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Did you ever think of connecting two monitors to your computer? If you are using a laptop – why not connect one more display device and enhance the desktop real estate space? A “dual” monitor setup is advantageous in many many ways. You will be quite amazed to know how easy it is to connect two monitors to your computer. First of all lets have a look at the advantages of having two monitors.
Two monitors connected to a computer works as two different desktops. It is not a read more
Written by Tony on March 1st, 2012 with no comments.
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Here I am listing some essential application that you must use on your Windows 7 to make it more useful,productive and beautiful. Lets start with some really cool free applications.
Well lets start with much needed photo editing application, an alternative for Photoshop.
Although windows 7 comes with much upgraded paint software, it can never be compared with an application like Photoshop. And you know photoshop comes with a price tag. Here comes GIMP a free application that can read more
Written by Tony on July 1st, 2011 with no comments.
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We all are great fans of music and we use softwares like Windows media player, Vlc media player etc. to process the sound. Have you ever given a thought about how these stuffs really work? Well our PC has a hardware for processing sound. Most motherboards have built in audio processing capabilities but that’s for the average sound enthusiast! What if you are a sound maniac? A sound and audio freak who likes to listen music in 7 channel and Dolby quality? Obviously you should buy an read more
Written by Tony on June 13th, 2011 with no comments.
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Many of us have been using Windows for a long period of time – may be you guys have started from Windows 95 like me. From there it has been a long way till the recent Windows 7. Windows XP started the graphics revolution which continued through Vista (but compromised OS speed for its luxury graphics and huge demand for system resources) and reached up to Windows 7. When Windows Vista entered the market, the main reason many a guys switched to vista from Xp was for its killer graphics read more
Written by Tony on April 29th, 2011 with no comments.
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Do you own a laptop ? If yes, then you also must have faced a problem similar to mine atleast once in your laptop saga. A common problem with most of laptops is its DVD RW frequently showing complaints. It wont read some disks, some disks may get crashed inside and in some cases (like mine) your DVD RW may not even show any signs of life at all. Though a DVD RW is of not much use now a days, we all still find it unavoidable for Installing/Repairing your operating system – may it be read more
Written by Tony on April 9th, 2011 with no comments.
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You know that Quick Launch Bar is no longer available in Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7.You should note that the new Windows 7 taskbar allows you to dock items to the taskbar, combining the features of both the normal taskbar as well as the Quick Launch.But some users may find that they really need the Quick Launch bar back like it was in Windows Vista and XP. Windows 7 doesn’t give you any instant way to bring it back, but it is still possible.Because Microsoft has not read more
Written by Tony on April 28th, 2009 with 1 comment.
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Taskbar Thumbnail Preview is an interesting feature in Windows 7, displays small thumbnail preview of opened window on your taskbar when you hover your mouse on taskbar icons. Windows 7 Taskbar Thumbnail Preview feature actually a resource hog. So it is better to disable this feature on low configuration computers running on Windows 7. For this you can adopt any of the following three methods:
Method 1: Throgh Group Policy Editor:
Click on start and type on search bar gpedit.msc and press read more
Written by Tony on April 27th, 2009 with no comments.
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