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Windows 8

Posted on October 22, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

A first look at the new ‘Windows 8’ user interface. Developers: Learn how to take advantage of the future of Windows at the Build Conference: http://www.buildwindows.com/ The main feature that was shown is the extensively redesigned user interface, optimized for touch as well as use with mice

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Shared Folders in a Single Interface

Posted on October 21, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

To manage all your shared folders, use one of the Microsoft sap-ins. Click Start > Run and type ‘fsmgmt.msc’ and press Enter. This will show you all your shared folders in a single window. You can also see the other computers which are connected and what files they have opened and you can also

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More power: Exchanging Software and Drivers

Posted on October 18, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: , , , , , |

Spring Clean for Better Performance Start the big clean by removing the old drivers and unnecessary software. Replace unnecessarily bloated programs with sleeker alternatives. 1. Uninstall Old and Unneeded Programs and Softwares The greed for software can be overwhelming at times: ‘Quickly

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Active programs on the welcome screen

Posted on October 17, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

One of you might face this problem, when the Windows Welcome Screen appears it also reveals how many programs are still active and have been opened by the user the last working session before. How could we get rid the display of active programs? Edit the counter ‘ProgramCount’ through the

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Windows 8

Posted on October 16, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

A first look at the new ‘Windows 8’ user interface. Developers: Learn how to take advantage of the future of Windows at the Build Conference: http://www.buildwindows.com/ The main feature that was shown is the extensively redesigned user interface, optimized for touch as well as use with mice

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Windows Vista SP1

Posted on October 15, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

Performance: Vista is considerably faster with Service Pack 1 Copying file much faster No more interference and interruption in audio-video playback Notebook’s battery could hold much longer Security: Better data encryption – improve BitLocker (Ultimate and Enterprise only) Better updates

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Superscript

Posted on October 12, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

Formatting text to superscript and subscript within seconds… Go to ‘Format’ > ‘Font’ and select superscript or subscript each time could be quite frustrating and time consuming…here what you could do: For superscript: first select the text and then press ‘Ctrl + Shift ++’ For subscript:

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Better Performance Step 1

Posted on September 29, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

Spring Clean for Better Performance Start the big clean by removing the old drivers and unnecessary software. Replace unnecessaryly bloated programs with sleeker alternatives. 1. Uninstall Old and Unneeded Programs and Softwares The greed for software can be overwhelming at times: ‘Quickly

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Stay Up-To-Date Automatically

Posted on September 24, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

Windows should be up to date with the latest patches from Microsoft. Don’t know when and where to get these patches from? Don’t know how to automate this process? Automatic updates in Windows XP ensures that your computer is always up to date. Windows XP checks Windows Update for the latest

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turn off the vista

Posted on September 18, 2017. Filed under: Windows | Tags: |

Different way to turn off the pc in Vista. Add the ‘Shut Down’ function to the turn off button. Click Control Panel > ‘Power Options’. Double click ‘Power Options’, select ‘Change Plan Settings’ for any of the plans you are using. Click ‘Change Advanced Power Settings’. Click ‘Power buttons and

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