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Every time you turn on a computer with the new Windows 8 installed, the operating system will welcome you by displaying a lock screen and, right after that, a login screen interface. At this point, in order to fully access Windows 8, you will have to type your username and password. Did you know that you can automatize this process in order to automatically login and gain access to your Windows 8? Let’s see how to achieve this using a little trick!

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Run. (alternatively, press Win + R on your keyboard).
  3. Now, type  netplwiz and hit Enter.
  4. Click the Users tab.
  5. Now, simply untick the  “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer” checkbox.
  6. Click OK.
  7. A window named “Automatically Log on”  will popup on your screen.
  8. Type your username and password in the blank fields.
  9. Click OK.
  10. Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
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Today we will tell you what you should do when you forgot Windows 8 password? Yes, there are many ways to help you reset Windows 8 password even when you forgot windows 8 login password. Windows 8 by default have two type of account, first is local account which stores the login on PC and other is Windows Live or hotmail account which is connected to the online hotmail or Live email ID in which the password for windows and email ID remains the same.

Method 1: Reset Windows 8 Password with Default Administrator Account

Each version of Windows since windows XP has a default windows administrator account which allows you to log in Windows with a blank password. But this account is disabled in normal mode, so you will need to first boot Windows 8 into safe mode.

Once you are in safe mode you will see the default windows admin account enabled to login with a blank password and then you under users in control panel, you can reset your user account password which you have forgotten.

Method 2: Reset Windows 8 Password Using Hotmail Live ID

Firstly identify the type of account you use to login to Windows 8, if you use the hotmail email ID or live account for windows 8, go to hotmail.com log in and reset your email ID password from there and try the new password to login once the password is reset, this may help to login to Windows 8 but make sure that your computer is connected to internet when you do this.

Method 3: Reset Windows 8 Password Using Picture Password or Pin Logon

As you may already know that Windows 8 allows you to login with three different ways and you have picture password for windows 8 and you can also create a 4 digit windows 8 pin which you can use for quick login in windows 8. If you have already enabled any of these features then you can login to windows 8 even if you don’t remember the actual windows 8 password, but provided these features are already enabled.

Method 4: Reset Windows 8 Password Using Software

Don’t worry if none of the above method worked for you and you haven’t been able to login to windows 8 then you can try the Reset Windows Password utility – which can resets any Windows password. It can reset domain passwords too. It removes all logon restrictions, so that you can logon to your computer.  Windows accounts can be locked, disabled, or may have reached a failed logon attempt threshold. Reset Windows Password removes all Windows logon restrictions that prevent you from logging on to your computer.

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May
25
Posted on 25-05-2012
Filed Under (Windows 8 Tips & Tweaks) by admin

Once of the most common steps when troubleshooting a PC is to boot into safe mode. For a long time this has been achieved by pressing the F8 key, this all changes with Windows 8 and its Automatic Repair mode. But what if we want to boot into Safe Mode?

You can still have Safe Mode, however, it is buried deep into the recovery options of Windows 8. While just mashing the F8 key as we all know will boot you into automatic recovery mode, you can still manually access the recovery options by pressing the Shift+F8 key combination.

Booting into Safe Mode on Windows 8

The trick is to hold the Shift key and mash the F8 key, this will sometimes boot you into the new advanced recovery mode,  where you can choose the see advanced repair options.

You will need to click on the Troubleshoot option.

Now select Advanced Options.

Now choose the Windows Startup Settings option, by the looks of things we were never meant to find Safe Mode.

Finally hit the Restart button.

Like magic, when your PC reboots you will be able to boot into Safe Mode from the familiar looking Advanced Boot Options screen.

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May
03
Posted on 03-05-2012
Filed Under (Others, Windows 8 News) by admin

Microsoft claims Windows 8 is the first version of Windows to require less resources that its predecessor.  The preliminary system requirements look promising.

System Requirements

  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster (Intel or ARM).
  • RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit).
  • Hard drive space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit).
  • Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device or higher.
  • To use touch, you need a tablet or monitor that supports multitouch.
  • To access Windows Store and to download and run apps, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768.
  • To snap apps in the Metro interface, you need a screen resolution of at least 1366 x 768.

Most interesting is you must have a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 to run apps from the Windows Store. Those of you holding out at 800 x 600, it is time to buy a new monitor.

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May
02
Posted on 02-05-2012
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Taking screenshots is a very essential task for most people who use a computer. No matter which form fact of a machine you are using, you will need a moment or two on daily basis to record what’s on your screen. Knowing the tips and tricks of what the latest Windows offers can help you make the simple task like taking screenshots a lot more effective.

First of all, the traditional way still works.

PrtScn key on your keyboard to copy the entire screen into the clipboard.

Alt + PrtScn to copy the whole active window into the clipboard.

Then, you can paste what you took into an application that takes pictures, e.g. Photo Editor or Microsoft Word, or even Notepad.

Then, a new feature in Windows 8.

Win + PrtScn to take the entire screen and save it directly in your Pictures folder in PNG format. The saved picture is named as Screenshot(x).png, in which the X is a number that is available for the new file.

Here comes the Snipping Tool

To rescue when taking a rectangular of screen or even a free form shape of it is needed. It’s a great add-on tool that helps you improve your screen capture productivity without installing any 3prd screen capture applications.

To start, you can press Win key and type Snipping to find it first, and click to launch it. You can simplify this process by pinning it to the taskbar on desktop or set up a quick hotkey from the Snipping Tools’ property dialog box.

Snipping tool offers 4 screen capture modes, two of them are additional to the traditional PrtScn and Alt + PrtScn.

You can make changes to the screenshot you took within the Snipping Tool before saving it as an image file or copy it again in clipboard.

Here are a couple of tips that could be very helpful.

To take the screenshot of the context menu,

1. Launch Snipping Tool, and press Esc key to temporarily get out.

2. Bring up the context menu, and press Ctrl + PrtScn to start capturing.

To capture the metro start screen app

1. Launch the Snipping Tool, and press Esc to temporarily get out.

2. Switch to Start screen or Metro App you want to take part of the screen.

3. Press Ctrl + PrtScn, and Win + Tab.

4. Start capturing.

It’s quite cumbersome to use, to be honest. It’s way better and easier just using Win + PrtScn.

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