O/S abbreviated for Operating System is the backbone to run your computer. Either it be Windows, Linux, Unix, Free BSD or other platform, your computer needs Operating System to perform tasks.
Operating System is the bridge to connect your computer hardware and applications. The major operating systems used worldwide are Windows (Windows XP, Windows 7), Macintosh (default Operating System for Apple products), Linux (Free but most powerful yet).
These different operating systems do have different user interface, security, system and working environment. Hence, different tricks are required to tweak different Operating Systems.
The file Types tab in Explorer’s View / Options menu lets you edit most of your file types, but certain settings cannot be changed. The default action for a batch file, for instance, runs the batch file instead of opening it via Notepad or WordP...
Disabling Error Reporting Notification Tool in Windows XP
Whenever windows or an application crashe...