Category: Tutorial

How to Enable, Connect and Fix Remote Desktop in Windows 10, 8.1, 8 and 7

Remote desktop feature is like a remote control to your PC. To use remote desktop to connect to a Windows 10 PC, you can use the two methods mentioned below. This is useful when a third-party service like Microsoft technical support wants to fix problems on your computer. For example, an MVP in India wants to troubleshoot a client in United States with “windows update error”, he can use this option. By default, it is disabled. Note: Remote desktop service works only on Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate versions of Windows. This does not work on the Home edition

Configure Windows Live Mail 2012 Settings for Gmail and Yahoo! Mail

Recently Windows Live Essentials had a new update. I was curious to know whether there are any changes in Windows Live Mail 2012 settings. Luckily, I didn’t find much changes. Earlier I wrote about, setting up Outlook.com email with Windows Live Mail 2012. Setting up Yahoo Mail and Gmail accounts is more tedious when compared to Outlook.com. But the method is straight forward. In this article, we are going to see the following things. How to Setup Outlook.com Mail Account in Windows Live Mail 2012 How to Setup Yahoo! Mail Account in Live Mail 2012. How to Configure the Settings

How to Control Volume of Different Applications in Windows 7

Sounds and Video are the interesting elements of a human feeling, by which one acquaints with the surroundings. Computers are loaded with these fascinating controls to let you get the same perception of the real world. If you are a Windows 7 user, there are many applications like browsers, audio players, video players etc using which you can hear different sounds. Most of you know how to decrease or increase volume in Windows 7 using the speakers icon present in the system tray. But do you know that using the same setting you can disable application sounds in Windows 7.

SEO Permalink structure in WordPress – Best ways of Redirection

You’ve freshly installed WordPress on your website and very new to it’s settings. The present version at the writing of this post is 3.3.1. There are so many settings for your WordPress installation and you can learn about each setting every day through google. Today, you’re going to learn about the permalink structure setting in WordPress. You can also know about the best seo permalink structure for your blog or website and how to redirect to it. According to this Wikipedia link on permalink, permalink structure is nothing, but how your URL structure will be for every post on your

Basic Windows 7 Power Options : Display, Sleep, Power Buttons

You may often find to your advantage to tweak your Windows 7 Power options like display, sleep and power buttons, so that it suits your working habits and power savings mode. The display setting can be used to turn off the monitor after a pre-defined set of minutes, so that power is saved when the computer monitor is idle. You can also save some power by putting computer to sleep or low-battery mode, if your computer is idle. Also using keyboard shortcuts (for multimedia keyboards), you can put computer to sleep or hibernate with a single key stroke. In order

Windows 7 Power Options Completely Explained with Recommended Options [Tutorial]

I was away from my Windows 7 PC(desktop) for a few minutes and the computer shut down itself, which made me look up into my Windows 7 power options to see has anything changed. Although, I couldn’t find the exact reason for this issue, this led me to write this tutorial post. Since, I’m on a Windows 7 desktop, I could only provide screenshots of desktop settings. How to open the Windows 7 Power Options window:- In order to change/play with your power settings/options for your Windows 7 desktop, open the following window. Control Panel –> All Control Panel Items

Stop users from shutting down or restarting Windows 7 PC

Sometimes, it becomes a necessity to prevent standard users i.e users other than administrators from shutting down or restarting the Windows computer. You can easily create a separate Group Policy object for non-administrators to successfully complete this task. This can be easily accomplished on Windows 7 PC. In order to do it, type mmc in start search and hit Enter to open Microsoft Management Console. In the File tab, click on Add/Remove Snap-in. In the left side, under the available Snap-in’s, select Group Policy Object and double-click on it. This will open the Group Policy Wizard. Under the Local Computer