Posts under Windows category

Windows Services Optimization Guide

Tweak enthusiasts are always looking for ways to make their OS run faster, and disabling services which are not required, is a favorite. Windows Services Optimization Guide There may be many guides to tweaking the Windows 10/8/7 services, but the […]

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Shutdown or Restart Windows 7 using keyboard keys only

An interesting way to shutdown or restart your Windows 7 computer without using the mouse cursor; but by using keyboard keys only. Make sure you have saved all your work before you try it. Press the Windows Key (WinKey). Release […]

Guide: How to create an all-in-one Windows 7 DVD

If you would like to merge all the editions of Windows 7 in a single DVD, here is a simple step by step guide. This guide will show you how to create Windows 7 All In One DVD, which will […]

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Windows 7 FAQ & Tips for Beginners

If you have registered for the Windows 7 Meetup, you may have downloaded the excellent Windows 7 FAQ & Tips Word document from Microsoft. If you haven’t, you can always download it from the link mentioned at the end of […]

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Restore Zune 4.0’s missing features

Microsoft has already announced the availablity of Zune HD & Zune 4.0, but some of the features are not available for users outside US and Canada. With the help of this registry hack, non-US/CA users will be able to enable […]

Enable, disable the Shutdown Event Tracker in Windows 10/8/7

The Shutdown Event Tracker is a workstation or server feature, which can also be accessed in Windows 10/8/7, to consistently track the reason for system shutdowns. You can then use this information to analyze shutdowns and to develop a more […]

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Copy files & settings with Windows Easy Transfer

Windows 7 comes with an inbuilt tool called as Windows Easy Transfer which enables you to automatically copy your files, photos, music, e-mail, settings, and more to your new Windows 7. Windows Easy Transfer Windows Easy Transfer makes it much […]

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What is the maximum memory (RAM) limit for 64-bit Windows 7/8 ?

Different Windows editions have had different upper maximum RAM limits. 64-bit Windows support different amounts of memory as a SKU differentiating feature, with the low end being 512MB for Windows XP Starter to 128GB for Vista Ultimate and 192GB for […]

Basic Command Prompt Tips for Windows 10/8/7

Here are some basic Command Prompt Tricks and Tips to help a Windows user, while using the CMD in Windows 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7. To begin, first, launch Command Prompt. Command Prompt Tips 1] Customize CMD window You […]

How to install and uninstall Fonts in Windows 10/8/7

Fonts in Windows 7/8/10 are located in the C:\Windows\Fonts folder. Windows features over 40 new fonts. However, if you would still like to install new fonts in Windows, the process to do so now is quite simple. Install Fonts in […]

How to use Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 10/8/7

The Problem Steps Recorder or PSR.exe in the Windows operating system is a feature that enables users to record their interactions with an application and provide a detailed screen-by-screen view with accompanying the information. Problem Steps Recorder or PSR.exe Solving […]

Windows 7 Calculator

In Windows 7, several new functions have been added. The calculator can be operated in 4 modes: Standard, Scientific, Programmer & Statistics. Windows 7 Calculator Its interface has been divided into three areas. These are: Calculation history Current calculation Special […]

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Shortcut to shuffle through program windows in Windows 7

If you have multiple windows of the same program open on your Windows 7 desktop, you can go through or shuffle through them easily in Windows 7. Shuffle through program windows Starting with Windows Vista, pressing the Win+Tab key lets […]

What is a Windows Security Identifier & how to resolve an SID

A Security Identifier (SID) is a unique value of variable length that is used to identify a security principal or security group in Windows operating systems. Well-known SIDs are a group of SIDs that identify generic users or generic groups. […]