Ever got tired of going through the various steps to shut down or hibernate your computer? This can be especially frustrating if you are in a hurry. If you are using a Windows 8 operating system, the recent interface changes can be held partially responsible for the time it takes to execute the shut down process. An ideal solution to this problem would be to place a tile shortcut on the Start screen. The tile should be configured in such a way that the user can directly shut down, restart or hibernate the computer in a single step.
Windows 8 support team can help you with the process of setting up a tile or icon on your desktop to perform the task. However, the steps involved are fairly simple and you can try them on your own before resorting to help from the Windows 8 support team.
The steps involved in the process are as listed below.
The hibernation function is constrained to the feasibility of the hardware. This function can be activated only if the hardware supports the same. Once you have completed all the above steps, go back to your Start screen. If the procedure was successful, you will find the short cut icon displayed on the screen. The title will be the one chosen by you during the procedure.
You have to keep the fact in mind that by following the above-mentioned procedure, you have enabled a one-step process. So performing a left click on the icon or tile will shut down, hibernate or restart your computer without confirmation. This process can prove useful to you whenever you want to shut down or restart your computer in a hurry!
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In Windows 8, Microsoft has distinguished between the language settings and regional settings and placed them into two different groups. You can access them both from the Control Panel of the computer. The new Languages list provides more language support than it did earlier. It also makes a provision for all users to change their display language. The following is the step-by step method to add or remove input languages in Windows 8 operating system, as instructed by the Windows 8 Support team.
How to change the display language in Windows 8
To change the Hot Keys for switching between input languages
However In Windows 8 there is the provision to add multiple languages to your Key board. This is given to facilitate the use of more than one language when there are multiple users to the same machine. This is the way you can make Windows 8 support multiple languages.
This is how you can manipulate the display language setting in the windows 8 OS. For other similar help regarding Windows 8, contact the MS tech support teams online. Alternatively browse the internet for tech resource websites that contain answers to any tech related questions you might have on the matter.
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Since we are all living in an environment consisting of family, friends, colleagues as well as other people, we should find out enough time to manage our events associated with them. It can be a hectic process to keep all these events in your memory and most times, you miss out one event or the other. Missing out an important event or appointment may ruin your official life as well your personal life. Therefore, it is very important to store all this piece of information under one place so that you can recollect it at the correct time. Windows 8 comes as a lifesaver for you as you can store and manage your calendar events with the help of the application named Calendar.
Windows 8 Calendar app
It sets the color of your different accounts automatically if you try to connect your Calendar app from the respective accounts. This helps you to differentiate the events from various accounts; however, some of these events can be very valuable for you. In that case, you should change the color of the corresponding events so that you can easily recognize it. You can manually set the colors or perform this task to reorganize your events efficiently as well.
Following tips will help you to change the color of your events without getting any assistance from Windows 8 support team.
You do not have to contact Windows 8 support to perform this simple task as you can utilize the above instructions to change the color settings yourself. Take up the challenge of performing this task and redefine your calendar events with a new look.
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The Windows 8 Mail application is the email program that comes bundled with the Windows 8 software. Like the other email programs like Gmail and Outlook, this email program is easy to use. When you want to connect to the Windows 8 mail application, you have to keep certain things handy, like a Gmail account. When your computer is connected to the internet, and you receive a mail, this is at once displayed on the start screen of your windows 8 email support. The start screen tile updates to show the latest unread message and the sender. To read the Email, windows 8 support has outlined the following procedure.
Read email on the Windows 8 Mail application
Undecided? : Leave the message as it is. Nothing should be done. The message sets up in the inbox folder.
Respond: Click the Respond button, which is located in the top -right corner. From the drop down menu choose “Reply”. A new window will come up for typing into. This window is furnished with the recipient’s name, and the subject of the message.
Reply All: When you have to address multiple recipients, you can reply by clicking “Respond” and Choosing “Reply All” from the dropdown menu.
Forward: When you want to forward a message to another person, click “Respond” and choose “Forward” from the dropdown menu to send it.
Delete: Press the Delete button to send the message to the Deleted Items folder. Click all the messages to be sent to the Deleted Items folder by clicking Delete.
This is the usual way of reading Email in windows 8 App. Like most of the earlier email applications, Windows 8 mail application is also far from fulfillment. Therefore, Microsoft still releases update versions as part of Windows 8 support.
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Windows 8 is the latest operating system developed by Microsoft. As expected, it has lots of improved features and functionalities when compared to Windows 7. The response from users to this operating system has been really impressive. However there were several issues reported by the users regarding hardware compatibility. This article contains detailed information as explained by the Windows 8 support team regarding the same.
Windows 8 support instructions
So that’s how you go about resolving hardware compatibility issues on your Windows 8 computer. For further assistance, feel free to contact the Windows 8 support team.
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