Google ended support for Google Calendar sync and the application completely stopped working on 1 August 2014. You are no longer able to sync your Google Calendar with Outlook Calendar, thus, forcing you to switch to a single character.

It might be an easier option to just stick to one calendar, but there are still people who prefer to use both. So the need of syncing Google Calendar to Outlook still persists. You cannot get the syncing feature by any official means and Google doesn’t seem to be in any mood of rethinking the decision.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t have an alternative solution. Many third-party tools and services have sprang out that let you sync your Google calendar to Outlook and vice versa. In this Tutorial, we are going to introduce some reliable tools and services that will let your sync Google Calendar for Free!. Read full post →How To Sync Google Calendar To Outlook

The Windows Registry is a database/storage area for the operating system that is used to centralize settings and data for Windows itself, but also for countless apps that choose to use it (the alternative is a local settings file).

It was created for Windows 3.1 and doesn’t always reflect how apps are being used today. As a result, it is quite common to see computers with a bloated Windows Registry. This would result in slower computers because the more information there is, the longer it takes to find information.

There are solutions to clean-up and defragment the Windows Registry to avoid wasting performance and disk space, and to make your computer faster. In this article, we will show you how to do it in a matter of clicks. Read full post →How To Clean The Windows Registry

Microsoft Word handles images very well and makes it quite easy to insert them according to your needs. However, when it comes to extracting images from a word document, Microsoft doesn’t really provides an option to do “Right click + Save image as” to save images in your PC.

But there are still many ways you can extract images from a word file. They might not be as convenient as saving images from the context menu, but they can be life savers.

In this tutorial, we are going to show you 3 different methods to extract images from a word file, you can simply use the method that fits your needs perfectly. Read full post →How To Extract Images From Microsoft Word

Windows has a built-in Action Center that alerts you about all security and maintenance issues. It will keep an eye on your PC to check if the system is running smoothly, and let you know if there are any changes required. This can be very handy, but at the same time a bit annoying.

More experienced user may find these notifications annoying, as they can ensure proper functioning of the system by themselves, and constant notifications will just get in their way. If you are tired of these notifications as well, we’ll show you the quick way to disable them.  Read full post →How To Disable Windows Notifications

Some people might say that copy/paste is the easiest thing in computing, but there are still many people who don’t know how to do it or at least, how to do it conveniently. Copy/paste is basically a process of making a “copy” of a content such as Text, Image, File or Folder, and move it to another area without tempering with the original Content.

All platforms come with the ability to copy and paste and make it quite easy to do it as well. You can easily copy almost anything, including Text, Files, Folders and even text within an Image! In this Tutorial, we are going to show you different methods to copy and paste in Windows, Android and iOS. Read full post →How To Copy and Paste (Windows/Android/iOS)

uTorrent is a reputable program for downloading torrents, but it is also ad supported unlike many other torrent programs. After Acquiring uTorrent, BitTorrent, inc. added ads to generate some revenue from the torrent program. However, most people are not comfortable with ads on a desktop app, which is why BitTorrent, inc. made it optional.

You do have the option to disable all the ads from your uTorrent client, but BitTorrent, inc. didn’t make it easy to disable them. But fret not, we are here to help you get rid of all the ads from the uTorrent desktop client.

You don’t need any kind of special software to get rid of the ads, it’s right there, buried in the uTorrent desktop client options. Read full post →How To Disable uTorrent Ads

It can be very annoying when Windows Explorer suddenly stops responding. Waiting for it to recover is definitely not entertaining and holding the power button to force shutdown your PC is not a recommended option because it could induce data loss.

When a program hangs, we just kill it and restart it, so why not do the same with Windows explorer? You can just restart Explorer and it should working fine again.

In this Tutorial, we are going to show you different methods to restart Windows Explorer, both Automatic and Manual. Read full post →How To Restart Windows Explorer

Renaming files can be quite a tedious task, and when you have hundreds of files with names such as “DSC01927.JPG”, things just get worse. It can take forever to properly name each file and add them in a sequence. At the same time, many are probably related, and could share part of their name, such as “sf-photos-2015-001.jpg”.

Fortunately, In Windows 7 and above, you now have the option to rename multiple files (it’s called batch-renaming or renaming in batch). Windows will take the first name and apply it to all the files by adding a Suffix (sequel numbering) in the end to distinguish each file and make sure that each file name is unique.

However, the renaming multiple files option is not easy to find in the context menu, unlike the regular “Rename” one. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can batch-rename files and also a quick method to give a unique name to each file, and maybe the easiest one is to use a dedicated app… Read full post →How To Rename Multiple Files (Windows)


For some people, Evernote is just a note taking app, for others, it is a one-stop productivity tool. Evernote might seem like a fancy note-taking app, but it is much more than that . If you are committed and willing to give it a chance, you should not be disappointed.

If you are thinking of using the premium features, you should take the time to learn how to best exploit this tool to maximize your return on investment, and that’s what we’re going to show you here.
Read full post →How To Best Use Evernote

Microsoft Windows makes it relatively easy to have multiple PCs on the same network. It’s great to work together on a single project using different computers, or just to share data. However, apart from the standard network file sharing feature, Windows also comes with the ability to map a network shared folder as a logical Windows Drive.

Mapping the drive makes the shared folder appear just as if it was a physical drive, and actions performed are processed just like they are processed on a physical drive (with few exceptions), which is handy for apps that expect a physical drive.

In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can map a drive and how it is better than simply sharing data over the network. Read full post →How To Map a Network Drive (Windows)