Wordpress Windows Live Windows 8 Windows 7 Websites Tutorial Office 2010 Freewares Enable Split View on Windows 8 for Metro Apps Tweet Follow @nirmaltv Advertisement Windows 8 consumer preview was released last week with a host of new features and a new start screen. We had talked about the start screen and the new Windows explorer in Windows 8. Another nice feature on Windows 8 is that you can enable split view for metro apps. This means that you can simply pin or split the screen into two section with one section for a metro app and second section can be used as a normal desktop. This is pretty handy feature when you want to work with multiple apps (metro apps) and desktop side by side.
The Metro-style Start screen is your new Start menu. The Start screen has absorbed many of the features of the old Start menu, so it’s useful even if you never want to use a Metro-style app.
Wget is available to use natively in UNIX and Windows command-line, but it’s possible to install wget on Mac OS X with a bit of coaxing. So, once you know the sorts of things you can use Wget for, it is portable to whichever OS you’re using – and that’s handy. What’s even better is that wget can be used in batch files and cron jobs. This is where we start seeing the real power behind wget.
En esta guía encontrarás varios trucos y consejos para organizar bien tus archivos y ficheros mediante varios programas, dando como resultado un mantenimiento de tus datos mucho más sencillo y eficiente.
After going through the reviews in the Windows Store for the music and videos apps for Windows 8, I noticed that many users were complaining that it was either too difficult or not possible to pull their music and video files into the separate media apps. It is, however, very possible and even simple to bring your current media files over to Windows 8 without a ton of copying and file manipulation. Simply use the Windows 8 Libraries.
Wordpress Windows Live Windows 8 Windows 7 Websites Tutorial Office 2010 Freewares Capture Screenshots on Windows 8 Advertisement Microsoft has released the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 and when compared to the technical preview version, there are many changes. There are new features included along with the new start screen and Explorer and Task manager. One of the new feature is the ability to capture screenshots natively. Although previous versions of Windows had this feature, the screenshot was saved only in the clipboard and you need to open Paint or other apps to save the file. But with Windows 8, things have changed and you can capture and save screenshots natively.
Wordpress Windows Live Windows 8 Windows 7 Websites Tutorial Office 2010 Freewares Rearrange and Create Name for Start Screen Groups in Windows 8 Advertisement When it comes to recently released Windows 8 Consumer Preview, the most important feature is obviously the start screen. The new start screen in Windows 8 has metro UI styled apps. One of the good feature of this start screen is that you can rearrange and group the app which are available on the start screen. Grouping is useful if you want quick access to tools when you have large number of apps pinned to start screen.
Once of the most common steps when troubleshooting a PC is to boot into safe mode. For a long time this has been achieved by pressing the F8 key, this all changes with Windows 8 and its Automatic Repair mode. But what if we want Safe Mode?
Windows 8 has a new feature that allows you to natively pin both applications and folders to the Start screen. This is an improvement over Windows 7, which requires third party tools to pin folders to the Start menu.
Hotkeys allow you to save time by quickly accessing menus and performing different tasks, which may take more time when done with mouse. Windows 8 Consumer Preview was launched some days ago, and along with the new user interface, also came new hotkeys to access the new menus included in Windows 8. We thought it would be nice to compile a list of shortcuts that you will find very useful while using Windows 8. Some of the shortcuts are same as Windows 7, but a lot have changed, too. Keep reading to find out some easy access hotkeys for Windows 8.