Friday, May 5, 2017

Folder Permissions

WINDOWS.OLD

Windows 8 and Widows 10 

Have you experienced this before when you click on My PC and then clicked C:\ and you find this left over file on the hard drive? 
  • So your first reaction is to delete it right? 
STOP 
Always try this first use the system Disk Cleanup found here 



STEP  1

STEP 2  

Read Text box in the top image to complete process.

WHEN DISK CLEAN FAILS

You will need TakeOwnershipEx once you download this program follow all the direction to take control of this hard to remove file you will select the file named Windows.Old in TakeOwnerShip.
Now you will need to restart your computer after taking ownership of this file to delete the Windows.old file reboot and Delete file DONE 

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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Users Pacific

THIS IS FOR SEAGATE HARD DRIVES ONLY!! 

Download Tool Widows Free

Briefly this tool will fix a troubled Seagate drives from slow start and program issue.The tool can only be used if your computer if it is still operational.
Here are some screen shot of this tool;
Drive Detection

System Tools

Basic Tools



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Monday, October 10, 2016

Short Cut Hot Keys

Here are some keys you may know about already that do function that help when your mouse is bunged-up (Not functioning).

You can also use this HOT key when you are moving large amount of images to a new folder to clean up space.

Next you have Ctrl C  

Crtl X 

Once you learn to do the top two this is the last HOT function you will use to place the copied images or text into a new folder or document to continue you process. 
If you have found this useful share with a friend some of you may already know these simple short cut HOT KEYS. 
Thank you! 
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Friday, December 11, 2015

Bugs and Viruses OH NO!

>>>STOP<<<

What happens when you have more than one anti-virus protection product (software) on your laptop or desktop computer? 

Here are the symptoms that follow:
#1 Conflict with Windows operating system (OS)
Window 7, Windows 8 Windows 8.1 and earlier. 
#2 SLOW Booting computer. (Turning on) 
#3 System hang-ups ext...

HIGH IMPORTANCE!  
Let me guess you have not installed your free Windows 10 yet! 
  • Get it while you can while it is free this is a great price! It offers Microsoft Defender on steroids for free.
  • 24/7 Anti-Virus protection 
  • APPs instead of software downloads
  • And Much More! 
If you have windows 10 this is a fair warning remove all third party anti-virus software that is stalled on you computer or laptop and I do not care if it came with a free trial version.  
Once you install Windows 10 your protected for the life of you computer how awesome is that!

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Monday, November 16, 2015

Windows 10 'Free Upgrade' Rule Changes

Amidst controversy after controversy, last month Microsoft did something everyone wanted: it promised to change the Windows 10 free upgrade rules for the better. Out would go the ludicrous situation of forcing users to literally upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8 for a free copy (a real pain for anyone hoping to start with a clean install) and in would come the ability to activate Windows 10 simply using Windows 7 and Windows 8 keys. Well now Microsoft has followed through…
As part of the massive Windows 10 ‘Threshold 2’ release last week (which has its own pros and cons) upgraded users can now simply search for ‘Activate’ in Cortana and on the Activation page it brings up there is the option to register a product key.

The lengthier path is: Settings > Update & Security > Activation > Change Product Key



The key can be from any eligible copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8, which means Home or Professional editions (Enterprise and Windows RT are excluded) which have not already had Windows 10 installed on top of them.
Windows 10 will also accept eligible Windows 7 and Windows 8 product keys during the setup process for a clean install which is a great time saver. Previously the only option was: 1. Upgrade your Windows copy to Windows 10 (this created a ‘digital entitlement’), 2. Format your computer, 3. Install Windows 10 again (digital entitlement recognises previously registered hardware). Yes, it was crazy. Interestingly Microsoft’s own support website hasn’t been updated yet to reflect these changes. At the time of publication, when you visit the Activation Page all you will find is a guide telling you to call a phone number if your digital activation fails. Hopefully this will be modified soon.

Of course, given the positive nature of this change, the obvious question to ask is: Why isn’t Microsoft shouting about it from the rooftops? And here I think there are some less honourable reasons…
Firstly, Microsoft would still strongly prefer users to upgrade as originally intended to create PCs based on digital entitlements not keys. Digital entitlements are hardware locked making it harder for users to shift registration to a new computer. Secondly, accepting Windows 7 and Windows 8 keys potentially reinvigorates a black market for them. Thirdly, Microsoft doesn’t yet have all the answers for its product key enforcement plans.

For example, outstanding questions include:

Can Windows 10 be activated using a valid Windows 7 or Windows 8 key which has already been used on a different machine?
Would the above course of action invalidate Windows 7/8/ invalid on that machine?
Can a Windows 7/8/ keys be deregistered from a Windows 10 machine in future to upgrade a different PC – just as Windows keys previously worked?
Can valid keys be used after 29 July 2016 when the Windows 10 free upgrade offer is scheduled to end?
Of course all these will need answering and they will become pressing as advanced users modify their PCs, mainstream users change machines and the secondhand market for Windows 10 machines gains momentum.
Still all we know right now is Microsoft has promised, and delivered upon, a practical and highly necessary Windows 10 change which should make life on the OS a little easier for everyone. Coupled with a further 10 great secret features in the Threshold 2 release, it’s a start…

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Command Prompt As Administrator In Windows 10

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Know your stuff 

How to enter CMD as administrator for window 10

The EASY  Way



The Ling-Go...
  1. Right click on start 
  2. Click Command Prompt (Admin) DONE...
When using the CMD as administrator you are accessing controls for the operating system.
If you do not access the administrator side your accessing just the controls tools such as (msconfig) for the system start-up utilities.