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By: COIN | September 15, 2012


Windows 8 Sync Apps is a  Metro interface, its syncing feature makes it immensely valuable to people with more than one device, and those who know how frustrating it can be to lose personal data and settings from a crash.

Windows 8 can run a local account, but if you use a Microsoft account you'll be able to sync some apps settings and passwords; Internet Explorer 10 history, preferences, and bookmarks; desktop options such as log-in, lock screen, and colors; search preferences; language preferences; and keyboard and mouse settings.

To set it up, go to the Charms bar, then Settings, and More PC Settings at the bottom of the sidebar. That will open the Windows 8 settings screen. On the left nav, go to Users, then Switch to Microsoft account.

Se...

By: COIN | September 08, 2012

There are different products available for Unified Communications from Different companies. Here is the comparison chart of all the available products.




By: COIN | August 19, 2012


Here are the few Error Code which occure on Windows Phone . It may be during Installation of Windows Update or Software.
(Source : http://Support.microsoft.com)


Error
What to try
80070013
8007000F
Download a hotfix for your HTC Titan.

Recently, a small number of users have experienced software installation issues via Zune, which was caused by an earlier hardware firmware version. To address this, an updated firmware patch will be available on the
HTC website to ensure future installations will not be affected for any users who encounter the issue. User data will not be affected.

Select the HTC web site closest to your location. Download the hotfix and follow the on-screen instructions to resolve the issue.


801812C1

For Samsung Omnia 7 owners, try the steps described in the following KB: 2547687  (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2547687/ )
Samsung Omnia 7 reboot loop issue when updating phone from 7390 to 7392 in Windows Phone
For all other Windows Phones, a driver on your computer must be updated to resolve the issue.

A Windows Phone driver needed by the update was not installed on your computer in time. Try the update again. If you continue to receive this error, ensure that the Windows Phone driver is properly installed:
Unplug the USB cable from the phone.
Press and hold the Power



button until you see Slide down to power off, then flick down. After it’s off, press

to turn on your phone again.
As soon as the phone turns on and vibrates, press and hold the Camera


button until the following "Connect to PC" screen appears. It may take a few moments for this to appear. Once the screen appears, you may release the Camera


button.




Reconnect your phone using the USB cable.
Validate that the Windows Phone driver is installed via Device Manager:
Click Start, right-click Computer , and then click Properties.
Click Device Manager.
Expand Portable Devices. The model name of your phone should now be listed.









If the entry under Portable Devices indicates an issue, run the Microsoft Fix It solution below. This solution will ensure your computer is correctly configured to receive driver updates.
Fix this problem  Microsoft Fix It 20024 (http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9767934)
Note If there is no entry in the Device Manager for your phone, your computer is not recognizing that the phone is connected to it. Make sure that you're using the USB data sync cable which was included with your phone. You may also try another port on the computer, but don't use a USB hub or the ports located on the front of your computer. If available, use a compressed air duster to remove any dirt or debris from the USB port on the phone.
If there are no issues, restart the phone: Press and hold the Power


button until the phone restarts.
Try the update again.
If the driver update does not solve the problem, allow "Connect to PC" mode to timeout and automatically restart the phone.

Unplug the USB cable from the phone.
Press and hold the Power



button until you see Slide down to power off, then flick down. After it’s off, press



to turn on your phone again.
As soon as the phone turns on and vibrates, press and hold the Camera button until the following "Connect to PC" screen appears. It may take a few moments for this to appear. Once the screen appears, you may release the Camera
 


 button.











DO NOT CONNECT THE PHONE TO THE USB CABLE.
With the phone in “Connect to PC” mode, wait for the phone to restart on its own.
Note This may take up to 5 minutes.
After the phone has restarted, try the update again.
80181197
Not enough space on your hard disk.

There isn't enough available space on your computer's hard disk. Remove any nonessential programs, documents, or media files and try again. You can also free up some disk space by running the Disk Cleanup wizard.

To run Disk Cleanup:
Click Start.
Click All Programs.
Click Accessories.
Click System Tools.
Click Disk Cleanup.

With the latest version of the Zune software, you can choose not to back up your phone's existing software and settings. This option appears in the Zune software when it detects that your computer doesn't have enough free space. Keep in mind that if you choose to skip the backup and the update doesn't complete successfully, you might not be able to restore your phone's software and settings to their previous states.

