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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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In Microsoft’s new operating system Windows 7, desktop sidebar and UAC(User Account Control) are closely related. This means if you turn of or disable UAC in windows 7 then sidebar will not work. The reason for this is that Microsoft made the assumption that the sidebar process would never be run in an elevated state. This has been done to prevent users from installing any malicious unsigned desktop gadget in windows 7. But in previous Microsoft’s operating system Windows Vista, read more
Written by Tony on April 27th, 2009 with no comments.
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Similar to former operating system Windows Vista, Microsoft’s new OS Windows 7 also has a built-in administrator account which is created when it is installed and it is disabled by default.Whenever you want to perform tasks under the administrator account with no UAC (user account control) in Windows 7, you need to enable the administrator account.You can go through this grand Administrator account to solve a problem or blocking rights, or simply activate it and keep it in reserve in read more
Written by Tony on March 16th, 2009 with 1 comment.
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If you hold down Shift key while right clicking on any file in Windows Vista or Windows 7 explorer, you can see few more options in the context menu.You can easily add one more option to the file context menu called “Take Ownership” option which will be very useful to take ownership of any file.As many of you know, we need to take the ownership of system file in Windows Vista or in Windows 7 that you want to alter by any means. You need to have the ownership to do even simple read more
Written by Tony on March 11th, 2009 with no comments.
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With a simple windows registry tweak you can add the option Delete Folder Contents to the right-click context menu which appears when you right-click a folder in Windows 7 or in Windows Vista.This would come handy at times when you want to delete all the files inside a folder and all it’s sub-folders without deleting the folders themselves.
Click on Windows 7/Vista Start button, type regedit in the start menu search box and hit enter.
Navigate to the following registry read more
Written by Tony on February 21st, 2009 with no comments.
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If you have downloaded Microsoft’s new generation operating system,Windows 7 and want to install it , its not suggested you to upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7, rather you can Install Windows 7 on a Dual Boot with Windows Vista.Multi boot or Multi booting (usually dual booting, but many operating systems can be booted from the same computer) is the act of installing multiple operating systems on a computer, and being able to choose which one to boot when switching on the read more
Written by Tony on January 18th, 2009 with 1 comment.
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The user interface of User Account Control (UAC) settings in Windows 7 has changed to reflect the move to make UAC(User Account Control) less annoying. In Windows 7, the UAC has a slider bar which allows users to configure and select which level of notification (and hence protection against unauthorized and malicious access) they want. With the fine-tuning of UAC, the wording ‘disable’ or ‘turn off’ is no longer available. So how can disable UAC safely in Microsoft’s new read more
Written by Tony on January 6th, 2009 with 3 comments.
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