Change PATH environment variable in Windows 8

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The PATH environment variable lists all the search location for executable. 1.  Right-click on lower-left corner of desktop and bring up the admin Command Prompt … 2. Type “echo...

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Enabling GodMode in Windows 8

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This so-called GodMode was available in Windows 7, but not everyone knows about it.  What is GodMode?  It means having all the functions of the control panel at your fingertips within one central...

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How to Update a Video Driver in Windows 8

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1. Right-click on the lower-left corner and select “Device Manger” 2.  In the Device Manager windows, select Video Controller as shown below. 3. Then select the “Driver”...

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Enabling the Hibernate Feature in Windows 8

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Windows 8 does have a hibernate option, although you may not see it because it is not enabled by default. When you use Windows-I to bring up the Settings Charm, clicking on the Power button will only...

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Determine Your WiFi Network Security Key

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Your current computer or device is able to connect to your home WiFi network because it knows the network security key. The network security key is like a key that prevents unauthorized devices from...

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How to Make Google Chrome Your Default Browser

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Setting Google Chrome to be your default browser means that if another application launches your browser to show you a web page or if you click a link in your email, then your operating system will...

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How to Recover from a Browser Crash

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For whatever reasons, sometimes programs (such as your browser) may crash — meaning it would stop working and/or freeze up. Here shown is an example of Adobe Flash plugin that crashed within...

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How to Type Chinese in Windows 7

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1.  In Windows 7, go to “Start -> Control Panel -> Clock, Language, and Region -> Region and Language“… 2.  In the Region and Language dialog that comes up, go to the...

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How to Type Spanish in Windows 7

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1.  In Windows 7, go to “Start -> Control Panel -> Clock, Language, and Region -> Region and Language“… 2.  In the Region and Language dialog that comes up, go to the...

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