For more information, see the Windows Phone Help and how-to page
Make room on my computer for phone updates.
80072EFF
80072EE2
80072FA8
801811A5
801881CC
80072EE7
Can't access the update service.

To resolve this problem, try the following steps.
Restart your phone and check your USB cable:
Restart your Windows Phone. Press and hold the Power
button until you see Slide down to power off, then flick down. After it’s off, press



to turn on your phone again.

If this doesn't work try one of these: Press and hold the Power button




for 10 seconds. After it’s off, press


to turn on your phone again. Or, Remove and reinsert the battery located under your phone’s back panel. Press


to turn on your phone again.
Make sure that you are using the USB cable which was included with your phone.
Try to reconnect your phone to another USB port on your computer. Do not use a USB hub or ports on the front of your computer.
Check your internet connection:
Make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet and try again.
If your computer is behind a firewall or on a corporate network, the Zune software requires certain ports and URLs to be accessible in order to perform tasks such as Windows Phone Update. For more information, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2605818 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2605818/ )
Enterprise support requirements for Windows Phone Update and Windows Phone Developer Registration
Restart your computer.
If your computer is connected to the Internet but you are still unable to update the software, make sure that the "System Event Notification Service" is running:
Open the Services console window:
If you're running Windows 7 or Windows Vista: Click Start, type services.msc in the Start search box, and then press Enter. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, enter the password or click Continue.
If you're running Windows XP: Click Start, and then click Run. In the Open box, type services.msc, and then press Enter. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, enter the password or click Continue.
Under Name, locate "System Event Notification Service," and then verify that the Status is set to Started.
If the Status is blank or the Startup type is set to Disabled, right-click System Event Notification Service, and then click Properties. On the Startup type menu, select Automatic or Automatic (Delayed Start), click Apply, click Start, and then click OK.
If the Status was already Started, restart the service. To do this, right-click System Event Notification Service, and then click Restart.
801812DD
801811C5
C1010007
Make sure that you are using the USB cable which was included with your phone.
 

Try to reconnect your phone to another USB port on your computer. Do not use a USB hub or ports on the front of your computer.
800704C7
The update process was cancelled.
If you did not intentionally cancel the update process, then make sure that you are using the USB cable which was included with your phone. Reconnect your phone to another USB port on your computer. Do not use a USB hub or ports on the front of your computer.

801811A3
801811A8
8018119C
Problem encountered with the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS).
Try enabling and restarting the BITS service and clear the BITS job queue.

Fix it for me

You may be able to resolve this problem automatically. Click the Fix this problem link. Then, click Run in the File Download dialog box and follow the steps in this wizard.
Fix this problem Microsoft Fix It 50581 (http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9758089)
Notes:
This wizard may be in English only; however, the automatic fix also works for other language versions of Windows.
If you are not on the computer that has the problem, you can save the automatic fix to a flash drive or to a CD so that you can run it on the computer which has the problem.

You can also try to fix it yourself following these steps:
Open the Services console window:
If you're running Windows 7 or Windows Vista:
Click Start > type services.msc  in the Start Search box > press Enter.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, enter the password or click Continue.
If you're running Windows XP:
Click Start > Run > type services.msc  >  press Enter.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, enter the password or click Continue.
Under Name, locate Background Intelligent Transfer Service, and then verify that the Status is set to Started.
If the Status is blank or the Startup type is set to Disabled, right-click Background Intelligent Transfer Service, and then click Properties.
On the Startup type menu, select Automatic or Automatic (Delayed Start), click Apply, click Start, and then click OK.
If the Status was already Started, restart the service. To do this, right-click Background Intelligent Transfer Service, and then click Restart.
If you're running Windows 7 or Windows Vista:
Click Start, type cmd in the Start Search box, and then press Enter. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, enter the password or click Continue. Type bitsadmin /reset and press Enter.

If you're running Windows XP, you may first have to install bitsadmin from the
Windows XP Service Pack 2 Support Tools Package.
80181198
801881CD
8018000E
80180033
Not enough free space.

Your phone can't finish updating because it doesn't have sufficient free space. Temporarily delete some things from your phone (such as apps and media). Then reconnect and try again.
  
