Windows 8 and 8.1 have a new way of organizing and displaying the available network sharing settings. Some are easy to figure out, some are not and there is also one setting that's not documented anywhere by Microsoft. In this article we will take an in-depth look at all the network sharing settings that are available in Windows 8 and 8.1 and explain them one by one. Let's get started:
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How to manage your network and internet connections in Windows 7 and Windows 8. How to work with wireless networks.
One of the best features of OneDrive is that you can download and install it on any sort of device you might have. There are applications for computers with all kinds of operating systems, apps for mobile devices and even an app that is built into Windows 8.1. But, did you know that, in order to experience all of the best features that OneDrive has to offer, you don't really need to install anything? The web interface is a great way to experience OneDrive and in this article we will share the reasons why this is the case.
After using the Windows Firewall for a long time, it might stop working as it should. Especially if you have fiddled with its more advanced settings and you did not really know what you were doing. As you can imagine, turning it off and on again won't work even though that may fix some simple computer problems. One thing that will work though is to restore the Windows Firewall to its default settings and start configuring it again from scratch. Here's how this reset is done:
When you first use the Internet Explorer app in Windows 8.1, you may think that it is really simple and basic, without much in terms of features. You couldn't be more wrong. For example, this browser offers lots of privacy oriented features that give you control over what data is tracked about you and what is not. In this article we will share with you 8 privacy oriented settings that you can configure, in order to get the level of privacy you want. Let's get started:
Windows 8.1 comes with the OneDrive service built-in but Windows 7, since it was created a couple of years ago, wasn't designed with such tight OneDrive integration in mind. However, this doesn't mean that you cannot use this service in Windows 7 to synchronize your files across devices and computers. Microsoft offers a very good application for this operating system and, in this tutorial, we will share how it works.
Now that Google has released the 64-bit version of Google Chrome, you may be wanting to try it out. Unfortunately, getting upgraded to the 64-bit version is not as intuitive and quick as you might think. That's why we have decided to make this guide and share where you can find the 64-bit version of Google Chrome and how to install it.
A few weeks ago, Google released the 64-bit version of the popular Chrome browser and promised increased stability, security, and speed. We were curious to learn how many of these promises are true, and share what you gain and lose when using the 64-bit version of this browser. We have used this browser for a couple of days and ran several benchmarks. Here's what you get when using the 64-bit version of Google Chrome instead of the 32-bit version.
We all know that OneDrive is great for storing files online, granting you access to your data from any device with an Internet connection. While that certainly is enough to make the service worthwhile, it isn't the only feature worth getting excited about. OneDrive doesn't only make it easy for you to access your own files, it also makes it easy to give others access as well. Want to show your entire family a collection of photos of your child on Christmas but don't want to snail mail discs? Want to collaborate on a paper but can stand emailing it back and forth? Do you want to transfer a file to a friend that's too large to email? Well stop wondering how to do it and read on to learn how to share your files and folders using OneDrive.
When browsing the Internet you may have encountered the term "cookies". Some websites informed you about using them or your web browser had some settings about them. Even though you knew that these "cookies" are not exactly a sweet dessert, you didn't know exactly what they are and their role in browsing the web. This is why, in this article we will explain what cookies are, how they work and what kind of cookies are most frequently used.
Once your OneDrive account is set up and in use, you may want to check out your options to make sure everything is configured the way you like it. While the defaults are fine for most, power users may enjoy the ability to change default file formats and tagging permissions. This tutorial will show how to change them.
One way to use the OneDrive service is with the help of a web browser. You can use it to add or remove files, edit documents, create documents and many other things, without the need for external applications. Read on to learn all you need to know about working with files in the OneDrive website.
Web browsers are usually the most used software when it comes to downloading files. This is why managing downloads has to be simple and intuitive, so users can find their way easily through the files they downloaded in the past. Because Internet Explorer 11 app for Windows 8.1 is a relatively new web browser, we will share with you everything you need to know about downloading and managing downloaded files in this browser.