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Welcome!

Having problems with your Win XP/7/10? Then this Blog is right for you! Just follow below instructions.

My suggestion is to print the text first so you can easily do the steps.

Enjoy!

Please note, that this Blog does not take any responsibility if something worst happened to your computer. Please follow the steps carefully at your own risk.


Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Windows 10 The Best Operating System So Far

So far, Windows 10 is the best friendly operating system in the world.

According to some expert its security against virus and hacking activity is still the most fantastic among its competitors.

Considering the cost of purchasing its license, yes it is higher than any other user friendly O/S but you will be amazed when it comes to operating by your self.

Visit https://www.microsoft.com/id-id/p/windows-10-pro for more details on the purchase.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

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Sunday, December 2, 2018

How to set a default printer in Windows 10



  • To choose a default printer, press the Start button and type directly Printers > Click on Printers & scanners > select a printer > Manage. Then select Set as default


















  • If there is no Set as default link, click "Open Printer Queue Button", Click "Printer" on the top left menu, and choose "Set as default Printer".
  • If you have Let Windows manage my default printer selected, you'll need to deselect it before you can choose a default printer on your own.
  • In Windows 10, your default can be the printer you last used. To turn on this mode, open Start  and select Settings  > Devices > Printers & scanners. Select the checkbox beside Let Windows manage my default printer.


Windows 10 game development guide

Welcome to the Windows 10 game development guide!
This guide provides an end-to-end collection of the resources and information you'll need to develop a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) game. 

Introduction to game development for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP)

When you create a Windows 10 game, you have the opportunity to reach millions of players worldwide across phone, PC, and Xbox One. With Xbox on Windows, Xbox Live, cross-device multiplayer, an amazing gaming community, and powerful new features like the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and DirectX 12, Windows 10 games thrill players of all ages and genres. The new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) delivers compatibility for your game across Windows 10 devices with a common API for phone, PC, and Xbox One, along with tools and options to tailor your game to each device experience.
This guide provides an end-to-end collection of information and resources that will help you as you develop your game. The sections are organized according to the stages of game development, so you'll know where to look for information when you need it.
If you're new to developing games on Windows or Xbox, the Getting Started guide may be where you want to start off. The Game development resources section also provides a high-level survey of documentation, programs, and other resources that are helpful when creating a game. If you want to start by looking at some UWP code instead, see Game samples.
This guide will be updated as additional Windows 10 game development resources and material become available.

Game development resources

From documentation to developer programs, forums, blogs, and samples, there are many resources available to help you on your game development journey. Here's a roundup of resources to know about as you begin developing your Windows 10 game.


Monday, July 17, 2017

Disable Windows Defender Permanently

Press WINDOWS KEY + R or right-click start and choose run
Type gpedit.msc  - Click [OK]
Select Computer Configuration
Click arrows
> Administrative Templates
> Windows Components
click Windows Defender
On the right hand side - double-click "Turn off Windows Defender"
Click (o) Enabled
Click [OK] button

reboot your computer

Check if Defender is disabled
Click start, settings, Update & security
Windows Defender

It should be all greyed out and unable to modify.


Defender is also disabled if you install third party antivirus software (better option).