With the release of Windows 8.1, Microsoft listened to some of the users that were requesting a way to boot to the desktop instead of the new tiled Start Screen. This setting is kind of hidden in Windows 8.1, and in this video I show you how to access this setting.
Microsoft, recently just released the Windows 8.1 Preview introducing new features such as more tile sizes, the start button and a number of other improvements. In this video, I give my overview on the new update.
Factory Reset, is a good thing to do if you are getting ready to sell your computer, you will want to make sure that all of your data is removed from your hard drive. Factory Resetting your computer is also a good thing to do if you want to speed up your computer by erasing every single file off of your hard drive.
Keep in mind that once you start the process of factory resetting your computer, your computer will not be usable for 6-8 hours, depending on how many things you have stored on your hard drive.
Windows 8, comes with a lot of settings to personalize your computer the way you want, but these settings are spread out all over the place making it really hard to customize your computer. With a secret feature called 'God Mode', you can access every setting on your computer in one place.
Hibernate is a feature for your computer that puts it into a very low power state so that when your not using it,
NOTE: You should do this on desktop computers instead of laptops because this could drain the battery of your laptop significantly.
When you first get your computer, you may find that it is pretty fast, but over time when you start to download things from the internet, your computer will begin to feel slower. In this video, I show you how to increase the number of processors that your computer uses so that it will run much faster.
Over time, your Windows 8 computer will start to slow down because programs you download will start to leave files behind on your system, which will slow down your computer if you let it build up too much. In this video, I show you where to access the temporary files on your computer so that you can speed up your system.