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Category: Tips and Tricks

Quick Tip: Fine Tune ClearType Font Smoothing in Windows 7

Quick Tip: Fine Tune ClearType Font Smoothing in Windows 7

The default font smoothing may not suite to everyone. If the setting that is nice is smooth to your eyes may be blurry for someone else. For this reason Microsoft provides the ClearType Text Tuner...

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Quick Tip: Speed Up Windows 7 Aero

Quick Tip: Speed Up Windows 7 Aero

Many of us like the transparent glass effect in Windows 7, it looks very nice. But those of you who are using Windows 7 on computers running an underpowered graphics adapter or on Netbooks...

How To Create Ubuntu 9.10 Live Bootable USB Flash Drive

How To Create Ubuntu 9.10 Live Bootable USB Flash Drive

Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distribution available for the Desktop or Netbooks. Recently, Canonical released Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala), on 29 October 2009. This release is Canonical’s eleventh release of the distribution and it...

How To Install & Use Windows XP Mode in Windows 7

How To Install & Use Windows XP Mode in Windows 7

Windows XP Mode is freely available for Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise users. It allows you to run legacy applications inside a Windows XP virtual machine running in the background. Windows XP Mode was primarily...

How To Change Windows Product Key After Install

How To Change Windows Product Key After Install

Do you need to change your product key after installing Windows Vista or Windows 7 to activate properly? There is a very simple command line trick to do this task easily.

Quick Tip: Turn off Aero Snap in Windows 7

Quick Tip: Turn off Aero Snap in Windows 7

Aero Snap is a new feature in Windows 7. It makes the windows to automatically snap to the screen edges when you drag it to the edges of the screen. For example, when you...

Quick Tip: Get Back the Quick Launch Bar in Windows 7

Quick Tip: Get Back the Quick Launch Bar in Windows 7

The new Windows 7 Taskbar is very good and productive. But, for many Windows XP users who used to use Quick Launch bar to launch their favourite programs would miss it and its convenience...