Story short, I use Google Drive to store my photos, migrated recently from Dropbox. Photos sync works, I can access them in the Cloud and synchronize them to the computer via Google Drive. Yet there is one issue with Windows 8/10. If you put Google Drive to the library or even add it to the Photos app, it will not generate or even bother to index them, not sure if this is Google or Microsoft issue, but fix is quite easy. Continue reading “Google Drive photos in the Windows Photos app”
When Windows 8 was released there were tons of going on in the internet. Some loved it some hated.
While Windows 8 was quite unusual to use, it was still working faster than Windows 7.
Windows launched update from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 which can be downloaded only (for some reason) from app store.
And here is where the “fun” started, as there were thousands of users who could not install it for unknown reason. Continue reading “Windows 8 to 8.1 update – Something happened and the Windows 8.1 couldn’t be installed please try again. Error code 0×80240031”
Windows 8.1 comes pre-installed with Metro Skype, do not know about you, but I personally hate it, but since you can remove it and install good old desktop version it was not a big deal.
However noticed that once desktop version was installed, it simply did not launched, even after deleting old files from %appdata% of Skype, during launch new files were created, but software would not launch.
In order to fix it, I had only to enable .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0) from Windows features and that did the trick.
Recently while searching ideas for new conky config I have found a quite nice way to make Windows 7 desktop to look like Windows Phone 7 or Windows 8. If you are interested you should watch official Ad of it, and if you like it, follow step bellow to use it:
Continue reading “Rainmeter – Windows Phone 7/ Windows 8 style desktop”