Sync settings in Windows 8: Personalizaion, Language Settings, Ease Of Access

Synchronizing personal data between PC’s and different mobile devices is an easy task in Windows 8




It is one of the most frequently asked questions among people who are using Windows 8, how do I sync settings?

It’s not so difficult so synchronize settings but since it has a totally new look, it is difficult to find the options. Syncing settings saves you a lot of precious time if you want to save your data on different mobile devices and PCs. Here is how to do it:

1. Press the Windows Hot Key and click Desktop.


2. Once you are at Desktop, Press the Windows Hot Key + I. You will get a sidebar like this.


3. Navigate and click More PC Settings button on the bottom of the side bar and the following screen will be shown to youHere, navigate and click the Sync your settings tab from the left side. You will have to scroll down to find that. Now, you can expect to see the following screen:\\


4. Under the heading of Settings to sync, you can easily select which settings you intend to sync. The settings are further classified into sub headings. Before you could enable anything, you will have to drag the bar on the side of sync settings on this pc to the right side. This would enable you all the options below. Your sync settings have noe been turned on.




Syncing settings allow users to save precious time in shifting data and settings.








Windows 7 Loader v-2.1.5

Activate Your Windows 7….By This Software…


It Is A freeware software by which you can activate your windows properly and perfectly.Easy to Use and very awsome software …..


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Three Different Styles Of Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT

We’ve known for what feels like ages that Windows 8 would come in at least two flavors: one supporting x86 devices and one for ARM machines. Now Microsoft’s ready to put a naming scheme on its much-anticipated menu for the operating system. According to a post on the Windows blog, ARM devices will get Windows RT, while x86 / 64 devices will run Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro (also for x86 devices) will offer the suit-and-tie set added features for “encryption, virtualization, PC management and domain connectivity.” Windows Media Center will be packaged as an add-on for the folks who go Pro. For a full break down of what each version will hold hit the source link below and check out our hands-on impressions of the OS preview here.



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How to Use a 64-bit Web Browser on Windows

64-bit version of Windows don’t use 64-bit browsers by default – they’re still in their infancy, although even Adobe Flash now supports 64-bit browsers. Using a 64-bit browser can offer significant performance benefits, according to some benchmarks.

This article is for Windows users – 64-bit Linux distributions include 64-bit browsers, so you don’t have to do anything special on Linux.

Mozilla Firefox

ExtremeTech found that the 64-bit version of Firefox 8 was 10% faster than the 32-bit version in the Peacekeeper browser benchmark. Mozilla doesn’t yet offer official, stable 64-bit builds of Firefox, though. If you want to run 64-bit Firefox on Windows, your choices are an official-but-unstable nightly build or a stable-but-unofficial Waterfox.

Mozilla offers nightly builds of Firefox for testers – they’re constantly updating and can break, so they’re not the ideal candidate for your primary browser. The Firefox Nightly website lists 64-bit builds for Linux, but doesn’t even mention that the Windows ones exist.

Instead, you’ll find them buried on Mozilla’s FTP site. Look for the “win64” installer.

Waterfox is a 64-bit build of Firefox for Windows. Unlike the nightly version from Mozilla, Waterfox is based on the stable releases of Firefox. It’ll be a more bug-free, stable experience than the nightly builds. It even uses the same profile Firefox does.

According to Mozilla technical writer Jean-Yves Perrier, “There are currently no plan to release a 64-bit release of Firefox for Windows in 2012.”

Internet Explorer

Believe it or not, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is ahead of the curve when it comes to 64-bit browsing on Windows. If you’re running a 64-bit version of Windows, you’ll find a 64-bit version of Internet Explorer already installed and available for use in your Start menu. No other Web browser installs a 64-bit version by default yet.

You’ll run into a snag if you actually want to use the 64-bit version of Internet Explorer as your default browser, though. To avoid confusion for users that might end up accidentally setting 64-bit IE as their default browser and running into plug-in compatibility problems, Microsoft won’t allow you to set 64-bit IE as your default browser.

You can still pin the 64-bit version to your taskbar or add its shortcut to your desktop, though.

If you want to set 64-bit IE as your default program for certain file types – say, .htm files – you’ll need to know its location. The 64-bit version is located at C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe, while the 32-bit version is located at C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe.

Google Chrome

Sorry, Chrome fans – Google Chrome only has a 64-bit version for Linux. According to the Chromium project website, neither Chrome nor Chromium can currently be built for 64-bit Windows.

The upside is that it should only need “a small number of tweaks” to compile for 64-bit Windows. But it appears that no one has done the work yet.


