Windows Vista

How To Play Classic DOS Games On Windows7 Or Windows Vista

Remember the old days of Windows 95 or Windows 98 when kids would carry around floppy disks and play DOS games? Classic Ms-Dos games like Dave, Prince of Persia and Super Mario were a big hit when I was in 6th standard and I still remember those days when playing DOS games was so much fun

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A Portable Solution To Update Drivers For Windows XP, Vista and 7

An updated driver lessens the chance of errors encountered if not totally negating them. SlimDrivers is a portable tool that can scan your PC for outdated drivers and find available updates for them at the same time.

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A Complete Guide to Windows ReadyBoost

Windows 7 and Vista has a feature coined ReadyBoost which makes use of flash drive storage space for speeding up Windows systems. You might have already noticed it, but in case you have not, let us take a look at it.

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Beginner’s Guide To Windows Batch Files

Learning some basics about batch files will make your computer experience much easier and interesting. In this tutorial we won’t be covering advanced commands and functions but beginners can learn a lot to start with.

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Auto-Restart Your PC after a Power Failure And Logon To A Specific Windows User Account Automatically

Here is a step by step tutorial that will explain how you can start your PC automatically after an accidental power failure and logon to a specific user account by editing your registry and system properties.

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Block Websites Using OpenDNS for Better Parental Control

No matter who you are, web-content moderation is a necessity to be safe while browsing. And here is how we can enable a proven web-content filtering for our network (office or home) with a simple DNS hack with OpenDNS.

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Show RSS Feeds as Your Desktop Background on Windows 7

Here is a step by step guide on how you could show your favorite feed or collection of feeds as your Windows desktop background.

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How to Run Multiple Instances Of Dropbox on Windows OS

Here is a nice tutorial that you can use to run multiple instances of Dropbox on your Windows OS.

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How to Change Folder BackGround in Windows Vista and Windows7

This tutorial will let you change the background of folders in Windows7 and Windows Vista. You can choose an image and set it as folder background.

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How To Share Internet Over Wireless In Windows 7 and Vista

Learn how to connect two computers running on Windows 7 or Windows Vista via Wireless network. You will also get to know how you can share Internet among those computers using wireless.

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How To Install WordPress in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows7 Using Bitnami WordPress Stack

You can install a local Wordpress blog in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 using Bitnami Wordpress stack. Using the Bitnami Stack requires no complicated setups and is the easiest way to set up a local Wordpress blog.

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How To Close or Minimize All Open Windows At Once

Every time we are finished working, we need to close all the windows that were opened manually. Or what if we need to minimize them all at once? Its really frustrating to close/minimize each one of them one at a time. Let us see how to minimize or close all open windows in a single step.

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Rotate desktop backgrounds automatically in XP using Microsoft’s own tool

On my previous article I’ve already explained how to rotate desktop backgrounds automatically in Windows 7. And I hope you also know that there are many 3rd party softwares that can perform this job for XP too. But did you know that Microsoft has their own tool to do this in XP and Vista?? Lets

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Set File and Folder Permissions for Specific users in XP/Vista

If you share your computer with multiple users, family members, friends or office colleagues – there can be situations when you might want to set folder access permissions for specific users in Windows XP or Windows Vista. If you are the administrator of your computer and don’t want other users of the same computer to

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