[Tutorial] How To Monitor Systems in Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Monitor Systems in Windows 7

Monitoring Systems and computer performance is very important especially with Windows. To avoid problems with system crash and loosing of data you always need to be careful. Hard drives, graphic cards, processor, RAM Memory everything is a subject of overheating or lack of power supply. So, to avoid these kinds of problems you need a quality tools that will help you to monitor your system performance in Windows 7. We will suggest you the tools that already exist in Windows 7 and how to use them but also we will suggest some other gadgets that does not exist in Windows and that can be installed.

By On February 13, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Restore Data In A Backup With Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Restore Data In A Backup With Windows 7

Keeping your data safe and secure in case of computer failure is one of most important things in IT industry and the best way to do that is by backing up your data on regular bases. In one of our previous tutorials which you can find here we did guide you through procedure on how to backup your data in Windows 7. Today we are going to show you how to restore in case of windows failure. You can also restore just your files or files for all people that use the computer.

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Comparison: Windows 8 On ARM & Windows 8 On x86

Comparison: Windows 8 On ARM & Windows 8 On x86

Blog Building Windows 8 has already revealed almost all ins and outs of the upcoming Windows. They also finally lifted the veil on some of the last unknowns surrounding Windows 8 for ARM platform. Windows 8 on ARM is a new member for Windows family much like Windows Server or Windows Phone and it is built on foundation of Windows and has a very high degree of commonality and shared code with Windows 8. TheTechJournal will try to bring you much closer this new architecture and show you the difference between ARM and x86.

By On February 12, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Organize Your Windows 7 Taskbar And System Tray

[Tutorial] How To Organize Your Windows 7 Taskbar And System Tray

Although Microsoft did a pretty good job in Windows 7 when it comes to taskbar and system tray icons organizations it still can be quite hard to navigate through them when you have plenty of programs active and especially when you screen resolution is small. In this tutorial we will try to give you some useful guides on how to better organize your taskbar and system tray.

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[Tutorial] How to Control AutoPlay Settings in Windows 7

[Tutorial] How to Control AutoPlay Settings in Windows 7

Whenever you insert a DVD/CD, USB Drive, External Hard Drive or any other removable media AutoPlay window will show up on your screen. Thanks to AutoPlay Settings you can easily configure whether you want to burn, explore or ignore certain media once it’s connected. These settings give you more control over your windows experience and help you manage your media collections much easier. In this tutorial we will show you how to control Windows 7 AutoPlay Settings with just few mouse clicks.

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[Tutorial] How To Configure Automatic Files Backup In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Configure Automatic Files Backup In Windows 7

Personal computer has become a repository of important data: scanned documents, family photos, bank files, emails… and beside the fact you need to protect your files from other people you also need to make regular backups in case of system failure. There are plenty of Windows backup tools out there, some of them are free some are not; but you also have the option to use integrated Windows features which will certainly do its job and help you to easily backup your data. In this Tutorial we will show you how to backup your files and folders using Windows 7 Backup and Restore Tool.

By On February 11, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Blogpost Decrypted Reveals ARM-Based Windows 8 Devices

Microsoft Blogpost Decrypted Reveals ARM-Based Windows 8 Devices

In a twist of phrases from Microsoft official blog tech writers were able to uncover important clues about the company’s plans with its products and operating system. Apparently, Windows 8 will be able to support Desktop as well as Metro style apps on devices powered by ARM processors.

By On February 10, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Secure And Encrypt Your Windows At Startup

[Tutorial] How To Secure And Encrypt Your Windows At Startup

If colleges at work have physical access to your computer and you store very sensitive data, I strongly advise you to encrypt your hard drive. If you want to better protect your user account, without using some high expensive protection tools you can intervene in the Windows password management which will help you to protect […]

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[Tutorial] How To Login Into Windows 7 With Your Biometric Fingerprints

[Tutorial] How To Login Into Windows 7 With Your Biometric Fingerprints

More and more laptops and other portable devices are equipped with a biometric reader that allows by pressing your finger on it to connect to the Windows session. Biometric reader is also the most effective way to secure your Windows and to learn how to setup Windows 7 to recognize your biometric reader and your fingerprints follow steps below.

By On February 6, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Control Many Computers With A Single Mouse And Keyboard

[Tutorial] How To Control Many Computers With A Single Mouse And Keyboard

Do you work on many computers in same time and you don’t have free space on your desk because of keyboards and mouse you use for those computers? There is a solution for your problem called Mouse Without Borders! Mouse Without Borders is Microsoft Garage project, it uses your network to connect up to four computers, once they are connected you can use your mouse to seamlessly drag and drop files form one computer to another, copy and paste text and images from one pc to the next, use the same keyboard and the mouse to control any computer and many other things.

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[Tutorial] 7 Common Windows 7 Problems And Their Fixes

[Tutorial] 7 Common Windows 7 Problems And Their Fixes

No operating system is perfect; Windows OS, in all its previous avatars has required fixes to make it run smoothly. Windows 7, though it is a fabulous OS, still runs into issues which need fixing. We can’t all run to a Windows-certified technician to make our fixes, can we? Try out these 7 common Windows 7 fixes and save some money!

By On February 5, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone 8 To Come With NFC, Multicore Support And Even Better Cameras

Windows Phone 8 To Come With NFC, Multicore Support And Even Better Cameras

In the wake of the Windows 8 launch, a new PocketNow report brings to the table some interesting information. Apparently the guys running the website stumbled upon an exclusive video dedicated only to the big men in charge at Nokia, which provided some insight into the specks that the new fatty update Apollo is going to bring.

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[Tutorial] How To Create Ubuntu 11.10 Live USB With LinuxLive USB Creator

[Tutorial] How To Create Ubuntu 11.10 Live USB With LinuxLive USB Creator

Installing an OS from a USB drive is a method increasingly common, possible with Windows 7, Mac OS X and Linux. This is known as Live USB to install and test the system in the same way as a Live CD. This tutorial will teach you how to create your live USB Ubuntu Linux 11.10 from Windows. Super-fast, easy to use and free, the Ubuntu operating system powers millions of desktops, netbooks and servers around the world.

By On February 4, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Restrict Access To Windows 7 Without Exact USB Drive

[Tutorial] How To Restrict Access To Windows 7 Without Exact USB Drive

You want to prevent anyone from using your computer in your absence? Like its predecessor Windows Vista, the operating system Windows 7 is able to block access to the PC using a USB drive. Without this USB drive inserted at start, it’s impossible to access the Windows.

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Windows XP Is Still The Most Used OS

Windows XP Is Still The Most Used OS

Windows 7 has rapidly caught on with the youngest segment of the population but mysteriously it hasn’t managed to become the #1 in the OS market. Its older brother is still calling the shoots. Apparently 47.19% of users are still hooked on Windows XP for some reason. Tradition seems to hold an important role in the hearts of Windows XP lovers, or else why on earth did Windows 7 only grab 36, 40% of the market.

By On February 3, 2012 Respond
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