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Mar 12, 2013
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How to Enable Delete Confirmation Dialog in Windows 8

In Windows 8, deleting files and folders no longer have delete confirmation dialog prior to actual deletion. Once the “delete” command is hit, the files and folders selected will be removed from the system straightaway, and are moved to the Recycle Bin.

That’s the default behavior for deletion in Windows 8, for files and folders located in drives and volumes that are protected by Recycle Bin. As such, the deleted files and folders can be easily recoverable from the Recycle Bin, or if you immediately discovered that you’ve made a mistake in deleting the files and folders, Windows 8 allows you to instantly undo the delete to bring back the files and folders by pressing Ctrl-Z or right click on blank space in Desktop or Windows Explorer, and select Undo Delete.
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Mar 12, 2013
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Windows 8 Photo Viewer Flickers, Shows Black Screen and Crashes Display Driver

When using Windows Photo Viewer to view photos and images in Windows 8 Desktop, Windows Photo Viewer may make the screen flicker, or simply fire up but display the picture in total black color with only menu bar and the application chrome border visible.

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Mar 10, 2013
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How to Change Windows Explorer’s Starting Location

When users run and launch Windows Explorer, the GUI shell for Windows operating system will open Windows Explorer in default folder – Libraries. The default setting in Windows that assumes most users will make use of the default folders to manage their documents, pictures, videos, and music, thus having Windows Explorer opening in location Libraries by default is convenient for most users.

How to Change Windows Explorer’s Starting Location
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Jan 25, 2013
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Windows 8 Upgrades Get Way More Expensive After February 1

en-US_Win_8_Pro_3UR-00001Microsoft has releasing Windows 8 with a ridiculously low and unbelievably cheap price for most comprehensive edition of Windows 8. If you’ve not upgraded to Windows 8 yet, you should grab your license now. Microsoft has announced on its blog that the low prices for Windows 8 will end on January 31st, 2013, and after that you’ll need to pay full retail price.

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Nov 16, 2012
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How To Download and Get Free Worldwide Call of Skype for Windows 8

Skype for Windows 8 was released! This Windows 8 version is available in almost all platforms such as Mac OS X, iOS, Android, and Windows and it is available for downloading now. Skype will also integrate with and replace Windows Live Messenger online chat service in future.


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Nov 7, 2012
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How To Get Your Google Back in Windows 8

After long waiting, Microsoft has finally launched its next version operating system – Windows 8 on October 26th, 2012. Though Microsoft has determined to make Windows 8 mobile-friendly and touch-friendly with complete modern and intuitive user interface, but as the dominant desktop operating system, it strikes out Google and puses its own Bing and Internet Explorer to Windows 8. However, Google has launched a new page site to teach new Windows 8 users how to restore or add Google Search to their devices and to get Chrome.


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