The single biggest irritation in Windows 7 and Vista is the UAC (User Account Control) system, especially for people that do a lot of tweaking. When you are trying to make configuration changes, it seems like every couple of seconds you are hitting another UAC prompt.
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Are you one of the people always on the go that require a netbook or mini laptop with Windows 7? Do you want to buy a netbook as a gift for your loved one this coming holiday season? Check out the best and inexpensive netbooks with Windows 7 on sale.
Certain games are incompatible with 64-bit versions of the Windows operating system – but why? And what steps can be taken as a workaround?
Instead of having a bunch of separate drives to deal with, why not put them together into one big drive? You can use software RAID to accomplish this, and here’s how to do it.
Both paid and free Windows 7 screensavers are available aplenty on the internet. This article checks out three top Windows 7 screensavers. It also explains the need for screensavers on electronic displays.
A recent study shows that Microsoft has fallen to practically a footnote in the mobile market, with only 5% of market share. Given that Microsoft has just launched a new mobile gaming studio, it may well hope that tapping into its Xbox market can save Windows Phone 7.
Windows: If you’re looking to stash some files away from other users casually browsing your computer but don’t need to go full bore with the encryption, you can create a password protected folder with a basic batch script.
This tutorial will guide you through the steps required to create a locked folder in Windows 7 – without installing any additional 3rd party software.
If you have ever bought software (operating systems) online, you might be familiar with the tedious process to convert the instant .iso file into something you can use.
Windows 7 was a great update to the Windows OS platform. Not only did this new software update a lot of security issues and make the computer a bit more user friendly, it came packaged with some really great and useful tools that can help simplify common and useful tasks.