Archive for November, 2013

[Windows 8] How to Windows 8 Complete Shutdown

By Tomokazu Kizawa - Last updated: Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Windows 8/8.1’s default state shut down is not Completely shut down.One thing can start faster next time to Hibernate.Kernel to disk image. If hardware changes and behavior are unstable and completely shut down the start and you want to how to do a complete shutdown. Of course I usually don’t need. Is there some way to completely shut down the way, introducing them one thing here. (I’m sorry. Japan language display screen only. Out the charm. (Press the Windows key + c in key operations. Click Setting. Click Power. Click “Shut down” with press “SHIFT” Key. In this PC will shut down completely. Also the screen like below and select […]

[Surface] How to take a screen shot of the surface

By Tomokazu Kizawa - Last updated: Sunday, November 24, 2013

It is how to take a screenshot on the surface.Surface keyboard (Touch Cover and Cover Type together) is equivalent to the Print Screen key is not.If you take screen shots takes the method described below. Surface touch-sensitive Windows logo mark.Windows logo and the side volume button (-) press at the same time.It is at the same time press the timing difficult.Hold the Windows mark first with your fingers.The volume buttons (-) press. If you like this will work. An instant dark screen to return to the original. You can then screen shot. Screen shots are saved where?Screenshot saved in the screen shot folder in pictures folder .  

Blog Start!!

By Tomokazu Kizawa - Last updated: Sunday, November 24, 2013

Hello! I am Tomokazu Kizawa. I live in Japan.My Work is software enginner at electronics companies of Japan.   I deliver podcasts about Microsoft Technology and products.(in japanese)Podcast program deliver every week. I am awarded the Microsoft MVP.MVP category is Windows Expert IT-Pro. I introduced at the site of the Microsoft MVP Spotlights.   This blog provides Microsoft product and technology topics.I will speak also in the Japan market circumstances. Best regards to you all!