Chủ Nhật, 8 tháng 7, 2018

Microsoft fixes serious Flash in Windows 8

On Friday, September 21, 2012, Microsoft updated Flash on Windows 8 to protect IE10 users against possible attacks that began months ago.
Like Google Chrome, the IE10 browser on Microsoft's Windows 8 product key operating system integrates with Flash Player. The Flash is also capable of updating through Windows Update like IE, to make it "more secure for customers to update," said Dean Hachamovitch, Microsoft's IE team.
However, in August 2012, around the same time that Adobe released two security updates and patched eight vulnerabilities, Windows 8 RTM started coming to users (unofficially) without two fixes. there. One of eight Flash bugs has been hacked, probably for months. Due to the update mechanism as above, responsibility for updating Flash belongs to Microsoft office 2010 product key, not Adobe.
Flash update September 21, 2012 for users of the Windows 8 RTM and Windows 8 Release Preview, can be downloaded for free until January 1, 2013. This update will raise IE8's Flash Player on Windows 8 RTM to version 11.3.374.7. Adobe confirmed that Flash 11.3.374.7 was the version that patched eight vulnerabilities that they released on August 14 and 21.
Windows 8 users can obtain Flash updates through the Windows product key Update service, as well as through WSUS (Windows Server Update Services).
Microsoft's YunSun Wee, director of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group, said Microsoft would provide unusual updates to keep Flash in IE8 running Windows 8 in sync with Flash plug-ins that Adobe maintains for other browsers.

Thứ Tư, 4 tháng 7, 2018

How to turn off automatic screen rotation in Windows 10

Windows 10 product key can automatically rotate the screen if you use a tablet or convertible computer, like a smartphone. You can disable this screen rotation automatically if you want.
Auto-rotate feature is only available on devices with built-in accelerometer sensors. Windows uses this hardware to determine the current physical direction of the screen.
How to enable or disable automatic screen rotation on Windows 10
The Action Center has a box that lets you quickly turn off or turn on the auto-rotate feature. To open it, click the notification icon on the taskbar at the bottom right of the screen or press Windows product key + A.
Click or tap the Rotation Lock button at the bottom of the Action Center to activate the Rotation Lock. This will prevent the screen from automatically rotating and locking the screen in its current direction. You'll know this option is turned on when the box is green and off when grayed out.
If you do not see this box, maybe your device does not support auto-rotate or you may have deleted this option and need to re-add it.
You can also enable Rotation Lock from the Settings app. To do this, go to Settings> System> Display, scroll down to find the Rotation Lock and turn it on. If you want to enable auto-rotate, just turn this option off.
Why is the Rotation Lock grayed out?
In some cases, the Rotation Lock and Rotation Lock slots in the Settings application are grayed out. If using a convertible computer, this happens when the device is in laptop mode. For example, if you have a laptop with a 360-degree hinge, the Rotation Lock will be grayed out when it's in normal laptop mode. If you own a device with a removable screen, the Rotation Lock will grayed out while the screen is connected to the keyboard. This is because, in standard laptop mode, the screen will never auto-rotate.
When you convert a device to tablet mode on a convertible computer or remove the screen from your tablet's keyboard, the auto rotation is turned on and you'll see the Rotation Lock option.
If the Rotation Lock is still grayed out even if your device is in tablet mode, try restarting the computer, this may be a bug.
Wish you success!

