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Hosting Services are not free of charge. Building blogs or websites require a domain and space. You need to spend around $10 for .com domain and $100 - $150 per year to host your website. Cheap hosting services exist like $1 per month, but they lack proper speed and technical support. You can also get [...]

Databases form the core of MS Access system which include cells, rows, tables and other miscellaneous elements. But once these databases go corrupt several things can happen - internal and external of Access. The database files generally have extensions ending in  *.accdb,*.mdb, *.adp, *.mda,*.accda,*.mde,*.accde,*.ade  which form the core group of Access. Enterprises use still bigger [...]

Cyber criminals who were in thick of action in 2012 and 2013, have increased their presence through online marketing. For example, the Blackhole exploit kit which was rampant in 2012 got replaced by new exploit kits in 2013 using its parent malicious code. Though it's author, nick-named "Paunch" was lately arrested in October, 2013, the [...]

The advantage between a SSD and HDD lies in the parameter you compare. For example if you compare pricing, then HDD is the clear winner. But if you compare faster boot speed and performance, SSD will out-smart the "older" platter drives. According to Wikipedia, these are the definitions of HDD and SSD - A hard [...]

Are you really pss...ed by this error ? Just like my earlier post on Windows 8 and 8.1 slow boot issues, I'm not going to propose unforeseen solutions to "Windows 8.1 blue screen" problem. From the earliest days of Windows 98 release we saw that BSOD errors are common with Microsoft operating systems. The Windows [...]

5 ... 10... 50....100....500.... Hey, What are these numbers? Don't scratch your head!!! How much time you are waiting for the computer to boot-up ? Ha, Ha, now I see you are smiling! This is why you have come to this post. I've been researching the Net and Google-ing  some forums to get the answers [...]

Clutter of folders appear in the navigation pane in Windows 8.1. Most of them are short-cuts and are not necessary. Currently using Windows 8 still, Good! You are on the better side. Less confusion of items in the File Explorer. But once you made the choice to update to Windows 8.1, there is no other go. [...]

Before we improve the performance of a Windows 8 PC, its important that you check its boot times. Simple things come first. Microsoft has made prominent changes to start up in the Metro OS. Vista and Windows 7 users must be terribly tired of the slow boot times, which could give you a lot of [...]

Certain things are not the same as in Windows 7. One-time users who have upgraded to Windows 8.1 must have felt this bolt. For example, the advanced appearance settings which were very easy to change in 7, are not the same in Windows 8. Certain things still remain un-resolved to-date, like changing windows border colors, title [...]

Windows 8 has changed many colors and errors creep in when you do some tweaks or if there is incompatible software. Boot loader errors like 0xc0000034 create trouble if you have no other support to troubleshoot. Either you should have another desktop PC or laptop with an internet connection to resolve your problem or find [...]

Wi-Fi and Wireless networks are common in this computer age of 2014. With Windows 8.1, Microsoft has removed the ability to right-click wireless networks and forget them. Previously in earlier Windows operating systems, you can stop the OS from automatically connecting to the Wireless Internet. More Articles to Read Change Advanced Appearance Settings in Windows [...]

When there are multiple operating systems on a PC and a hard-disk crash occurs or a BSOD error occurs, you are in the midst of whirlpool. You scratch your head, as the system will not boot and Windows 8 has all the files required for your  normal operation. In such scenarios, emergency repair disks or [...]

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