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How To Install Windows 8 Over The Network (LAN)

There are quite a few methods by which Windows 8 can be installed. A user can install Windows 8 using a bootable USB drive, a DVD ROM drive or even copied installation files on the hard disk. I tried to find any guide about installing Windows 8 over the network but unfortunately couldn’t find any…

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12 Free Troubleshooting Tools for Windows 7

No computer is perfect in performance and usage. Problems can arouse with the passage of time and fixes to those problems are also available. We provide 12 free troubleshooting tools for Windows 7 which can be very helpful in sorting out and getting rid of common problems.

Find Dell Service Tag Of Any Computer Connected To The Network

If you have a Dell computer or laptop, you must be familiar with Dell service tag. Dell service tag is used to identify the details about the system hardware including hardware etc. This helps in finding support for your system quite easily for example the device drivers etc.. Although you can find the Dell service…

Display Hardware And Software Information on Windows Desktop With Infobar

Advanced computer users always want to know what is happening in their computers. The information usually about hardware as well as software utilities running in the computer. The information includes but not limited to CPU usage, memory usage, network usage, system uptime, battery time if its a laptop, hard drive information, temperatures of the system…

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8 Best Free Windows Driver Backup Tools

Backing up your data is the most important aspect of the digital world because electronics is never reliable and can fail anytime. Same is the case with software. It gets corrupted by the passage of time no matter how carefully we use it. One important aspect of Windows is the device drivers. Windows needs software…

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Restrict No. Of Login Attempts In Windows 7

We usually restrict the number of login attempts to our websites so that hackers can’t guess our passwords and hack into the systems. If we don’t limit the login attempts, hackers can use brute force methods to guess the passwords and ultimately break into the systems. Windows can also limit the no. of login attempts…