Windows 10 installationHey, windows 10 is here have you installed it? It’s filled with latest features althought this is just a preview of Windows 10 you can check the latest updates regarding it and then install it on your personal computer or laptop.

The final version of Windows 10 imminent sometimes this summer in the mean time you can download, install, and test the beta version also recognized as the beta – Windows 10 Technical Preview.

Now, if you are excited to install the the Windows 10 you first need to check if you have the basic system requirement to upgrade or install it. This includes 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM for 32-bit (2GB for 64-bit) and Hard disk space of 16 GB.

If you’re installing Windows 10 in your PC for the first time to clean install, you’ll have to perform an upgrade first. This is because you require license key to upgrade your Windows OS as Microsoft never makes it easy even if there’s a free version. Once performing the upgrade and activation to Windows10 your unique hardware ID is associated with activated Windows 10 license by Microsoft.

Windows 10 is only provided for free as an upgrade. So, keeping this things in mind you can follow the steps to install it:

  • Download the IOS image of Windows 10 from Microsoft’s website or the easiest way is you can download the web installer from the same page and just chose to upgrade your PC.

  • You need to burn this image in optical disk or you can also create a bootable USB flash drive to proceed. If you’re installing it on a regular personal computer with Windows OS already running on it, then you will be provoked immediately to start upgrading to Windows 10 operating System. Alternatively you can also attach the IOS image using the VM-Virtual Machine Software which you prefer for installation also assuming that it already has Windows OS installed in it.

  • Now follow the basic installation steps which you do mostly by clicking the Next button and make sure to prefer upgrade when prompted.

Twitter Tools in Trend to enhance your productivity
Monitoring your Twitter account is a much time taking activity and to manage multiple task for it is more tiresome. As Twitter is now the fastest growing social platform in the world as of 2013. It's more than two and a half years since this article was written on Global Web Index so, it's enough time to let you know the power of Twitter on social media and the monthly active users across the market it has covered at the time.

Having a Twitter account but still struggle to keep with the activities every time? Here is a list of the tools that will help you fillip your productivity.

Most times we want to do simple photo(s) edits like resizing, brightening but we cannot do it until when we get to pay a professional. Well here is a step by step howto on making edition by yourself.

First of all Microsoft picture manager is a Microsoft product that has been there since Microsoft office 2000. Over the years more and more tools have been added and therefore here in this article we will only tackle those that we need now.

Step 1:
Find the program - Microsoft Picture Manager

a) Go to your computer programs then click Start -> All programs -> Microsoft Office - > Microsoft Office (2007, 2010) tools then Microsoft Picture Manager
Using Microsoft Picture Manager to edit & enhance your photos.

b) Or Right click on the image you want to edit and go to Open with “Picture Manager

Before you can change your IP you need some information. This information includes your IP range, subnet mask, default gateway, dhcp server, and dns servers.

1. Getting your IP range - Getting information about your IP range is not difficult, I recommend using Neo Trace on your own IP. But for my test just look at your IP address, say it's 24.193.110.13 you can definitely use the IP's found between 24.193.110.1 < [new IP] < 24.193.110.255, don't use x.x.x.1 or x.x.x.255. To find your IP simply open a dos/command prompt window and type ipconfig at the prompt, look for "IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : x.x.x.x".

Open the browser.

Click the Chrome menu button. This is located in the upper-right corner of the window, and has three horizontal bars colored green, yellow, or red depending on how recently you've updated your browser. Select Settings from the drop-down menu. This will open the browser settings in a new tab.