Friday, 29 July 2011

Disable system Restore_win 7 tips


The System Restore feature in Windows 7 is essentially a backup created at specific points in time of all your computer's settings. It is not--as some might think--a complete backup of all the data on your computer, but rather of important settings such as drivers and hardware configurations. Occasionally, you may find a need to disable System Restore--either for bug-fixing purposes or perhaps because the restore points are taking up too much space on your hard drive. Fortunately, Microsoft has made it relatively simple to accomplish this task.

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Install a Wireless Printer_win 7


As wireless connectivity technology has become more reliable and capable of carrying more traffic, printers have joined the list of wireless peripherals. This means that all of the computers on your network can share a single printer without a print server or USB cables. Windows 7 makes it simple to connect to a wireless printer by providing a wizard that guides you through the installation.

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Thursday, 28 July 2011

Add New Hardware_Win 7 tips


In the past, new hardware drivers could be installed by way of the Windows "Add Hardware Wizard" But user errors and miscues prompted Microsoft to delete this manual wizard for Windows 7. Instead, automatic Windows-operated downloads for device recognition and driver downloads are now the standard. Some hardware will still require user installation, but most other installs are handled by the Windows automated system of downloads and installations.

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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Remove old Windows Versions_win 7 tips

Remove Previous Windows Versions

If you upgrading to a new operating system or planning to perform a fresh installation of Windows on your PC, you should remove all previous versions of the Windows operating system. Deleting these previous versions of Windows will preserve as much space on your hard drive as possible.

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Monday, 25 July 2011

Friday, 22 July 2011

Win 7 Tips- Split Screen

Split Screen- Windows 7



Information

This article will show you how to easily split your screen in Windows 7. This split screen feature is new with Windows 7 and lets you view 2 screens side by side. Both screens are active so you can just move your mouse from screen to screen to work. Being able to view two documents or web sites side by side is an excellent feature in Windows 7.

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Change File Associations_win 7 tips



Have you ever tried to double-click on a file only to find it always opens in the wrong application? Sometimes when you install an application, it will covertly change the file association of one or more file types to use the new application. Or maybe you just prefer to use on program over another.

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Disable Auto Update Restart_win 7 tips




Windows 7 automatic updates help to keep your computer secure and up to date with the latest bug fixes and security patches. It highly recommended that you have it enabled, but can be really annoying when it continuously nags you to reboot your computer. The good news it is very easy to disable the auto-restart using Local Group Policy Editor.

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Thursday, 21 July 2011

Windows 7 Tips- Disable Aero Snap

Disable Aero Snap (and Switch Among Open Windows More Quickly)



Sometimes, automatic actions that are meant to be helpful can turn out to be frustrating if they aren’t doing what you are really trying to do.

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Monday, 11 July 2011

Windows 7 Tips - Vista Style Sidebar

Add the Vista Style Sidebar Back to Windows 7



INFORMATION:
This article will show you the way to get the Vista style side bar on your Windows 7 PC.

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Thursday, 7 July 2011

Hide Drives - Windows 7 Tips




If you’ve got drives in My Computer that you never access, such as a USB Flash drive that you are using solely for ReadyBoost, a floppy drive, or a network drive only used for a particular piece of software, then you might want to simply hide the drive from your computer.


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Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Friday, 1 July 2011

Starting WLAN AutoConfig Service - Windows 7 Tips



INFORMATION:

WLAN AutoConfig service is built-in tool in Windows 7 that can be used to detect and connect to wireless network, of course you need to have wireless adapter installed on computer. This built-in wireless network connection tool is the same as what you use in Windows Vista, and is similar to wireless zero configuration tool in Windows XP.



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