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How do you go back? Navigating around Windows 8 without any visible navigation buttons can be a pain. Here’s what you need to do.

Connect to a Projector in Windows 8

Connecting to a projector in Windows 8 is a slightly different process. Many of us use projectors for PowerPoint presentations, so it’s important to know how to do it. Read up about it here.

Change the Screen Resolution in Windows 8

Sometimes you add an external monitor or otherwise need to change your PC’s resolution. Here’s how to do that in Windows 8.

How to Use the Windows 8 Task Manager

The Task Manager is where you shot down applications and processes and view CPU and memory usage. Here’s how to get to it from Windows 8.

Manage the Windows 8 Corners and Charms Bar

The four corners of your screen in Windows 8 are hot corners, meaning that moving the mouse to them makes a window appear. Here’s what you need to know about them.

How to Manage your Printers in Windows 8

There’s more than one way to go about managing your printers in Windows 8. We show you how.

Turn On Bluetooth in Windows 8

Bluetooth drains a lot of your laptop’s battery, so it’s important to know how to turn it off and on, and pair it with a new device, in Windows 8.

Enable WiFi Connections in Windows 8

Managing your WiFi connections in Windows 8 is similar to how it works in Windows 7 and earlier, but there are some key differences.

Finding the Windows 8 Control Panel Quickly

The Control Panel is essential for all Windows 8 users of every skill level. Locating it in Windows 8 is puzzling. That’s what we’re here for.

How to Shutdown and Restart in Windows 8

The process for restarting or shutting down your PC in Windows 8 has changed. Find out how to do it here.

How to Switch between Open Apps in Windows 8

The Switch List is how Windows 8 handles switching between open applications. Here’s how to use it.

Join a Workgroup in Windows XP

A workgroup is a way to share files between Windows XP machines. It’s an ideal way to connect two PCs that are on the same network. Here’s how to set up a workgroup and share files on it.

INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE means your system can’t access the partition on your hard drive. There are a number of things you can try, in that case.

STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERMINATED is a crash resulting from an error in the user mode subsystem. There are three things you can try to fix it.

The New and Improved ReviverSoft Website

We haven’t been sitting back and doing nothing here at ReviverSoft. In the last week we have launched new software and a brand new website! Find out more here.

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