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October 15, 2018

How to use the Gift Certificate

Filed under: Get Genuine Product Keys,windows 10,windows 7,windows 8 — admin @ 10:49 am

How to use the Gift Certificate

1.Please go to this page:http://www.windows7keysale.net/gv_faq.html

Input your Redemption Code,and click redeem see picture1:

2.Add product into shopping cart,click”Go to checkout“button.(do not click paypal checkout button,because this way will skip gift certificate payment page)see picture2:

3.Fill in your information,continue(If you are existent customer,will skip this step) continue checkout

 

4.This page you will see”Apply Amount:”,just put your amount you have.then click continue checkout.Your Gift Certificate funds will be deducted.

see picture3 and 4:

Just click confirm the order and pay.

October 6, 2018

Use command to activate your Windows 7/8/10

Filed under: windows 10,windows 7,windows 8 — admin @ 6:17 am

1.Press Win+X+A go to windows powershell Administrators

2.Copy and paste slmgr.vbs -ipk XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX Press enter (You will see the key is imported successfully later)Your windows will be activated successfully at once.

3.Because sometimes can not connect microsoft activation system,if step2 can not completed.go to step4

4.Press Win+R input slui 4 choose country click next step you will see the picture below:

Please send us this screenshot include Installation ID ,we will help you to get confirmation ID from microsoft.and your windows will be activated at once.

September 30, 2018

Windows 7/8/10 activate by telephone instruction

Filed under: windows 10,windows 7,windows 8 — admin @ 11:38 am

Sometimes can not connnect microsoft internet activation system ,when you put product key and see this error message below:

Please click”show me other ways to activate“.and choose activate by telephone.you will see this Interface:

Then please call the telephone displayed,According to voice prompt input 9 groups installation ID.MICROSOFT will give you 8 groups confirmation ID.Your windows will be activated successfully after input your confirmation ID.

 

September 17, 2018

How to activate Windows 10 with OEM/Retail Key?

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 1:33 pm

How to activate Windows 10 with OEM/Retail Key?

Before you begin, make sure to download and install correct edition of Windows 10. Activate with following steps after the installation is complete:

Go to ‘Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > System’ and click ‘Activate Windows’ or ‘Change Product Key’.
Click ‘Activation’ and enter the Product Key you bought. Now your Windows 10 has been successfully activated.
To check activation status in Windows 10, select the Start button, then select Settings > Update & security > Activation.

September 10, 2017

Win10 add network printer

Filed under: computer knowledge,windows 10 — admin @ 6:39 pm

1. First open the control panel, and then click “view device” and “printer””.

2. Click Add Printer at the printer interface”.

3, click “the printer I need is not listed.””.

4, check “use TCP/IP address or host name to add printer.””.

5. Enter the IP address of the network printer and click next.

6, connect to the network printer, install the driver, generally from the network printer to obtain the driver, if not, you can download the relevant model of the Internet printer driver.
You can use the network printer when the installation is complete. You can set the network printer as the default printer in the printer settings of your computer.

August 31, 2017

Win10 doesn’t have a IE browser

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:28 pm

After the win10 system upgrade, many users can’t find the IE browser’s location, then you can find and open the IE browser at this time.

1, right click the start menu, select the control panel”;

2, in the control panel window, click the “program” option to enter;

3. “Enable or close the Windows function.””;

4. Tick the “ie11 browser” in the function list and click “OK””;

5. Wait for system function call;

6, enable success, click restart the computer.

August 29, 2017

How to connect WiFi of Desktop win10

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 5:46 pm

1. click the network icon on the lower right corner of the computer.

2. select the WiFi that you want to connect to.

3. click “connect””.

4. enter the password, click on “next” to connect.

 

August 22, 2017

New Windows 10 Pro edition reveals Microsoft’s inconsistency

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 12:07 pm

The latest version of Windows 10 is aimed at workstations and offers support for up to four processors, Resilient File System and NVDIMM-N memory. It is slated to arrive in September.

Microsoft last week added another edition to its Windows 10 portfolio, introducing a variant of Windows 10 Pro aimed at high-end desktops, often tagged as workstations.

“Windows 10 Pro [for Workstations is] designed to meet the needs of our advanced users deploying their workstation PCs in demanding and mission-critical scenarios,” Klaus Diaconu, a manager in Microsoft’s Windows and devices group, wrote in a post to a company blog.

One analyst said the new Windows 10 would attract some customers, but called it “a very niche product.” And he wondered why Microsoft is adding another SKU (stock-keeping unit) to the line when it’s harped on the need to drive customers off Windows 7, even Windows 8.1, so that everyone is on 10.

“They want to shrink the number of versions, and expand the number of editions. That’s a contradiction,” said Michael Cherry of Directions on Microsoft. And questions abound, Cherry added, ticking off a slew of omissions ranging from pricing and licensing details to upgrade paths and servicing channels.

Microsoft quietly introduced Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, limiting the rollout to Diaconu’s blog post. That was in contrast to the introduction of Windows 10 S in early May, which warranted a presentation by the company’s top Windows executive, Terry Myerson.

Although Microsoft labeled the new edition as “Pro” — a nod to the sole business-grade SKU sold at retail or preinstalled on new systems — the firm trumpeted the above-and-beyond-regular-Pro functionality and features as Windows Server-esque, saying it “comes with unique support for server grade PC hardware.”

Diaconu highlighted four areas that will distinguish the new edition from the standard Windows 10 Pro.

