How to Run Metro Apps in Windows 8 with UAC Turned Off

By  · Monday, Apr 22, 2013 3 Comments

User Account Control (UAC) is one of those things introduced by Microsoft that are helpful in one sense but then in the other they are completely annoying. This security infrastructure was implemented after Windows Vista, allowing you to monitor the launch of non-native applications. Most of the windows users simply keep it disabled as you

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Display Windows 8 Edition & Build Version on Your Desktop

By  · Sunday, Mar 24, 2013 1 Comment

Today we are going to share a simple trick to display the details about your Windows 8 right on your desktop.  In earlier versions of Windows, these details included the version of the operating system and build number only but in Windows 8, Microsoft has also included the install directory as well. You can display Windows edition and

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How to Disable Start Screen Animations Completely in Windows 8

By  · Friday, Mar 22, 2013 0 Comments

If you do not like your start screen animations or are on a slow computer but want your PC to response effectively then you can disable windows start screen animations. This will help not only in fast booting up plus also quick UI response. You don’t have to install anything, everything is already there in your windows. Simply follow

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How to Shuffle Wallpapers in Windows 8

By  · Tuesday, Mar 19, 2013 0 Comments

Just like the previous versions of Windows, the automatic cycling of wallpapers can be done in Windows 8 as well. All you need to do is to place your wallpapers in one folder and place it somewhere safe so that you may not rename it or delete it by accident. To make wallpapers change automatically in Windows 8, follow these steps. Step

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How to Enable Synaptic ‘Chiral Scrolling’ Option in Windows 8

By  · Saturday, Feb 16, 2013 14 Comments

Synaptic Gesture Suite incorporates many useful features for users to interact with their machines via touchpads. Out of the many features offered - the most important, at least to me, is Chiral Scrolling. As the official description says: “Place one finger on the “target” zone (the right side of the TouchPad to scroll up or

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