Category Archives: Windows 8.1

ForceDelete: A New Freeware Utility Forcibly Deletes Files and Folders Instantly

If you are hunting for a neat, clean, and powerful freeware tool that enables users to unlock files in use and delete or even shred them immediately, then you should adopt ForceDelete. ForceDelete for Windows 11/10 People often get the error alert “Cannot delete file: Access is denied” or “The file is used by another […]

How to Enable or Disable the “Low Disk Space” Warning in Windows 11/10?

When a partition on your computer doesn’t have enough free space, Windows 11/10 will pop up a message on the bottom right corner of the screen, “Low Disk Space.” This warning message may pop up every few minutes to remind you to free up the space on your system. If this message annoys you and […]

How to Block Read/Write Access to USB or CD Drive in Windows 11/10?

Due to some reasons, if you want to disable read/write access to a USB or CD drive in your Windows 11/10/8/7 PC, this gearupwindows article will guide you. For example, you often leave your PC unattended. Anyone who has access to your computer can steal the data by connecting a USB drive. In this situation, […]

How to Delete Wireless Network Profiles in Windows 11/10?

Do you want to clear all old Wi-Fi profiles on your Windows 11/10? Due to some reason, if you’re going to erase all saved Wi-Fi profiles, this gearupwindows article will help you. For instance, the saved wireless networks no longer work because their passwords have been changed. After clearing the protected wireless network profiles, you […]

How to Show Day of Week in Windows 11/10 Taskbar Clock?

By default, Windows 11/10 doesn’t add the day of the week (for example, Sunday, Monday, etc.) to the taskbar clock. To see weekdays, you need to click on the taskbar clock, then the Calendar flyout opens. Here, you can see the day in the calendar. But what if you want to show the weekday on […]

How to Customize the Send To Menu in Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, or Vista?

The “Send to” menu on Windows is a lesser-known feature. This “Send to” is a unique feature of Windows that allows you to quickly send a find to another location without navigating through File Explorer. In the earlier version of Windows, when you right-click a file/folder on the context menu, “Send To” appears. In the […]

Free ISO Creator: A tool to create ISO image from your files and folders

Folder2iso is a freeware program available for Windows operating systems that helps you convert a folder to an ISO image. The limitation of this software is that it only allows you to convert a folder to ISO and nothing else. If you want more features apart from folder to ISO, then “Free ISO Creator” maybe […]

How to Convert DMG Files to ISO Files on Windows 11/10?

You might have already heard about a DMG file. DMG is an Apple disk image file that is used by Macintosh operating system. Windows does not natively support it, and you can not mount or use it on Windows 11/10. If you have got a DMG file and want to use it on a Windows […]

How to Remove Evaluation Copy Watermark on Windows 11 or 10?

The forthcoming Windows 11 final release is scheduled for 5 Oct 2021. Most Windows users are already using Windows Insider, and beta builds to view the upcoming update. However, some users see the ‘Evaluation copy’ watermark that is quite annoying. Now, what to do? Is something wrong with our OS? Is your copy of Windows […]

How to Hide Restart Option from Windows 11/10 Sign-in Screen?

Windows 11, 10, 8 and 7, include a power button at the login screen. By clicking on this power button, you can select the Restart option to reboot your computer. That means anyone who has access to your computer can restart your computer or laptop without knowing your user account password. Everything is good, but […]