Category: Windows 7

How to Record Computer Screen in Windows 7 in MP4 or FLV or GIF or WMV etc. Formats?

In Windows 7 the facility to take screen capture and video recording is very useful for tutorial makers. With Movavi Screen Capture software you can accomplish this task very easily. Microsoft has provided Screen Recorder utility which has some limitations. So, you have to rely on third-party software for maximum benefits. But unlike other vendors, with this screen capture and recording software you can save your video to different formats like MP4, AVI, GIF, MOV, FLV etc. But in 2017, the dominance of mobile market requires that you save the recorded file in its corresponding format. So, in this software, there

[WorkAround] Beware of KB3126446 – Causing Re-boot Issues in Windows 10 and 8.1 and 7 SP1 and Server 2012 R2

Microsoft releases new updates on every Tuesday. This Feb 9th, 2016 we had similar updates, which included KB3126446. Luckily, this update is meant for users with Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) enabled. As part of the security bulletin MS16-017, this update (KB3126446) fixes a security problem in Microsoft Windows. Due to this vulnerability, if an authenticated troubleshooter or user, who uses RDP to logon to the target system can send typical “malicious” data over the connection. This will cause elevation of privileges, like running applications or programs with Administrator privileges. The attacker then can install programs; view, change, or delete data;

[Fix] How to Solve Mic Volume Too Low Problem in Windows 7 or 8 or 8.1 (Troubleshooting Steps)?

Many-a-times you buy a new headset, but face different software and hardware challenges. Recently I bought a “Creative HS-330” headset. But the mic volume was very low. Though the head-phone audio quality was good, I was not able to record any videos due to this issue. The OS was Windows 8.1. I had a dual-boot scenario, so I tested in both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions. But still the recorded volume through the mic was low. I was getting my sound through VIA High Definition Audio drivers. Though the “playback” sound was good, I still had to find a way

[Case-Study] Why Cleaning Software is Unnecessary in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1?

When you do a search for best registry cleaner and cleaning software, there are hundreds of products. All of them boast around 100% performance gain and tempt you to shell money on them. But are they really necessary? The only product you will need for cleaning your PC and registry is CCleaner (even this is required only if your PC becomes really slow). There is not even a maintenance software for this purpose in Windows 7 and 8.1. How to Believe my Words? Recently, “Fred Langa of Windows Secrets” (source: windowssecrets.com) has performed a case-study on the efficacy of 3

Move Windows 7 Taskbar to Desired Location on your Desktop

One of the silliest troubles we face in Windows is when the taskbar moves from its default location at the bottom to the side or top. This can be annoying sometimes if you don’t know how to retrieve the taskbar to it’s original location. Advanced Settings to Change Windows Color and Appearance in 8 and 7?   Earlier in Windows XP, there was no clean option to move the taskbar to the sides or top. But with the advent of new technology, you can move windows 7 taskbar to the desired location very cleanly and easily. In this post, I’m

Fix BOOTMGR is Missing Error During or After Windows 7 Install – Causes and Solutions

After a failed Windows 7 install, you may encounter the “BOOTMGR is missing” error when you make another futile attempt to install or run the OS. It will show you a black screen. There are no fixes provided alongwith the error. It will simply say to press “CTRL+ALT+DELETE” or “RESTART” your computer. Just like many illogical Microsoft solutions, this solution is also stupid. For people who don’t know about computer error messages or less knowledgeable about OS, will try to fix with their intuitive solutions like wiping out the hard disk, repetitively running the install DVD or USB several times,