How To Use Google Earth Flight Simulator: Controls & Guidelines

Every Google Earth version since the one released in August 2007 has an in-built flight simulator. It uses Google Earth satellite images to provide users with a more detailed environment making it a realistic experience. At present, only 2 aircraft models (Cirrus SR-22 & F-16 Fighting Falcon) and a number of selected airports can be used. Controlling the aircraft, flying it and landing it might seem a bit difficult at the very beginning, but once we get the hang of it, it can be a lot of fun. In this step-by-step tutorial, we will discuss how to go about the flight simulator and how to control the aircraft to provide users with a much better experience. Continue reading “How To Use Google Earth Flight Simulator: Controls & Guidelines”

How To Open DAT Files (including Winmail.dat)

Often, we come across an unknown file type with a .DAT extension which our computer fails to open. These types of files are generally received through emails, as while re-routing an email, often the extension types of the attachments are saved to .DAT by default. Continue reading “How To Open DAT Files (including Winmail.dat)”

USB Device Not Recognized : Windows 8 Fix

While using Windows 8, it often happens that the computer fails to detect an USB device plugged into its USB port and shows an error. It generally shows as a pop up in the bottom right corner of the screen and reads : “USB Device Not Recognized: One of the USB devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned, and Windows does not recognize it.”

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