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Windows 10 AIO 22 in 1 32/64 Bit ISO

Windows 10 Final AIO (22 in 1) ISO


Windows 10 is the latest and probably the hottest release from Microsoft. This operating system has been considered as the best Windows Operating System yet as it has got lots of new features and applications. This operating system has been planned with great care and executed with flamboyant manner. Windows 10 has come up on 29th July, 2015 in many versions like Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Education, Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Enterprise etc. You can also download Windows 10 All in One Multiple Editions ISO.

Features of Windows 10 AIO 22 in 1 32 & 64 Bit ISO
  • Enhanced functionalities.
  • Planned with extensive care.
  • Executed with flamboyant manner.
  • Includes 22 Windows 10 versions.
  • No changes were made in Windows 10.
  • No registry settings were modified.
  • No new programs were added.
  • Improved Start menu.
  • Resizable live tiles from Windows 8 has been retained.
  • Can set alarms and record notes with Cortana.

Windows 10 AIO 22 in 1 32/64 Bit ISO Details
  • Software: Windows 10 All in One 22 in 1 x86 x64
  • Setup File: Windows_10_AIO_22in1_x86_x64.iso
  • Setup Size: 5.9 GB
  • Setup Type: Official Untouched ISO
  • Compatibility Architecture: 32 Bit (x86) / 64 Bit (x64)
  • Latest Version Release Date: 22nd Aug 2015

Windows 10 32 Bit (x86)
1. Windows 10 Home (x86)
2. Windows 10 Home N (x86)
3. Windows 10 Home Single Language (x86)
4. Windows 10 Pro (x86)
5. Windows 10 Pro N (x86)
6. Windows 10 Education (x86)
7. Windows 10 Education N (x86)
8. Windows 10 Enterprise (x86)
9. Windows 10 Enterprise N (x86)
10. Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB (x86)
11. Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB N (x86)


Windows 10 64 Bit (x64)
1. Windows 10 Home (x64)
2. Windows 10 Home N (x64)
3. Windows 10 Home Single Language (x64)
4. Windows 10 Pro (x64)
5. Windows 10 Pro N (x64)
6. Windows 10 Education (x64)
7. Windows 10 Education N (x64)
8. Windows 10 Enterprise (x64)
9. Windows 10 Enterprise N (x64)
10. Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB (x64)
11. Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB N (x64)


Windows 10 AIO 22 in 1 32/64 Bit ISO Downloads:

 Download Here


 Download Here

Windows 10 Activations:
>> How to Activate Windows 10 


VMware Workstation 12 Pro

VMware Workstation 12 Pro Full Version:


Introducing Workstation 12 Pro
VMware Workstation 12 Pro continues VMware’s tradition of delivering leading edge features and performance that technical professionals rely on every day when working with virtual machines. With support for the latest version of Windows and Linux, the latest processors and hardware, and the ability to connect to VMware vSphere and vCloud Air, it's the perfect tool to increase productivity, save time and conquer the cloud.


Built for Microsoft Windows 10 and More
Workstation 12 Pro is the best way to evaluate and test Windows 10 with your existing Windows or Linux PC. In a few simple steps you can easily install Windows 10 in a virtual machines from a disc or ISO image using the Workstation Virtual Machines Wizard. With Workstation 12 Pro you can start taking advantage of Windows 10 latest features like Cortana the personal digital assistant, inking capabilities in the new Edge web browser, or even start building Universal Apps for Windows 10 devices. You can even ask Cortana to launch VMware Workstation right from Windows 10.


For organizations and technical users that run the latest Linux distributions, Workstation 12 Pro supports Ubuntu 15.04, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1, Fedora 22, and many more. You can even create nested hypervisors to run Hyper-V or VMware ESXi and vSphere to build up the ultimate vSphere lab for training, show demos, and testing. Workstation 12 Pro has added support for VMware Photon so you can start building and experimenting with containerized application running in a virtualized environment.

Ready for High Resolution Displays:
Workstation 12 Pro has been optimized to support high resolution 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) displays for Desktops and QHD+ (3200x1800) displays used in laptops and x86 tablets providing you with a crisp and detailed experience. Workstation 12 Pro now supports multiple monitors on the host with different DPI settings so you can run your brand new 4K UHD display along with your existing 1080P HD display.


