Posts under Windows category

Advanced Memory Diagnostic on Windows 10/8/7 with Memtest86+

Windows 10/8/7 has an inbuilt Memory Diagnostic Tool. Most of the time Memory Diagnostic won’t detect a bad RAM. To be honest if you want to check the stability of RAM, Windows Memory Diagnostic is not recommended. You could instead, use […]

Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool in Windows 10/8/7

Windows 10/8/7 has a Memory Diagnostic Tool which you can use to check for possible memory problems, including testing of the Random Access Memory (RAM) on your computer. Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool If Windows 10/8/7/Vista detects a possible memory problem, you […]

Process Management using System Explorer for Windows

Today I found this nice freeware tool called “System Explorer“. It reminded me of Process Explorer from SysInternals but its a little more advanced. It comes with both potable and installer version. One of the interesting thing I noticed about […]

Security Essentials screensaver scans your PC with MSE, when it is activated

You may recollect that Avast antivirus had a screensaver which scanned your Windows computer when it got activated. The Security Essentials screen-saver does something similar with Microsoft Security Essentials! Security Essentials screensaver If you download and install this Security Essentials […]

Complete Windows Command Line Tools Reference Guide from Microsoft

Microsoft has updated and released its Windows Command Reference Guide for Windows 7, Windows Vista,  Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2 and its now available for download. Windows Command Line Tools Reference Guide The Windows […]

Tips for better use of ReadyBoost feature of Windows 7

There islot to know about Windows 7 ReadyBoost feature. There are many types of USB flash drives available in the market, but not all can be used for ReadyBoost. In this post I am giving some tips on how to check […]

How to use Devices and Resources in a Remote Desktop Session

Remote Desktop Connection is a technology that allows you to sit at a computer (abbreviated as a client computer) and connect to a remote computer (abbreviated as a host computer) in a different location. It helps you access your work […]

How to install and use Windows XP Mode in Windows 7

In the previous article of this series, I discussed about the new features introduced by Microsoft in Windows Virtual PC. Now moving further in this article I’ll discuss the methodology of installing and using Windows XP Mode in an easy […]

Making Math easy with Math Input Panel in Windows 7

Windows 7 has a lot of very useful tool to help you with your problems!  Math Input Panel is one of them. If you use your computer to solve math problems or to create documents or presentations that have typed […]

Working with Windows XP Mode for Windows 7

Windows XP Mode, a feature in Windows 7 (available to use with Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate versions) is a virtual Windows XP environment which is ready to use with Windows Virtual PC. It is specially designed to helps small businesses upgrade to Windows […]