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Ignite Your Small Business with Windows 7 Professional

Microsoft clearly trumps any other technology company for the amount to effort and resources it spends on building knowledge base and content repository to support its products and technologies. Anne Corning from the Small Business team at Microsoft shared this […]

Download Alternative Windows 7 Logon Screens

Like to tweak your Windows 7 Computer? Get bored with the default Windows 7 Logon Screen? Check out these alternative Logon Screens that have been created by some talented artist from Deviantart. Alternative Windows 7 Logon Screens Snow Leopard by […]

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Answers to common Windows Power issues – FAQ

If you have some questions pertaining to some Windows 10/8/7 power issues or problems then this FAQ will definitely be able to help you. Microsoft has compiled an excellent resource of answers to the common questions which a Window user […]

Power Plans in Windows 10. Which one should you use and when?

Windows 10/8/7 has three main power plans. They are – High Performance, Balanced and Power saver. Each Power Plan has different settings and is meant for varying situations and target different uses. Switching between the plans offers trade-offs between Performance […]

Microsoft Windows Desktop Licensing – Details, FAQ, Information

As an MVP, I would like to take this opportunity to share some guidelines on acquiring Windows Desktop Licenses which will help protect you and your organization from piracy/usage of unlicensed software, and the associated risks. Windows Desktop Licensing 1. […]

Wireless Capability turned off in Windows 10/8/7

Many times, while connecting to a wireless device it is not shown in Windows as a list of available devices. In fact, the status of Network and sharing center in the Notification Area shows it to be disabled. While troubleshooting, […]

How to achieve a Steady State in Windows 7

Windows SteadyState is a useful tool for shared-computer access; however, it supports 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista only. It does not support Windows 7. It helps defend shared computers from unauthorized changes and restricts users from changing […]

P2V Migration for Software Assurance

Even for the most skilled IT shops with resources to work through compatibility challenges, there can often be a few users that effectively block roll-outs to entire sites or larger numbers of users. Providing the option for users to retain […]