Create Powerful Virtual Machines:
With Workstation 12 Pro, you can create virtual machines with up to 16 vCPUs, 8 TB virtual disks, and 64 GB of memory to run the most demanding desktop and server applications in a virtualized environment. You can give graphics-intensive applications an additional boost by allocating up to 2GB of video memory to a virtual machine.


What’s New:
  • Ready for Microsoft Windows 10, Ubuntu 15.04, RHEL 7.1, Fedora 22
  • Microsoft DirectX 10 Support
  • OpenGL 3.3 Support
  • 4K Monitor Support
  • Host multi monitor support with different DPI settings
  • Automatic VM suspend upon host shutdown
  • IPv6 NAT Support Yes Tear Away Tabs
  • vCloud Air Power Operations (On, Off, Suspend, Resume)
  • P2V – Migrate Windows 10 PC to VM
  • USB 3.0 Support in Windows 7
  • Over 39 new features

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4 for Windows 10

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4 for Windows 10

Quickly tweak Windows 10 for better performance, security and accessibility

The Windows Club has released Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.0 for Windows 10 users. The lightweight, portable freeware tool makes it easy to tweak various aspects of Windows that usually hidden away or require access to Registry editor or Group Policy Editor. The latest build of Ultimate Windows Tweaker comes with over 200 tweaks which is an increase of 20 percent over the Ultimate Windows Tweaker 3.1.2, Like its predecessors, it’s a portable tool.

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4:

The program divides up its many tweaks into seven sections: Customization, User Accounts, Performance, Security & Privacy, Internet Explorer, Context Menu and Additional Tweaks. Each section then divides up its numerous tweaks into clearly defined tabs. Select one of these and make sure you click Create Checkpoint before you start experimenting so you’ve got a System Restore point to roll back to if necessary.
Most of the tweaks make sense just tick the box to enable one, select an option from the drop-down menu or use a slider to change timings. You can add useful shortcuts to right-click menus, tweak hidden parts of Windows and fine-tune your system for better performance.

Download Link:
 Download Here


Windows 10 Upgrade Installation

Windows 10 - Upgrade Installation

Windows 10 Free Upgrade Offer:
If you’re running Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 Update, in most cases, you’ll be able to keep your Windows settings, personal files, and most apps when you upgrade to Windows 10. During the upgrade, setup will let you know if there’s anything that’ll be removed—but it’s always a good idea to back up your files before you start upgrading.

Windows 10 System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows 7 OR Windows 8.1
  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
  • RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
  • Hard disk space: 16 GB
  • Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
  • Display: 800x600 screen resolution
  • Internet access to activate
  • Click Here for More Details

>>  Download Windows 10 For Free

To Upgrade to Windows 10 with an ISO file:
  • Windows 8, 8.1, or 10, mount the ISO file.
  • Windows 7, you will need to Extract the files in the ISO to a new folder on your desktop, open the folder.
  • Open Bootable Windows 10 USB / DVD

Windows 10 Upgrade Steps:
  • Run the Setup.exe file to start Windows 10 Setup

  • Windows 10 Setup will now start preparing.
  • Select  Download and install updates OR Not Right Now, and click on Next.

  • Windows 10 Setup will now start getting things ready.

  • Click on Accept for the license terms.

  • Windows 10 Setup will now check for and install any available updates.
  • Windows 10 Setup will now check compatibility to make sure you're ready to install.

  • When ready, click on Install to start upgrading to Windows 10

  • If you would like to change what you keep in the upgrade, then click on the Change what to keep link, choose what to keep, click on Next,

  • Windows 10 Setup will now start upgrading Windows.

NOTE: During the installation process, your screen may flash and computer will restart a few times.
  • When ready, click on Next.
  • When you reach this point, click on Use Express settings OR Customize settings for how you want to set these settings,


# Click on Customize settings

  • Turn On or Off the Personalization and Location settings you would like, and click on Next. (Turn Off Everything)


  • Turn On or Off the Browser and protection and Connectivity and error reporting settings that you want, and click on Next.
    (Turn Off Everything)

  • Windows will now check for an Internet connection.

