Disable / Enable Update Orchestrator Service - Windows 10 Task Manager Processes

Many users Windows 10 they complained about the excessive consumption of resources (HDD & CPU) consumed by the "Update Orchestrator Service". Before we see how we can disable it or get rid of this excessive load of the process or hard disk, let's see what is and what does "Update Orchestrator Service" do. The presence of this service in Windows 10 ... Read More

How can we disable the updates in Windows 10 [Disable Windows 10 Updates]

Compared to the operating systems previously launched, in the chapter Updates, Windows 10 it's a little tougher. In the sense that Microsoft wants in one way or another to force every user to keep their operating system up to date, whether they want it or not. Let's get this together Read More

How can we block the installation / upgrade automatically from Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 to Windows 10

About three weeks ago, Microsoft changed the upgrade status to Windows 10, from "optional" to "recommended". This means that this update can be installed without the user's consent. Specifically, many users of Windows 7, Windows 8 si Windows 8.1, woke up after the update in the backgroud and restart, as they have on PCs… Read More

How to make My Computer (This PC), Recycle Bin, Network and Control Panel appear on Desktop in Windows 10

For users who have made the transition directly from Windows 7 to Windows 10Skipping Windows 8.1, the working interface (UI / User Interface) may confuse them a bit. First of all on Windows 10, “My Computer” from Windows 7 became "This PC". Windows ExplorerSite / File Exlorer in which devices, drives are displayed… Read More

Start Menu receives the transparency effect from the side Windows 10

Being numbered build 10031, the latest version Windows 10 "Unofficially" leaked to the Internet did not bring to light Project Spartan, the web browser designed from scratch to replace the Internet Explorer. Instead, we have some less important changes, but worth mentioning. Abandoned in favor Windows 8 and replaced with a Home Screen displayed throughout… Read More

How to create shortcuts on Desktop for Advanced Power Settings, Add/ Remove Programs, Registry Editor, Windows Security Center, etc…

Windows 7 has a very simple design, and most of the tools and options from Windows 7 can be accessed from the Control Panel or directly from the Start Menu> “Search programs and files ”(if we know the name of the application or option). Another option to access the settings Windows 7 and for advanced options, it is GodMode. A shortcut that Read More

How can we disable IPv6 in Windows 7 [Network Adapter Settings]

Sometimes we use LAN (Local Area Network) applications or games that do not allow connection between computers because IPv6 is enabled in the Network Adapter. IPv6 is the newest TCP / IP * protocol for LAN and Internet connection, but there are still old applications that have not heard of this IPv6 protocol. If we encounter such a problem… Read More

Change Registered Owner & Organization Name in Windows XP yes Windows 7

When we install an operating system, during the installation process we are asked for some data, including an organization name (Organization Name) and a system owner name (Owner Name). Windows XP this information appears in System Properties> General (right click on My Compuer> Properties) and in About Windows the Read More

Control Panel Shortcuts in Windows NOTHING - GodMode

GodMode is known to gamers as the most powerful game cheats. In the Windows 7, GodMode is a kind of shortcut to the most important settings system from the Control Panel. Compared to hidden tools from Windows 7, GodMode should not be searched or activated. GodMode for Windows 7 - “Activation” 1. Right-click on… Read More

Suspicious beeps when you press the CAPS LOCK key?

Someone faced a "vital" problem the other day (he had a little more to format the PC. Vviiirruuusi !!). The calculator made "suspicious" beeps when the CAPS LOCK key was pressed. There was nothing wrong with the computer. Neither soft nor hard. The only thing was that he had accidentally activated the "Toggle Keys". A utility of Windows XP / Vista, which warns the user when… Read More