Erase data permanently by using the tool in Windows 7

By Jack | On Fri, Sep 23rd, 2011 - Comments Off on Erase data permanently by using the tool in Windows 7

There are many software utilities that help you to delete data permanently unrecoverable. With Windows 7, you can easily delete all your data safe without having to install any extra tools. To do this, you access the Start menu> Accessories, then right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. In the command prompt appears enter the following command: cipher / w path and press. 

Pin folder to the Taskbar in Windows 7

By Jack | On Fri, Sep 23rd, 2011 - Comments Off on Pin folder to the Taskbar in Windows 7

In Windows 7, you can easily pin a program on the taskbar by right clicking the mouse to select Pin to Taskbar program. But if you want to put a folder into the taskbar, then that directory will become a part of Windows Explorer. Following tips will help you pin down any folder in your taskbar that has nothing to Windows Explorer.  Option 1:  Pin special folders of the system Firstly,. 

Extract RAR files for free on Windows 7 and Mac OS X

By Jack | On Fri, Sep 23rd, 2011 - Comments Off on Extract RAR files for free on Windows 7 and Mac OS X

Have you ever downloaded a single file to find it has an extension. Rar? There are many applications on Windows to open the file. RAR, and while the default choice is WinRAR by the developers of the RAR file format, it’s not free. If you need to create the file, it is your best bet, but if you just extract them, you’ll want to use free and open source application 7-Zip. For Windows. 

Fix 7 common mistakes when using the USB

By Jack | On Thu, Sep 22nd, 2011 - Comments Off on Fix 7 common mistakes when using the USB

USB storage media is the most common use today. When using this device, sometimes you catch a nasty bug. Following article will help you overcome some fundamental errors. 1. Computer does not recognize USB May First you should check the USB device on multiple computers nhau.Ke to try reconnecting on the other port of the computer, especially for ports located behind the machine to table. 

Speed ​​up shutdown Windows

By Jack | On Thu, Sep 22nd, 2011 - Comments Off on Speed ​​up shutdown Windows

In the Shut Down Windows 7 machines running some programs will take the time to save data and close the program before the shutdown. By default in Windows 7 at this time was 12 seconds. But here you can reduce this time to speed up closing the program. To do this, you can use the Registry without software support. Start, choose Start> Run (or Windows + R key combination) type Regedit and. 

Slideshow with Dual-Monitor in Windows 7

By Jack | On Thu, Sep 22nd, 2011 - Comments Off on Slideshow with Dual-Monitor in Windows 7

For laptop or desktop computer using two VGA outputs, the use of Dual-Monitor features in Windows 7 for the screening and entertainment is essential. This article will show you how to use this feature may be an optimal way: To activate this feature, you press Windows + P to switch from mode to mode Extend Projector Disconnect. This feature is very familiar to those who use the Projector via. 

10 tips to secure Windows

By Jack | On Thu, Sep 22nd, 2011 - Comments Off on 10 tips to secure Windows

1. Minimize ground attack whenever possible One of the first steps to be done to “reinforcement” for a computer is to minimize the attack surface of it. The more code running on the machine, being able to exploit the higher code. So you should remove all the unimportant parts of the operating system and applications not in use. 2. Only use the prestigious Applications. 

10 best ways acceleration to boot computer

By Jack | On Thu, Sep 22nd, 2011 - Comments Off on 10 best ways acceleration to boot computer

You see my computer starts to slow and reduce the waiting time the computer boots? 10 article introduces the best way to reduce startup time by computer. 1. Remove programs started with Windows not required The programs started with Windows as the computer starts slow significantly. You can check the programs started with Windows by typing msconfig in the run box with Windows XP and in. 

How to view any file in Windows

By Jack | On Thu, Sep 22nd, 2011 - Comments Off on How to view any file in Windows

Sometimes Windows “because they” or “bundles” in advance some weird file format, not compatible. Try the following solutions. Windows 7 and Vista for you to preview most file types, including multimedia files. To find and activate preview function (preview), go to Windows Explorer and click the Preview icon top right corner. Unfortunately, the preview box is sometimes. 

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