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By: COIN | April 12, 2014

With the upgrade from Windows 8 to 8.1, Microsoft has made several changes.

1. View Options From The Start Button : The Start button is back. It is similar to the Start button
   found on Windows 7. Left-click on the button (bottom left of the screen) and it will redirect you to the    Start Screen. If you right-click on it, it will show options for Run, Search, Desktop, Shut Down, and      many more.

2. Log In Straight To Desktop: When you start your computer, by default it will take you to the Start      Screen. There is a way to start your computer and go straight to the Desktop instead.

  • Right-click on the desktop toolbar > select Properties > go to the Navigation tab. 
  • Under the Start Screen options > enable the box "When I si...

By: COIN | April 12, 2014

Here is the list of few New KB Shortcut for Windows 8.1


ShortcutAction
Windows Key + SOpen Search Charm to search Windows and Web
Windows Key + QSearch within the opened app
Windows Key + FSearch files
Windows Key + ZGet Commands and Context Menus within an app
Windows Key + . + Right ArrowSnap app to the right
Windows Key + . + Left ArrowSnap app to the left
Ctrl + Plus (+)Zoom in on Start Screen
Ctrl + Minus (-)Zoom out on Start Screen
Windows Key + Down ArrowClose an app
Windows Key + Start TypingSearch your PC
Windows Key + OLock the screen orientation (portrait or landscape)
Windows Key + Ctrl + SpacebarChange to a previously selected input language
Windows Key + PChoose a presentation display mode
Windows Key + XOpen Start Button options
Windows Key + HomeMinimize all but the active desktop window

By: COIN | March 16, 2014

This is the error you will receive if any cell is have Data Validation is activated. To fix this issue do the following:

1) Select the cell in question

2) Data > Validation

3) Make the necessary change or click on 'Clear' to remove the Data Validation

4) Click OK


By: COIN | February 23, 2014

There is a quicker way to access all your apps, whether you're on the Desktop or the Start screen:

Create an Applications folder to Hold them all.

First, Run File Explorer Navigate to the Desktop and create a new folder.

After you create it, rename it:

Applications.{4234d49b-0245-4df3-b780-3893943456e1}

On the Desktop and in File Explorer, the folder will be called Applications. Double-click it to see a list of all your applications, including Windows 8 Store apps, traditional Desktop applications and many system apps such as Control Panel. To run an app, double-click it.


There's still one problem, though: The folder doesn't show up on the Start screen. 
To put it on Start Screen : Right-click the folder on the Desktop or in File Explorer and sele...

By: COIN | February 23, 2014

Here is the tips for customized Start menu . It  will show you how to use so-called "God Mode,". This will help you to find them in one place.


  1. Make sure that you can view hidden files in File Explorer, previously known as Windows Explorer. 
  2. Run File Explorer > click the View tab > check the boxes next to "Hidden items" and "File name extensions" in the Ribbon at the top.
  3. Then right-click the Desktop and select New --> Folder. That creates a folder on the Desktop named "New folder." Rename the folder: GodMode. {ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}
  4. The folder icon will changes, and it will have the name GodMode.
Double-click the icon, and you'll be able to launch a folder filled with many actions, ...

By: COIN | February 23, 2014

If you want to speed up the log-in process by disabling the username and password log-in screen.

You can do so by opening the Run window (press the Windows key + R) and typing in "netplwiz" to access the User Accounts dialog box.

Uncheck the box near the top that says "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer." Click OK, and enter the username and password one last time to confirm your choice.

It is done you are all set for easy access to your system.

By: COIN | February 23, 2014

You can pin any Apps to the left or right-hand side of the screen. For example, open any app and then press the Windows Key + . (period) to move that app to the right-hand side of the screen, pressing the same keys again will move it to the left-hand side, and pressing the same keys again will make it full screen. While an app is pinned, any other app or program can be opened and loaded into the available space on the screen.

Any open app can also be pinned by using your mouse by clicking at the top of the tile and dragging it to the left or right-hand side of the screen.

