If you don't like the new Windows 7 taskbar, this is how you can make it look like the one in Windows Vista.
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Windows 7 has more themes than it shows and this is how you can enable them all! Four new beautiful themes are available: South Africa, Great Britain, Australia and Canada.
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This is a introduction to the Aero Shake feature in Windows 7. We also give you the option to disable it if you don't like it.
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If you like a clean Desktop and you're using some alternative way to start your programs (Start Menu, Windows Sidebar, other sidebar-like software) then this is the option for you.
If you want to check if your computer is online from the web, this is a safe way to do it, instead of disabling the firewall. Although opening ports can't be safe for your computer, the ping port (ICMP ECHO REQUEST) is not dangerous for your system.
This is a very dangerous option, only to be used by advanced users. More info on our website.
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In Windows Vista you can hear the startup sound even if you disable the Windows Sounds. In earlier beta version of Windows Vista this sound was mandatory, from marketing point of view....
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In this video tutorial you will learn how to get rid of that boring Live Search engine from Internet Explorer and unleash the real power of Google or any provider you want.
As example in this video I added Google, weather.com and wikipedia.org, but you can add a wide variety of providers, even custom ones!
Usually an attack is made by trying to guess the users password. It can be a dictionary attack, when the hacker tries to guess the password from a list of common words, or a brute force attack, when random letters are send until the passwords match. Either way, this is how you can lock the account after a specified number of unsuccessful logon attempts, so that the attacker can't force his way into your computer.
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This is a way to add some performance to you hard drive.
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This is how you can adjust the window border size to any value. We personally like it thinner, but it can be customized to whatever you like. :)
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Desktops is a must have software for any user with a clogged desktop. It's only 62KB in size, which makes it a lightweight champion amongst other virtual desktop software.
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We will use a feature of Windows Vista called "Performance Information and Tools" to find what slows down your computer.
Internet Connection sharing is a nice tool that comes preinstalled with your Windows Vista and allows you to share your DSL of high speed internet connection with other computers or networks.
After digging up the internet we've decided to create our own tutorial on the subject.
Why? Because all you find are these complicated tutorials with no point whatsoever!
This tutorial will show how you can boot from your USB flash pen and install Windows. This is very useful on a computer or laptop with a broken or missing CD(DVD) Drive.
A recent study showed that over 60% of virus or worm infections are caused by the users negligence when opening files received as attachment to an email, by some instant messaging client or a download software. It's a very old method that still works! A virus renames itself as "picture.jpg.exe", use a picture icon and some unsuspected user is fooled!
Task Scheduler comes pre-installed with your copy of Windows and it's used for starting programs at specified times or with specified triggers. You can run tasks daily, weekly, yearly or just one time.
Now I know there are hundreds of little programs that can shutdown your computer, but why install another program and burden your registry and hard-drive, when the solution is already at hand?
As I said, Task Scheduler is for starting tasks, so one might wonder how can it be used for shutting down a computer. Well, you see, there's actually a little program that sits in your Windows folder, called "shutdown.exe". He must be triggered so the computer can shutdown. So practically what we are doing is STARTING the shutdown procedure! :)