To remove media from the phone:
Start the Zune Music + Video software on your computer.
Click Phone and then select music, videos, pictures, or podcasts as appropriate.
Right-click the files that you want to delete. Then, click Delete from .
To remove an app, locate where the app is installed on your phone. Tap and hold the app icon, then tap uninstall.
80072F05
801881E4
Can't communicate with the update service.
Make sure that your phone has the correct date and time.
To set the date and time on your phone:
On Start, flick left to the App list, and tap Settings
Tap Date+time and slide Set automatically to Off.
Check that your Time zone, Time, and Date are accurate and correct where it is required.
80181196

Your phone's battery is too low to continue with the update. Charge it, and then try again later.
800705B4
Your phone can’t finish the update because it timed out.

If you’re encountering error 800705B4 (“The timer ran out on what we were trying to do”) when updating your phone, the following set of steps may resolve the problem.
Delete history for Internet Explorer Mobile, Maps, and Search, and try the update again

Disconnect your phone from your computer before you start.
Delete cookies, history, and saved passwords for Internet Explorer Mobile.
On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Settings


Flick to Applications, then tap Internet Explorer.
Tap Delete history to erase browser history, saved cookies and passwords, and temporary Internet files from your phone.
Delete previous map searches, pins, and image data from your phone.
On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Settings
 

Flick to Applications, then tap Maps.
Tap Delete history to erase map search history, pins, and image data from your phone.
Delete previously-typed search terms from your phone.
On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Settings
Flick to Applications, then tap Search.
Tap Delete history to erase previously typed search terms from your phone.
Reconnect your phone using the USB cable that was included with the phone to try the update again.

Note If the update process completes successfully, you don't have to continue with the additional troubleshooting steps below.
Use the Windows Phone Support Tool

If Step 1 did not work, try using the Windows Phone Support Tool. Instructions on how to use it can be found in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2530409 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2530409/ )
Using the Windows Phone Support Tool on errors 80180080, 800705B4, 80180048 or C101002E when updating your phone
80180080
Operating system may be corrupt.
Your phone couldn't be updated because your operating system may be corrupt. To correct this problem, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2530409  (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2530409/ )
Using the Windows Phone Support Tool on errors 80180080, 800705B4, 80180048 or C101002E when updating your phone
C101002E
An error prevented the restoration of your phone to its previous version.

You may be able to correct this problem by using the Windows Phone Support Tool. To use this tool, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2530409 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2530409/ )
Using the Windows Phone Support Tool on errors 80180080, 800705B4, 80180048 or C101002E when updating your phone
800704DD
Current user is not a member of local Administrators.

The check for updates failed before the update was successfully downloaded, possibly because you were not logged in as a local administrator.

Temporarily change your account type to administrator on your computer.

When attempting the phone update process, the best user account to use is the one you use every day, however, your account may need to be an administrator account in order to successfully update your phone.

If you are not sure whether the account that you have on the computer is an administrator account, you can check the account type in User Accounts.
How do I check the type of account I have?

After you log on to your computer, Click the Start button
 click Control Panel, click User Accounts, and then click Manage User Accounts.
If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

The steps that you should follow will vary, depending on whether your computer is a member of a domain or a workgroup:
If your computer is a member of a domain, your user name is highlighted and your account type is shown in the Group column.
 





Currently logged-on domain user.
If your computer is in a workgroup, your account type is displayed below your user name.






 


Currently logged-on workgroup user.
If your account type is Administrator, then you are currently logged on as an administrator.

If your account type is NOT Administrator, then you may need to change your account type to an administrator unless you know the username and password for another account on the computer that is an administrator. You can also ask an administrator to change your account type to an administrator.

For Windows Vista or Windows XP, see the following articles:
How do I change my account type to an administrator?

If your account type is NOT Administrator, then you cannot change your account type to an administrator unless you know the username and password for another account on the computer that is an administrator. If you are not an administrator, you can ask an administrator to change your account type to an administrator.

The steps that you should follow will vary, depending on whether your computer is a member of a domain or a workgroup.

Your computer is a member of a domain
Open User Accounts by clicking Start

Control Panel, User Accounts, and then Manage User Accounts.

If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
On the Users tab, under Users for this computer, click the user account name, and then click Properties.
On the Group Membership tab, click the group you want the account to be in, click OK, and then click OK again.
Your computer is in a workgroup
Open User Accounts by clicking Start

Control Panel, User Accounts and Family Safety, User Accounts, and then Manage another account.


If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Click the account you want to change, and then click Change the account type.
Select the account type you want, and then click Change Account Type.
Once you've logged in as an administrator, try updating your phone again.

