“Online map finder my way” is detected as a potentially unwanted program that generates numerous pop-up ads. This pesky adware is able to add annoying plug-ins, toolbars, add-ons, extensions to the Internet browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari and Opera Mini).
“Online map finder my way” adware tries to mislead users with ads which pretend to be for user benefit but actually it is not so. You may want to know how does “Online map finder my way” get its way into your system. In fact, the adware makes its way in our PC through file sharing websites, spam or junk email attachments, peer-to-peer network sharing, unsafe downloads, malicious or dangerous websites, downloading of freeware or shareware from unverified websites or untrusted sites. “Online map finder my way” can modify system settings and occupy homepage of web browser. After successfully infiltrating in your system it reduces system performance with their malicious activities and downloads extra malware to the user PC and keeps on running in the background with their approval and notification. So it is very important to remove this threat as soon as its existence is recognized by the user. Download Free Scanner Tool From Below:
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Now that 2016 is well underway, you should review how well you protect your family and business computers, mobile devices and information in the new year.
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For most people, the Windows key (you know, the one with the flag on it?) just sits neglected on your keyboard. It was fairly well known when Vista was released that the then-new (and not yet reviled) OS included a new way to shuffle through open application windows. Using the Windows key while successively pressing the tab key displayed the Aero Flip 3-D view of your windows flying by in mid-screen. Well, that still works in Windows 7, though it’s probably just as convenient to stick with the less glitzy Alt-tab to switch through windows, or just choose the one you want from the now-bigger Taskbar.
But the Windows key does a lot more than this fancy scrolling. Windows 7 added a new way to hide all windows at once to reveal the desktop that involves moving the mouse pointer all the way down to the lower-right-hand corner of your screen. While that new Aero Peek is cool, sometimes you want a quicker way to view the desktop. For example, pressing Windows key + D reveals your desktop far quicker than moving the pointer to the corner. If you just want a peek, it’s even easier—hit Windows key + Spacebar.
You can find all 30 in Windows Help, but here are my favorite uses for the Windows key:
||Show the Desktop. Press again to bring back your open windows.
||Peek the desktop—releasing brings back all your displaying windows.
||Minimize all windows.
||Opens the window of the corresponding-numbered Taskbar button, starting from the left as 1, next 2, and so on.
||Open Computer window to show drives and their used space and devices in Explorer.
||Minimize all but the active window.
||Maximize window—this is probably just as easy to do with Aero by dragging the window header to the top of the screen or just double-clicking it.
||Stretch the window to the top and bottom of the screen.
|Windows+Shift+Left Arrow or Right Arrow
||Move a window from one monitor to another—this one is a little complicated, but if you use multiple monitors, it pays off.
||Lock the system—i.e., log out and require a log-in to use the system.
||Show display and projector options.
||Open Windows Mobility Center—You may not even know there’s such a thing as the Mobility Center, but it gives easy access to things like screen brightness and volume. It also lets presenters turn on an external display.
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