Opera is now releasing 64-bit development snapshots for Windows. These will likely be unstable, so using them as your default browser is a bad idea. Opera advertises out-of-process plug-ins as a new feature that will allow 64-bit versions of Opera to run 32-bit plug-ins.

The development snapshots are branded as “Opera Next” and have a black-and-white logo to remind you of their incompleteness.


Plug-in compatibility has always been the big problem with 64-bit browsers. Compiling a browser as a 64-bit binary is one thing; it’s another to drag plug-in developers along. In the past, 64-bit browsers have lacked Flash and other popular plug-ins. These days, the most popular plug-ins — Flash and Java — now have 64-bit versions. You may not already have them installed, though.

Visit the Adobe Flash Player download page in a 64-bit browser and you’ll be prompted to download the 64-bit installer. It includes a 32-bit version for your 32-bit browsers.

If you use Java, you can download a 64-bit build of Java from the manual download page. The 64-bit build includes a 64-bit plug-in – if you use both 32 and 64-bit browsers, you’ll have to install both Java packages.

Do you use a 64-bit browser? If so, do you see a speed difference? Share your experiences in the comments.

How to Change Boot Screen, Log On Screen,Icons etc in Windows XP…

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Hello……………    n   …..Assalaam u Alaikum

It’s Strange but in this era(2012).which is the era of windows 8.alot of peoples are still using windows Xp.and a friend of mine (Mohsin Ayaz Khan) asked me “How to change boot and log on screens in WINDOWS XP    ..

A lot of the great artists   HAVE designed complete visual themes for Windows XP/ and might be still designing comprised of different components such as shellstyles, wallpapers, sounds, visual styles, screensavers, icons, and cursors. ThemeXP distributes not only complete themes, visual styles and wallpapers separately, but also has Windows XP logins and bootscreens, as well as icons (.iconsets). A visual theme will consist of a .theme file and several other elements of the authors choosing (from the items listed above), of which a visual style (.msstyles) file is mandatory. If there is a single self-installing executable file inside the download, just unzip it and install. If the files are separate, then there should be a .theme file and an associated folder with the visual style and other author inclusions inside the .zip, (if it’s packaged correctly).Visual Styles

If your download only consists of a visual style (.msstyles) file inside the .zip, then open it using your favorite install software(Or the Windows default software in the Control Panel.

(i recommend that the easiest way of change bootscreen,log on screen,icon package and all is” TUNE UP UTILITIES “Software.

…which is available on my site with registration it if u want. 

Now I Am going to write analog way to change all of these things…. it might be difficult for beginners…


The simplest and safest way to change a login screen is to use a quality third-party application. If you feel comfortable doing it manually though, here are some excellent instructions courtesy of bFarber Logins (

  1. In Explorer, browse to C:\Windows\System32 and find the file named “logonui.exe”.
  2. Rename “logonui.exe” to “logonui.exe.bak”. This way if anything messes up…you have a backup.
  3. Place your new login in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 and rename it to logonui.exe.
  4. That’s it! Now when you log off your new login screen will be there.


  1. Download the wallpaper .zip file to your computer.
  2. Extract the .jpg file from the .zip and open it in Microsoft Windows Picture and Fax Viewer.
  3. Right-click on the image and choose “Set as Desktop Background”.
  4. Your new wallpaper should appear as your desktop background.

Boot Screens

The simplest and safest way to change a boot screen is to also use a quality third-party application. If you feel comfortable doing it manually though, here are the complete instructions for doing so.

  1. In Explorer, browse to C:\Windows\System32 and find the file named “ntoskrnl.exe”.
  2. Copy “ntoskrnl.exe” to “ntoskrnl.exe.bak”, (COPY not RENAME). This way if anything goes wrong…you will have a backup.
  3. Extract the files inside the .zip file you downloaded to a temporary location of your hard drive, butNOT to C:\Windows\System32.
  4. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (hit F8 before the boot screen appears) or into true DOS mode (from a boot disk)
  5. Browse to where you extracted the files for your new boot screen in Explorer and select the correct file to copy to C:\Windows\System32. If you have SP1 for Windows XP installed use ntoskrnlsp.exe, otherwise use ntoskrnl.exe. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO USE THE CORRECT FILE, OR YOUR SYSTEM WILL LOCK UP ON BOOT.
  6. If using ntoskrnl.exe, copy the file to C:\Windows\System32 overwriting the existing ntoskrnl.exe, (which should have been backed up).
  7. If you are going to use ntoskrnlsp.exe, delete ntoskrnl.exe in the temporary folder and rename ntoskrnlsp.exe to ntoskrnl.exe. Then copy the file to C:\Windows\System32 overwriting the existing ntoskrnl.exe, (which should have been backed up).
  8. All done! Reboot your computer as you normally would and enjoy your new boot screen.