  • Click on Next

(Wait for Sometime)
Windows 10 is Ready to use

  • Make sure that you have the correct time zone, date, and time set.

If you like, you could use Disk Cleanup to delete the Windows upgrade log files, Previous Windows installation, and Temporary Windows installation files items to free up the large amount of space that they take on your hard drive.

This step will delete the C:\$Windows.~BT and C:\Windows.old folders.

# Also Delete SoftwareDistribution Folder:

> Navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download and delete whatever is inside this folder.

If you delete the Windows.old folder, you will no longer be able to go back to a Previous version of Windows.

>>  How to Delete Windows.old Folder in Windows 10 


Transparent Command Prompt in Windows 10

Transparent Command Prompt in Windows 10

New features on Command Prompt in Windows 10
  • The Command Prompt gets several architecture update. Since Windows Vista, all console functionality has lived in this single conhost executable. The primary function of Conhost.exe now is to load either a DLL containing the original console or one that contains our new code.
  • The Command Prompt windows can now go full-screen 80 characters wide was just fine. You can grab the edge and pull the console window wider. Clicking on the Maximize button will make it go full-screen.
  • Word wrap has been.
  • Click-and-drag selection will understand and select line by line. If you need to select in block mode, simply hold down the ALT key when starting a selection.
  • Improved keyboard editing and selection
  • Text selection and editing keys introduced
  • The quick-edit mode enabled by default.
  • Console windows can now be semi-transparent.

# Make CMD transparent in Windows 10:

Start (Right Click) > Command Prompt (Admin) > Right-click on the title bar and select Properties.


Under the Colors tab,
You can set the transparency by moving the slider. The minimum opacity allowed is 30%. Using this setting, you can make the console window semi-transparent.


Fix 'No Wi-Fi Available' After Windows 10 Upgrade

Fix No wireless (WiFi) networks are available after you upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10


After you upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, no wireless networks are listed as available. This is true even though the wireless network adapter seems to function correctly. If you restart the computer or you try to reinstall the wireless network adapter driver, this does not fix the problem.

This problem may also prevent wired Ethernet connections from functioning correctly. This affects connections that are made through either a built-in Ethernet adapter or a USB Ethernet adapter.

“This issue may occur if older VPN software is installed on Windows 8.1 and is present during the upgrade to Windows 10. Older software versions contain a Filter Driver (the Deterministic Network Enhancer) which is not properly upgraded, leading to the issue.”  -Microsoft

How to fix No Wi-Fi Available in Windows 10:

Method 1:  (Automatic fix)

To fix this issue automatically, follow these steps:
  • Download the  Troubleshooter
  • When you are prompted, tap or click Open.
  • Note If you receive a security prompt, select Yes to start the troubleshooter.
  • In the window that opens, follow the instructions to run the troubleshooter.

Method 2  (Manual fix)

To fix this issue manually, follow these steps:
  • Open an administrative Command Prompt window.
  • Run the following commands:

    reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f
  • Now enter this command, and press Enter once more:

    netcfg -v -u dni_dne

  •  Restart Computer.

 Method 3: 

If this does not work for you, Create a  System Restore Point  and then
  • Start (Right Click) > Run > regedit >OK  (to open the Registry Editor)
  • Navigate to the following registry key:

  • If it Exists, Delete it.
# It basically does the same thing as the ‘reg delete‘command,

## Restart your computer and check back with your Wi-Fi settings.
All networks around you should now be visible and you should be able to connect to them easily.


Fix 'The Hosted Network Couldn’t Be Started' in Windows

How To Fix 'The Hosted Network Couldn’t Be Started' in Windows

Method 1:
  • Open 'Device Manager' and click on 'View' > 'Show Hidden Devices'
  • Now navigate to 'Network Adapters' and browse to 'Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter'
  • Right click on it and choose 'Enable'
Now the hosted network is connected.


