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Add an Application to the Quick Launch Menu in Vista
 
For the new users, they should know those quick launch menus are the small icons that are placed on the very right side and are next to the start button. This feature is very helpful, practical and handy. Its traits are quite and rather active and fast. Users can easily add their desired programs in it.
Added: 05/31/2010, Hits: 410, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Add any application to the desktop right click menu
 
In this article we will show you how to add anything to the desktop right click menu that you’d like. The right click menu is the menu that shows up when you right click on the desktop. Let us add the notepad application for just an example but you can add other applications as well.
Added: 05/31/2010, Hits: 410, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Add control panel to the desktop right click menu in Vista
 
Control panel is a very useful folder of the system because it contains all the system maintenance applications. So an easy access to it is very much required for every efficient user and thus we will show you how to make add the control panel option to the desktop right click menu in windows vista and the windows 7.
Added: 05/31/2010, Hits: 413, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Add defragment to the right-click menu for a drive
 
Disk Defragmenter is an application in the MS windows which increases the speed of the system by rearranging the flies stored on a disk. Its purpose is to optimize the time in the storing of files and speed up the processing of the computer
Added: 05/31/2010, Hits: 424, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Disable / Enable Lock WorkStation Functionality
 
This shortcut key locks the computer unit to protect it from illegal and unofficial use. By activating this shortcut key, no one will have the right to operate and activate our system until and unless exact and right password gets entered into the computer.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 369, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Disable short cut icon overlay in window vista and windows 7
 
Short cuts feature is available in every window or the operating systems made for the home of small users. To make the difference between the original and short cut of the same file the creators add the big arrow which appears with the short cut folder. Basically short cut are made for the accessing the file in the less time and arrows with them show that the original file is placed on any other place.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 805, Rating: 1, Votes: 1
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Disable system Restore in windows Vista and Windows 7
 
The creators of the windows 7 and the window vista give the auto back up facility to theirs users. This facility can be terminated means this facility can be turned off like all other facilities.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 817, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Disabled thumbnail preview in windows vista or window 7
 
The thumbnail preview gives the large and clear view of the file on which it is enabled. This preview is update in the latest product of the Microsoft`s operating systems. It is one of the features of the window Vista and the window 7 which is added in the graphical user interface.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 791, Rating: 2, Votes: 1
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Display your Google Calendar in Windows Calendar
 
Windows Vista is the one of the best windows launched by the Microsoft. This window has all the features which one can want to be in his/her operating system. Vista has very beautiful GUI (Graphical User Interface) which gives the better view to access the application.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 368, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Dock Quick Launch or Address Toolbar to Desktop in Vista
 
Tool bars are the very old features in the windows launched by the Microsoft. But now due to the increase in technology various types of tool bar are now available for the versatile users.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 401, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Easily Determine Windows Uptime in Vista or XP Popular
 
Uptime is a measure of the time your computer system has been powered on and it was running. Therefore Uptime refers to the amount of time your computer has been running since the last reboot.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 410, Rating: 4, Votes: 1
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Easily Disable Windows 7 or Vista’s Aero before Running an Application
 
Windows Aero is the graphical user interface(GUI) and the default theme in most editions of Windows Vista and Windows 7, operating systems which have been released by Microsoft. It is an interactive graphical user interface which feels like glass.
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 789, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Enable "Pin to Start Menu" for Folders in Windows Vista / XP
 
“Pin to Start Menu” is a very smart way in which a user can add his favorite shortcuts and programs on the start menu for easy access. This feature reduces the time and energy a user has to spend to look for the shortcut or program. Sadly, this option is not possible when it comes to folders.
Added: 05/07/2010, Hits: 777, Rating: 3, Votes: 1
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Enable Ctrl+Alt+Delete for Vista Logon Screen
 
Control-Alt-Delete (often abbreviated to Ctrl-Alt-Del) also known as the "three-finger salute" is a keyboard command on systems that can be used to reboot the computer.
Added: 05/31/2010, Hits: 390, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Enable Mapping to HostnameC$ Share on Windows 7 or Vista
 
Almost everyone seems to give heed about the unseen administrator C$ share which is persistently in-built Windows file distribution Believe it or not you will be surprised that you will not be able to utilize this option in Microsoft Vista or Microsoft Windows 7.
Added: 05/31/2010, Hits: 895, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Group Policy Preferences: Understanding and Implementing Item - Level Targeting
 
Taking a look at Group Policy preferences, more specifically, the implementation of Item-Level targeting.
Added: 07/03/2009, Hits: 1,279, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How To Check How Much Space Your Computer Has Left
 
Find out how to check how much space your computer has left.
Added: 04/12/2012, Hits: 824, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How to Disable "This Page has an Unspecified Potential Security Risk" when Using Files on Network Sh
 
It is odd though that whenever we right click on a particular file, we use to get a very annoying and irksome pop-up message from the windows that “this page has an unspecified potential security risk, would you like to continue?
Added: 05/06/2010, Hits: 345, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How to Disable “Send To” Folder on Windows Explorer Context Menu
 
On windows explorer context menu, there is a “Send To” command that performs constricted and stiff type of function. But as soon as the users start going to reveal out its capacities and capabilities, they are going to find out that it is one of the most convenient and efficient shortcuts used by the windows hence it is completely and from top to bottom customizable.
Added: 05/07/2010, Hits: 392, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How to Enable Additional Clocks in Windows 7 or Vista
 
The world is a global village and if you are traveling around the world with your laptop, changing the time zone in the clock settings of your system unit is one of the things that you would definitely want to do so that it shows the correct time. In this way you will be able to keep track of your activities with respect to the local time.
Added: 05/07/2010, Hits: 686, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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