Chủ Nhật, 1 tháng 7, 2018


With Windows 8.1 product key, Microsoft has brought new innovations such as split screen multitasking, new Bing applications, more extensive search features ... If you have not decided whether to "get up" Windows 8.1 for Your computer or not, then you can refer to the following article.
Plus: Multitasking improved; large search engine; good apps are pre-installed; Better support for multiple monitors at a time.
Points deduction: Still no start menu; the density of information provided to the user is low; Good for touch devices rather than keyboard and mouse.
Upgrade process
Unlike Windows 8, which retains all the applications and settings when upgrading from Windows 7, version 8.1 retains only your personal files. You will have to reinstall all the software programs from scratch. In return, the upgrade process is very simple. After buying the license from, downloading 2.5 GB of data to upgrade from Windows 7 product key to Windows 8.1 takes less than 20 minutes, takes 15 minutes and does not require a new driver. Programs and settings will remain the same if upgraded from Windows 8.
Start screen
The Windows 8.1 Start screen has the same basic structure as Windows 8, including squares that act as a conduit for traditional desktop applications and new Windows Store applications running in the Modern UI interface. Like Windows 8, these boxes can be installed as Live Tiles, allowing users to "peek" into the application. For example, a pre-installed Bing News app will display news headlines, while Bing Food & Drink shows a special food recipe.
But clicking on these boxes may not bring you to the content you just saw, instead the home screen of the application. Assume the article title in the Bing News box is "Photo of the week" but when clicked on, there is no article named so. The speed of updating new data of the default applications is not as fast as expected. For example, if you have not read the newspaper for a while, when you turn on the News app, all the information is out of date. It takes about 30 seconds for this new information to be updated.
With Windows 8.1, users have more options to customize the Start screen. Cells with only two size options on Windows 8 can now be customized to "wide", "medium", "large" or "small". On large boxes, preview information is more fully displayed, clearer and shows up to 3 Bing News headlines instead of just one.
Organizing your cells is easier than with Windows 8. Instead of just moving one cell at a time, you can select as many applications as you need by clicking and dragging on the screen, even creating groups they.
Microsoft has been trying hard to keep the Start screen familiar. The new Windows 8.1 Start screen displays 19 preset applications, including Mail, People, Windows Store, Bing News, Camera, SkyDrive and Internet Explorer.
When you install an application, it will not appear on the Start screen, but only on the menu listing all available applications. You can access this menu by clicking the arrow at the bottom of the Start screen, or pull up if you are using a touch pad. Just like on Windows 8, you can put any application into the Start screen by right-clicking on them and selecting Pin to Start as on Windows 7.
Desktop and Start button
Windows 8 product key removed the Start button and made the entire desktop environment more like a standalone application running on the Modern UI platform. In Windows 8.1, Microsoft has made a number of stunning changes, making the desktop the same as your favorite applications and as part of a larger operating system. Unfortunately, these are just minor changes.
In Windows 8.1, Microsoft has brought back the Start button, but not the Start menu, such as Windows 7 and earlier versions. Instead, when you click the Start button, you will be taken to the Start screen, just as you would in the bottom left corner - which is still the same location - of Windows 8.

Thứ Tư, 27 tháng 6, 2018

Setup Wizard helps to boot and install Windows 7 from USB

If you have downloaded an iso file that installs Windows 7 but does not have a DVD burner to burn it to DVD then it is difficult to install Windows 7 on the computer. However, the following article will help you on how to boot and install Windows 7 directly from USB.
Although Microsoft office 2010 product key has no longer been able to download a trial version of Windows 7 product key, the trial is still available until August 1. So if you downloaded the iso file of Windows 7 but never installed and used it can still be installed to try it.
However, to install first your computer must have a DVD burner to burn this iso file to DVD and proceed to install from there. But not all of us have a DVD burner on our computer. In this case, you can use USB with large capacity (4GB) to boot and install Windows 7 from there.
Here's how it works.
USB format conforming to this standard allows the USB storage of large files (Windows 7 iso file size 2.5GB) and faster access speed. To proceed, right-click My Computer and select Properties -> Hardware -> Device Manager.
The Device Manager window shows a list of available devices on the device. Select Disk drivers, right-click on the name of the existing USB and choose Properties.
The USB Properties window appears, select the Policies tab, check the Optimize for Performance option and click OK.
Open the My Computer window, right click on the USB icon here and select Format. Select NTFS in the File System section and click Start.
Preparing steps on Windows XP:
Once downloaded, use Winrar or Winzip to extract the file to disk C for easy use later.
Click Start, select run, type cmd in the dialog box and press Enter. In the new Command Prompt window that appears, enter cd \ to return to drive C. Now, type mbrwiz / list and press enter.
The list of available drives on the system will be listed. It remembers the serial number of the USB being plugged in the system (recognizes the size of the drive, as shown below).
Preparing for Windows Vista:
 Click Start, type cmd in the Search box and hit Enter. In the Command Prompt window, enter the following two statements: (after each command press Enter to execute)
List disk
Remember the serial number of the USB drive.
Next, type the following:
Select disk X (where X is the serial number of the USB drive above) and press Enter.
Then, type the partition list and hit enter to list the drive partitions on the USB drive. Remember the serial number of this partition.
Finally, type the following two commands: (after each command press enter to be executed)
Select partition Y (where Y is the partition number of the previous partition).
Boot and Install Windows 7 from USB:
After installing Winrar, browse to the iso file of Windows 7 that you have, right click on this file and select Extract files to extract the contents (should compress this content into the middle of a folder for easy management. physical). For example, here we create the Win-7 folder that is located in drive C. Now open the Command Promt window, enter cd \ to go back to the root directory, type cd / win-7. To access the win-7 directory created above.
Now, copy the entire file to the middle of the Win-7 folder created on the USB drive (note that copying the content inside the folder, not copying the Win-7 folder). Restart the computer, enter the BIOS to set up the computer booting from USB and now you will see the Windows installation process is quite similar to the installation of the CD or DVD.
You can also use this method to install Windows XP product key or Windows Vista in case you have an installed (downloadable) iso file but no write drive to burn them to a CD or DVD. Although you can not download trial versions of Windows 7 from Microsoft, you can still easily find distributions from the Internet for download.