By: COIN | February 19, 2014

OPPO Smartphone   ( https://en.oppo.com/)

The innovative Oppo N1 has been released. Introducing the world’s first smartphone with a rotating camera of 13-megapixel.


N1

Return to Innovation


 N1 is the first Android smartphone to use six physical lenses, giving you a clearer image while eliminating any distortion. The latest generation stacked CMOS sensor, upgraded type 1/3.06 imaging module and f/2.0 wide aperture lets more light in, so you can take great photos even in dark environments.


The full metal aluminum alloy frame is produced over a 20-day period. During this time it undergoes a 14 step polishing process involving more than a dozen suppliers. Strengthening the core of the phone, the frame adds an air of toughness, firmness and style to the OPPO N1. The phone body is made with a smooth, delicate material for a ceramic-like elegance, designed to keep your device free of fingerprints and eternally soft to the touch.

O-Touch is an entirely new way of using your smartphone. A 12 cm2 rear touch panel makes one handed use for the large OPPO N1 screen comfortable and easy. With O-Touch you can scroll, tap, or snap photos – all without your fingers blocking the display.

O-Click lets you remotely operate the N1 camera even when you’re away from the device. Simply position the N1 and step back to include everything you want to capture. If you misplace your device, find it by setting off an alarm on the phone. O-Click fits on your keychain and supports a range of up to 15 meters, staying connected to your OPPO N1 via Bluetooth (BLE).

Basic parameters
Color White
Dimensions170.7 x 82.6 x 9 mm
Weight213 g
Operating systemColor, based on Android 4.2
Processor1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core
GPUAdreno 320
RAM2 GB
Storage16 / 32 GB
Sensors
Distance sensor
Light sensor
G-sensor
4D Gyroscope
Battery capacity3610 mAh
Display
Size5.9-inch
Resolution1080p Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels), 377 PPI
TypeIPS
Colors16 million colors
TouchscreenMulti-touch, capacitive screen, Gorilla Glass 3
O-Touch
Slide up or down, left or right, tap, double tap and long press for different functionality
Camera
Sensor13-megapixel sensor with dedicated ISP
FlashDual-mode LED
Aperturef/2.0
Scene modesNormal, Panorama, High Speed, Rewind, Beautify, and Slow Shutter
Connectivity
Frequencies
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900MHz
WCDMA: 850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz
Other
USB OTG
Bluetooth 4.0
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Wi-Fi Direct
Wi-Fi Display
GPS
NFC
In the box
OPPO N1
O-Click Bluetooth Remote Control
In-ear type earphones
Micro USB cable
Charger
SIM ejector tool

By: COIN | January 31, 2014

For any types of Apple product support please go to :http://www.apple.com/support/

For any types of Apple product Featured Download  support please go to : http://support.apple.com/downloads/


Contact Apple for support and service : http://support.apple.com/kb/HE57

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Tags: Apple Support 

By: COIN | November 01, 2013

VMware ESX and ESXi 4.0 Comparison



Capability
VMware ESX
VMware ESXi
Service Console
Service Console is a standard Linux environment through which a user has privileged access to the VMware ESX kernel. This Linux-based privileged access allows you to manage your environment by installing agents and drivers and executing scripts and other Linux-environment code.
VMware ESXi is designed to make the server a computing appliance. Accordingly, VMware ESXi behaves more like firmware than traditional software. To provide hardware-like security and reliability, VMware ESXi does not support a privileged access environment like the Service Console for management of VMware ESXi. To enable interaction with agents, VMware has provisioned CIM Providers through which monitoring and management tasks – traditionally done through Service Console agents – can be performed. VMware has provided remote scripting environments such as vCLI and PowerCLI to allow the remote execution of scripts.
CLI-Based Configuration
VMware ESX Service Console has a host CLI through which VMware ESX can be configured. VMware ESX can also be configured using vSphere CLI (vCLI).
The vSphere CLI (vCLI) is a remote scripting environment that interacts with VMware ESXi hosts to enable host configuration through scripts or specific commands. It replicates nearly all the equivalent COS commands for configuring ESX.

