Lousiness, power cuts , blue screens, PC crashes you name it. There might be plenty of reasons why you did not save the document that you just worked on for hours. Luckily there is a neat little way to recover in Office 2010.
Windows 8 has been at the receiving end for long due alienation of existing Desktop users who were accustomed to the traditional start menu driven interface. But we do have to take a look on some unseen aspects before judging it.
A general trend that is being observed among Windows 8 apps is that, they tend to fare very poorly when compared to their Android or iOS counter parts. However every now and then few apps prove this notion wrong in its entirety.
Windows 8 is a genuinely good OS, but it surely has taken a lot of steps back in terms of intuitiveness in performing even mundane actions like Shutdown or Restart. Here is a quick workaround by using desktop shortcuts.
While there may not be any official YouTube app for Windows 8, there are few decent solutions worth looking at. Your Tube 8 is one such YouTube client for Windows 8 worth checking out if you want to enjoy YouTube sans the clutter.
The apparent “flat look” which the Redmond giant tried to adopt replacing Aero feels extremely incomplete and unpolished. Removing Aero for Desktop users made very little sense. Thankfully there exists a new way to bring it back.
Toolbox for Windows 8 has many handy utilities which are not included in the default Windows 8 installation like Stopwatch, Alarm, a touch friendly calculator and more. What sets Toolbox apart is its customisable workspaces
Firefox 17 for the Desktop definitely is a nice update to have, especially with the Social API enabled, the Click to Play feature for added security and of course the boatload of fixes and improvements.
While Windows Store yet may not be a great place to hunt some really productive apps, it definitely is a breeding place to some really cool apps to kill your time. This time, we have got a very promising Reddit app for WIndows 8 Modern UI covered for you.
Windows 8 clearly is Microsoft’s greatest gamble ever. Come to think of it, it has risked one of its most affluent sources of income : Windows. We review the final version of the OS being shipped on brand new products.