Internet Explorer 11 (or Internet Explorer 10) is delivered and installed automatically on your computer due to Windows Automatic Updates procedure. If you don't want the latest version of Internet Explorer version installed on your computer, then you can easily remove it by following the next steps.
In this tutorial you will learn how you can use the "MS Windows Movie Maker" program to rotate a video (movie) and save it at your preferred angle in order to be able to watch it any media player or media device you prefer. Step 1. Download & Install Windows Movie Maker (Windows Live Essentials). 1. Download(…)
If you ever captured a video using your phone or video camera and when you tried to play it in your computer, you discovered that the video is rotated, then you can follow the steps below to rotate your video at the right angle by using VLC Media player. How to rotate a Movie(…)
Windows 8 Reset feature helps you to re-install Windows 8 on your computer. Windows 8 Reset feature re-installs the operating system on your computer, but deletes your personal files, apps and settings.
In previous versions of Windows, you could get into Windows Advanced Options (Safe mode, Safe Mode with Networking, Safe Mode with command prompt, etc.) by pressing repeatedly the "F8" key at system startup (before the appearance of Windows logo). But in Windows 8 OS, this procedure cannot be done anymore, because Windows 8 boot too(…)
What are Adware POP-UPs (POP-UP Ads) ? Adware POP-UPs (POP-UP Ads) are small browser windows that open automatically on your screen and display advertisements in order to get traffic and earn money.
What is "System Restore"? Windows "System Restore" is a useful utility included on Windows XP and latest Windows versions, that gives you the ability to restore your computer to a previous working state. This feature is useful when your computer doesn't operate smoothly anymore, due to virus attacks or due to a corrupted file system.
System Restore on Windows OS, is a helpful system feature, that helps users to roll back their operating system to a previous working state without affecting user's files.