Windows 8

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) by the Internet Service Providers. A non-metered connection is the regular connection which does not…

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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 of all the computers and do whatever we want to do. In Windows XP, enabling…

4 Ways To Enable Secure Logon (Ctrl + Alt + Del) In Windows 8

Ctrl + Alt + Delete (Also known as three finger salute or secure attention) is a keyboard command which is invoked by pressing Ctrl, Alt and Del keys simultaneously. It was first used by David Bradley, a designer of the original IBM PC, who used it for soft-rebooting the Operating System. Those who remember Windows…

3 Ways To Enable Remote Desktop Connection In Windows 8

This is a complete guide about how to enable Remote Desktop Connection in Windows 8. We will discuss 3 different ways to enable the RDC settings in Windows 8. Remote Desktop Connection is one of the most important components of Windows in a networked world. Remote Desktop Connection or simply RDC enables us to login…

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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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Three Ways To Enable Windows 8 Hibernate Option

Hibernation is a great feature of Windows which was introduced in Windows XP. Hibernation enables Windows to save all the data in RAM to the hard drive so that the computer can be shutdown without losing the current state of the system. When the user wants to start the computer again, Windows will attempt to…

Two Ways To Enable Telnet Client In Windows 8

For security reasons, Windows 7 and Windows 8 come without a Telnet client pre-installed. This does not mean that Windows does not contain the Telnet functionality. It just needs to be enabled. Here are two ways to enable the Telnet client in Windows 8. Enable Telnet using command line To enable Telnet in Windows 8…

Create ISO Files Using Command Line In Windows 8

An ISO file, also called a disc image file, contains all the files, folders and the structure of a CD or DVD. ISO file is just a container like a ZIP file but it is not compressed. The most common use of an ISO file is to burn CDs and DVDs with all the data…

How To Login With A Different User Account In Windows 8

Windows 8 has changed the personal computing approach visually. There are many visual features added to Windows 8. Same is the case with other features. If you have installed Windows 8 and want to set up the computer for use by multiple users, you will need to setup multiple accounts. By default Windows 8 will…