Have you ever asked yourself about a folder in Windows which contains all the settings and controls of your OS? Usually you need to go in different places to find configuration options unless you heard about the Super Mode [via].
SuperMode is a special folder in Windows 8 that contains all the shortcuts to control panel settings and configuration options. SuperMode is similar to All Tasks or Master Control Panel in Windows Vista or God Mode in Windows 7 [via].
In order to create this folder you need to follow some very simple steps and to have the knowledge of a special code. Let’s see how: Continue reading »
As you can see in the picture, my Facebook page doesn’t load any more, just stays white. Yesterday I tried the new layout interface and after some time I switched back to the old design. After that, my Facebook page on my computer is not working.
Two days ago I helped a friend to get its clean install of Microsoft Windows 7 when I run into a problem. While everything was nice and smooth – drivers, office and other software – with the Skype video calls I run into trouble: the camera was showing the image upside down. Quite funny at first but after a minute or two we were both asking how to fix this? Continue reading »
I received a question this days about how can we open two instances of Skype program in order to use two different account on the same computer. This can be the case when one of your parents need to phone someone from their accounts and you still want to be able to chat with your friends from your account… or when you have a personal account and a work account and you need to be online on both of them.
If you updated to Windows 8 you should already seen a lot of differences from the previous Windows 7 OS from Microsoft. A very old option of Windows is “Hibernate”. Is that state of your computer when you can save your data and even open applications and still you can turn it off (unplug, remove battery).
Not sure why, but it seems that the engineers from Microsoft decided to hide the hibernation button by default. Continue reading »