Tuesday, August 11, 2015

“Get Windows 10" reserve Icon if Missing in Taskbar

“Get Windows 10" reserve Icon if Missing in Taskbar

"Get Windows 10" app released by Microsoft for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. This new app will help Windows 7 and 8.1 users in upgrading to Windows 10 for free when Windows 10 is released to public.

Only genuine versions of Windows 7 (Starter, Home, Professional, and Ultimate) and Windows 8.1 (Phone, regular, Pro, and Pro for Students) are eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 10.
If you are running Windows 7, be sure you have installed SP1. Windows 8 users have to upgrade to Windows 8.1 Update. In both cases, install all the latest mandatory updates and reboot your computer.
Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 8/8.1 Enterprise, Windows RT or Windows RT 8.1 are not supported by free Windows 10 upgrade offer.
If your computer is a part of a domain or network, you'll not get Windows 10 upgrade icon.

If you are sure that none of the above mentioned points apply to you and still you cant see “Get Windows 10? reserve Icon, following methods will help you in getting "Get Windows 10" icon in Taskbar.

Method 1:
It might be possible that the Windows 10 upgrade icon is present in Taskbar but its hidden. Right-click on the date/time in Taskbar system tray and select "Customize notification icons" option. It'll open a new window. Now enable "Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar" checkbox and it'll show all icons in Taskbar.

Method 2:
1 ) open Notepad, and copy & paste the code below

Saturday, September 14, 2013

BlackBerry OS10 Keypad Shortcuts

BlackBerry OS10 Keypad Shortcuts 

Here is some Keypad Shortcuts that can help you to Know your Blackberry OS10 better and help you to make your BlackBerry use more fast and easy.

Home Screen
    Any key - Search/Type'N'Go

BlackBerry Hub
    T - global, no focus - Jump to Screen Top
    B - global, no focus - Jump to Screen Bottom
    C - global, no focus - Create New Email
    S - global, no focus Search, Find
    R - global, no focus - Reply
    L - global, no focus - Reply All
    F - global, no focus - Forward
    Backspace - Control has focus - Delete selected text or items, or revert auto-correct
    N - Message preview - Next message
    P - Message preview - Previous message
    W - Message preview - Flag for follow-up

    Any key - List views - Search

    Phone Any key - Call log screen, Call contacts screen - Initaites search.
    Return/Enter - KeyPad screen - calls the number
    Number keys - KeyPad screen - inputs digits
    Enter/Return - Contacts search - Call top search result
    Backspace - KeyPad screen -Clear
    Numeric Keys - In Call screen - DTMF Tone
    Enter/Return - In Call screen - Send MMI Command (in call keypad)
    H - In Call screen - Place call on hold
    $ - In Call screen - Toggle speakerphone

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Disable the Office 2013 Start Screen

When you open an Office 2013 program, a start screen automatically its annoying sometime. but you can Disable that.

 To do this ...

1 ) Open Run Command box
Click here to know how to open Run Command box
2 ) Type "regedit" in "Run" window textbox
3 ) Hit "Enter", this will open "Registry Editor"
4 ) From the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE subtree, navigate/goto following subkey
5 ) Create new key by right-clicking in an empty space in the right pane
to do this on right click select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value
6 ) Change the name of New key to "DisableBootToOfficeStart" and double-click on it.