[Tutorial] How To Show Your Downloads On Windows 7 Start Menu

[Tutorial] How To Show Your Downloads On Windows 7 Start Menu

If you download stuff from internet every day and you want to have quick access to them every time you can add your latest download list right inside Windows 7 Start menu. To find out how you have to do read this tutorial.

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[Tutorial] How To Force Windows 7 To Use All Available RAM

[Tutorial] How To Force Windows 7 To Use All Available RAM

Few weeks ago I bought a new 2GB DDR3 RAM memory to speed up my computer when I play video games. Once I installed a RAM memory and started playing a game I didn’t notice any differences in game speed and I notice game is freezing in some areas like before. I checked to see was my RAM properly installed, and it was. Once I went to System Statistics I notice that Windows is still showing I only have 2GB instead of 4GB. So I did one small change inside Windows 7 and my computer was showing and using all available RAM. If you have same problems as I did this tutorial will show you what to do.

By On February 19, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Speed-Up Application Search From Windows 7 Start Menu

[Tutorial] How To Speed-Up Application Search From Windows 7 Start Menu

If you use the search tool built into the Windows 7 Start menu only to search applications or options in the Control Panel, you can significantly accelerate search by modifying certain options within Windows.

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[Tutorial] How To Defragment Your Hard Drive

[Tutorial] How To Defragment Your Hard Drive

Hard Drive Defragmenting needs to be performed regularly. The files will be loaded faster and the overall performance of your PC will be improved. Disk Defragmenter rearranges fragmented data so as to optimize the operation of your hard drive. There are many third party application which will help you to defragment your hard drive however there is no need to install them since Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 have built in tool for this purpose and in this tutorial we will show you how to use them to defragment your hard drive.

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[Tutorial] How To Create A Bootable Rescue USB For Windows

[Tutorial] How To Create A Bootable Rescue USB For Windows

When your system is so corrupt with malware that it becomes unstable or won’t even boot, a bootable rescue CD or USB can be very useful. A rescue CD or USB works by allowing you to launch an operating system or application directly from the CD or USB so you don’t need Windows to be running on your PC. From Bootable Rescue CD or USB you can then access your hard drive and all your files. In this tutorial we will show you how to create a Bootable Rescue USB with Windows 7 and some crucial applications which can be very handy when you system stuck.

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[Tutorial] How To Hide A Folder In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Hide A Folder In Windows 7

When you want to protect a certain folder in Windows the first options that comes to your mind is folder encryption or adding a password. Although this protection can be quite good, the need to enter a password positively shouts the message that someone is trying to hide something. Although you definitely should not put password protection on side and avoid it, there is one more thing you can do to make your folder more secure and that would be invisibility. To make your folder invisible in Windows 7 you don’t need any commercial tools, you can simply use existing Windows 7 feature which can make your folder invisible and that’s what are we gone show you in this tutorial.

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[Tutorial] How To Change The My Documents Folder In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Change The My Documents Folder In Windows 7

For safety reasons or for saving space, it may be necessary to move and store your personal data by default on another partition or an external hard drive. Whatever the reasons are, it is still a simple procedure with Windows 7. We’ll take the example of My Documents, but the procedure is the same for My Pictures, My Music, My Videos or any other folder located in Windows 7.

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Kinect For Windows Media Center App Now Available

Kinect For Windows Media Center App Now Available

Microsoft’s Kinect has jolted the company into the realm of motion-sensor hardware products. Initially, Microsoft developed it only as an auxiliary to Xbox 360 but given the immense popularity of Kinect and the fact that many hailed it as an excellent motion-sensor device, Microsoft has apparently decided to launch it with it’s other mainstream products. We have already heard of Kinect working with Windows. Now we have Kinect for Windows Media Center, an app which is available for $6.99.

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[Tutorial] How To Back Up Mozilla Firefox

[Tutorial] How To Back Up Mozilla Firefox

Since web browsers are storing a surprising large amount of data which is crucial for us in every day work like password, cookies, bookmarks, certificates, extensions, etc… it is very important keeping that data and ensure you don’t lost it during system or windows failure. The best way to keep your web browser data of such lost is by backing up your browser. In today’s tutorial we will show you how to backup your Mozilla Firefox browser.

By On February 16, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Turn On Slow Motion Animation Effect In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Turn On Slow Motion Animation Effect In Windows 7

Windows 7 is full of nice looking animation effects which for certain users can run a little too fast. If you are one of those users this tutorial will show you how to add to Windows 7 animation effects a slow down or slow motions twist. With simple registry change you can using your keyboard buttons trigger this slow down.

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[Tutorial] How To Lock Your Windows 7 Theme (Prevent Users From Changing Theme)

[Tutorial] How To Lock Your Windows 7 Theme (Prevent Users From Changing Theme)

If you share your computer or laptop with some friends or family and you want to be sure that they are not changing your current Windows 7 Theme you can simply block this feature. There are few software’s that can help you to achieve that goal but there is n point downloading any since with just simple Windows 7 registry change you can achieve same goal and this tutorial will show you how.

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[Tutorial] How To Change A Computer’s Mac Address In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Change A Computer’s Mac Address In Windows

MAC address which stands for Media Access Control address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment. It is theoretically unique for each network adapter, and the first half of the MAC address indicates the seller. If from some reason you need to change your MAC address in Windows, in this tutorial we will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Create Shortcut To Shutdown And Restart In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Create Shortcut To Shutdown And Restart In Windows 7

Windows 7 has much improved with respect to the Shutdown and Restart button designs but the one thing that didn’t changed are there locations, they both still sitting there in start menu. How about making those two buttons which we use many times during a day more accessible by creating an icon on the desktop and by double clicking on any of those two icons we will Shutdown or Restart our computer? Sounds interesting? Then read this tutorial to find out how to make those icons.

By On February 15, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Remove Your Computer From A Homegroup In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Remove Your Computer From A Homegroup In Windows 7

If you decide that you no longer want to belong to a HomeGroup, you can leave it by removing your computer from it but remember that once you leave a home group you will no longer be able to access files, folders and printers that other people have shared with that group. Leaving a HomeGroup in Windows 7 is just easy as joining one which you can easily rejoin it later if you change your mind. Follow this tutorial to find out how to remove your computer from a home group.

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[Tutorial] How To Change The Default Folder Icon In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Change The Default Folder Icon In Windows 7

With Windows 7 it is very easy to completely change default folder icon and replace it with the icon of your choice, to better reflect the contents of the content that’s inside that folder so you can easily find it later when you need it. Especially since Windows provides many icons at your disposal it won’t be that hard for you to choose the right one or in the worst scenario you can download any icon with .ico extension from the internet and apply it to you folder.

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