Chủ Nhật, 24 tháng 6, 2018

Get Windows XP into Windows 7

The interface of Windows 7 flashy and beautiful, it is undeniable truth. Do you want your familiar Windows XP  product key to have that gorgeous finish? The following article will help you do this.
Windows 7, Microsoft's "new baby" is expected to be the successor and alternative to Windows XP after Vista has been criticized by many and even "rejection". The sleek interface and glamor of Windows 7 promises to please anyone the hardest. However, with one such interface it is certain that the configuration of Windows 7 will not be a bit low. And that is a complicated issue for those who have not been able to upgrade their computers.
If you still do not want to "split" Windows XP familiar, but missed the "beauty" of Windows 7, why not try to bring beauty into Windows XP, to get familiar. in terms of features, but has the perfection of "looks". The following article will give you some tips to help you.
Change Wallpaper:
Perhaps this is the most common way to constantly refresh your computer screen: change the wallpaper. When looking at a computer screen, the first impression that is the wallpaper is displayed on the screen. Changing the wallpaper on your screen to the default Windows 7 Wallpaper or beautiful images dedicated to Windows 7 ultimate product key will partially create a new face for Windows XP.
Select and click on the wallpaper you like, the menu on the left will be available for you to download images with prototype size or sets of images in different sizes for all types of screens.
Using the Vienna Transformation Pack (XP)
After making a rough transition to the "face" of Windows XP, you'll want to continue to change other details like icons, colors, and even visual effects. To do this, You will need the Vienna Transformation Pack.
This product suite is not as easy to install as most software change packages. You must install each module separately (each module for one image effect of the interface). However, it is also beneficial that you can actively install the effects of the interface that the copy of the interest. And fortunately, the information that comes with this software is very detailed, even for newcomers who have not encountered any problems during the installation process.
Vienna Transformation Pack will change the look of the boot menu, logos screen, icons, menu bars, mouse icons, sounds, background images and of course the sidebar and widgets that are familiar on Windows Vista.
These are some of the options available to you. There are many other options for you to change your desktop interface to enjoy and experience the freshness of Windows 7. Surely in the near future, there will be many other tools to use the. The new Windows 7 utility on other operating systems. However, in the immediate future, let's enjoy the glitter interface of Windows 7 on Windows XP.

Thứ Tư, 20 tháng 6, 2018

Remove Windows 7 to go back to the Windows version available

The Windows 7 beta tester is no longer interesting, so you want to uninstall it to return to the old version of Windows. The following article will guide you on how to do it.
Danny introduced you how to "install parallel Windows 7 with the current operating system", however, after a period of use and you feel the trial version of Windows 7 is not suitable I want to remove it from the system.
The easiest way to remove Windows 7 is to reinstall the operating system on the new partition containing Windows 7 to completely reformat the partition. However, this will result in the presence of two operating systems (possibly the same version) existing on the system, will be very inconvenient. In addition, there are many other inconveniences that will be mentioned later.
The following article will guide you how to remove Windows 7 to go back to using the original operating system without any problems that affect the system as well as the operating system available.
Remove Windows 7 from startup menu
As the previous article suggested, after installing Windows 7 in parallel with the old operating system, when you start the system will appear menu to choose which operating system to use. Therefore, the first thing to remove Windows 7 from the system is to remove this menu. If you proceed with installing the new operating system into the partition containing Windows 7 as mentioned at the beginning of the article, it may happen that the boot menu is still displayed although Windows 7 has been removed.
To do this, you boot the system with the old operating system (the operating system you want to keep, not Windows 7), then download EasyBCD here. Install and activate the program.
At the main interface, you click the Add / Remove Entries button. In the right pane, select Windows 7 and then click Delete. Now you have removed Windows 7 from the boot menu.
"Handling" partitions containing Windows 7:
In this article that introduces how to install Windows 7 in parallel with Windows product key, I showed you how to partition a new partition from the available partition on your hard drive to store Windows 7. However, After uninstalling Windows 7, you can "handle" this partition as desired.
There are 2 ways to solve:
Keep this partition intact and see it as a new partition on your hard drive.
- After uninstalling Windows 7 product key on this partition, you can "merge" this partition back into a partition containing Windows Vista so that you can add more space to the partition.
To do these two things, you need to use the GParted tool, download the iso file here (after the download, use any burning program to burn to CD). Next, you start the system from the CD just recorded. At the main interface, you will see two partitions: the partition containing Windows Vista and the partition containing Windows 7.
* Format the partition containing Windows 7 and view it as a normal partition: To do this, at the main interface, right-click on the partition of Windows 7, select Format to -> ntfs to reformat the partition. This is in NTFS format.
Click Apply to start the Format process. After the process is finished, your hard drive will have an empty partition, which is the partition that was previously Windows 7.
* Uninstall Windows 7 and merge the partition containing Windows 7 with the partition of Windows Vista: To do this, you click on the partition containing Windows 7 and press the Delete button on the menu.
- Next, click on the partition containing Windows Vista and select Resize / Move on the menu.
- In the next window, enter the amount of space to add new Size (which is the free space from the partition containing Windows 7 before). And Free Space Preceding as well as Free Space Following you fill 0.
- Finally click Add to increase the space for the partition containing Windows Vista.
Once the process is finished, quit GParted and reboot the system. You will see your system automatically using Windows Vista (instead of displaying the menu option 2 operating system as before). And depending on your choice above, maybe your hard drive will have a new partition, or the volume of the partition containing Windows Vista will be increased.
Note: Do the same if you install Windows 7 in parallel with Windows XP product key. Also, in case you install 2 Vista in parallel with XP, you can also use this method to remove one of the two existing operating systems.
So you can go back to using the familiar operating system before without having to reformat or reinstall the whole system. Hope this trick will be useful for you.

