All Microsoft products and services are connected to your Microsoft account. Even Windows offers the option to login using the same account. That said, many users have multiple Microsoft accounts to separate their personal life from professional. Others like to use a local account instead. But, how do you change the Microsoft account on your Windows […]

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So now that the Windows 8 is officially available and Microsoft is providing the upgrade to every existing Windows user at a throwaway price, most of you must be thinking of an upgrade from Windows 7 or older version. So here we are with a detailed guide to help you with the process. In this […]

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Our beloved Sticky Notes on Windows has grown in a beautiful app over the years. The Sticky Notes can be accessed on other devices like iPhone, Android, and the web. Sure, it may be lacking certain useful features such as folders for organizing your notes or tags, but it was designed to be a simple and productive app. And it does […]

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Sleep option is a feature in Windows which saves power during work. It brings the computer to a state of rest by saving all open documents and programs. It also allows you to resume your work from the state you left it at. The main advantage of sleep state is it doesn’t drain the battery […]

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Notepad, as you know, win­dows is a simple tool that contains basic text editing functions and is probably the most popular application that ships with every version of Windows. Many users set it as the default editor for text files because it’s simple and fast. However, some of us may find Notepad to be limited […]

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Files on Windows are, sometimes, tough to keep intact in their original form and people use many tools like file optimizers, antivirus applications and disk repair tools to safeguard them. No matter how cautious one is, accidents happen. A virus outbreak on your system can ruin your computer in ways you can’t even imagine, one of the common side […]

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When I started computing World , I never understood why people got so into customization and tweaking their desktops. After all, it’s just a visual thing, right? Wrong. As it turns out, changing your desktop can actually change the feel of your computer, and how you interact with it. Similarly, icons – which are the […]

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Microsoft OneNotes is one of the oldest note-taking apps out there error. Primarily designed for desktop, OneNote successfully made its way into the mobile era. Microsoft offers a complete note-taking solution on all the platforms for free. While OneNote is feature-rich, the software isn’t free of problems. We have seen users reporting syncing problems and occasional […]

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Though we have covered some articles on how we can disable the Metro Start Screen on Windows 8 to get back the Windows 7 Start Menu, I’ll probably not recommend anyone do that. Windows 8 Start Screen is a huge change no doubt but change is inevitable and better start getting used to it. I still […]

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Samsung Notes app gives a tough competition to the numerous note-taking apps on Android. That said, it misses out one of the key features – cross-platform compatibility. You can argue about Cloud Sync, but it is limited to Samsung phones and tablets only. You cannot access the notes on other Android phones or iPhones. But if […]

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