Category Windows 8


The reason little known that Microsoft has included Solitaire, Minesweeper and Hearts games in Windows

Solitaire games from Windows are some of the most popular in the world because it comes preinstalled in Windows. The main reason that Solitaire was included with Windows 3.0 in 1990  wasn`t the need for entertainment users. This was a secondary role. His main goal was to teach people to use the mouse fluently.

At the time many users were not accustomed to graphical interfaces and the mouse. Thus, they had to learn functions such as “drag and drop” which now seems to be reflexes.

Minesweeper too played an important role. The game was introduced in Windows 3.1 in 1992. Its main purpose was to teach people to be precise and fast when they were using the main mouse buttons and the functions left-click and right-click.

Even Hearts was not an easy game...

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WhatsApp has launched an official app for Windows / PC and Mac

WhatsApp has launched an official app for Windows / PC and Mac

WhatsApp has released the long-awaited official app for PC and Mac.

So, visit the official website to download the WhatsApp version you need.

 

 

WhatsApp website link

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Windows 7/8 installation on UEFI BIOS laptop

Because I received some questions by email and I noticed that there are many who are experiencing this problem, I decided to do a little tutorial about it.

Attention: all data on the hard disk is lost. In case you have used before your laptop and you have information there, do your backup on external media: DVD, USB stick, external hard drive, cloud, etc.

Windows UEFI Secure disabled boot installation

This method relates to install on laptops that come from the factory with options explained below and enabled at the factory .

To create the USB stick to this method, you can use extremely easy (Next, next … 🙂 utility from Microsoft, Windows 7/8 USB / DVD download tool, which will require the ISO image of Windows 7 or 8 kit and then will format the stick in NTFS format, so carefully, all...

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