Method 2 :
  • Go To Control Panel > Select 'System and Security'
  • Then 'System' > 'Device Manager'
  • Open Run and type devmgmt.msc and hit enter.
  • Now 'Device Manager' window will open.
    • Select and expand the Network adapters from the list of devices.
  • Now Find your wireless network adapter and right-click on it and select 'Properties'

Note : If your Wi-Fi adapter is not listed in the device manager you might need to restart your computer. The below 2 next steps are not really required, what you need to do is to enable your device now.
  • Select the 'Power Management' tab.
  • Make sure Under the 'Power Management' tab, the following option is checked (enabled):

    Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power
  • If not just Enable it and click ok.
# Now restart your PC and try sharing your Wi-Fi. In most cases this steps will fix the problem.



How to Protect Your Facebook Account:

How to Protect Your Facebook Account from Hackers

# How to Activate Facebook Security:

Go to your  Facebook Account Settings  page.

# General Account Settings:

(Add a secondary email ID to your account)

In case your profile is hacked, Facebook will send account recovery information to the secondary email ID also. Before these steps, understand the privacy policy of Facebook.


Change Password:
Change your passwords regularly and use unique passwords. Don’t forget to activate your login notifications.
If you're logged into your Facebook account, you can change your password from your settings.
  • Click Password
  • Type your Current and New, Retype new Password
  • Click Save Changes
    Then Select Log Out Other Devices
  • Click Continue

# Security Settings:

Login Alerts:
Under "Login Notifications" you can select 'Get Notifications', 'Email' and 'Text Message Notification'
Facebook will notify you when your account is accessed from a computer or mobile device that you haven't used before.

Trusted Contacts:  (For Recover Facebook Account)
There are a few things to keep in mind when deciding who to choose as a trusted contact. Remember that you’ll need to be able to contact them when you are locked out of Facebook, so don’t choose anyone you only know through the social network and do not have other contact details for.

Your Browsers and Apps:
Trusted Browsers includes a list of the browsers and devices (ex: your computer, your iPhone) that you've logged in from before and marked as trusted. You won't get notified about logins or have to confirm your identity from these devices.

You can view and edit the list of browsers, phones and tablets linked to your Facebook account


Where You're Logged In
Facebook keeps a security log that lists your recently active Facebook sessions. This log displays the Web browser, operating system and IP address used to access the service, as well as the city where the user logged in (based on the IP address). If you're wondering if someone else is logging in to your Facebook account, check the log to see if it confirms your suspicions.

# Privacy Settings:

Who can look me up?

1. Who can look you up using the email address you provided?
 >  Friends

2. Who can look you up using the phone number you provided?
 >  Friends


  • Never share your passwords with anyone including your friends and family.
    Browsing through a secure connection is always advisable.

  • Don’t get your news feed flooded with suspicious links. Ensure that you don’t click on any links of games, apps, and others that you are not sure of. Avoid permitting third party apps accessing your information. If you are not using any apps, it’s better to disable or remove those apps.
  • Ensure that you accept only persons you know as your friends as when you accept strangers, you allow them to access your personal information. It’s always better to avoid posting any financial or personal details.
  • Keep Your PC Security Updated. Nowadays one of the easiest processes to hack a Facebook account is phishing attacks. That's why always use a trusted antivirus program to detect those phishing sites. Besides it will help you to keep harmful keyloggers off your computer. And most importantly never forget to update its database. Ever. In addition to updating antivirus, keep your Firewall switched on and updated, use latest version of your favorite browser and download OS security updates regularly.

# Report Phishing Pages:

If you believe you've encountered a page designed to look like another page in an attempt to steal users' personal information, please complete the form below to report the page to the Google Safe Browsing team.

 Report Phishing Page



Fix Windows 10 Update Error 0x80080008

Fix Microsoft Update Error Code 0x80080008 while installing Windows Updates

Windows Update receive the following error message:

There were some problems installing updates, but we'll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help: (0x80080008)

Windows Update:


How to Fix Windows 10 Update Error 0x80080008
Method 1:

First, run the Microsoft Fix it.
Fix the problem with Microsoft Windows Update that is not working

This option Shows “Service Registration is missing or corrupt”.

