How to Manage and Switch Windows 8 Store Apps

Microsoft brings in the concept of a redesigned user interface with the launch of Windows 8. The Start Menu has been replaced by Start Screen. This interface contains the apps and programs in the form of tiles. You can customize…
Use FTP From Command Line

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a network protocol to transfer files from one computer to another, server and a client. The default port number designated to FTP protocol is 21. The port for secure FTP (sFTP) is 22. In this…
Snap Plus: Add Windows 8 Win+X Menu To Windows 7

Win + X menu can give you quick access to important tools and functions of the Operating System. This functionality was introduced in Windows 8. Snap Plus brings this menu to Windows 7. We have already wrote about the Quick…
Configure Windows Update Settings In Windows 8

Windows Update is a built in tool that comes with your Microsoft Windows. This tool is responsible to keep your system updated with the latest patches and service packs offered by the Microsoft Corporation. Some of them are marked as…
How To Enable/Disable Metered Connection In Windows 8

Windows 8 has introduced a categorization of Internet connections. Now there are two types of connections: a metered connection and a non-metered connection. A metered connection is the one is charged by the amount of data used (downloaded and uploaded)…
3 Ways to Enable Remote Desktop Connection In Windows 7

Windows Remote Desktop enables us to connect to our systems remotely through the network or internet. It’s very useful if we are connected to a network and we want to use several computers. We can open the desktops or screens…
3 Ways To Enable Super Administrator Account In Windows 8

Windows 8 comes with a simple administrative user by default. The administrator account used to have all the privileges in Windows XP or earlier Operating Systems. Microsoft changed this in Windows 7 and Windows 8 due to security reasons. Now…