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Windows 7 optimisation & calibration – Part 2 of Windows 7 hidden options and tools

Windows 7 will generally do its best to work fully automatically, managing your PC with no intervention. There are, however, situations where a more hands-on approach pays dividends.

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Windows 7 Remote access, VPN and IIS – Part 1 of Windows 7 hidden options and tools

Microsoft has done a fine job with Windows 7. All you need do is pop in an installation disc and provide the installer with some internet access information, then you can leave the room and make a cup of tea.

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Microsoft Surface

Microsoft surface is a revolutionary touch screen computing platform. It has been developed for use in commercial environments. Microsoft asserts that its product can be of great benefit to those in the public sector, health, retail, hospitality and financial services.

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Windows 7 God Mode : Extended Control Panel for Windows

Recently there has been a lot of buzz about the Windows 7 “God Mode” feature which provides an access to all control panel tasks in a folder which can be referred as Super control panel.

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File Structure of Windows 7 User Profiles

User profiles have undergone a major renovation from Windows XP to Vista, but you may have skipped Vista and gone straight to Windows 7. This article will help you sort out the location of your profile and its contents after making the transition.

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Email Services in Windows 7

From the details available so far, Windows 7 does not have a desktop client like the older Outlook or the Windows Mail of Windows Vista. Instead, you are expected to use Windows Live Mail services, which also comes with other online services.

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Windows 7 Administrator Privileges

Trying to do something in Windows 7 that asks for administrative privileges? This is a Windows 7 security implant used to make sure that specific files, apps, processes, and other system changing tasks are done on a secure level.

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5 Things We Can Do With Windows 7 Search

The Windows 7 search box is a wonderful thing. As with its predecessor in Windows Vista, it can quickly and easily take you anywhere you want to go within Windows – and beyond!

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Windows 7 Exchange Administrator Tools

The Microsoft Exchange Server is basically used by the client to handle calendars, email, contacts and data storage. It can also be used to maintain access to online and mobile information.

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Microsoft Windows 7 Certification

Microsoft offers a few certifications for individuals looking for credentialing in Windows 7. As of July 2010, these are the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist ((MCTS): Windows 7, Configuration credential; the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP):

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