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How to create a System Image Backup in Windows 7

Windows 7 includes a System Image Backup Tool, with which you can now backup or clone an image of your disk. You no longer need to use a 3rd party software to do it. Create a System Image Backup in […]

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Security Enhancements in Windows 7

Windows 7 builds upon the strong security lineage of Windows Vista and retains and builds upon the development processes and technologies that have made Windows Vista the most secure version of the Windows client to date. 

Libraries & HomeGroup feature in Windows 7/8/10

In Windows Vista you had, Documents, Downloads, Photos, Videos, and Music. Whereas in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 you see, Personal Documents, Personal Downloads, Personal Photos, Personal Videos, and Personal Music. You will also see a change in […]

Choice Guard feature in Windows Live Wave 3

Choice Guard does a simple task of writing a value into the Windows 7 registry and protecting your default settings.  During installations, if opted for,  it is responsible for setting the users homepage and search defaults.

Jump List feature in Windows 7

Windows 7 has introduced a new UI feature called as the Jump List. Jump Lists is a list of recent documents for that program. You also see a list of features unique to that application. For example in Windows Live Messenger’s […]

Tweak Windows 10/8/7 through Local Group Policy Editor

Windows lets you use the Group Policy to define user and computer configurations for groups of users and computers. With the Group Policy snap-in you can specify policy settings for the following: Registry-based policies, Security options, Software installation and maintenance […]

Desktop Preview feature In Windows 7

In Windows 7, in the extreme right side of the taskbar, you will see a vertical rectangular portion. Moving your cursor to this area will make the open windows transparent and let you preview your desktop. Clicking on it will […]

Program Compatibility Troubleshooter in Windows 10/8/7

Most programs which ran in Windows Vista, will run in Windows 10 or Windows 8/7. However if you find that the program still does not run properly, you should check run the Program Compatibility Troubleshooter in Windows 10/8/7. Program Compatibility Troubleshooter […]

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New Shell Commands in Windows 7

Shell commands are used when you want to access relatively inaccessible locations in Windows. They can also be used to create desktop shortcuts. Windows 7 New Shell Commands Windows 7 has a few new shell commands. Some of the useful […]

Get your notebook display on to an external projector in Windows 7

Most laptops come loaded with different display utilities to help you display your screen contents onto and external projector. Windows 7 simplifies this job. External projector Display options To get your notebook display onto an external projector in Windows 7, […]

Aero Snap feature in Windows 7

Aero Snap is a new window management feature in Windows 7 which lets you snap or fix windows to the edges of your computer screen.

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Aero Shake feature in Windows 7

Windows 7 introduces a lot of new features. We have already covered most of these here on TheWindowsClub.com One incredible NEW feature of the Windows 7  is called Aero Shake. Aero Shake feature in Windows 7 If you shake any […]

Aero Peek Feature of Windows 10/8/7

Aero Peek is a new feature introduced in Windows 7. If you have many windows open on your desktop, its quite easy to lose track of them. Aero Peak lets you ‘peak’ behind all the windows so that you can […]

Why does laptop display dim automatically in Windows 10/8/7

Windows 7 introduced several new power saving measures, in order to extend battery life of your laptop. One very visible feature is the way the laptop screen dims after a set period of time. These power saving features have been […]

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What’s new in Windows 7 ?

While Windows 7 builds on the Windows Vista, its a vastly improved OS. Here are some new features in Windows 7, some of which have been discussed elsewhere in detail. If you need more information, please follow the links. 1. […]