How to clean Windows 10 from unwanted apps and services

How to clean Windows 10 from unwanted apps and services
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How to clean Windows 10 from unwanted applications and services In today's video we will see how to uninstall all unnecessary applications from Windows 10 Pro. What does bloatware mean? Bloatware are those applications pre-installed by the manufacturer and you, as an end user, are useless, you don't want them, you don't use them and you don't want them. Unfortunately, the Windows 10 operating system comes with a bunch of such applications and we will see together how to uninstall them using a PowerShell script. Why use a PowerShell script to uninstall unwanted applications from Windows 10 Pro? The answer is simple. Because only in this mode can we get high rights to the system and we can put ourselves with the restrictions of the Windows 10 Pro operating system. Can I go back to the applications and settings that Windows had before running the PowerShell script? You can always go back to the settings and applications that the PowerShell script has disabled and deleted through ... [Read more...]

Install Android and Windows on the same PC in Dual Boot

Install Android and Windows on the same PC in Dual Boot
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Today I thought to show you how to install Android in Dual Boot with Windows 10 - Install Android and Windows on the same PC in Dual Boot. Windows and Android on the same PC Dual Boot Even if we install Android on the same PC, we will use another disk, just to edit any possible problems. We kept everything simple and less dangerous. Backup first of all! Normally what I showed in the tutorial is not dangerous, but if you make a wrong setting, you are likely to lose your data. That is why it is good to back up important data and Windows. Why do I need Dual Boot Android with Windows? This is a question I got from Youtube. If you do not understand why you are doing something, then you do not have to. In other words, Android is a very easy system for an older PC and above it comes with a lot of applications in the Play Store, which can turn an older PC into a ... [Read more...]

Windows downgrade to Windows 10 7, 8 or 8.1

Windows downgrade to Windows 10 7, 8 or 8.1
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Hello friends, in today's tutorial we will see how we can downgrade from Windows 10 back to Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. This is useful if we upgraded to Windows 10 and we don't like it anymore. Downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 What does downgrade mean? Dowgrade is the process by which a user can return from a higher (newer) version of the operating system to a lower (older) version of the operating system. Fortunately in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 a feature has been implemented that allows us to downgrade in a very easy way. Conditions for Downgrade Unfortunately, in order to be able to downgrade, the user must meet two conditions: - In Partition C there is still a folder named "Windows.old" - Not more than 10 days have passed upgraded to the Windows upgrade Help tutorial In this tutorial I had installed ... [Read more...]

Integration updates and service packs in Windows 7, 8 Windows, Microsoft Office and 8.1

Integration updates and service packs in Windows 7, 8 Windows, Microsoft Office and 8.1
4.5 (25) 90.4%

Hello friends. In today's tutorial we will see how to integrate security updates and Service Pack 1 (SP1) into Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office suite. Why integrate security updates and service packs into the operating system? Not very often have I been able to reinstall my operating system to myself or to those close to me. If the PC is a new generation, has an SSD and not a hard disk and you do the installation using a USB stick, the installation of the operating system takes very little time. The big problem is after installation! The system checks for updates, starts downloading and then installing them. Downloading updates takes forever, as does installing them. Not to mention the dozens of reboots that your computer or laptop will give you all this time. This whole pipe steals our precious time! Sure, some will say that the first thing they do after ... [Read more...]

Android on your PC or laptop, suuuper quickly 105.378 in AnTuTu

Android on your PC or laptop, suuuper quickly 105.378 in AnTuTu
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Android on your PC or laptop, the fastest Android ever. Android on PC or laptop is very easy to run or install. We need a USB stick and an ISO image with Android x86. If you don't know how to put Android on the stick, Adrian made a tutorial for you on how to put Android on the stick with Rufus. The ISO image with the latest stable Android version, taken from: http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-r3 When I first booted, I thought it wasn't true, it was the fastest operating system run by me on the laptop. Everything is almost instant. From downloading applications to walking through the interface, everything is super fast. With a few reservations, I ran AnTuTu; The result hit me in the back. 105.000 is a score that no Android phone and tablet has ever seen. This tutorial is just a start, because I will continue to use Android on my laptop / PC until I make it perfect. Android stability on ... [Read more...]