For information on changing a user account type in Windows Vista or Windows XP, see the following articles:

80181103
Can't rename the update folder.

A problem was encountered trying to create or rename folders on your computer as part of the Windows Phone update process. There are 2 possible solutions:

Solution 1: Temporarily change your account type to administrator on your computer.
W
hen attempting the phone update process, the best user account to use is the one you use every day, however, your account may need to be an administrator account in order to successfully update your phone.

If you are not sure whether the account that you have on the computer is an administrator account, you can check the account type in User Accounts.
How do I check the type of account I have?

After you log on to your computer, Click the Start button

click Control Panel, click User Accounts, and then click Manage User Accounts.


If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

The steps that you should follow will vary, depending on whether your computer is a member of a domain or a workgroup:
If your computer is a member of a domain, your user name is highlighted and your account type is shown in the Group column.


Currently logged-on domain user.
If your computer is in a workgroup, your account type is displayed below your user name.


 












Currently logged-on workgroup user.
If your account type is Administrator, then you are currently logged on as an administrator.

If your account type is NOT Administrator, then you may need to change your account type to an administrator unless you know the username and password for another account on the computer that is an administrator. You can also ask an administrator to change your account type to an administrator.

For Windows Vista or Windows XP, see the following articles:
How do I change my account type to an administrator?

If your account type is NOT Administrator, then you cannot change your account type to an administrator unless you know the username and password for another account on the computer that is an administrator. If you are not an administrator, you can ask an administrator to change your account type to an administrator.

The steps that you should follow will vary, depending on whether your computer is a member of a domain or a workgroup.

Your computer is a member of a domain
Open User Accounts by clicking Start
Control Panel, User Accounts, and then Manage User Accounts.
If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
On the Users tab, under Users for this computer, click the user account name, and then click Properties.
On the Group Membership tab, click the group you want the account to be in, click OK, and then click OK again.
Your computer is in a workgroup
Open User Accounts by clicking Start
Control Panel, User Accounts and Family Safety, User Accounts, and then Manage another account.
If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Click the account you want to change, and then click Change the account type.
Select the account type you want, and then click Change Account Type.
Once you've logged in as an administrator, try updating your phone again.

For information on changing a user account type in Windows Vista or Windows XP, see the following articles:
Solution 2: Reinstall the Zune software on your computer.

If your account is already an administrator account, or if you are unable to change your account type to an administrator, try removing and reinstalling the Zune software and then try the phone update process again.

929358 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929358/ )
- How to remove and then reinstall the Zune software
80180048
Can't update to the highest version of the software.

See the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article to fix this problem:

2530409 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2530409/ )
Using the Windows Phone Support Tool on errors 80180080, 800705B4, 80180048 or C101002E when updating your phone
Stuck in download mode
Stuck in download mode

If your phone appears to be stuck in "Download Mode," you may have to be patient. It can take up to 30-40 minutes for your phone to update. If the phone is taking too long to update:
Disconnect the USB cable.
Remove and reinsert the battery.
Press the Power
button to turn the phone back on.

Reconnect the USB cable and start the update process again.

You may also be able to correct this problem by using the Windows Phone Support Tool. To use this tool, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2530409 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2530409/ )
Using the Windows Phone Support Tool on errors 80180080, 800705B4, 80180048 or C101002E when updating your phone
Stuck at OEM splash screen
Stuck at OEM splash screen
During the phone startup sequence, a series of splash screens are displayed for the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), mobile operator, and for Windows Phone.

If your phone seems to be stuck at the OEM splash screen, you may have disconnected your phone during an update before it successfully completed.

You will have to put your phone in download mode to restore your phone from backup and then retry the update.

To restore your phone by putting it into download mode:
Turn off your phone.
Note If your phone is currently stuck at the OEM splash screen, you may have to remove the battery to turn it off.
Disconnect your phone from the USB cable.
Hold down the camera button.
Continue holding down the camera button and connect the USB cable between your phone and your computer.
Continue holding down the camera button until the connect-to-computer mode screen appears.














Release the camera button.
If it is not already running, start the Zune software on the computer.
The Zune software should automatically prompt you to restore your phone.

After you complete the restore process, you can then retry the phone update.

Important When retrying the phone update, make sure that you let all steps of the update to complete before disconnecting your phone from the computer. Some steps of the update process can take a long time to fully complete.

