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Windows 7 Startup Recovery feature

A lot of times if Windows can’t boot properly because of a hardware change, unexpected shutdown, or other errors, it will come up with the Windows Error Recovery screen. This gives you the option to go into Startup Repair or try to boot Windows normally.

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Disable Aero Peek Feature In Win7

Aero Peek feature is a feature of Windows 7 that helps the computer user to have a quick peek on the applications and gadgets on the desktop or have a peek at the applications in the taskbar.

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Recover Windows 7 Home Group Password

So you’re about to setup your new Windows 7 PC into your Homegroup when you realized that you have no idea what the password is. How do you find it? It’s actually pretty simple, if you know where to look.

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Lock Windows 7 Desktop Screen With Transparency

If you want to keep your system safe from unwanted access then locking system is the best way. The default locking provided by windows takes you to the logon screen.

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Top Seven Great Windows User Tips

An Easy Performance Enhancement; FREE Software; Laptop Printer Fix; Save $$$ When Shopping On-line; Internet Safety; CD Burning Error Fix; Windows XP Professional Only

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Bluetooth Stack of Windows 7

The Bluetooth stack that comes built into Windows 7 is nothing more than adequate. However you can replace the Bluetooth stack and take advantage of extended functionality provided by other manufacturers.

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File Synchronization in Windows 7

Keep Files Up To Date Using The Windows 7 Sync. By using the Windows 7 file sync tool, you can take network files and folders with you on your notebook or laptop, change them, and sync the files upon your return.

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Fax and Scan in Windows 7

If you have Windows Vista or Windows 7, most versions make it as easy for you to send and receive faxes as Windows XP did. Here you can find out just how easy it is to send a fax in Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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Imagine Windows 8: Embedded Xbox, Kinect, and Surface

One of the things that appears clear from some of the changes at Microsoft is that Steve Ballmer is pulling down some of the traditional siloes, and forcing groups to work together more closely.

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