Tagged: Windows

How to Access Ubuntu Bash Files from Windows

If you installed Bash on Windows 10, and you want to get access to the files that you created on Bash from the Windows side, here’s what you need to do! Open File Explorer Click File on the top left, click Change folder and search options Click on View tab,...

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Easy Malware Removal Guide

You might be using your computer one day and notice that there’s some weird behavior occurring. Maybe, it’s the random popups or system crashes, strange warnings or dialog messages, excessive network activity, and programs start misbehaving (randomly opening, crashing, or strange error messages), you might be infected with malware. Here...

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What’s new in Windows 10?

Windows 10 is the next best thing coming from Microsoft. Here’s a few things to keep in mind when you’re considering the switch. Its free! Windows 10 is free for most people – but if you’re running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Don’t worry, you have one year, until July 29th, 2016...

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How to Get Your Windows Product Key

It’s harder than I thought to get your current installation’s of Windows 7, 8, or 10’s product key. There’s no easy way to find it except for this nice script. 1) Open Notepad Search for the Notepad program that comes with every installation of Windows. When you open Notepad, an...

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How to take Screenshots on Windows 7 and 8

There’s a few different techniques for screenshotting on Windows, starting with the ubiquitous PrintScreen button. This button is usually found above the Insert, Home, and Page Up Button on your keyboard, but this depends on the type of keyboard you have and may not even be its own dedicated button...

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8 Steps to Install Cygwin on Windows

Cygwin provides the Linux feeling on Windows. With Cygwin, you can get a sizable Linux collection of GNU and Open Source tools including a terminal that supports POSIX interface on Windows. Step 1) Check whether your System type is 32 bit or 64 bit. If you have Windows 8 or...

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