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Avoid Getting Locked out of Windows when You Forget Your Password [How To]
Tue, Feb 21 2012 8:00
Recently, we encouraged you to set (or change) a password for your Windows account. If you lose your password, you face the reality of losing access to your files and settings. In this guide, we show you how to create a password reset disk for your PC... Read More...
Set or Change Your Windows Account Password [Quick Tip]
Mon, Feb 13 2012 15:04
While it may be relatively easy to crack a Windows account password, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use one. If your PC is mobile, you have even more reason to use this basic level of protection. This guide will show you how to set a Windows... Read More...
Create a System Restore Point in Windows 7 [How To]
Tue, Apr 26 2011 15:00
If you’re making a change to your PC like installing new software, theming your desktop, or making registry and other software edits, you should create a system restore point. This will help you roll back any changes you’ve made if it all... Read More...
Copy Windows Setup, Drivers or Bundled Software from the Recovery Partition [How To]
Tue, Mar 15 2011 11:00
When I first bought my netbook from Acer it came with the Windows 7 Starter (scam) Edition. Luckily for me I had an extra Home Premium license I could use. Problem was that the graphics driver needed was not available for download, and was not available... Read More...
Update Your Drivers for Stable PC Performance and Security [How To]
Mon, Nov 22 2010 15:00
Hardware manufacturers frequently update device drivers for their hardware to improve compatibility, efficiency, performance, and security. A device driver simplifies programming by acting as a translator between a hardware device and the applications... Read More...
Create a Guest Account for Users of Your Computer to Avoid Unwanted Changes [How To]
Mon, Nov 8 2010 7:00
If you share your PC with others or let friends use it when they come to visit, you may find that settings get changed, files deleted, programs installed etc. without your consent. I used to use a program called Windows Steady State, which provided a... Read More...
5 Easy Ways to Uninstall Toolbars In Internet Explorer 8
Sat, May 1 2010 9:00
I do not like toolbars, even as there are a lot them that are valid software, for me is a way to loss part of my screen, and performance. Many malware programs use these to track your movements on internet. You have to follow these solutions one by one... Read More...
How to Set up a Windows 7 Machine the Right Way–First Time
Mon, Apr 12 2010 9:00
When you first set up a Windows 7 machine, there are a few key things you should do. Whether you just installed a clean version of Windows 7 or bought a brand-name PC from the store with Windows 7 preinstalled, this guide will help you configure your... Read More...
Change your DNS Server in Windows 7 [How to]
Thu, Jan 14 2010 8:00
Windows 7 - The Pocket Guide | Get FREE books (Password: ilikefree ) Windows 7 - The Pocket Guide | Get FREE books (Password: ilikefree)With Google launching their new DNS Server not long ago, aptly named; Google Public DNS, I’ve been playing... Read More...