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How To Stop svchost.exe(netsvcs) From Automatic Continuous Downloading

It annoys a lot if you have a limited bandwidth internet connection or a slower one, and some background processes are eating up your data as well as lowering surfing speed. I have the same problem with my laptop having Windows 7 – 32 bit installed in it. I noticed a service named ‘svchost.exe (netsvcs)’ is the reason behind this mess, so I started doing various experiments to stop the service so that it will stop eating my internet bandwidth.

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How To Increase USB Flash Drive File Transfer Speed

Many times, while transferring data from your computer to your USB drive, you wont get satisfactory file transfer speed. This happens due to slow transfer rate of USB. To solve this problem you might have tried restarting your computer, unplug or plug-in USB and formatting it but even after this you might have found the same result. But the USB Speed can easily be optimized if you follow the right steps.

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How To Disable The Error Report Sent To Microsoft in Windows XP/7

Most of the times while using a Windows XP or Windows 7 pc, sudden crash of an application pops up a small error window. This error window is used to report Microsoft about the cause which crashed the application in your operating system due to any reason. This actually helps Microsoft to study the error which crashed the application and then to solve that particular error. This feature can be easily disabled by going through following simple steps

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How to Update Windows OS Without Internet Connection

Microsoft frequently releases Security and other essential updates for windows. These updates fix newly discovered bugs and increases efficiency and protection of Windows OS. If you don’t have internet connection or have slower internet then you can’t get the updates directly from microsft. instead you have to use a third party application called Autopatcher.

AutoPacher allows you to download for your windows Operating system and saves it for offline installation. This gives you the liberty to update any computer without internet connection.

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Windows 8 Developer Preview is Here

If you’re keen on checking out how Windows 8 works and you’re not too keen about watching yet another video – you’re in luck. Microsoft has released the official Windows 8 Developer Preview to the public. Now anybody can install Windows 8 on their computers and give the Metro user interface a spin. You can even install this on a Windows 7 tablet and give yourself a free upgrade – however there are some things you should know about this build.

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