Method 2:

Also, follow these steps to start the Windows Update service
Start (Right Click) > Command Prompt (Admin) > Yes

net start bits


Windows Update server:

  • Stop the Windows Update service:
    net stop wuauserv
  • Type the following to re-register the concerned DLL file:
    regsvr32 %windir%\system32\wups2.dll
  • Finally, restart the Windows Update service:

    net start wuauserv

## This helps resolve your issue.

Method 3:

Open Command Prompt (Admin)


This finished successfully and found no errors.


Method 4:

Open Notepad, copy this into it and save it as a  WinUpdateFix.bat  file on Desktop.


After running this batch script, it finished with no visible errors. Then reboot

Method 5:

Start a Command prompt in administrator mode and use this command:

dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth

Let it finish running, then reboot and try updates again.


Fix 'We couldn't complete the Updates' Error in Windows 10

FIX "We couldn't complete the updates Undoing changes Don't turn off your computer" Error in Windows 10

Windows 10 Update KB3081424 Causing Endless Reboot Loop

Microsoft has rolled out a cumulative update for Windows 10 KB3081424 that contains security fixes. The Update was actually meant to fix several issues related to VPN, Cortana, AMD Drivers, Explorer stability and other fixes so as to enhance the stability of the operating system. But, the users are reporting issues while installing this update for the new Operating system who tried to install that update on their devices caused endless reboot issue.
You can now Download KB3081424 Windows 10 Update.
It downloads and starts reboot to install. The updates gets installed to some percent and again reboots. The same thing repeats and lastly it shows “Something went wrong so uninstalling the update.” The issue is mainly caused by invalid user SID entries in the Windows Registry. This way the updates are not installed properly and here is the solution to fix this issue.

How to Fix this Issue?


Method 1:

Follow the below steps to fix the issue using Windows Registry.

It is recommended that you create a System Rrestore Point or backup before making changes to your Windows registry.

  • Initially, Press Windows + R key that opens RUN window.
  • Type regedit in the box and click OK.
  • It then redirects to a new window Registry Editor in which you need to navigate through the following Registry KEY.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList
  • Navigate using the above key wherein you find list of all user profiles that exist on the machine.
  • The entries S-1-5-18, S-1-5-19 and S-1-5-20 are used by the system and they must be left alone.
  • If you have more than one i.e., S-1-5-21* entry, this must be removed by right clicking on that and click on Delete so that you may be able to fix the issue.
  • Click on each profile starting with S-1-5-21 to link it to a user account on the system.
  • You can do so by looking at the Profileimagepath value after selecting the account.
  • Make sure you do not delete the admin profile.
  • Delete the keys of all selected accounts and then Restart the computer.

In this way you can fix the Windows 10 KB3081424 update issue. Try the above process and fix the issue. If it works then it would be fine, or else, if you wish, you can restore your computer back to the created System Restore Point.

Method 2: (Hide KB3081424 Update)

How to temporarily prevent a Windows or driver update from reinstalling in Windows 10

To uninstall an unwanted Windows Update:
  • Type “View Installed Updates” in the Search box and then click on View Installed Updates – Control Panel from the Search results.
  • To uninstall the unwanted update, select it from the list and then click Uninstall.

Hide Updates:

To temporarily prevent the driver or update from being reinstalled until a new driver or updated fix is available, a troubleshooter is available that provides a user interface for hiding and showing Windows Updates and drivers for Windows 10. You can obtain and run the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter by downloading it from the Microsoft Download Center.

Download & Run:
Download "Show or hide updates" Troubleshooter

The KB 3081424 update was the third Windows 10 update and the previous two also caused problems. The first update automatically installed new drivers that caused issues for people that have multiple monitor setups and Nvidia graphics cards.
The second update which is known as KB 3074681 caused the Windows Explorer file system to crash repeatedly for many users.

Method 3:

Troubleshoot Problems with installing updates

Here are solutions to some common problems with installing updates.
You might be able to automatically fix some problems by running the Windows Update Troubleshooter

More Info

# Disable Windows Updates:
>>  Disable Auto Windows Updates & Auto Restart