Free 100Gb of Microsoft Onedrive Cloud Storage for Dropbox users

Free 100Gb of Onedrive Cloud storage given by Microsoft for Dropbox users   Seems like microsoft are on good terms with dropbox. They are now giving out 100Gb of free cloud space for a period of one year.   Why are they giving 100Gb of  online storage for free? Well, it could be due to marketing awareness for their onedrive (or skydrive) which is not as well known as dropbox and google drive.   How to claim the free 100Gb of microsoft onedrive storage space without doing anything, other than applying? 1) Go to this link https://preview.onedrive.com/bonus   2) You will be prompted to sign into your microsoft account. It will be your hotmail.com or outlook.com email address. 3) After signing in, you will be prompted to save a file to dropbox     4)  After clicking on “save to dropbox” a window will pop up, asking us to login to dropbox. Of course, we have to sign in to dropbox to redeem the free 100Gb of space. If you are not a dropbox user, apply for dropbox account at the popup 5) After logging into dropbox, it will require us to save a file “Onedrive_GetStarted.pdf” into the “Save” Folder.   6) Save it and check back your Onedrive and be wowed!   See the above screenshot? Microsoft named it as enthusiast bonus. Sounds great!   Now u seen the camera roll bonus from my screenshot? I add a guide soon to get the free 15Gb from microsoft!...

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Windows 7 Code 43 USB Mass Storage Device Not Recognized

Need help for Windows 7 Code 43 error when u plug in a usb external hard disk and it is not recognized by the system? And the same usb device works fine on other pc system, but not the current system?   Here are some quick fixes to provide the solution to fix this issue! Quick Fix 1 to fix Windows 7 Code 43 Try changing USB port on the same system. Sometimes, the easiest method work!   Quick Solution 2 to solve error Code 43 Ensure that the usb external hard disk is not connected to a USB hub / splitter. If yes, connect directly to the mainboard. Back Panel on Desktops or Other USB ports, if u are using a notebook   Quick Fix 3 to fix Windows 7 error Code 43 1) Open up device manager 2) Disk drives 3) look for the usb storage device and select uninstall and remove the usb mass storage device physically by removing the cable from the system. 4) Restart the system and allow startup programs to load. Once loaded, connect the external drive again   Quick Fix 4 to solve Code 43 windows error Perform windows update and install all the important updates.   Quick Fix 5 to repair Windows 7 Code 43 1) Open up device manager 2) Expand Universal Serial Bus Controller 3) Right click on all items and uninstall all usb drivers u seen there. 4) Restart the system 5) Allow system to reinstall everything by itself after the restart * If your mouse is usb, system might not response.   Quick Fix 5  Go to our manufacturer website and update the mainboard chipset drivers to the latest version. If you are not sure of where to check your system model. Download CPUZ http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html and check the mainboard model.   Last Fix 6 to solve windows 7 code 43 error If everything else cant work after the above 5 fixes, try this. Power off the system and disconnect the power cable / adapter. Leave the system alone for 10 minutes. If you are using a laptop, remove the battery as well. Restart the system after 10 minutes and reconnect the USB...

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Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 7 That You Will Not Know

Windows 7 has been out since 2009 and we, being users, of the operating system, we might not have been aware of the following keyboard shortcut keys for windows 7, that could make our life easier. For our keyboard, most of us should actually notice that there is a windows logo button, typically on the bottom left, which when depressed, brings up the windows start menu.   By pressing the windows button together at the same time with other keys, u can save yourself quite a lot of effort with the mouse click with these windows hot keys DO note that the keys are meant to be pressed at the same time in order to get the shortcut to work Win + Up Arrow = Maximize current window Win + Down Arrow = reduce current maximized windows to windows mode, else it will minize current window. Win + Right Arrow / Left Arrow = Shift your current window from current postition to the left/right depending on the direction of the arrow. Win + Shift + Right / Left arrow = Move the entire window tot he left or the right screen (only for users on 2 or more physical monitors Win + space bar= Set all windows to transport and peek at desktop Win + D = Minize all windows and show the desktop win + (plus sign) = Zoom in at current window Win + (minus sign) = zoom out from current window Win + Home buttom = Keep current window but minize the rest, press again to restore Win + 1 = open first program on quick launch bar Win + 2 = open 2nd program on quick launch Win + 3 = open 3rd program, i guess u get the idea 🙂 Win + F = open up search Win + E = open up My Computer Win + R = open up the Run command Win + Pause = Bring out system properties to show general info about your PC   Ctrl + Shift + Esc = bring out Windows Task Manager Alt + Tab = Switch windows Alt  + tab (holding the Alt button) = Choose and switch existing application Win + Tab =...

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