By: COIN | August 06, 2012

This is the good Tutorials Site

 http://sourcedaddy.com/windows-7/

Category: Uncategorized 

Tags: Tutorials Site 

By: COIN | August 06, 2012


1.      Open up the command line as an administrator rights (right click on the       
      Shortcut, Run As and lets you run as an admin if your on a non-admin account)

2.  Type bcdedit
         Output will be as below:



A boot entry consists of 4 main elements:
1. Identifier: The identifier is how the system has named the boot entry.
2. Device: The device is the drive or virtual image that the system will use to boot the   
                   Boot entry.
3. Path: The path is the location on the device where the bootloader file is found.
4. Description: The description is the friendly name we give to our boot entry, e.g.
                           "Windows 7"
IMPORTANT: Make a backup of your BCD file first. To do that, type:

           bcde...

By: COIN | August 06, 2012





Windows 7 start up process is described below:



The normal startup sequence for Windows 7 is:
  1. Power-on self-test (POST) phase.
  2. Initial startup phase.
  3. Windows Boot Manager Phase.
  4. Windows Boot Loader phase.
  5. Kernel loading phase.
  6. Logon phase.
 
Windows Boot Loader Phase:
  1. Loads the operating system kernel, Ntoskrnl.exe, but does not yet run it.
  2. Loads the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL), Hal.dll. This will not be used until the kernel is run.
  3. Loads the system registry hive (System32\Config\System) into memory.
  4. Scans the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Services key for device drivers and loads all drivers that are configured for the boot class into memory. The Windows Boot Loader does not, however, initiate the drivers. Drivers are not initiated until the kernel loading phase.
  5. Enables paging.
  6. Passes control to the operating system kernel, which starts the next phase.



By: COIN | July 29, 2012


Error Message:

You received a Error message on your Windows Phone regarding an update:
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An update is available.

Updates can make your phone work better and add new features. They can make your phone more secure, too.

To learn more and install this update, connect your phone to your computer.

This message indicates that a newer version of the software for your Windows Phone is available. More information about this update can be found on webpage: Phone updates FAQ.
(http://www.microsoft.com/windowsphone/en-us/howto/wp7/basics/phone-updates.aspx)

If you have problems installing the updates, see the links below.


Resolution:

Online solution (http://ambassadors.xbox.com/en-us/pages/xbox-live/troubleshoot/wp-install-errors-wizard.aspx) is available to resolve this problem.

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Install or update the Zune software on your computer and connect your phone
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You receive an error during the update
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Additional troubleshooting steps


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Install the Zune software on your computer and connect your phone

The Zune or Windows Phone Connector software is required to be installed on your computer to perform the update. If you don't already have it, install this software on your computer:.
  • Download and install the Zune software for the PC (http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9753463)
(http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9753463)
  • Download the Windows Phone Connector for the Mac (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=208550)
(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=208550)
If you already have Zune software installed on your PC, make sure that it's updated to the current version:
1.       Disconnect your Windows Phone from your computer and start the Zune software.
2.       Click Settings, click Software, and then click General.
3.       Under Software Updates, click Check for updates.
4.       Follow the instructions to install any updates and then reconnect your Windows Phone to your computer by using the USB cable that was included with your phone.

Once the Zune software is installed and updated, connect your phone:

                 ·         Connect your phone
 

Make sure that you are using the USB cable which was included with your phone. Do not use a USB hub or ports on the front of your computer.

·         If your phone is not detected, restart it
To restart your Windows Phone, press and hold the Power button
until you see Slide down to power off, then flick down. After it’s off, press
to turn on your phone again.

If this restart sequence doesn’t work for your phone, try one of the following options:
o    Press and hold the Power button
for 10 seconds. After it’s off, press
to turn on your phone again.
o    If your phone has a replaceable battery, remove and reinsert the battery located under your phone’s back panel. Then press
to turn on your phone again.

If your phone is still not detected, try the additional troubleshooting in our step-by-step Windows Phone Device Detection Solution:

Online Solution
 
Online solution(http://ambassadors.xbox.com/en-us/Pages/xbox-live/troubleshoot/wp-device-detection-wizard.aspx) is available to resolve this problem.











By: COIN | July 27, 2012

If you get a user facing issue with Paste Special option missing in any office 2010 application’s.

