I'm not sure whether this is the correct place. But I would like to show my question about my MacBook here. The Mac system caught SuperAdRemove ads last week. Firefox and Safari are messed up by numerous ads. I spent a few days but found out methods or posts providing step-by-step guide in...
First go to the task bar and click the windows button on the bottom right corner
then you will see a button that says shut down you will see a arrow next to it hover over the arrow and then click restart
thats how you restart your computer on windows 7
First go to the windows folder go to system 32 delete as many files as possible in that folder
delete as many exes as you can delete as many .ini files as you can and then restart your computer and you will recieve a error
and you will never be able to use your windows xp again
Windows 7 has a built in Zip feature that most people don't know about.
How to use it:
1) Right click on the file you would like to compress
2) click on "Send to" in the context menu
3) click on "Compressed (zipped) folder" to ZIP the file.
That's it your done with No third-party software to...
By default, Windows 7 retains a tiny area of the Taskbar showing to ensure that mouse-over action will bring the Taskbar back.
A free third party program that will performs total Taskbar concealment:
Taskbar Eliminator - Aviassin
Go to control panel -> Display -> Personalization -> Windows Color Slate -> Advanced appearance settings...
Then click the scroll bar in the windows that pops up to change to the scroll bars setting. then change it to the size desired.
This is something that has always bothered me when I start up my computer, if i have no password set why do i get asked to enter one on start up?
Well thankfully there is a way around this! Here is how to have Windows 7 automatically login and continue to load windows.
1. click the start orb...
Here's something that might help a lot of people, and how to prevent those pesky programs from starting up when you turn your computer on and taking up all your RAM.
It's pretty simple:
Click Start > type msconfig
Click the startup tab
Uncheck any program you do not NEED to start when windows...
All you have to do is create a shortcut anywhere you'd like and name it:
without the quotes and you'll have access to every single setting that Windows 7 has to offer. No more hunt them down to the control panel.
I decided to post a bunch of Windows 7 tips just in case anybody else is having the same issue the answer will be here for them.
How to change monitor inactive time:
In your "control panel" click on "power options", then in the left-hand side panel click "choose when to turn off the display"...