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How To Increase Storage Space On Windows 8.1 Devices With SD Cards

Windows 8.1 devices are all full PCs — yes, even the tablets — and often support SD cards. This allows you to easily expand your PC’s storage. Just insert an SD card and you can treat it as a “permanent” part of your device. The SD card will likely be slower than your […]

Windows 8 – Create a recovery drive (USB, CD or DVD)

If you run into problems with your PC, a USB recovery drive can help you troubleshoot and fix those problems, even if your PC won’t start.

Your PC might have come with a recovery image that’s used to refresh or reset your PC. The recovery image is stored on a dedicated recovery partition on your […]

Windows 8 – Recovery from Boot Option Menu

Note: Alt + F10 is not supported on systems with Windows 8

1.Starting Recovery : Press and hold “Shift key” while Restarting

2. Troubleshoot

3. Reset your PC

4. Next

5. Only the drive where Windows is installed

6. Just remove my files

7. Reset


Cisco VPN Client on Windown 8 – REASON 442

The Cisco VPN client is one of the most popular Cisco tools used by administrators, engineers and end-users to connect to their remote networks and access resources.

With the introduction of Windows 8, Cisco VPN users are faced with a problem – the Cisco VPN software installs correctly but fails to […]

Restore folder from .lnk

The following vbScript will rename all folders having extension like folder_name.someExtensionand make them with previous names.

create 2 files: 1. script.vbs 2. rename.bat


Set objFS = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”) strFolder = objFS.GetAbsolutePathName(“.”) Set objFolder = objFS.GetFolder(strFolder) For Each Folder In objFolder.SubFolders Folder.Name=Mid(Folder.Name,1,InStrRev(Folder.Name,”.”)-1) Next


cscript /nologo script.vbs

Place them is same folder where changed folder are. […]