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Windows 8 safe mode

Booting Windows 8 in safe mode – how it works

In an emergency, safe mode in Windows 8 can prevent things from getting worse. Even with permanent blue screens and complete system failures, the special operating mode allows you to save important data and remove viruses, and may prevent the need to reinstall Windows. In this detailed tutorial, we’ll show you ways to boot Windows 8 in safe mode.

Windows 10 safe mode

Starting Windows 10 in safe mode: a how-to with different options

Safe mode in Windows 10 strips the Microsoft operating system down to its most vital functions. In the case of many critical hardware or software errors, Windows 10 can still be booted in safe mode. This makes diagnosing and repairing errors much simpler. Read on and learn how to boot safe mode in Windows 10.

How to boot windows 7 in safe mode

Windows 7: launching safe mode

Windows 7 features a safe mode that you can access in the event of a system failure. This mode is a trimmed-down version of Windows that features only necessary functions and programs. Using safe mode lets you get to the bottom of system failures such as a faulty drive or a software issue. There are two ways to start Windows 7 in safe mode – we’ll explain how.

Windows CMD commands

CMD commands for the Windows command prompt

There are more than 200 CMD commands available with Windows. The command prompt can be used to control large parts of the operating system, computer, or drives. You can also use the Windows “command prompt” commands to organize your files or run network tasks. To do this, though, you have to know the right commands. Here we explain how to use CMD commands and which functions they have. Our article...

Create a Table in Word

Word table: Creating a table in Microsoft Word

In Word, tables prove useful in the most diverse situations, and you have several options for creating them. You can either use the table templates provided by the Microsoft tool, or you can design your own. This enables you to improve your reports, invoices or the performance of household tasks. Even data from Excel can be integrated as a table into a Word file.

Find computer name

How to find the computer name on Windows and Mac – here’s how

Whether due to technical problems or because various computers in a network have the same name: sometimes you need to know how to find a computer name to simplify the assignment of a computer to a network. Finding your computer name is usually a simple and quick process. Find out where you need to look to locate your computer name when using Windows 7, 8, and 10, or Mac.

Windows Sandbox

Windows Sandbox: installing unsafe programs in an isolated environment

Windows Sandbox has been implemented in the operating system as of version 10 Pro. It allows users to install unsafe programs in an isolated environment, without affecting the actual operating system. The Windows feature is usually deactivated in the settings menu. Our step-by-step guide shows you how to turn on Windows Sandbox.

Finding your Windows 8 product key

How to find your Windows 8 product key

Missing your Windows 8 product key? Finding it sometimes sounds easier than it is, but if you know the right steps you’ll never miss it again. There are multiple options to find your Windows license product key – either by using an external utility program or a Windows tool. We’ll show you how to find it quickly.

Reset Windows 8

Resetting Windows 8 – it’s this easy

If your computer no longer works as it should, or if you want to give it away, it can make sense to reset Windows 8. In this article, we’ll show you how to go about this, what you need to do in order to keep your files or alternatively delete them – all in a few simple steps.


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