[Tutorial] Manage File Compression More Easily With 7-zip In Windows

[Tutorial] Manage File Compression More Easily With 7-zip In Windows

Since Windows XP, Windows includes basic tools for managing compressed files in ZIP format. From the explorer, it is possible to extract files and folders within a ZIP archive and create your own archives. You can group files together in a single compressed file, multiple files and folders on your hard drive. And since it is compressed, the archive takes up less space than the original files which is much easier send or upload it on the web. But Windows only supports ZIP archives and does not include advanced features such as cutting archives into several pieces, encryption and protection of archives, management of compression and use of the command line. With the free tool called 7-Zip, you will be able to add features such as creating self-extracting archive and verifying the integrity of your archives directly inside Windows Explorer. This complete tutorial will help you understand all those steps.

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[Complete Guide] How To Repair Windows XP Startup

[Complete Guide] How To Repair Windows XP Startup

If you having problems starting your computer with Windows XP because it won’t boot at all, there could be plenty of reason for that to happen. In this tutorial I will cover some of most frequent techniques you can use in order to fix your Windows XP or in some cases even newer versions and make your Windows boot and start again without any kind of problems.

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Windows 8 Won’t Have Any Kind Of Free DVD PlayBack

Windows 8 Won’t Have Any Kind Of Free DVD PlayBack

The use of DVDs has indeed been declining over recent years, with content more readily available online and transmitted more often through flash drives. However, there are still a lot of us who would like to pop in a DVD at times and watch a movie. But this would no longer be possible with Windows 8’s default features which will be coming with absolutely no DVD playback.

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[Tutorial] How To Add A Drive Letter To Google Drive In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Add A Drive Letter To Google Drive In Windows

Using Google Drive shortcut to upload your files to Google Cloud online is nothing complicate, but for some users using a drive letter can be more convenient and that’s why in this tutorial I will show you how to map one of your Google Drive accounts as a drive letter in Windows 7. Thanks to a small program called Visual Subst this procedure is quite easy and quick.

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[Tips] Give A Life To Your Desktop Background – Windows

[Tips] Give A Life To Your Desktop Background – Windows

You like to regularly change the wallpapers and display personal photos or view beautiful images from the Internet? To give a life to your desktop background, you can automate a rotation between images. For this you can use the free John’s Background Switcher. In this complete tutorial I will show you how to effectively manage your desktop background and wallpapers using this free tool under Windows 7.

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Get Windows On A Jailbroken iPad With Quasar

Get Windows On A Jailbroken iPad With Quasar

A number of tablet vendors are lining up to roll out Windows 8 tablet as soon as Microsoft releases the much-touted OS. Needless to say, many iPad users wouldn’t mind getting a Windows-like interface on their tablets. While a true Windows 8 tablet may still be months away, you can still get a very real, smooth and awesome Windows experience on your iPad with a new tool in Cydia Store, called Quasar.

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[Tutorial] How To Add Dropbox, Google Drive Or SkyDrive to Windows Send-To Menu

[Tutorial] How To Add Dropbox, Google Drive Or SkyDrive to Windows Send-To Menu

To send your files at Google Drive, Dropbox or SkyDrive faster and much easier and easier without opening any additional windows you can simply add their shortcuts inside Send To menu. In this tutorial I will show you the entire procedure of adding all three shortcuts in Windows 7, and then with simple right mouse click you can upload your files to the cloud.

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[Complete Guide] Protecting Your Children In Windows 7

[Complete Guide] Protecting Your Children In Windows 7

Windows 7 has a very effective tool called parental control which can help you to monitor and filter web sites your child visit, time they spend on the computer, software and video games they use, etc… Comprehensive and effective tool, but again fairly simple to implement, as you will see in this tutorial. One constraint however, you must have an account with administrative rights on your computer which will be protected by a password (to prevent one of your children does not change the protection settings). Also, to enable web filtering, you also must have a Windows Live (Messenger, Hotmail, etc…) which will be associated with your web filtering settings.

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Microsoft May Be On The Brink Of Launching HomeOS

Microsoft May Be On The Brink Of Launching HomeOS

We reported earlier that Microsoft was working on a new project titled ‘HomeOS.’ Now, the company has published a white paper about the concept. In the white paper, HomeOS has been detailed as a home automation system, which will enable the user to take charge of a number of devices located within his home.

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[Tutorial] How To Add A Translation Service In Microsoft Word 2010

[Tutorial] How To Add A Translation Service In Microsoft Word 2010

For everyone who passed from Microsoft Word 2007 onto Word 2010 probably noticed that 2010 version longer includes translation tools and invites you to subscribe to paid services to translate your documents. However by making few small tricks inside Word 2007 it is possible to use the free translation service from Windows Live and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Hide A Hard Disk Partition In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Hide A Hard Disk Partition In Windows 7

If you want to protect your hard drive or part of hard drive (it’s partition) and don’t allow anyone to access it, you can hide it. In this tutorial I will show you how to hide any of your free partition under Windows 7 without using any third party tools. I will also provide two different methods which you can use, so make sure you read both of them and choose the one you find most convenient for you.

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[Tutorial] How To Improve The Sensitivity Of Microphone In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Improve The Sensitivity Of Microphone In Windows 7

When you speak into your microphone to chat with friends, they can not hear you or the output sound is not of good quality? To correct this, you can increase the sensitivity of your microphone. In this tutorial I will show you how to preform this procedure under Windows 7.

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[Tutorial] How To Add Facebook Status Bar To Every Page In Google Chrome

[Tutorial] How To Add Facebook Status Bar To Every Page In Google Chrome

Using a small extension for Google Chrome you will be able to see new posts and notifications on every page you open inside Google Chrome. In this tutorial I will show you how to use a MyStatusBar, integrate it with Google Chrome and place it at the bottom of your Chrome browser which will appear like a floating social media bar. This extension will also allow you to search or lunch Facebook very quickly.

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[Tutorial] How To Keeping Your Computer Turned On All Time – Disable StandBy

[Tutorial] How To Keeping Your Computer Turned On All Time – Disable StandBy

Sometimes you need to leave your computer on even if you are not working on it. To prevent the standby shuts down the computer, you can change your power saving settings. For that you need to juggle between different power saving profiles depending on what you want to do: keep the computer on or conserve energy and stop it quickly when idle. For your convenience, you can use the free program called Do not Sleep. This little program will allow you to temporarily prevent the sleep and shutdown of your computer, without having to change your power saving settings. And if you still want to automatically shut down your computer after a certain period of time, Do not Sleep lets you set a timer to end its blockade or to stop your computer.

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[Tutorial] How To Protect Your Printer With Password

[Tutorial] How To Protect Your Printer With Password

If you share your printer at home or at work with few people you maybe have a need to protect it and limit a number of people who can have the access to your printer. This will help you to protect your digital material and also save your ink and paper. In this tutorial I will show you how you can use two different options in Windows 7 and protect your printer. One of options is using a third party app which you need to install on your computer while second option is using a few changes inside Windows itself.

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