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Showing posts with label Windows problems. Show all posts

Making a cracked or activated windows uncracked

Making a cracked or activated windows uncracked

I have a pc which has windows 7 license but I installed windows from an image i downloaded and it is already activated. for validating genuine microsoft, i need to enter my own product key but the necessary activation tools do not exist in my windows folder. What do?
I googled stuff but because the keywords are too broad I couldn't find a useful tool
DAZ doesn't work, activation button doesn't show up.
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When I enter my original key to Windows Anytime Upgrade, I get this error

Microsoft Windows 7 shortcut key list

Windows 7 introduces the following:

  •  Win+SPACEBAR activates Aero Peek. Reassigned in Windows 8.
  •  Win+P toggles between the devices that receive video card's output. The default is computer monitor only. Other options are video projector only, both showing the same image and both showing a portion of a larger desktop.
  •  Win+ maximizes the active window.
  •  Win+ restores the default window size and state of the active window, if maximized. Otherwise, minimizes the active window.
  •  Win+ or  to align the window to the respective side of the screen, maximizing it vertically.
  •  Win+ Shift+ or  to move the window to the next or previous monitor, if multiple monitors are used
  •  Win+T to iterate through items on the taskbar.
  •  Win++ or  Win to zoom into the screen at the mouse cursor position using the Magnifier Utility.
  •  Win+- to zoom out if the Magnifier Utility is running.
  •  Win+Esc to exit zoom.
  •  Win+1 through  Win+9 Win+0 to either start or switch to the corresponding program pinned to taskbar.  Win+0 runs the tenth item. Press multiple times to cycle through the application's open windows. Press and release quickly to keep the taskbar's preview open (which allows you to cycle using arrow keys).

Microsoft Windows 8 shortcut key list

Microsoft Windows 8 shortcut key list



Windows 8 introduces the following:
⊞ Win+C opens the charms.
⊞ Win+F opens file search screen to search for computer files.
⊞ Win+I opens Settings sidebar, where app-specific settings, network options and shutdown button is located.
⊞ Win+Q opens app search screen to search for app shortcuts and executable files. Does not work in settings search or file search screens.
⊞ Win+W opens setting search screen to search for Control Panel applets.
⊞ Win+X opens a menu that includes shortcuts to various areas of Windows. With Windows 8.1 update, it includes a shortcut to shutdown or restart the computer.
⊞ Win+SPACE BAR changes input method.
⊞ Win+Z opens the command bar for Metro-style apps.
⊞ Win+Prt Scr instantly saves a screenshot to the "Screenshots" folder in "Pictures" library. All screenshots are saved as PNG files.


Microsoft Windows 8.1 shortcut key list

Windows 8.1 introduces the following:
⊞ Win+S activates the Search charm, opening a sidebar at the side of the screen.

Microsoft Windows 7 shortcut key list

Free Microsoft Windows 7 shortcut key list

Windows 7

Windows 7 introduces the following:
  •  Win+SPACEBAR activates Aero Peek. Reassigned in Windows 8.
  •  Win+P toggles between the devices that receive video card's output. The default is computer monitor only. Other options are video projector only, both showing the same image and both showing a portion of a larger desktop.
  •  Win+ maximizes the active window.
  •  Win+ restores the default window size and state of the active window, if maximized. Otherwise, minimizes the active window.
  •  Win+ or  to align the window to the respective side of the screen, maximizing it vertically.
  •  Win+ Shift+ or  to move the window to the next or previous monitor, if multiple monitors are used
  •  Win+T to iterate through items on the task bar.
  •  Win++ or  Win to zoom into the screen at the mouse cursor position using the Magnifier Utility.
  •  Win+- to zoom out if the Magnifier Utility is running.
  •  Win+Esc to exit zoom.
  •  Win+1 through  Win+9 Win+0 to either start or switch to the corresponding program pinned to taskbar.  Win+0 runs the tenth item. Press multiple times to cycle through the application's open windows. Press and release quickly to keep the task bar's preview open (which allows you to cycle using arrow keys).

Microsoft Windows vista shortcut key list

Microsoft Windows vista shortcut key list:

Windows Vista adds the following shortcuts:

  •  Win+G selects next Windows Sidebar gadget item, bringing all gadgets to the foreground in process.
  •  Win+SPACEBAR toggles Windows Sidebar. Windows Sidebar was discontinued in Windows 7.
  •  Win+X invokes Windows Mobility Center. Works only if portable computer features are installed. This key combination is reassigned in Windows 8.
  •  Win+Tab  switches active app using Aero Flip 3D. Requires desktop composition, a feature of Windows Aero. Aero Flip 3D is discontinued in Windows 8 and this key is reassigned.
  •  Win+CTRL+Tab  is same as above, but Aero Flip 3D remains even when this key combination is released. Arrow keys or mouse may be used to navigate between windows.
  •  Win+1 through  Win+9 Win+0 starts the corresponding Quick Launch Bar program.  Win+0 runs the tenth item. Quick Launch is discontinued in Wind

Microsoft Windows xp shortcut keys list

On Windows 9x and Windows NT families of Windows operating system, tapping the Windows key by itself opens the Start menu.
Pressing the key in combination with other keys allows invoking many common functions through the keyboard. What Windows key combinations ("shortcuts") are available and active in a given Windows session depends on many factors, such as accessibility options, the type of the session (regular or Terminal Services), the Windows version, the presence of specific software such as IntelliType and Group Policy if applicable.
Below is a list of notable shortcuts. Unless otherwise noted, they are valid in the next version of Windows.


Windows XP shortcut key list[edit]

The following shortcuts are valid in Windows XP:

How to remove temp file from Microsoft Window XP,Vista,7,8

How to fix Microsoft Window temp file and folder.


Shortcut key for run: Win key + R









Manually cleaning out the Temp folder in Microsoft Window XP,Vista,7,8, is often a necessary maintenance step when the Microsoft Windows XP,Vista,7,8 Disk Cleanup utility fails to clean out the Temp folder automatically.
Removing temporary files is a quick and easy task that can help save disk space and keep your PC clean of file clutter.

How to fix Blue screen fix






1. Change windows CD or DVD for fix blue screen
NB:(most of the times i face this problem.)
2. Check motherboard major chipsetfor fix blue screen
NB:(when you figure out too many hot .at that times you have to change this motherboard.)
3. Change sata cable or id cable. for fix blue screen

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