Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Recovering Deleted System Files

The System File Checker in Windows 8 is kind of an important tool to restore deleted files.
You can manually run this command by typing in Command Prompt. The System File Checker will notice you if there are corupted or deleted files and automatically replace them. It really kind of practical, because we don't need to use System Restore Features.
1. Ok, lets go!   press Start button, type Command Prompt or right-click the Command Prompt shortcut

2. Select Run as Administrator
3. Once The Administrator Command Prompt window appears, run the following command


Saturday, February 15, 2014

Dumping the Windows 8 lock screen

Open the Run command box by searching for "Run," pressing Windows-R, or moving your mouse pointer to the lower-left corner of the Desktop screen, right-clicking, and selecting Run in the Quick Access menu.
Now type gpedit.msc and press Enter to open the Local Group Policy Editor. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel >Personalizationin the left menu. Double-click the Do Not Display the Lock Screen option in the main pane to open a new window. Select the Enabled radio button, click OK