Notes:  
  • vCLI is limited to read-only access for the free version of VMware ESXi. To enable full functionality of vCLI on a VMware ESXi host, the host must be licensed with vSphere Essentials, vSphere Essential Plus, vSphere Standard, vSphere Advanced, vSphere Enterprise, or vSphere Enterprise Plus.  
  • VMware vSphere PowerCLI (for Windows) and vSphere SDK for Perl access ESXi through the same API as vCLI. Similarly, these toolkits are limited to read-only access for the free version of VMware ESXi. When the host is upgraded to vSphere Essentials, vSphere Essential Plus, vSphere Standard, vSphere Advanced, vSphere Enterprise, or vSphere Enterprise Plus these toolkits have write-access and provide a scriptable method for managing ESXi hosts.

    Certain COS commands have not been implemented in the vCLI because they pertain to the management of the COS itself and not ESXi. For details, please see the
    vSphere Command-Line Interface Documentation.
Scriptable Installation
VMware ESX supports scriptable installations through utilities like KickStart.
VMware ESXi Installable does not support scriptable installations in the manner ESX does, at this time. VMware ESXi does provide support for post installation configuration script using vCLI-based configuration scripts.
Boot from SAN
VMware ESX supports boot from SAN. Booting from SAN requires one dedicated LUN per server.
VMware ESXi may be deployed as an embedded hypervisor or installed on a hard disk.  

In most enterprise settings, VMware ESXi is deployed as an embedded hypervisor directly on the server. This operational model does not require any local storage and no SAN booting is required because the hypervisor image is directly on the server.

The installable version of VMware ESXi does not support booting from SAN.
Serial Cable Connectivity
VMware ESX supports interaction through direct-attached serial cable to the VMware ESX host.
VMware ESXi does not support interaction through direct-attached serial cable to the VMware ESXi host at this time.
SNMP
VMware ESX supports SNMP.
VMware ESXi supports SNMP when licensed with vSphere Essentials, vSphere Essential Plus, vSphere Standard, vSphere Advanced, vSphere Enterprise, or vSphere Enterprise Plus.

The free version of VMware ESXi does not support SNMP.
Active Directory Integration
VMware ESX supports Active Directory integration through third-party agents installed on the Service Console.
VMware ESXi does not support Active Directory authentication of local users at this time.
HW Instrumentation
Service Console agents provide a range of HW instrumentation on VMware ESX.
VMware ESXi provides HW instrumentation through CIM Providers. Standards-based CIM Providers are distributed with all versions of VMware ESXi. VMware partners include their own proprietary CIM Providers in customized versions of VMware ESXi. These customized versions are available either from VMware’s web site or the partner’s web site, depending on the partner.
  
Remote console applications like Dell DRAC, HP iLO, IBM RSA, and FSC iRMC S2 are supported with ESXi.
Software Patches and Updates
VMware ESX software patches and upgrades behave like traditional Linux based patches and upgrades. The installation of a software patch or upgrade may require multiple system boots as the patch or upgrade may have dependencies on previous patches or upgrades.
VMware ESXi patches and updates behave like firmware patches and updates. Any given patch or update is all-inclusive of previous patches and updates. That is, installing patch version “n” includes all updates included in patch versions n-1, n-2, and so forth.  Furthermore, third party components such as OEM CIM providers can be updated independently of the base ESXi component, and vice versa.
VI Web Access
VMware ESX supports managing your virtual machines through VI Web Access. You can use the VI Web Access to connect directly to the ESX host or to the VMware Infrastructure Client.
VMware ESXi does not support web access at this time.
Licensing
For licensing information, see the VMware Sphere Editions Comparison.
For licensing information, see the VMware Sphere Editions Comparison.
Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
VMware ESX Service Console can be used to issue commands that can help diagnose and repair support issues with the server.
VMware ESXi has several ways to enable support of the product:
  • Remote command sets such as the vCLI include diagnostic commands such as vmkfstools, resxtop, and vmware-cmd.
  • The console interface of VMware ESXi (known as the DCUI or Direct Console User Interface) has functionality to help repair the system, including restarting of all management agents.
  • Tech Support Mode, which allows low-level access to the system so that advanced diagnostic commands can be issues. For more information, see Tech Support Mode for Emergency Support (1003677).
Jumbo Frames
VMware ESX 4.0 fully supports Jumbo Frames.