  • Support for up to four processors — Windows 10 Pro maxes out at two — and as much as 6TB of memory (maximum for Pro is a still-incredible 2TB), as well as support for server-grade silicon such as Intel’s Xeon and AMD’s Opteron.
  • Support for ReFS, or “Resilient File System,” whose most notable characteristic is its resiliency to data loss and corruption. ReFS, which debuted in Windows Server 2012, is currently suitable for data disks only; it cannot be used to store Windows’ system files.
  • Support for NVDIMM-N (Non-Volatile Dual In-line Memory Module), with the “N” indicating a hybrid of traditional DRAM and flash-based storage on the same physical module, typically a storage device. Because of the non-volatile component — meaning that the contents are maintained without electrical power — a storage device with NVDIMM-N can almost-instantly back up the contents of normal RAM when power is cut or interrupted.
  • Support for faster network adaptors via “SMB Direct,” another Windows Server 2012 feature. One application, according to Microsoft: “For workloads such as Hyper-V or Microsoft SQL Server, this enables a remote file server to resemble local storage.”

Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is set to launch alongside the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, aka 1709 in Microsoft’s yymm format. The update will probably begin reaching customers Sept. 9.

Windows 10 Pro inconsistencies

While Microsoft has presented Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, the edition is plagued with several inconsistencies, according to Directions’ Cherry.

“Microsoft says they want it to be highly reliable, but at the same time, they don’t tell us which support channel it will use,” said Cherry, referring to the release tracks the company offers customers for feature upgrades. “This will run on hardware with non-volatile RAM and a high-speed network interface card, but [will Microsoft say it must be] updated every six months with the latest release? If so, that’s a contradiction.”

Windows 10 is distributed in three such “channels,” including Insider, a frequently-updated development build; Semi-Annual Channel, an every-six-months-comes-an-upgrade track; and Long-term Servicing Channel, or LTSC, available only to customers running the Windows 10 Enterprise edition. A version of Windows 10 assigned to the LSTC may be left alone, serviced only by security updates, for as many as 10 years.

Cherry made multiple points on the subject. First, machines running Windows 10 Pro cannot be assigned to LTSC, but will be force fed upgrades every six months. Best case, companies will be able to skip just one of those upgrades annually. But Microsoft’s selling points for Windows 10 Pro for Workstations – reliability and stability – would seem to argue for the long-lived LTSC, not the constant churn of change required by the Semi-Annual Channel.

“I just don’t know how this will play out,” Cherry said.

He also wondered how systems running Windows 10 Pro for Workstations would mesh with Microsoft’s most advanced subscription services, including Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP). The service is restricted to E5-level subscription plans, and requires Windows 10 Enterprise. “Can you put an E5 subscription on this thing?” Cherry asked.

But what stood out is a more basic incongruity in Microsoft’s thinking. “We’ve been hearing from Microsoft that there are too many versions of Windows, that they’re too broad and too hard to service and support,” he said of the Redmond, Wash. company’s messaging.

Microsoft has been pushing customers, particularly commercial customers, toward Windows 10 and away from the stalwart Windows 7 (and to a lesser extent, Windows 8.1) more aggressively than in earlier cycles. Among the measures: unprecedented reductions of support for Windows 7 on new processors and the dispatch of decades-old patching practices.

“But then they’re expanding the number of editions,” Cherry said, giving a nod to Windows 10 S and the latest, Windows 10 Pro for Workstations. “They want to contract the number of versions but expand the number of editions.”

That made sense to Cherry on only one condition. “This [Windows 10 Pro for Workstations] is part of the continued monetization of Windows,” he said.

June 23, 2017

How to check the win10 version?

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:35 pm

Right click on this computer (or this computer), select properties from the pop-up menu, and in the subsequent “system” window, we’ll see the version information of Windows (Figure 1). However, this information is a crude version number. As shown in figure, the version number of the Windows 10 Pro version, we can only see that it is a professional version of Windows 10, and the detailed version number is not shown here.

1, display the internal version number

The same version of the Windows 10, and due to the different stages of the upgrade, there are minor versions of the difference. Press the Win+R key, and then enter the WINVER command in the run dialog box and execute. In the subsequent “Windows” information window, a more detailed internal version number is given

In addition, when you enter the CMD command in the running window and start the command prompt window, we first see the version number of Windows, which contains the internal version number (Figure 4). If you run the SLMGR/DLV command in the command prompt window, you can also see the version of the software license service in the pop-up window. Run the “SYSTEMINFO FINDSTR BUILD | command to filter out the Build to create a version number.

If the CMD is “piggyback” display internal version number, so there is a more formal order, that is the MSINFO32 command, the command is executed in the run box, the system will pop up information display window, the front two display is the Windows version of the system name and internal version number

June 18, 2017

Win10 ways to disable flash memory

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:46 pm
Many people do not want others to copy things on their computers for the sake of their own computer applications. And through persuasion of others as their own way to add a lock on the system, so that can not use flash. If you are using the Win10 system, you can implement this functionality through group policies.
First, use the Win + R combination shortcut key to open the run window, then type gpedit.msc and click OK to enter. Open the Group Policy Editor, find a local group policy editor, and then expand the computer configuration management templates – System – equipment installation – equipment installation limited, set on the right click: prohibit the installation of mobile devices.
Many people do not want others to copy things on their computers for the sake of their own computer applications. And through persuasion of others as their own way to add a lock on the system, so that can not use flash. If you are using the Win10 system, you can implement this functionality through group policies.
First, use the Win + R combination shortcut key to open the run window, then type gpedit.msc and click OK to enter. Open the Group Policy Editor, find a local group policy editor, and then expand the computer configuration management templates – System – equipment installation – equipment installation limited, set on the right click: prohibit the installation of mobile devices.
With this setup, no external USB mobile device can be installed on the system. If you want to undo this restriction, set the relevant option to disabled as long as you enter the project group policy entry as well.
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