Windows 10 Tip: Switch Between Start Menu and Start Screen

October 18th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

With Windows 10 the Start Menu is back. You can expect a unique user interface depending on what you’re running Windows 10 on. On a PC, the Start Menu will be shown by default when you click the Start button in the lower-left corner of your screen, while you’ll get the Start Screen by default [...]

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How to Customize the Start Menu in Windows 10

October 17th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Windows 10 is basically a combination of Windows 7 and 8 that borrows design elements from each of Microsoft’s two most recent operating systems. If you’re running Windows 10, you may have noticed that the Start Menu is back but it isn’t just the old menu that we have seen in Windows 7 and Vista. [...]

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How to Crack Windows 8.1 Password with A Bootdisk

October 13th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

How to unlock your computer after you’ve forgotten Windows 8.1 password? PCUnlocker is a powerful bootdisk that allows you to crack Windows 8.1 password on a computer where you forgot your password. The step-by-step guide below should work for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and earlier versions of Windows. How to Crack Windows 8.1 Password with [...]

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How to Recover Firefox Saved Passwords from Logins.json

October 7th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Since Firefox 32.0, the built-in password manager changes to store the website passwords in a file named logins.json instead of signons.sqlite. The signons.sqlite is still out there but it’s no longer used. Now we’ve added support for Firefox 32 and you can use the latest version v1.9 of our Firefox Password Recovery program to recover [...]

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PCUnlocker: The First Password Cracking Software with Windows 10 Support

October 4th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Just three days ago Microsoft announced Windows 10 Technical Preview, the successor to Windows 8.1. The download is available through the Windows Insider Program website in both 64-bit and 32-bit flavors, weighing in at around 3-4GB for each edition. Once you’ve signed up for the Windows Insider Program, you can then download the ISO image [...]

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How to Disable Malware Protection in Firefox

September 29th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Firefox 32 integrates Google’s Safe Browsing API with a safe browsing blocklist that identifies potentially malicious executables downloaded by the user. However, the browser is never capable of detecting malicious files successfully. Today when I try to download the freeware fgdump, Firefox keeps blocking it from being downloaded and says “Blocked: May contain a virus [...]

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How to Mount A VHD or VHDX Image in Windows Server 2012

September 25th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Need to copy some files out of a Hyper-V virtual machine? Or looking for a way to view the contents inside a VHD or VHDX image? The most common method is to attach the VHD/VHDX file in Disk Management, so you can then browse all files of your virtual hard disk in Windows Explorer. How [...]

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Lost Windows 8 or 7 Password on ASUS Zenbook

September 24th, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Just bought a new Asus Zenbook which came preloaded with Windows 8 but you’ve lost the password? A forgotten password is no need for panic. As long as you have a password removal utility, you can get back into Windows 8 or Windows 7 Ultrabook in minutes. PCUnlocker is one of the best recovery tools [...]

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How to Log on to HP Omni 10 Tablet After Forgot Windows 8.1 Password

September 23rd, 2014 by Admin No comments »

Forgot Windows 8.1 password and can’t log on to your HP Omni 10 tablet? More often than not, common approaches to this problem is creating boot disks with password bypass tools or an independent Linux OS. Because HP Omni 10 tablet is preloaded with 32-bit UEFI firmware, here we’ll use a UEFI compatible software – [...]

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