VMware ESXi 4.0 fully supports Jumbo Frames.



By: COIN | October 03, 2013

To Shutdown machine using command prompt use the below Command:

Shutdown your Self Machine:

          shutdown -r(Restart) -t (time Sec) -f(Force) (Shutdown Self Machine)

Abort the command to Shutdown your Self Machine:

          shutdown -a (Abort Shutdown Command for self-Machine)


Shutdown the Remote Machine: 

         shutdown /m \\systemname -r(Restart) -t (time Sec) -f(Force) /c "Comment"


Abort the command to Shutdown Remote Machine: 

shutdown /m \\systemname -a (Abort Remote Machine)


By: COIN | August 24, 2013

Applies to:

Office 365 for professionals and small businesses, Office 365 for enterprises, Microsoft Exchange.

Calendar Keyboard shortcut Function
ENTER Opens the selected appointment or meeting.
DELETE Deletes the selected appointment or meeting. For repeating appointments or meetings, only the selected occurrence is deleted.
TAB Selects the next option, appointment, or meeting in the Day view.
SHIFT+TAB Selects the previous option, appointment, or meeting in the Day view.
   
Contacts  Keyboard shortcut Function
CTRL+S Saves changes to the open contact.
ENTER Opens the selected contact.
DELETE Deletes the selected contact.
UP ARROW Selects the previous contact in the list.
DOWN ARROW Selects the next contact in the list.
SHIFT+UP ARROW Selects the current and previous contacts in the list.
SHIFT+DOWN ARROW Selects the current and next contacts in the list.
HOME Selects the first contact in the list.
END Selects the last contact in the list.
PAGE UP For contact lists of two or more pages, selects the first contact on the previous page.
PAGE DOWN For contact lists of two or more pages, selects the first contact on the next page.
TAB Selects the next option in the Contacts view.
SHIFT+TAB Selects the previous option in the Contacts view.
   
Inbox and Other E-Mail Folder Keyboard shortcut Function
ENTER Opens the selected message.
CTRL+N Opens a new message form.
CTRL+Q Marks the selected message as Read.
To use this shortcut with Internet Explorer 7, you need to disable the Quick Tabs feature.
CTRL+R Replies to the selected message.
CTRL+SHIFT+R Replies to the sender and all recipients of the selected message.
CTRL+SHIFT+F Forwards the selected message.
DELETE Deletes the selected message.
SHIFT+DELETE Permanently deletes the selected message.
UP ARROW Selects the previous message in the list.
DOWN ARROW Selects the next message in the list.
SHIFT+UP ARROW Selects the current and previous messages in the list.
SHIFT+DOWN ARROW Selects the current and next messages in the list.
HOME Selects the first message in the list.
END Selects the last message in the list.
PAGE UP For message lists of two or more pages, selects the first message on the previous page.
PAGE DOWN For message lists of two or more pages, selects the first message on the next page.
TAB Selects the next option in the Inbox view.
SHIFT+TAB Selects the previous option in the Inbox view.
   
Options Keyboard shortcut Function
CTRL+S Saves changes to your Options.
TAB Selects the next option in the Options view.
SHIFT+TAB Selects the previous option in the Options view.
   
Tasks Keyboard shortcut Function
CTRL+S Saves changes to the open task.
ENTER Opens the selected task.
DELETE Deletes the selected task. For recurring tasks, the entire series is deleted.
SHIFT+DELETE Permanently deletes the selected task.
UP ARROW Selects the previous task in the list.
DOWN ARROW Selects the next task in the list.
SHIFT+UP ARROW Selects the current and previous tasks in the list.
SHIFT+DOWN ARROW Selects the current and next tasks in the list.
HOME Selects the first task in the list.
END Selects the last task in the list.
PAGE UP For task lists of two or more pages, selects the first task on the previous page.
PAGE DOWN For task lists of two or more pages, selects the first task on the next page.
TAB Selects the next option in the Tasks view.
SHIFT+TAB Selects the previous option in the Tasks view.
   
