Wednesday, June 27, 2007

How to hide users in Windows

Windows will automatically show all user accounts on the welcome screen with no easy option to disable this. You may want to have a hidden one that no one knows about, and using this tutorial, you will learn how to hide a user account from the welcome screen. Click Read More to see how!

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Enable Hidden BootScreen in Windows Vista

The Vista boot screen is very plain and dull but Microsoft has a nicer boot screen hidden in Vista that is not enabled by default. I do not know why this was not put as the boot screen, as it looks much nicer. You can manually enable it very easily. Click Read more to see how!

How to change the power button in Vista to shut down your PC.

If you do not like to put your computer to sleep or would just rather have the power button in the Vista Start Menu shut down your computer you can follow this simple guide. Click Read more to see how!

Thursday, March 01, 2007

How to keep files across multiple computers in sync!

Microsoft SyncToy is a PowerToy for Windows XP and Vista that allows you to keep folders in sync! They can be on the same drive, on different drives, or even on different computers!
Click "Read more!" to see how!

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Use Windows Vista Photo Gallery in full resolution!

As many people have noticed with Vista, if you do not have an experience rating of at least 5 then Windows Photo Gallery will not run slideshows at high resolutions. This can be a problem, especially for LCD owners because it will not run at the native resolution causing the quality of the slideshow to be heavily degraded. Fortunately, there is a simple fix that requires a little bit of registry editing. Click read more to see how!

Saturday, February 03, 2007

Extend Vista grace period up to 120 days

Every Vista DVD has the ability to install any version of Vista without a product key. If you install without a product key, you have a 30 day grace period to enter a key and activate. If you need to extend this period, you may do so by using a built in function of Vista. This may be done 3 times, each time resetting the time left to 30 days.

Press Read more to see how!