How to Use File Indexing to make Windows Search Faster

November 30, 2019

Here is how you can Enable or Disable File Indexing in Windows There are tons of differences between Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s Mac operating system and both have their pros and cons. However, one feature where Mac has been way ahead of Windows is how it has handled its search feature, allowing you to quickly...

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How to Change Settings for Installed Services in Windows

November 10, 2019

Here is how you can change Settings for Installed Services in Windows using the Windows Registry Editor Windows, being a general-purpose operating system, provides a host of different APIs for implementing your programs as you see ideal. In Windows NT operating systems, Microsoft has introduced an API called a Windows Service. This API allows any application...

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How to Install or Uninstall Services in Windows

November 10, 2019

Here is how you can Install or Uninstall Services in Windows using Command Prompt Windows, being a general-purpose operating system, provides a host of different APIs for implementing your programs as you see ideal. In Windows NT operating systems, Microsoft has introduced an API called a Windows Service. This API allows any application that to register...

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Using Keyboard Shortcuts for Multiple Screens in Windows

November 3, 2019

Here is how you can use keyboard shortcuts to make your Multi-Screen experience in Windows Better Desktop operating systems are much more versatile than mobile operating systems, and are designed to be more general-purpose as well, with support for a host of different devices and ports. If your device supports it, you can hook it...

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Run .EXE files from Command Prompt

November 3, 2019

 Here is how you can run .exe files in Windows Each operating system has its own sets of rules for each area of the operating system, and one really important aspect is the file system. Each operating system manages file systems differently. Windows employs two major file systems, NTFS and FAT. Moreover, one area where...

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