Message and Meeting Request Form Keyboard shortcut Function
ESC Closes the window.
CTRL+> or CTRL+period Views the next item in the list.
CTRL+< or CTRL+comma Views the previous item in the list.
CTRL+R Replies to the sender of the item.
CTRL+SHIFT+R Replies to everyone in the To and Cc boxes.
CTRL+SHIFT+F Forwards the item.
TAB Selects the next option on the message or meeting request form.
SHIFT+TAB Selects the previous option on the message or meeting request form.
CTRL+TAB Returns to the beginning of the tab sequence in the item. For example, in a meeting request, if an attendee's name is selected, pressing CTRL+TAB resets the focus so that pressing TAB selects Accept in the toolbar.
CTRL+D Permanently deletes the message or meeting request form.
   
New Appointment and Meeting Request Forms Keyboard shortcut Function
CTRL+S Saves the appointment or meeting request.
CTRL+D Permanently deletes the appointment or meeting request.
ALT+S Sends the meeting request.
CTRL+K or ALT+K Resolves the names in the address boxes.
   
New Message Form Keyboard shortcut Function
CTRL+S Saves the message to the Drafts folder.
CTRL+D Permanently deletes the message.
ALT+S Sends the message.
F7 Checks the spelling in the message.
CTRL+K or ALT+K Resolves the names in the address boxes.
ALT+T, ALT+C, or ALT+B Opens the Find Names dialog box.
   
Text Editing Keyboard shortcut Function
BACKSPACE Deletes the selection or the character to the left of the cursor.
CTRL+BACKSPACE Deletes the word to the left of the cursor but not the space before the word.
CTRL+C Copies the selection to the Clipboard.
CTRL+V Pastes the contents of the Clipboard into the current location.
CTRL+X Cuts the selection to the Clipboard.
DELETE Deletes the selection without copying it to the Clipboard.
INSERT Toggles between inserting and overwriting text.
CTRL+Z Reverses the effect of the most recent formatting command.
CTRL+Y Reapplies the most recent formatting command.
CTRL+F Finds text.
SHIFT+F10 Displays a menu of options, if one exists. This is the same as right-clicking an item or option in the text.
CTRL+L Displays the Hyperlink dialog box. This lets you insert or change a hyperlink in the text.
   
Checking Spelling Keyboard shortcut Function
F7 Checks the spelling in the message.
CTRL+J Jumps to the next misspelled word after the pointer and opens the Suggestions menu.
  When the Suggestions menu is open:
UP ARROW Moves up through the list.
DOWN ARROW Moves down through the list.
RIGHT ARROW Puts the pointer at the end of the misspelled word.
LEFT ARROW Puts the pointer at the beginning of the misspelled word.
ESC Hides the menu and puts the pointer at the beginning of the misspelled word.
ENTER Selects a highlighted item in the menu.
   
Text Formatting Keyboard shortcut  Function
CTRL+B Toggles bold formatting.
CTRL+I Toggles italic formatting.
CTRL+U Toggles underlining.
   
Right-to-Left Layout Keyboard shortcut Function
CTRL+LEFT SHIFT Sets the message area for left-to-right typing and editing. This is the orientation for most Western languages.
CTRL+RIGHT SHIFT Sets the message area for right-to-left typing and editing. This is the orientation for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew. When you press CTRL+RIGHT SHIFT, the scroll bar moves to the left edge of the message window.

By: COIN | August 24, 2013

 In OWA 2010, it’s impossible to open multiple user mailboxes

OWA 2010 will allow for only one user at a time per session. No matter what you use new  tabs, new windows – you get an error message:

“You may have already opened your mailbox on a different browser tab. If you feel you've received this message in error, try refreshing your browser.”

To open multiple mailbox then on the browser click File> New Session. 

