May 18, 2011
When installing Windows 7, you will always get asked what country you are from. Then, based on what you choose, Windows will give you wallpapers to suit your choice. If you choose United States, you will most likely get some scenic views such as the eye candy wallpaper displaying the national park and the outdoors treatment you can possibly find in the US. However, there are actually some other pieces of wallpapers that you can reveal.
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April 27, 2011
System Restore feature that Microsoft has built into Windows 7 may be pretty effective indeed in keeping Windows safe from troubles. Yet, the bad news is that it takes up a lot of hard drive space. So, if you are not a typical PC user, you may prefer to deactivate this feature instead. However, if you are worried about possible crashes considering Windows 7 is still pretty new, you had better leave this feature active.
To deactivate System Restore function, you will have to open up Control Panel and navigate to System.
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April 6, 2011
Although it may also happen on other versions of Windows, it seems that Windows 7 is the most vulnerable one to Error 43. This is the error Windows users receive when one of the devices attached to their system stops functioning properly, possibly due to driver issues. Unfortunately, it may also trigger other errors. However, it is of utmost importance to keep in mind that error code 43 mainly shows up due to some problems with the computer hardware.
For those of you who are not so familiar about driver, it is a program that is meant to control the corresponding hardware. Driver usually comes along with the hardware you buy. Without a driver, your computer hardware won’t be able to function properly. So, when Windows detects something that seems wrong with the hardware, it will raise error code 43.
Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)
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April 5, 2011
Microsoft had introduced a virtual machine feature, the XP Mode, when they released Windows 7 for the first time. With this feature, it is possible to run Windows XP under Windows 7. The system will act as if the XP operating system is accessed from another physical computer. This makes it possible for Windows 7 users to run older applications that may not be compatible with the latest version of Windows.
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March 27, 2011
The latest version of the operating system by Microsoft, Windows 7, has been used widely these days. It has a lot of cool new features in addition to the extra features, apart from the visual style, that make this version of Windows even more appealing to the PC users. One of the main features Windows 7 has to attract even more PC users to buy it is the image burning capability.
It still stands out in most of the veteran PC users how difficult it was when they had the need to burn an image file which usually turns out to have the .ISO extension. At earlier times, it was absolutely necessary for PC users to buy and install a third party file burning application to burn a .ISO image file. Clone Drive, Ahead Nero or Roxia were just some examples of these applications. Yet, thanks to Windows 7 that comes with a built-in support for image file burning, PC users can now burn an image file a lot more easily without having to even be concerned about any third party applications. (more…)
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March 24, 2011
Loyal Windows users may have known by now that carrying out upgrades from one version of Windows to another is not always going to be a hassle free operation. Instead, most users will likely encounter problems and error messages that somehow persist over time and seem to be impossible to resolve. This also applies when it comes to Windows 7, the newest version of Windows that still comes with some bugs.
One of the most well known bugs in Windows 7 is failure of upgrading to this latest version of Windows from previous versions such as Windows Vista. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that users always make sure they are connected to the internet the whole time so that their system will be able to download the latest updates right from the Microsoft website should the updates be necessary. A wired internet connection is often best in this case.
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March 24, 2011
Are you getting this error message? Well, you are not likely to be the only Windows 7 user that happens to receive this message each time you want to access a certain file or folder. This error shows up because of the permission set by default in Windows 7. In this latest installment to the operating system by Microsoft, only the Administrators have the right to access certain files and folders. As a result, common user will get the Access Denied error message instead.
As a matter of fact, for security sake, even the Administrators cannot access quite a few folders. Fortunately, this can be solved in case you carry out quite a few things that are about to be described next. However, what you should keep in mind in this case is that there are 2 vital elements. The first element is the ownership as some files can only be accessed by the owner of the system. Also, it is only the owner that has the right to assign permission to any of the users he chooses. With that being said, the other element is permission. With the right permission, you will gain access to any files and folders you want without hassles. (more…)
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March 24, 2011
Those who are trying to update their Windows 7 operating system are now able to download the SP1 available at the Microsoft website. However, unfortunately, most Windows 7 – besides Windows Server 2008 R2 – users tend to come across quite a few possible error messages which are error code FFFFFFFE, 84C40007 and 0x800F0A12. Fortunately, there are ways users can approach in the hope of getting things back to normal working conditions again. Yet, they will have to know in advance what each error code represents to help them analyze the real possible causes. This way, they may well solve the problems a lot more easily.
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March 21, 2011
Windows firewall is probably one of the better firewall for your computer. If you have windows 7, you are advised to go for windows firewall. There’s a list of advantages associated with windows firewall. You are able to protect your computer and files from being hacked by someone. You are also able to protect your computer from malicious software.
March 2, 2011
If your windows, is taking forever to startup. Then the problem probably is that to many, program want to start and cosign to windows fully start in short time or you have a mass in your windows register in this case you can try Registry Easy. But if you just want to prevent from stating unwanted programs at startup, we have a solution for you!
Click on the start button and type into search form msconfig and press enter in the Windows Xp is the same, different is just in that you must click on the Run button in the Start menu!