letting you know that your computer had a system crash. There is no way to close it and continue or save […]

Category Windows

Posted March 20, 2018 by

How to Run Android Apps on PC


Developers are always finding ways to bring the Android experience to the Desktop. In the past few years, they have made quantum leaps in this endeavor. The google play store is a treasure trove of games, apps and so many other developmental miracles that even those who don’t own an Android device want to benefit from […]

Category Android, Windows

Posted March 16, 2018 by

How to speed up your laptop


As with most electronic devices these days, our computers are not as fast as they were when we first got them. Depending on the use or how often we use them, some of us are seeing the speed decay a lot sooner than others. This effect seems a lot more intense with laptops.

Category Windows

Posted March 10, 2018 by

How to calibrate a battery on a laptop


In today’s era, laptops play an essential role in our daily lives. They are basically a desktop PC with a built in monitor and it runs on batteries. Which is basically the reason for this tutorial.

Category Hardware, Windows

Posted March 8, 2018 by

How to protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre


Last time we spoke about one of the biggest flaws in the past two decades. Those flaws lead to two exploits that are called Meltdown and Spectre.

Posted February 10, 2018 by

How to make screenshot on Windows


In our day to day activities on a PC, we sometimes get in a situation where we would need to make a screenshot of what we are seeing on our screens either to send it to other people, or just save it for us. Every version of Windows from 7 to 10, including 8 and […]

Category Windows

Posted February 8, 2018 by

How to disable Windows Lock Screen


Initially Microsoft introduced the lock screen as a way to keep your machine secured from anyone that might want to get a look at your documents, or browser history, or just looking to prank you. In general the lock screen did a very good job, you would set a strong password that no one can […]

Category Windows

Posted February 7, 2018 by

How to Enable Linux Bash Shell on Windows 10


Since its initial release in mid-2015, Windows 10 stirred up a lot of chatter about its new and improved features in regards to the previous versions of Windows. With every major update the list of new features grew more and more. One of the many features that got the users excited, especially linux users and […]

Category Windows 10

Posted January 22, 2018 by

How to Resize Images in Word

How to Resize Images on Word

Microsoft’s Word is one of the world’s most popular and one of the most widely-used word processor in the world. The program is used for general writing purposes and supports functions needed to create a good and helpful document. One good way of making a document look good and make it more understandable to readers […]

Posted October 4, 2017 by

How To ScreenShot On Windows 10, 8, 7 and Windows XP

screenshot on windows

Want to capture a moment on your Windows laptop? Is there an important information showing on your windows screen that you want to save? The easiest way to actually save any important information showing on your laptop screen is to take a screenshot.

Posted September 3, 2017 by

How to Add Attachments to Gmail

Gmail Add Attachments

Gmail is a free mail service provided by Google to all its users. Like regular emails, Google allows users to add attachments to Gmail. Attachments can be document files, pictures, videos, compressed files, and other general file formats. Gmails lets users send up to 25 MB in total attachments size in each email. If your […]

Posted September 1, 2017 by

How to Set Google Chrome as Default Browser on Any OS

Set Google Chrome as Your Default Browser

Chrome is a versatile, all around, and one of the most popular internet browsers to date. With its minimalist yet fast design and the numerous of plugins available free to download, Google Chrome is favored by many. Productivity buffs also love Chrome’s feature to sync data between multiple devices using different operating systems. To make […]