Please check whether user have Skype installed in the machine. If Yes than this issue caused by the ‘Click to Call’ add-in (installed automatically with Skype).

To resolve this issue please follow the steps :

•         Uninstall The Click to call Add-in from Control Panel
•         Restart the machine
•         Check with the issue now

It also works when user say that when they copy and paste in office applications the text looses it's formatting

This would resolve the Issue.
 

By: COIN | July 24, 2012

The Google Nexus 7 is Google’s flagship tablet device running their latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The device has a 7-inch 1280x800 HD IPS display (216 ppi), 1.2MP front-facing camera, 8 or 16GB built-in storage, 1GB of RAM, a 4325 mAh battery, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It is of course, powered by the quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor.


The third website that is selling the device in India is tradus.com. On tradus.in, the 8GB variant of the device is priced at Rs. 16,990 whereas the 16GB variant is priced at Rs. 22,500. Tradus also offers an EMI of 3 months where the user will have to pay Rs. 5,663 per month for the 8GB variant where as the 3-month EMI for the 16GB variant is Rs. 7,500.

http://www.techgig.com/tech-news/editors-pick/Google-Nexus-7-...

By: COIN | July 22, 2012


  • Click Start, type the following and press Enter:
                 C:\Users\Default\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo
  • Right-click the Mail Recipient icon and choose Copy (Keyboard: CTRL+C)
  • Click Start, type the following in search and press Enter:
         shell:sendto

                  
  •  Right-click on an empty area in the folder, and choose Paste (CTRL+V)       

    By: COIN | July 21, 2012



    If we face connectivity issue in outlook we can check the connection in the following ways:

    To Check Connection:




        1.      Press Ctrl Button and then Right Click on Outlook Icon 
             in Task Bar

        2.      Select Connection Status





        3.      Then Click On Reconnect



        
        4.      It will reconnect the Exchnage.



    To Check Auto-Configuration:




        1.      Press Ctrl Button and then Right Click on Outlook Icon 
             in Task Bar

        2.      Select Test E-Mail Auto Configuration


    3.      Then Enter Your E-Mail ID and Password and click On Test



    4.      It will auto configure Outlook and generate log for the 
         same.

    By: COIN | July 19, 2012


    Windows Server 2008
    Windows Server 2008 R2
    It is based on kernal version 6.0 ( the same of Windows Vista)
    It is based on kernal version 6.1 ( the same of Windows 7)
     It use the same GUI introduced with Windows Vista
     It use the same new GUI introduced with Windows 7
    Is for both 32 bit & 64-bit platforms
    Is only for 64-bit platforms
    Its Hyper V does not have that feature
    Hyper-V provides a dynamic, reliable, and scalable virtualization platform combined with a single set of integrated management tools to manage both physical and virtual resources
    Not available in Windows server 2008, It is only having Basic Remote desktop Services.
    Microsoft RemoteFX,  introduces a new set of remote user-experience capabilities that enable a media-rich user environment for virtual and session-based desktops.
    Normal Power Management Service
    Enhanced Power Management services which save up to 18 % more power than previous verison.
    Normal Data managemnet server
    Enhanced Data Management server using File ClassificationInfrastructure (FCI)

    By: COIN | July 19, 2012



    1.       Installation Requirement:
     It requires a minimum of:
    ·         1.4 GHz 64 bit processor,
    ·         512 MB RAM
    ·         32 GB of free disk space.

    2.       Metro-Style:
    This next new feature is the Metro desktop interface. It is a tiled interface of the client—each tile allows administrators to quickly access commonly used server management tools:
    ·         Server Manager,
    ·         Windows PowerShell,
    ·         Task Manager
    ·         Control Panel.
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    ·         Computer,
    ·         Desktop (which brings the desktop back to the Sever 2008 interface),
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    3.       Server Manager
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    By: COIN | July 12, 2012


    How to Reset Local Group Policy Objects to Default

    If you want to reset Group Policy to Default on your system, then please follow the below mentioned Steps:
    1. If you need to clear IPSec settings and software restriction settings
    a. reg delete HKLM\software\policies\microsoft /f
    b. regedit /s "c:\policies.reg"
    (where c:\policies.reg is the exported from HKLM\software\policies\microsoft to target machine)

    2. Rest GPO settings to their defaults :
            secedit /configure /db reset /cfg "c:\windows\security\templates\setup security.inf" /overwrite

    3. Delete the registry.pol file if it exists from:
             del c:\windows\system32\grouppolicy\machine\registry.pol

    4. Reboot

    By: COIN | July 08, 2012


    Convert Windows 8 start menu to Windows 7 Start Menu

    1. Open the Run command box on Windows 8 by using  win+r > regedit >enter
    2. Type in "regedit" without the quotes and click Okay.
    3. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer
    4. Double-click on RPEnabled
    5. Change the 1 to  0 (Zero)
    6. Hit enter or click OK

    Now you will have classic style start menu in Windows 8.

