Windows Task Scheduler 10Nov, 2014

Windows Task Scheduler

The Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler is a software program with Windows operating system that permits the execution of computer jobs whenever a predefined trigger occurs. For example, if you run batch files every week, the Task Scheduler can be setup to do it every week at the same time. You can run the program on daily, hourly, and monthly basis. Steps to open Task Scheduler 1. Go to Control Panel 2. Open Administrative tools 3. Click on Task Scheduler  Steps to Create Basic Tasks in Windows 1. Create Basic Task: In this step you have to give the name and description of the task. You can create any type of task here to run automatically. 2. When do you want…

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Much Awaited Surface Windows Tablet Unveiled. 31Oct, 2012

Much Awaited Surface Windows Tablet Unveiled.

Microsoft Windows 8 is a radical makeover of previous versions of the software. Enticing features of Windows 8 has generated more curiosity to know much about this eagerly awaited Surface Windows Tablet. This innovation of Microsoft is extremely thin and light and have been designed with Windows 8 in mind. Earlier it was framed as an interactive table that could easily sense the presence and movement of objects on the surface and this design become Surface 1.0. This gadget was first exhibited in 2007 with an aim to expand touch-screen approach and to change the style of interaction from normal to people across the table. Leading with the brand its first commercial deployment came after a year of this debut…

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A Revolution with New Windows 8 OS. 31Oct, 2012

A Revolution with New Windows 8 OS.

Innovations or Introduction of something new always generate curiosity in the hearts and minds of people. And when an up-gradation in technology seems breaking the walls of monotony and giving us something new and rejuvenating everytime we wish, it adds charm to the wish list. Completely changing the world of operating systems, Windows 8 has come up with transparency in maintaining the platform for applications. Windows 8 represents a vital shift in the way operating system works and is far more touchscreen-oriented for both tablets as well as traditional PCs. Highlighting its attributes which make it stand out in the queue of previous versions; it is fine and furnished and renders even better performance than shown in the previews. It’s…

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Install Mac on normal machine 28Dec, 2010

Install Mac on normal machine

Introduction There are thousands of Computer Users who would always dream to own a Mac and this is not just for the beautiful looks or the powerful hardware but for the Operating System OS X which is one of the reason Apple is selling their products in large numbers. Now its quite possible for anyone to install a Mac OS X Snow Leopard the latest OS from Apple on their normal computers powered with Windows or Linux. Here are few of the reasons why you would be looking to perform this job. 1.Mac is a operating system which is less prone to viruses. 2.High graphics Steps for installing Mac on a normal Machine. Things you need for starting the installation…

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How to check if Windows 7, Vista, XP or Server 2003 is 32-bit or 64-bit (x86 or x64) version? 12Mar, 2010

How to check if Windows 7, Vista, XP or Server 2003 is 32-bit or 64-bit (x86 or x64) version?

Windows Vista Method 1 Click Start, then click on Run or Start Search. Type msinfo32.exe and then press Enter key. In “System Information”, review the value for the System Type item: For 32-bit editions of Windows, the value of the System Type item is x86-based PC. For 64-bit editions of Windows, the value of the System Type item is x64-based PC. Method 2 Click Start, type system in the “Start Search” box, and then click system in the “Programs” list. The operating system appears as follows: For a 64-bit version operating system: 64-bit Operating System appears for the “System type” under “System”. For a 32-bit version operating system: 32-bit Operating System appears for the “System type” under “System”. Method 3…

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