I know how to change the welcome screen by hacking resources in system files – logonui.exe for XP, imageres.dll for Vista. I can’t seem to do the same in Windows 7. Is it a different file again that I have to hack?
Are you Looking for a free application to password protect folders in Windows 7? This day I will show you two different free tools to lock folder.
Now you can create Windows 7, Vista, or the old XP bootable USB key with a few clicks. Yup, this is true. Let’s begin the guide without wasting time. Just make sure that you have a pen drive with 4GB + capacity if you are making a bootable USB flash drive.
I hope most of the Windows lovers have downloaded the BETA copy of Windows 7 and roaring to install it. Don’t start your install procedure without reading this guide as you may lose many important files and settings.
If you have setup password protected user accounts on your Windows 7 to your friends or family members, you can prevent other users from changing their user account logon passwords in Windows 7.
Recently, few days back, a new report as came under which the most dangerous virus that Zeus V3 Trojan virus is found in most systems and this new virus is known with the new variant that is Zeus Trojan virus that is most complex and sophisticated virus to handle because it resists majority of anti-virus softwares.
There’s a workaround where students can gain access to Windows 7 Professional for a measly $19. Microsoft plans to offer a substantial discount for college students who want to pick up a copy of Windows 7.
After more than a month of living with Windows Phone 7, I have to say, Microsoft’s new phone operating system is starting to grow on me.
Creating a Windows 7 password reset disk can protect yourself against forgetting logon password. It allows you to easily reset user password without having to use third-party boot environment CDs and tools. Now, we will discuss how to create a password reset disk and use it to reset your lost password in Windows 7.
There are many ways to protect or limit the access to a file on your computer. Applications like MS Word, open Office and MS Excel have a password protection feature found in their settings. If you are not convinced with the protection offered, you can hide the document in a zip file or any third party program that offers password protection.