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    By: COIN | May 14, 2012


    Windows 8 Shortcut keys

    Metro App and Start Page Shortcuts

    Keyboard
    Shortcut Result
    Mouse
    Touch
    Win
    Open Start Page or Last App (alternating).
    Hover bottom left corner -> click corner (repeat).
    Swipe from right edge in -> Start.
    Win + Tab
    (release Tab,  repeat)
    Open next App (rotate through Metro Apps, Desktop is one App).
    Hover top left corner -> click corner (repeat).
    Swipe from left edge in then out -> App.
    Or swipe from left edge in.
    Win + Tab (release Tab, repeat), Delete
    Close a background App.
    Hover top left corner then down -> right click App -> Close.
    Swipe from left edge in then out -> drag App all the way to bottom of screen.
    Alt + F4
    Close active App.
    Hover top middle -> click and drag app all the way to the bottom.
    Swipe from top edge all the way to the bottom.
    Win + Z
    Open the App commands bar.
    In App, right-click open space.
    On Start, right-click a Tile.
    Swipe from bottom edge or top edge.
    Win + . (requires 1366x768 resolution)
    Snap App right. Move the split to the right. (Desktop is a single App.)
    Hover top edge, click and drag app to right.
    Or select split line, drag right.
    Swipe from top edge, drag app to right.
    Or select split line, drag right.
    Win + Shift + .
    Snap App left. Move the split to the left
    (Desktop is a single App.)
    Hover top edge, click and drag app to left.
    Or select split line, drag left.
    Swipe from top edge, drag app to right.
    Or select Split line, drag left.
    Ctrl + -
    On ­Start Page, Zoom Out.
    Hover bottom right corner -> click corner (Summary View icon.) Or Ctrl + Scroll wheel down.
    Pinch in.
    Ctrl + =
    On ­Start Page, Zoom back In.
    Click open area. Or Ctrl + Scroll wheel down.
    Pinch out.
    Ctrl + Alt + Del
    Access to Lock, Switch User, Sign out, Change a password, Task Manager, Ease of Access, and Power down choices.
    Alternatives: Start Page -> -> Lock, Sign Out, or Switch Account. Hover bottom left corner -> right click -> Task Manager. Hover top right corner then down -> Settings -> Power
    Hold Win button and press Power button.
    PgDn
    Move Start page tiles to the left.
    Scroll wheel down.
    Slide left.
    PgUp
    Move Start page tiles to the right.
    Scroll wheel up.
    Slide right.
    Arrows, Space, Tab
    Move active tile, Select, move Focus
    Move mouse, right-click Tile(s), click command
    Swipe tile(s), tap command.

    Metro Charm Shortcuts

    Keyboard
    Shortcut Result
    Mouse
    Touch
    Win + C
    Open Charms (also shows Date/Time/Power/Net).
    Hover top right corner then move down.
    Swipe from right edge.
    Win + F
    Open Search Charm on Files.
    Hover top right corner -> Search -> Files.
    Swipe from right edge -> Search -> Files.
    Win + W
    Open Search Charm on Settings.
    Hover top right corner -> Search -> Settings.
    Swipe from right edge -> Search -> Files.
    Win + Q
    Open Search Charm on Active App
    (on right side only if supported by App).
    Hover top right corner -> Search.
    Swipe from right edge -> Search.
    Typing on Start Page
    Search Apps.
    Hover top right corner -> Search.
    Swipe from right edge -> Search.
    Win + H
    Open Share Charm.
    Hover top right corner -> Share.
    Swipe from right edge -> Share.
    Win + I
    Open Settings Charm (plus Start Settings and Metro Help).
    Hover top right corner -> Settings.
    Swipe from right edge -> Settings.
    Win + K
    Open Devices Charm.
    Hover top right corner -> Devices.
    Swipe from right edge -> Devices.

