How to Resize Video or Change Resolution in Windows

December 18th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

There are many situations where you might need to resize a video and change the screen resolution. It could be because the video screen size is too big to be uploaded to YouTube, or you need to enlarge a small video to fill up your large monitor. Sometimes resizing the video can also bring its [...]

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How to Install WinPE to Portable Hard Drive

December 12th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

As you likely know, there are many freewares (for example, ISO2Disc and Rufus) that allow to create a bootable CD or USB stick from WinPE ISO image. However, these tools don’t support USB hard drive as it is not recognized as removable media in Windows. So here I’m going to explain how to manually install [...]

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How to Change Default Web Browser in Windows 10/8/7

December 11th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Is there a way to set Chrome as the default browser for all my applications? By default, Windows will launch the built-in Internet Explorer for you to access the Internet, when you click a link in an email or external application. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to change the default web browser in [...]

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Install Windows 8 from Hard Drive – without Using CD or USB

December 8th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

It’s super easy to install Windows 8 from a USB drive or a CD/DVD. But, what to do if you don’t have a USB drive in hand, or your optical drive doesn’t work properly? Here we’ll show you how to install Windows 8 directly from a hard drive, without using a CD or USB drive. [...]

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Windows 10: Associate a File Type with a Specific App

December 6th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

A default program is the program that Windows uses automatically when you open a particular type of file. For example, when you double-click a file with .wmv, Windows Media Player opens up and that’s because the extension name .wmv is associated with Windows Media Player by default. But sometimes you might want to change file [...]

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Windows 8.1 Displays Context Menu on the Left Instead of Right Side

December 5th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

If you’ve upgraded to Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, you may notice that the context menu is displayed at left side of where you click at, but in Windows 8, 7 or Vista the menu expands to right side by default. For example, when you right-click a file, the context menu may appear on the [...]

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Fix ‘VMware Workstation Does Not Recognize USB Drive’

December 4th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

VMware Workstation does not recognize your USB drive? If you’ve used VMware Workstation for some time, you might ever face the situation where you can use the USB drive well on the host PC (physical machine), but no USB drive is shown up under the VM -> Removable Devices menu within VMware Workstation. Here is [...]

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Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v in BIOS

December 3rd, 2014 by Admin No comments »

When you try to install Windows 8, you might receive an error message that says “This PC can’t run Windows 8 – Your PC’s CPU isn’t compatible with Windows 8“. To fix this problem you have to enable hardware virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for your CPU in BIOS. On Intel platforms, you can normally turn VT-x on [...]

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How to Burn ISO to Disc in Windows 10/8/7 without Any Software

December 2nd, 2014 by Admin No comments »

ISO files are frequently used to distribute CD or DVD images. For example, if you download a Linux distribution or WinPE image, what you’ll most likely download is actually a .iso file that needs to be burned to a disc. Since Windows 7, Microsoft has added native support for burning ISO image directly to disc [...]

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