The only way to apply IconSets is to use Style XP 2.0 from TGTSoft. To work with an IconSet, start Style XP and click on the ‘Icons’ button. From there things should be pretty well self-explanatory using Apply, Add, Delete, etc.

ExplorerBar Icons

The only way to apply Explorerbar (.iebarzip) icons is to use “TuneUp Utilities”. If this is your first set that you are applying, create a directory title ‘ExplorerBar’ in ‘C:\Windows\Resources\’ and extract the .iebarzip file from your download to that location. Future downloads of this type can then be extracted to that location directly. TuneUp Utilities and will find them automatically. To apply ExplorerBar icons, start Style XP and click on the ‘ExplorerBar’ button. From there things should be pretty well self-explanatory using Apply, Add, Delete, etc.


Written by: Shan M Saleem.

Add Some Visual Flair to the Task Manager Display in Windows 7

If you love to customize your system as much as possible, then we have a fun way for you to change the color scheme for the Task Manager Window. Those Performance and Networking tabs will have a fresh new look in only a few minutes.


The default color scheme for the Performance and Networking tabs is not bad, but if you love customizing your system then even this can be changed.


Getting Started with Task Manager Modder

Task Manager Modder comes in .7z zip file and has a single file inside (Task Manager Modder.exe). All you will need to do is place it in an appropriate Program Files folder and create a shortcut. When you start Task Manager Modder for the first time you will have to agree to the EULA in order to use the program.

You will see an embedded Task Manager Window inside the program window for viewing color modifications and the color controls at the bottom.

Here is a closer look at the color adjustments toolbar. You can select from the set of included colors for each option or enter your own custom color codes if desired. During our tests we chose the colors included with the program.

Here are three examples that we set up on our system. You can have a lot of fun experimenting with the color schemes to get that “just perfect look���. When you have everything fixed just the way that you like click on Modify Taskmgr. Keep in mind that if you have the Task Manager Window open it will temporarily close while the colors are changed then restart. Click Exit when you are finished modifying the color scheme.


Our Task Manager Window definitely had a different look and feel to it afterwards.

If you need or want to change back to the default color scheme just click on Restore Taskmgr. As discussed above, if you have the Task Manager Window open it will temporarily close while the colors are reset then restart.


By changing the colors in Task Manager, it could actually help you identify performance issues easier. So if you love to customize as much of your system as possible, then you can definitely have fun with Task Manager Modder.


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How To Customize Manufacturer Support Info in Windows 7 or Vista

Customize the Manufacturer Support Info in Windows 7 or Vista

If you have a computer with pre-installed Windows 7 or Vista, most likely you’ll notice the manufacturer’s support information when you look in the system properties window. If you’d like to customize this information or use a picture of your own in this space, you can do so easily.

Right-click on Computer and choose Properties or use the Win+Break key combination to bring up the System properties screen:


Close-up view:

To edit the information in this screen, you’ll need to open up your registry editor and navigate down to the following key:


Note: If this key does not exist, you can download the following registry file, which you will want to edit before double-clicking to add into the registry.

You can modify the following fields and put any values you’d like into them, with the exception of the Logo key, which you probably shouldn’t change.

  • Manufacturer
  • SupportHours
  • SupportPhone
  • SupportURL
  • Logo

The last important step is to either create or modify a bitmap file stored at the location specified in the Logo key, usually set to:


For best results, you’ll want to use a small logo file, preferably somewhere around 100×100 height/width. Also note that copying the file to that folder will require administrative permissions.

How to Create Secret All in One Options Menu In Windows 7.Which is much Better and more usefull than Control Panel.

How To Enable Windows 7 Secret Options.

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As nice as Windows 7 is to use let’s face it — we always want total control over the computing environment. What we really want is to have total control in an easy-to-use form that puts everything at our fingertips. Enter the super secret Windows 7 All In One Panel Mode.

All In One Panel Mode is a simple folder that brings all aspects of Windows 7 control in a single place. It collects all of the Control Panel functions, interface customization, accessibility options, just about every aspect of controlling Windows 7 into a single place.

God Mode is easy to set up too, just do this:

  • Create a new folder anywhere.
  • Rename the folder by pasting this name exactly as it appears (copy it first):
  • All in One.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

That’s it, you now have a folder with the Control Panel icon (pictured above) that has all the controls in one place:


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