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[Tutorial] How To Reduce Hard Disk Space Used By Windows System Restore

[Tutorial] How To Reduce Hard Disk Space Used By Windows System Restore

If every GB of space available on your hard drive is important to you then in this tutorial I will show you how to get few extra GBs by reducing the HDD free space sued by Windows System Restore tool. This tool allows you to roll back of system files, registry keys, installed programs, etc., to a previous state in the event of system malfunction or failure.

By On April 23, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Turn Off Or Restart A Remote Computer

[Tutorial] How To Turn Off Or Restart A Remote Computer

Windows has a shutdown.exe which is a small utility that you can use to shut down or reboot a remote Windows computer that is in your LAN. At first, you must configure Windows computers that you want to turn off or restart remotely to accept a remote connection from your LAN. This requires the activation of the Remote Registry service and the authorization of the passage through the firewall built into Windows. Once done, a simple command will allow you to turn off or restart a computer on your LAN directly from your Windows computer.

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To View Network Activity In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To View Network Activity In Windows 7

In Windows, the network icon that informs you whether or not you are connected to a network is in the notification area to the left of the clock. In Windows Vista, you can enable the animation of network activity to determine if data is being sent or received by your network and Internet connection. The icon will light in case of network traffic. With Windows 7, this icon is not customizable, remains lifeless and shows no activity. Fortunately, you can view activity on your network and Internet connection, for example if you download or send data (upload), using the tool called Network Activity Indicator for Windows 7 that you can use instead of classic Windows 7 network icon.

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Confirms “Windows 8″ Name And Version Details Revealed

Microsoft Confirms “Windows 8″ Name And Version Details Revealed

Microsoft just confirmed that official name of next Windows OS will be “Windows 8″. And after so much rumor there will be only 3 edition as release package. Check details below.

By On April 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Disable 5% Remaining Battery Warning On Your Laptop With Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Disable 5% Remaining Battery Warning On Your Laptop With Windows 7

If you use Windows 7 on your laptop you probably notice that every time when you laptop have lower than 5% of energy left you receive a warnings message and your laptop goes into sleep mode. This can be very useful because it will because he will save current work, but in most cases that 5% converted in time is around 15 minutes, still enough of time for you to finish certain project you are working on and turn off your laptop manually. In this tutorial I will show you how to disable this 5% low battery warning with just few changes inside your Windows 7 Control Panel.

By On April 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Record Your Web Camera Activity Using VLC Player

[Tutorial] How To Record Your Web Camera Activity Using VLC Player

If you have a webcam, the VLC video player will allow you to save on your computer a real-time video captured by your web camera. This VLC feature is quite useful if you don’t have time to search for additional software which will help you to achieve same goal, and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that with your VLC player.

By On April 16, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Replace Laptop Hard Drive With SSD

[Tutorial] How To Replace Laptop Hard Drive With SSD

Give a boost to your laptop by replacing the hard drive with a SSD which is faster, quieter and save more energy, while recovering your system and your data. By putting Windows on an SSD, the startup and shutdown will be faster, as well as the responsiveness of your system will be increased. In this tutorial I will show you how to replace your existing hard drive with SSD, transfer your entire Windows operating system and other data. Since laptop hard drive is 2.5 inch, it will be easy to replace it with an SSD that is the same size.

By On April 15, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Restore All Running Programs After Computer Restart [Windows]

[Tutorial] How To Restore All Running Programs After Computer Restart [Windows]

It can be quite frustrating when you work on several things at once on your computer and after installing software or updates, your computer ask you to make a restart. When Windows is shut down and restarted, all the software that was launched and all the documents you had open are closed. So you should start again and open the document you were working. To save you time, CacheMyWork software will allow you to automatically restart the programs that were open before restarting. In this tutorial I will show you what action you need to perform and how to setup this awesome freeware tool for Windows.

By On April 14, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Play Xbox 360 Games On Laptop Or Desktop Computer

[Tutorial] How To Play Xbox 360 Games On Laptop Or Desktop Computer

Xbox 360 is a gaming console and it is invented by Microsoft. For this reason, most of the peoples think that, in Microsoft’s operating systems can easily play these Xbox 360 games but it is not true. In order to play this console Xbox 360 game, you need to install one console game running software known as emulator. The Xbox 360 game emulation scene pretty young, just about 5 years old. In this tutorial I will show you which emulators you can use and how to run your favorite Xbox game on your computer.

By On April 6, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How to Create Password Reset Disk In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How to Create Password Reset Disk In Windows 7

Every time you creating new account in Windows 7 or Windows Vista and protecting it with password it is very important to setup a password recovery disk. If it happens to you to forget your login password, especially if you are using a lot of characters and you can login, you can easily use your password recovery disk to reset and add new login password. In this tutorial I will show you which steps you need to take and order to create your Windows recovery disk.

By On April 4, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Protect Sensitive Documents – Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Protect Sensitive Documents – Windows 7

If you keep sensitive documents on your computer, your bank accounts or business documents, you better protect them from prying eyes and other users of your computer. Using a free tool called AxCrypt you will be able to restrict access to your sensitive files and folders by protecting them with passwords. In addition, the software includes a feature allowing you to permanently delete a file without it being possible to recover it later. Continue reading this tutorial to find out how to use this tool and protect your documents and folders.

By On April 4, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Create Printer Settings For Each Print Type You Have

[Tutorial] How To Create Printer Settings For Each Print Type You Have

If you frequently print 2 or 3 types of documents and each requires their own settings, it can be tedious to specify printer settings each time you change the document type. To save time, you can install a virtual printer for each print you make using the correct settings and giving them a different name. For example you can set a printer Draft, another Picture and a third Document and then use each of them depending of print type you need. Even if you have only one physical printer, Windows will list several printers with these settings and then you can select the printer for the type of printout you want. Follow this tutorial to find out how to perform this under Windows 7.

By On April 3, 2012 2 Responses
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[Tutorial] How To Personalize Command Prompt In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Personalize Command Prompt In Windows 7

I some of my previous tutorial I showed you how you can perform certain tweaks in Windows 7 using command prompt but we never done any on him. If you find command prompt environment too boring and hard to read you can easily customize to match your needs. In this tutorial I will show you how to customize the look of your command prompt window and change its colors, font style, size, weight.

By On April 3, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Convert MKV Video To DVD In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Convert MKV Video To DVD In Windows

MKV format is widely used and it can hold an unlimited number of video, audio, picture or subtitle tracks in one file. To be able to play this video format you must have the appropriate equipment to read it, a media player or a TV with support for recent MKV. To be sure you can play your movie; you can convert it to DVD and burn to a disc. You can then view your movie on any DVD player and computer. In this tutorial I will show you how to use the free application called DVD Flick for this conversion. You can even choose audio tracks and subtitles to integrate into DVD. Note that the operation requires re-encoding the video and sound to convert them to DVD format whose quality can be worse than your original video if it was in full HD.

By On March 30, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Improve Management Of Multiple Windows With Wheel Mouse In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Improve Management Of Multiple Windows With Wheel Mouse In Windows 7

Do you operate fully multitasking in Windows by displaying and working on multiple windows and programs simultaneously on your screen? To switch from one window to another, you must click on it and then scroll the content with your mouse wheel. With the free WizMouse, you’ll be able to save the click of the mouse since the small utility allows you to scroll a window, simply by passing the mouse pointer on it and moving your scroller: no need to click on it to make it active!

By On March 30, 2012 Respond
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