Chủ Nhật, 17 tháng 6, 2018

Black screen safe mode of Windows 10

Your windows 10 product key installation is booting into a black screen is a problem. To overcome this problem, we will go through different methods. To solve the Windows 10 safe black screen mode, we will solve the problem. The method we will discuss first is the Solving Black Screen in Windows 10 safe mode.
1 => How to use Windows 10 Safe mode black screen to troubleshoot:
If your Windows 10 can not enter safe mode three times failed. It's going into automatic repair mode. Using automatic repair mode, you can switch to safe mode or Windows 10 safe black screen mode.
What is the limit of Windows 10 safe black screen mode?
There is a minimal set of drives in Windows 10 safe mode. Moreover, you can access all services. You can fix the problem safely and can not use many features.
Access to Auto Repair Mode:
Interrupt normal startup sequence three times in succession
You can use the Power button or use the Reset button
It must be done before loading the Windows 10 boot process
The power button is pressed for 4 seconds to interrupt the process
When your computer repairs E nter mode
You will see "Auto Repair"
Select advanced options
Select Troubleshoot
Then select the advanced option
Now select Startup Settings
Windows will ask you to restart. Do it
Press 4 to start Windows 10 in Safe mode
Press 5 to start Windows 10 secure mode with network
After logging into Safe Mode (Solution: Windows 10 safe black screen mode)
Press the Windows key + X
Open Device Manager
Expand display adapter
Right-click and turn off the display driver
Then restart your PC
If you go to Desktop
Get your Pc checked by some specialists for any serious problems
2 => Advanced troubleshooting:
So we are really into the next method. Let's discuss, Windows 10 Black screen problems can arise due to various reasons like drivers and updates that are always downloaded and installed in the background. Download and install Windows.
You can stop the automatic driver update in Windows 10 and Windows 10 Update problems
Try booting your Windows 10 in Safe Mode. Attempting to create a new user account in Safe Mode and trying to sign in with that account can solve the black screen problem.
If you see a black screen after logging in:
Then press Control + Shift + ESC
Then Task Manager will open
Move to process
Then, the Services tab
Find RunOnce32.exe or RunOnce.exe
If the application is running near or end process
Click File
Run the new task, CMD type
Type: shutdown -r -t 01
Your PC will restart and the problem can be resolved.
3 => Windows Out-Of-Box-Experience (OOBE):
The first cause for OOBE:
If you have multiple monitors connected to your PC, Windows may be mistaken.
Hit Windows product Key + P and select the appropriate option to display
The second cause for OOBE:
If your video screen is connected to some other device or output different. Sometimes Windows 10 product key does not perform a pre-installed Windows video setup.
Try changing the port on the output where the display wire is connected
Try connecting to the secondary monitor
Check that your graphics card is OK. Try to plug in directly to the port instead of the graphics card
If you are using a TV to display, check the selected Vidoe configuration on the computer.
In the article above, we looked at the issues when your computer switched to Black Screen. The first solution we discussed was Windows 10 safe black screen mode in which we discussed how to enter safe mode when the black screen appeared and how to solve the problem. Title. Then we discussed how to troubleshoot Windows 10 black screen problems from the BIOS.