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Boost Your PC Speed by Using SSD

In short you can explain an SSD (Solid State Drive) as modern HDD (Hard Disk Drive). What's the difference then? Maybe the functions are almost same but there are some big differences between the two. Go through the post to clear the concept . . .

What's an SSD A solid state drive or SSD is a storage device that uses non volatile flash memory along with necessary controller and chipset to store the data. It's somewhat like RAM, but unlike RAM it can store data for a long period of time. 
An SSD drive is considered to be more durable and stable in that sense - There is no moving parts i.e. platters, spindle, R/W head etc. which are available in traditional HDD.  

Advantages of SSD over HDD If you use SSD as your primary boot device instead of HDD then you may get the following advantages -  Faster performanceLower power consumptionBetter vibration resistanceLower heat No noiseIn short we can say, SSD is more durable and stable than traditional HDD. 

After installing SSD, you will…

Windows 10 Activator (KMS) !!

Get a 100% working activator for your Windows 10 final version. I know you people are tired enough finding a working KMS. And today I've come with the latest version of KMSPico - 10.1.5 which is capable of activating both Windows and Office. 





About the Tool . . .
This KMS (ver 10.1.5) has been tested and verified by Marks PC Solution. And it works with both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows. I've personally tested this tool with Windows 10 Final (64 bit) and Office 2013 Professional Plus. Both of them are working fine! 
This version will help you activate -  Windows 10 (32 bit & 64 bit)Windows 8 and 8.1 (32 bit and 64 bit)Office 2010, Office 2013, Office 2016 (beta only)

Download > Install > Enjoy . . . Get the zipped file from here - Link 1/ Link 2Unzip the file. Double click on the file KMSPico 10.1.5.exe to start the installation. Find and run the KMS from your start menu or search it there.Now simply press the Red button to activate your system. That's it!



Checking Activati…

Windows Photos is Capable of Editing Images!!

In my last post, I've discussed about how to get back Photo Viewer in Windows 10. And in this post, I would like to talk about how to get most out of new Windows Photos App. Final version of Windows 10 is still new to the users. And I'm pretty sure most of users haven't tried the editing features of Photos. 

As a Photo viewer, the performance of Windows Photos is really poor. There are some problems remain with transparent PNG images. And it also have some navigation problems. But you can use this tool for editing images. As a image editor, Photos is not bad at all !! J

Editing Features at a Glance . . .
1. Basic Fixes Includes -  Photo EnhancementImage RotationCropStraightenFix Red EyeRetouch2. Photo Filters
3. Light Corrections -  BrightnessContrastHighlightsShadows4. Color -  TemperatureTintSaturationColor Boost5. Effects - VignetteSelective Focus

Easy to use . . .


This app is not a difficult one to operate. A person with basic photo editing knowledge should be fine with this too…

Get Photo Viewer Back in Windows 10 !!

Microsoft is playing with the users. They've made so many stupid changes that puzzled the Windows 10 users. By default, Windows 10 users are not allowed to use Windows Photo Viewer. Instead, we're forced to use a new app called - Photos! Though it provides a number of options for image editing, as a viewer, it's not good at all.

The most funny thing is that, Microsoft hasn't removed the Windows Photo Viewer at all. It's just disabled. By adding a small registry file, you can easily re-enable it! My question is - what is the logic behind hiding it? What's the benefit of Microsoft??

Enable Windows Photo Viewer Download the Registry Key from here. It's only 3 KB!Unzip it.Double click on the file WPV.reg and hit Yes > Yes > OK.You're done and Good to go!

Open Photos/ Images through Photo Viewer
Right click on any image.Open with > Choose another appClick on More apps to see the full app listSelect Windows Photo ViewerMark the option - Always use this ap…

Built in PDF Printer in Windows 10 !!

Windows 10 has come with some new features. One of them is Built-in PDF printer - Microsoft Print to PDF. From now, Windows 10 users don't need to use any third party PDF creator for converting their documents to PDF files! 
Applies to - Windows 10 Final Version only!

Those of you are still using earlier versions of Windows, I will recommend doPDF for you. It's a free as well as great tool for creating PDF documents from different applications. And you can also use doPDF in case when you think Windows Print to PDF doesn't work well for you. 


Using Windows Print to PDF
This application lets you print documents virtually. Using this application is almost similar to using doPDF. It has no visible interface available. You can only use this feature in the print option of any application. Such as - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web Browsers, Photos even on Notepad. 
This feature will be available for any application which has a print option. Let's find out how - 

Open any printable doc…

Show My Computer Icon on Windows 10 Desktop

You may find it very difficult to show Computer/ My Computer/ This PC icon on Windows 10 desktop. To be honest, I also get puzzled by this problem! Now I've been able to fix this problem. In fact, Windows 10 has come with many absurd settings. Maintaining your system has been a tough job here. 

Same thing happened to Windows 8 also. But showing my computer icon on Windows 8 desktop was much easier. I mean finding the settings for showing desktop items were easier. Now I will show the way to show This PC icon on Windows 10 desktop. 

This tips applies to - Windows 10 Final Version only!

Display My Computer Icon on Windows 10 Desktop

Follow the simple steps below . . .

Go to Desktop (Press Start+D)Right click on a open area > Choose Personalize From the Personalization window, hit on Themes button Related Settings > Desktop icon settingsNow you will get Desktop Icon Settings windowChoose necessary Desktop Icons > Apply > OK. That's it!








Microsoft is Getting Crazy!

I'm fed u…

Windows 10 Final Activator!!!

Hey Guys! Today I'm gonna share an All in One Activator with you! It's capable of activating Windows 10, Windows 8 and 8.1, Office 2010 and Office 2010. Hope this will work for you . . .


About the Activator
This KMS is tested and verified by Marks PC Solution. I've been using this for last few days and found no virus or malware. I've tested this tool on my Windows 10 Pro (64 bit). It just takes few seconds and works like magic!
Hopefully this version will work with -  Windows 10 (32 bit & 64 bit)Windows 8 and 8.1 (32 bit & 64 bit)Office 2010 and 2013

It may also activate Windows Vista or 7. But I can't guarantee. For Windows 7, you can use this one
Surprisingly, this activator is portable. It will not be installed on your system! 


Download > Unzip > Activate > Enjoy! Download Windows 10 Final Activator from here. Download size - 6.33 MB. It's a zipped folder. Unzip it. Double click on Auto.exe to activate your system silently. You will just hear the …

Disable Windows 10 Automatic Update (All Editions)

Though Windows 10 Pro users can easily disable Automatic Update, Home users can't! Because they don't have Group Policy Editor. And Registry Settings for turning off auto update doesn't work too. In this situation, if you're a home user then you can stop automatic update through Services. 


At the end of last year, I've published another post on disabling Windows 10 Auto Update. But it doesn't work with Windows Home edition. If you're using Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise edition, then follow the link below - 




Disable Automatic Update through Group Policy Editor . . .






Turn off Automatic Update (Specially For Home Users)

Go to Control Panel.Open Administrative Tools.Click twice on Services. Lots of services will be there. Press W > Scroll down and find Windows Update. (Or Press Start + R > Type services.msc > Press Enter > Find Windows Update)Double click on it to open Windows Update Properties.Make sure you're on the General tab.Choose Startup type