Having an Android smart phone means you are probably one of the users who are impulsive when it comes to loading their smart phones with dozens of applications. Installing a lot of applications might seem like a fancy thing, but in real it slows down your phone and takes a lot of unwanted space, specially when you are not even using the applications. Uninstaling a single application is a pretty easy thing to do. But if you find yourself in a situation with a lot of applications you want to remove, and your phone is not rooted, here’s an extremely convenient way to uninstall multiple, unwanted apps. All you would need to do is download ES File Explorer from Google Play Store and follow the guide below. Continue Reading →
Have you ever fallen short of space on your primary partition to force yourself to choose a different install location? If you have had large applications installed on the default Windows Program Files folder, you would have had to move applications to a new location by reinstalling them in order to make room for other things.
Well, if you are tired of doing this process, we have a solution for you. Using a tool called SymMover, you can actually move applications to spacious destinations without uninstalling and reinstalling them. Let us see what this means!
When you choose to move an application using SymMover, it creates a symbolic link between the original and new location. While Windows still thinks that the application is as it was, it now resides at a different place. It really comes in handy when trying to resolve disk space problems.
SymMover can not just move applications, but it can also move directories as well.
A short while ago, Microsoft released the first Service Pack for Windows 7. It consisted of a compilation of all previous updates to Windows 7 along with many new patches and updates. Most of the Windows 7 users should have installed it by now.
However, sometimes after installing the Service Pack, you may have found yourself facing a few problems like slow performance, random crashes, etc. If you have faced any of this, you might want to uninstall the service pack.
In this article, we look at two methods of uninstalling the Service Pack. A word of caution – if you have deleted the SP1 backup files either manually or via disc cleanup, you will not be able to remove SP1.
It doesn’t matter if you have the fastest processor on the market or RAM in excess of 4 gigs, you computer will slow down after a certain amount of use. Today, I’m going to run you through a 5 step process to clean your computer of the leftovers you may have from the various applications you installed then uninstalled to bring its performance as close as possible to when you first bought it.
Let’s get started!