Microsoft : Windows 7

Start using your PC the way you want — with less waiting, less clicking and fewer hassles. Experience it yourself. Windows 7 is an Operating System of Microsoft Windows, produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers.


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Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 is the latest release of Microsoft Windows, a series of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers.

Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 is the latest release of Microsoft Windows, a series of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, and media center PCs.

Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 changes the Vista user interface; most notably, a new taskbar, called the "Superbar," is similar to the Dock in the Mac.

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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Make Sure Microsoft Security Essentials Has Updated Definition Files

If you’re a new user of Microsoft Security Essentials, you might be unclear on how to update definition files manually or automatically. Here we’ll show you a few methods you can use to make sure MSE is always up to date.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Make the Windows 7 Taskbar Work More Like Windows XP or Vista

Changing the Windows 7 Taskbar to XP/Vista Style

To revert back to the older style, the first thing you’ll need to do is right-click on any open area of the taskbar and choose Properties from the menu.

Windows 7 Tips

Make User Account Control (UAC) Stop Blacking Out the Screen in Windows 7 or Vista

In Windows 7 or Vista, the screen goes dark when the User Account Control window comes up, which is extremely annoying. They call it the “Secure Desktop”

Note that this will make your system less secure before proceeding.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Make Windows 7 or Vista Log On Automatically

If you are just running a home computer for gaming or something unimportant, you might not want to have to log in every single time you reboot your computer. There’s an easy tweak that will let you autologin.

Windows 7 Tips

Rename the Guest Account in Windows 7 for Enhanced Security

To help secure your new Windows 7 machine, you might want to take a look at changing the Guest account name. Today we take a look at how to rename the Guest account which will  help prevent unauthorized access of your machine.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Create a Shortcut to Search Your IE Favorites With Windows 7 or Vista Search

Open up your User folder and you should see your Favorites folder inside it. Double-click to open the Favorites folder.

Windows 7 Tips

Create Shutdown / Restart / Lock Icons in Windows 7 or Vista

If you dislike the new Windows Vista shutdown menu, you are probably in the majority. An alternative option is to create icons that will let you shut down, lock, or restart your computer without having to mess with that stupid popup menu.

Windows 7 Tips

Make Your PC Shut Down at Night (But Only When You’re Not Using It)

If you normally like to power off your PC when you’re not using it, do you ever forget and leave it on? Here’s how to configure Windows to automatically power down at night, but only if you’re not using the PC at the time.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Manage Files and Documents Easier with Libraries in Windows 7

In previous versions of Windows it can be a tedious task managing music, photos, documents and other files that are scattered in different directories on your hard drive.  Today we take a look at the new Libraries feature in Windows 7 that allows you to organize folders from multiple locations in one spot.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Change Show Desktop Icon

Now we have our icon on the Taskbar and you can move it wherever is convenient to you, and clicking on it will indeed show your desktop. However, you might want to change the icon to something more appealing.

Windows 7 Tips

Move the Show Desktop Icon to Taskbar in Windows 7

Pin Show Desktop Icon to the Taskbar

You might not care to get the Quick Launch icon back in Windows 7, but would like to pin the icon to the Taskbar where you want it. Unfortunately the process isn’t as easy as a simple drag and drop.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Windows 7 Tips

Move the Show Desktop Icon to Quick Launch in Windows 7

If you aren’t a fan of scrolling your pointer over to the lower right corner of your monitor to Show the Desktop, we have a cool tweak that will let you create a Show Desktop icon in the Quick Launch.

CityVille Beginner’s Guide

CityVille Tips & Tricks: Building Houses

There are tips on how to make the most of your building construction at City Ville. To start with,

Among the first building types that you may encounter when learning to play CityVille is communal housing. This is important to provide protection to your people, and the type of residential housing that you choose will affect your population and fame ratings. Many more types will become available while you look towards CityVille mastery, empowering you to expand your empire and create a wider and wealthier population. The better and more expansive a house is, the higher the rent repayments and chance to earn more CityVille coins.

CityVille Beginner’s Guide

CityVille Guide – Coins and Cash

In CityVille, you are going to use coins to purchase buildings, seeds or decorations. Without coins the you won’t be able to advance in the game and to develop his city. The CityVille coins can be acquired in many ways starting with collecting the rents paid by citizens and ending with selling the goods to neighbors. Various strategies can be used to increase the number of coins in CityVille.

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