    Desktop Shortcuts

    Keyboard
    Shortcut Result
    Mouse
    Touch
    Win + D
    Show Desktop.
    Click Desktop tile.
    Start page -> Desktop tile.
    Win + E
    Open Windows Explorer.
    Click Explorer tile.
    Start page -> Explorer tile.
    Win + I
    Open Settings Charm (plus Control Panel, Personalization, PC Info, and Desktop Help).
    Hover top right corner -> Settings.
    Swipe from right edge -> Settings.
    Win + X
    Open Desktop quick menu (it’s like a mini Start Menu!)
    Hover bottom left corner -> right click.

    Win + R
    Open Run Dialog.
    Hover bottom left corner -> right click -> Run.

    Win + T
    Cycle through Desktop apps on the Taskbar
    Hover bottom left corner -> right click -> click -> Hover across Taskbar -> click.
    Start page -> Desktop tile -> Taskbar app
    Alt + Tab
    (release Tab,  repeat)
    Open next App (rotates through Apps, Desktop apps each have one place in rotation).
    Hover bottom left corner -> right click -> click -> Hover across Taskbar -> click.
    Start page -> Desktop tile -> Taskbar app
    Alt + 1 to 9

    Open the pinned Taskbar application
    Hover bottom left corner -> right click -> click -> Hover across Taskbar -> click.
    Start page -> Desktop tile -> Taskbar app

    Other Shortcuts

    Keyboard
    Shortcut Result
    Mouse
    Touch
    Win + L
    Lock Computer.
    Start Page -> -> Lock.
    Start Page -> -> Lock.
    Win + P
    Second screen options.
    Hover top right corner then move down -> Devices -> Second screen.
    Swipe from right edge -> Devices -> Second screen.
    Win + ,
    Desktop peek (to see notifications I believe)


    Win + O
    Lock screen rotation (if PC detects this)


    Win + V
    Cycle through toasts.


    Win + Shift + V
    Cycle through toasts in reverse.


    Win + U
    Ease of Access Center
    Hover bottom left corner -> right click -> Control Panel -> Ease of Access -> Ease of Access Center

    Win + Enter
    Launch Narrator.


    Win + =
    Magnifier, Zoom In.


    Win + -
    When Magnified, Zoom Out.


    Internet Explorer Shortcuts

    Ctrl + Tab
    Cycle through open Tabs
    Right-click an empty area -> Tab
    Swipe from top edge -> Tab
    Ctrl + Shift + P
    Open an InPrivate Tab
    Right-click an empty area -> (+)
    Swipe from top edge -> (+)
    Ctrl + T
    Open a new Tab
    Right-click an empty area -> 3 dots -> InPrivate
    Swipe from top edge -> 3 dots -> InPrivate
    Ctrl + F4
    Close the active Tab
    Right-click an empty area -> Tab (x)
    Swipe from top edge -> Tab (x)
    Tab
    Shift + Tab
    Enter
    Move forward through items on a Web page.
    Move backwards.
    Activate the selected item.
    Click the item you want.
    Tap the item you want.
    Ctrl + P
    Print page.



    View page on Desktop IE (good for opening pages with Adobe Flash).
    Right-click an empty area -> Page tools -> View on the Desktop

    Ctrl + L
    Alt + D
    Open Address bar (includes frequent and pinned pages).


    Backspace
    Go back to previous Web page
    Move mouse to mid-left edge -> Click back.
    Slide right.
    Shift + Backspace
    Go forward to previous Web page
    Move mouse to mid-right edge -> Click forward.
    Slide left.

    By: COIN | February 21, 2012



    Here is the steps to change local admin password when you do not know the password of local admin

           1. Open command prompt then type Net User
         
     
      
           2.  Then Type Net user User
         
     3. Then Change password by typing net user User *
            

    It is done and password is reset..

    By: COIN | January 30, 2012


    While installing SP1 for windows 7 there are specific errors that occur during reboot. If you get error: “Fatal Error C0000034 Applying Update Operation 282 of...” 

    Follow the below steps to fix the Error:

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    4.         After you click cancel it will show a box. Click “Don’t Send”, and then click the link “View  
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    By: COIN | January 26, 2012

    Outlook Hangs at loading profile

    Please go to :

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\ CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\ Profiles

    Delete the profile which is having issue then reboot the system and restart outlook .. Issue will fix.
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