Editing Example 2

I edited a series of blog files originally written in Russian, translated into English by a non-native speaker. The author wanted an informal, conversational style, which I maintained throughout all of the documents. You'll also see in the final example some clarifications that the author wanted after some consultation with him.

Here are some example paragraphs.

Original text My corrections
There are several ways to create recovery images in Windows 8.1: but not of these ways are the same. In today's tutorial will describe how to create a complete system image (including all installed software and user files) using PowerShell, and then how to use the image to restore your system to its previous condition. There are several ways to create recovery images in Windows 8.1. In today's tutorial, I'll describe how to create a complete system image, including all installed software and user files using PowerShell. Then I'll show you how to use the image to restore your system to its previous condition.
Run Windows PowerShell as an administrator, which you can do by pressisng Windows+S and start typing “PowerShell” in search window. When you see the desired item in the list of programs found, click the right mouse button and select “Run as administrator”. First, make sure you are running Windows PowerShell as an administrator. Do this by pressing Windows+S and type “PowerShell” (without quotes) in the search window. The search will result in a list of programs. Find “Power Shell” in the list, click it with the right mouse button and select “Run as administrator” from the list of options presented.
If you send someone a big enough file, you may encounter a problem that you cannot do it via e-mail or some other usual ways. In addition, some online services for file transfer, provide these services on a fee basis. In this article, we review some free ways to do this free of charge and without registration needed. Sending large files via the internet can be problematic. Most email services have limits on the size of files that can be attached and sent. Of course, there are online file transfer services you can use, but most of these services charge a fee. In this article, we'll review some large file transfer methods that are free and don't require registration.
Among the most common types of questions concerned laptop drivers and its installation IT support faces are

  • Where do I download Windows 8 (7, 8.1, etc) drivers for my laptop model, could you please give a link
  • I've downloaded a file from some “download drivers” website and it doesn't install
Among the most common questions received by laptop and IT support personnel are:

  • Where can I find downloadable drivers for my Windows 8 (or 8.1, or 7.x, etc.) laptop?
  • I've downloaded a driver file from a web site but it won't install. What do I do now?
In theory, answer for the question about where to download and how to install laptop drivers should not be given too much, because in most cases it is obvious and does not cause any problems (there are exceptions for some models and operating systems). In this article I will try to answer the most frequently asked questions related to installing drivers in Windows 7 and Windows 8 (8.1). One would think that these would be rare questions, but one would be wrong. It's true, in a high percentage of cases, finding the correct driver, downloading, and installing it is easy and relatively foolproof. But even a tiny percentage in the world of millions of PCs is still a high number. Further, IT support professionals know that there are some laptop models and operating systems that are more problematic than others. In this article I will answer the most frequently asked questions related to installing drivers in Windows 7 and Windows 8 (8.1).

Example 1
Example 3
Example 4
Home