Since most of the users use desktop shortcuts or predefined urls in the favorites tab, the smarter solution would be to create these shortcuts with the following argument:

"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" -noframemerging https://Webmail Address>/owa/<user's email address>

This will allow you to ...

By: COIN | March 03, 2013

Open the password protected Excel Worksheet then 
  1. Go to View > Macros.
  2. Click on Record Macros > Ok.
  3. Then go to View > Macro again and click Stop Record > Ok.
  4. Then click on View Macros under View > Macro.
  5. You will find a Macro with a default name Macro1.
  6. Select the Default Macro > Edit.
  7. A Visual Basic Editor will open 
  8. Replace the Default Code with the code mentioned Below.
Sub Macro1()
'
Const DBLSPACE As String = vbNewLine & vbNewLine

Const AUTHORS As String = DBLSPACE & vbNewLine & "Adapted from Bob McCormick base code by" & "Prakhar http://http://comtechsolution.blogspot.com/"

Const HEADER As String = "AllInternalPasswords User Message"

Const VERSION As String = DBLSPACE & "Ver...

By: COIN | February 01, 2013

1.   Open Webmail.
2.       Select Option > scroll down to “Privacy and Junk E-mail Prevention” > Uncheck  “Block external content in HTML e-mail messages.”
3.       Now click to compose New Mail > Click on Clip Icon to attach.
4.       Browse the saved image file and click on Attach> Do not  click Done > Double click on the attached Image in the Attachment box it will open in IE then Right click on the Image open in browser  select Copy and then Paste it in body of the using Key Ctrl + V.
5.       Repeat step 5 to attach multiple image.
6.       Send the mail.
It is done ....

By: COIN | January 17, 2013

Notepad can also be used a digital diary for maintaining time schedules or other activities.

1. Open up a blank Notepad file (Name the .txt document whatever you want.)

2. Write .LOG (Case sensitive) as the first line of the file, Hit Enter enter,Then Save the file 
     and close it.     Note: You must type .LOG in capital letters!

3. Re-Open the Saved file and see you will see that Notepad adds the current date and 
     current time

4. Type your notes and then save and close the file.

5. Each time you open the file,Windows Notepad will repeat the process.

Now write your daily/hourly activities easily. To bring the current date and time just press F5!

By: COIN | December 17, 2012


Keyboard Shortcuts (Microsoft Windows)

1. CTRL+C : (Copy)
2. CTRL+X : (Cut)
3. CTRL+V : (Paste)
4. CTRL+Z  : (Undo)
5. DELETE : (Delete)
6. SHIFT+DELETE : (Delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the
                                     Recycle Bin)
7. CTRL while dragging an item (Copy the selected item)
8. CTRL+SHIFT while dragging an item (Create a shortcut to the selected item)
9. CTRL+RIGHT ARROW  (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the next word)
10. CTRL+LEFT ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous word)
11. CTRL+DOWN ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the next paragraph)
12. CTRL+UP ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous paragraph)
13. CTRL+SHI...

By: COIN | October 28, 2012




In outlook 2013 , when you reply a message you have to enter your message in the bottom preview pane.



There are two options, "Pop out" and "discard".  



You can disable composing in the reading pane using a reg key - the buttons will open a new window.



Option 1:


"disablereadingpanecompose"=dword:00000001

Option 2:

File-> Options-> Mail-> Replies and Forwards-> Use inline replies when replying or forwarding



In RTM this option is :



File-> Options-> Mail-> Replies and Forwards-> Open replies and forwards in a new window

By: COIN | October 28, 2012


Office 2013 has its own set of animations for certain actions such as opening the File screen (Backstage), selecting different sections , opening dialog, etc… and also for typing.

The result is that your cursor “smoothly glides” while you type.

If you do not want this behavior, you can turn this off via a Registry settings.

Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Graphics
Value name:
disableanimations
Value type:
REG_DWORD
Value:
1

When you are using Office 2013 in a Remote Desktop Session, then all animations are turned off by default.

You can enable them by Registry key (and of course make sure the above key isn’t set):

Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Graphics
Value name: enableanimationson...
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