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How to See Which App is Blocking Your PC from Going into Sleep Mode

How to See Which App is Blocking Your PC from Going into Sleep Mode
Have you ever expected your PC to go into sleep mode only to come back and find it is still powered on? We know we certainly have, here’s how to check what’s keeping it awake. How to See Which App is Blocking Your PC from Going into Sleep Mode Press the Win + X keyboard combination or right click in the bottom left hand corner of your screen to bring up the Windows Tools Menu, then launch an admin command prompt. When the command prompt opens, type the following command: powercfg /requests You can see from the screenshot above, that I have 1 Process (VLC Media Player) as well as 2 Drivers that are preventing my PC from going to sleep. That’s all there is to it.

How to Use the Chrome OS Desktop on Windows 8 (and Why It Exists)

How to Use the Chrome OS Desktop on Windows 8 (and Why It Exists)

Chrome 32 now offers a new feature on Windows 8: A full-screen, Chrome OS-style desktop mode. The Chrome app launcher can bring Chrome OS to the Windows desktop, but Chrome can now replace the Windows desktop entirely. Rather than create native Windows 8 apps, Google is choosing to shoehorn the a Chromebook-style desktop into Windows 8. Of course, you can continue to use Chrome on the desktop just like before. How Does This Work? Doesn’t Microsoft Restrict Windows 8 Apps? When Microsoft announced Windows 8, they said that there were three types of Windows 8 apps. “Metro apps” have very restricted capabilities and must be distributed through the app store. Windows desktop applications function normally, but can’t run in the new Metro (now “Windows 8-style”) interface. The third type of app is a “Metro style enabled desktop browser.” Such browsers can run as desktop applications with full access to anything a desktop app…

How to Tell If Your Computer is Overheating and What to Do About It

How to Tell If Your Computer is Overheating and What to Do About It
Heat is a computer’s enemy. Computers are designed with heat dispersion and ventilation in mind so they don’t overheat. If too much heat builds up, your computer may become unstable or suddenly shut down. The CPU and graphics card produce much more heat when running demanding applications. If there’s a problem with your computer’s cooling system, an excess of heat could even physically damage its components. Is Your Computer Overheating? When using a typical computer in a typical way, you shouldn’t have to worry about overheating at all. However, if you’re encountering system instability issues like abrupt shut downs, blue screens, and freezes — especially while doing something demanding like playing PC games or encoding video — your computer may be overheating. This can happen for several reasons. Your computer’s case may be full of dust, a fan may have failed, something may be blocking your computer’s vents, or you…

What is the System Reserved Partition and Can You Delete It?

What is the System Reserved Partition and Can You Delete It?
Windows 7 and 8 create a special “System Reserved” partition when you install them on a clean disk. Windows doesn’t assign a drive letter to these partitions, so you’ll only see them when you use Disk Management or similar utility. The System Reserved Partition was introduced with Windows 7, so you won’t find it on previous versions of Windows. The partition is also created on Windows Serer 2008 R2 and newer Server versions of Windows. What Does the System Reserved Partition Do? This partition contains two important things: The Boot Manager and Boot Configuration Data : When your computer boots, the Windows Boot Manager starts up and reads the boot data from the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) Store. Your computer boots the boot loader off the System Reserved partition, and it boots Windows from your system drive.The startup files used for BitLocker Drive Encryption: If you ever decide to encrypt your hard drive with BitLocker…

Browser Slow? How to Make Internet Explorer 9 Fast Again

Browser Slow? How to Make Internet Explorer 9 Fast Again
Have you noticed your usually speedy IE9 browser slowing down, or even crashing on you? Unnecessary plugins, extensions, and even browsing data can slow your browser down to a crawl, or make it crash. Here’s how to fix it. Note: Internet Explorer 9 is a lot faster than previous versions and even some other browsers–in fact, you’ll sometimes be prompted to to disable an add-on that is slowing down the browser startup. Still, it’s useful to know how to clean things up on your own. Disable and Remove Add-ons To disable add-ons, click the gear icon on the right side of the tab bar and select Manage add-ons from the drop-down menu. NOTE: You can also open the menu by pressing Alt + X. The Manage Add-ons dialog box displays. There are four types of add-ons: Toolbars and Extensions, Search Providers, Accelerators, and Tracking Protection. Click on the type of add-ons you want to view from the Add-on Types list in the left pane. You can…

Why PC Games Struggle With Alt+Tab and How to Fix it

Why PC Games Struggle With Alt+Tab and How to Fix it
You’re playing a game and you Alt+Tab to use another program, but there’s a problem. The Alt+Tab process may be extremely slow, the game may crash or freeze, or you may see graphical corruption. If you’ve played games on Windows, this is probably familiar. Even when Alt+Tab works properly, it may take several seconds to move back and forth — something which can be frustrating if you want to quickly switch between applications. Why is Alt+Tabbing Out of a Full-Screen Game So Problematic? It’s not just pressing Alt+Tab that’s a problem — pressing the Windows key may do the same thing, as it takes you out of the game and back to the Windows desktop. This isn’t a problem when you play a game in windowed mode, where you can Alt+Tab easily. But full-screen mode seems to be different — full-screen games can’t be Alt+Tabbed out of as easily. The real question here is why games run in this full-screen mode in the first place, if the full-sc…