How to delete Windows.old after reinstallation or upgrade

How to delete Windows.old after reinstallation or upgrade
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How to remove Windows.old? Windows.old is a folder in the C: / partition, which remains a trace after a reinstallation of Windows, or after the upgrade to a higher version of Windows (an upgrade). When we try to delete Windows.old, we are hit by the system's refusal to delete the contents of Windows.old; Indeed, a few files are deleted, but most of them remain and they cannot be deleted in any form. Deleting does not work because these folders and files, from Windows.old, are marked as system files and are protected. To remove Windows.old, we do not need third party software, we will only use Disk Cleanup, a Windows utility that users do not use too much. Using Disk Cleanup to delete Windows.old is a very good idea, because it is already on the PC and in addition does not delete the nonsense, as do other cleaning programs. How to remove Windows.old? 1. Right-click on partition C: / 2. NOTHING properties. Disk Cleanup NEVER. ... [Read more...]

MultiROM multiple operating systems on the same phone

MultiROM multiple operating systems on the same phone
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MultiRom is an application that helps us make many boot on Android phones. That is, we run several operating systems on the same phone, without uninstalling any of them, and with the possibility of choosing between them at startup. MultiROM is exactly like the Windows boot manager, which allows us to choose when to start the PC, which system we will continue to use. In order to use MultiROM, we have to meet several conditions: Why do we need to do multi boot with MultiROM? 1. Root NO. Custom recovery (TWRP, CWM, etc) 2. Kernel with kexec-hardboot support If we meet the above conditions, we must download the MultiROM application from the play store and this will take care of the rest. Any problems! Most of the time problems can be encountered due to the wrong root or kernel without kexec-hardboot support. GREAT ATTENTION !!! These features follow / apply on your skin. Due to incorrect maneuvers, your phone may ... [Read more...]

Developer Options menu in Android secret

Developer Options menu in Android secret
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Developer Options or Options Developer is a secret menu on Android that can be brought to life by pressing 5 or "build number" consecutively, which displays a "About Phone" or "About Phone" menu in your Android phone settings. Developer Options or Developer Options in English are options that developers use while developing applications or modifying certain things via Android. But not only developers can find these options useful. Even regular users can benefit from various features and enhancements, using some settings. In this tutorial I explained most of the settings in Developer Options. However, you must know that each phone is different and sometimes we can find more or less settings in the Developer Options menu. It depends on each ROM manufacturer or developer, whether the Developer Options menu is summary or bushy. By far the most useful settings in the Developer Options menu are those ... [Read more...]

Samsung (any model), return to stock Android

Samsung (any model), return to stock Android
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Hello friends, in today's tutorial we will see how we can revert to an older version of Android or how to remove root, custom recovery and custom rom from Samsung smartphones like Galaxy S2, S3, S4, S5 and even S6, 2 Notes, 3 Notes. Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Alpha. I decided to do this tutorial because I received many questions about "How do I get back to Android KitKat on Galaxy S5? I updated to Android Lollipop and I don't like it" The process is as simple as possible. All we need are the USB drivers for the Samsung device, the Odin software with which we will flash the stock rom on the Samsung smartphone and the stock rom. If you wonder where you get all these "tools", I showed in the video tutorial! Some tips before you start to put into practice the ones shown in the video tutorial: - make a copy of the messages, photos, calls and other important data for you, on another device. During … [Read more...]

Return to stock Android, unroot, lock the bootloader for any Nexus

Return to stock Android, unroot, lock the bootloader for any Nexus
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Hi friends, in today's tutorial we will talk about back to stock for any gadget in the Nexus range (Nexus S, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Nexus 5). Are you tired of flashing custom ROMs and want to go back to the stock Android rom that came preinstalled on your Nexus device, we will see in today's video tutorial how to do this. Another reason you will need to install the stock rom is when you want to send the gadget under warranty for repair. You must know that if you root your device, it will no longer be covered by the warranty. So, before being sent in warranty, you will need to bring it back to the factory settings. If you have the root and the bootloader is unlocked, a simple "Reset the configuration from the factory" that is in the operating system settings in the "Create a backup and reset" section will not be useful! To put … [Read more...]