Windows 7 tips and tricks newsletter & guide from Microsoft

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Windows 7 tips and tricks

Windows 7 tips and tricks

Register for a copy of this Windows newsletter, in order to automatically receive a series of Welcome to Windows emails filled with tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of your Windows operating system.

Additionally, you can also sign up for the monthly Explore Windows newsletter, containing additional articles, downloads, and more.

Interested? Go here! (The download seems to have been taken off)

NOTE: Firefox throws up a warning that it is a Web Forgery site. It is  however an authentic MS site as can be seen by this tweet from the Official Microsoft Windows Twitter account. Thanks Roger and Tim for pointing this out.

Windows 7 Tips & Tricks Guide, from Microsoft Partners, covers tips that will help improve your way of working . It will familiarize you with some new features of Windows 7.

This 8 MB download from Microsoft covers around 15 tips, which include:

  • Change the scenery
  • Crunch the numbers
  • Smart printing
  • Shake it up
  • Clean your desktop
  • New right-click features
  • Unveil your hidden drives
  • Pin folders to start menu
  • Taskbar traversing
  • Bitlocker to go protection

Windows troubleshooting platform, etc.

Download from Microsoft. (The download too seems to have been taken off)

Need some more information about using Windows 7? Visit Using Windows 7.

Need some help? Visit us at Windows Club Help Forum.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. Tim Jones

    Thanks for the tip

  2. roger

    When clicking the link provided I get the following warning: “The web site at has been reported as a web forgery designed to trick users into sharing personal or financial information.”

  3. Post updated with a Note. Thanks 🙂

  4. dvdj

    nesesito una clave para activar windows starter para activarlo porfa demeslo

  5. Robin Hall

    hi, i”m Robin,
    I didn”t get tips &trick numbers #6 and #7. could you please e-mail them to me again?

  6. Claudiogotlib

    wonderfull tool, hoever I did not have the tips 1 to 10 and Number 15

  7. Thomas

    Received an e-mail to subscribe to the Windows news letter. If one subscribed one was to get the Speed Secret e-book. I thought why not. then when I subscribed the e-book offer disappeared together with the whole e-mail.

    Perhaps I should unsubscribe .

    Does anyone has some experience with such goings on???

    Is the news letter useful??

    Answers will be welcome.

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