Today one of my friends asked me if I can find out what is his Windows Installation date. This can be find very easily and because some of you may be interested in this I thought to share it with you.
1. Click on Start button, type CMD and press ENTER key
2. Type “systeminfo” in the command line.
A list of information will appear. Look after “Original Install Date:”. And this should be your windows installation date and time. Have fun!
theverge.com offered these days a beautiful concept of a Windows interface. Fonts and basics design lines are clearly inspired by Windows 8 “metro” style but it also came with beautiful and creative ideas. I think that this interface can be attractive even to the biggest Apple fans.
This is a desktop concept that I’ve recently put together for fun. I thought I’d post a few screens to see what people here think. The screens include variations of explorer, ie (with a quick redesign of windows.com and bing), media center/player, and skype.
Microsoft is set to retire the Zune and Windows Live brands with Windows 8, it’s reported, as well as offer a switchable tablet/desktop UI in the Office 15 apps for increased finger-friendliness. The so-called “Touch Mode” button has been spotted in the Office 15 technical preview but is not yet functional, according to ZDNet‘s source, but which will presumably boost icon size among other tweaks for those using the software in Metro mode on tablets and touchscreen all-in-ones.
1. Go to Start -> Control Panel
2. Go to “Display”
3. Click on “Set custom text size (DPI)”
4. Select size as percent
Then select OK to close this windows. Click on “Apply” and that should be it.