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Dual Boot Windows Vista and XP
Dual Boot Windows Vista and XP

This tutorial will show you how to install Microsoft Windows Vista in a dual boot option with Microsoft Windows XP. This is great choice when you first migrate to Vista. If there are any problems, you can simply boot into XP and get important work done. In order to install Windows Vista in a dual-boot configuration [Ö]

Date Submitted: May 17, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Using Windows Vista System Restore
Using Windows Vista System Restore

In this tutorial you will learn how to setup Mozilla Thunderbird to delete all mail that is not sent from your local domain. This will also help you learn how to set filters for other uses.

Date Submitted: May 17, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Manage User Accounts
Manage User Accounts

This tutorial we will show you how to manage all the user accounts on your Windows Vista PC. You will learn how to change your password, your picture (avatar), your account name and account type. Also, you will learn how to remove your password and how to create and manage other user accounts.

Date Submitted: May 9, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Windows Contacts
Windows Contacts

Windows Contacts is a new application distributed with Windows Vista, that replaces the old Windows Address Book. This application has all the features of its predecessor and some new ones such as the ability to add pictures to your contacts, a new XML based file format for storing...

Date Submitted: April 30, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

The complete guide to the Windows Calendar - Part 1
The complete guide to the Windows Calendar - Part 1

Windows Calendar is one of the new applications delivered with Windows Vista. This application looks like many other similar applications and offers all the expected features: support for the iCalendar file format, support for publishing...

Date Submitted: April 30, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Windows Vista Hack - Remote control your home computer from work
Windows Vista Hack - Remote control your home computer from work

Thereís always that time when you need desperately to get into your home computer from work, be it to get financial or tax information or just to kick off a download of that great movie your buddy just told you about. Most of us bound behind the corporate firewall canít get to much of anything outside of 80 or 443 as far as ports go, besides that a lot of us donít even have rights to install new...

Date Submitted: April 30, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Fit a Vista install on a single CD!
Fit a Vista install on a single CD!

There is a tool out that will allow you to do almost the same thing to a Vista build. The nice thing about vLite, is that if configured a low as possible, you can actually get the Vista Install on a since CD. Yes, thatís right, A CD, not DVD. (At the end of THIS particular build, the size will be over 800 megs.

Date Submitted: April 30, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Create a Virtual Machine for Testing Operating Systems
Create a Virtual Machine for Testing Operating Systems

In this tutorial we will look how to simulate operating system and application installs, so that you do not have to wipe your hard drive or mess up system files to do testing. This is called a virtual machine and the tool is called VMWare, and can be downloaded from www.vmware.com.

Date Submitted: April 30, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

Change the amount of space used by System Restore
Change the amount of space used by System Restore

System Restore is a very useful feature of Windows Vista but it has one main drawback. After running for a few weeks, it can use a lot of your hard disk space. With the default settings turned on, System Restore might use up to 15 percent of the space on each disk...

Date Submitted: April 15, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

How to enable AMD Cool'n'Quiet or Intel SpeedStep in Windows Vista
How to enable AMD Cool'n'Quiet or Intel SpeedStep in Windows Vista

All modern processors have built-in power management features that allow you to lower the costs of your power bills. For their latest processors, AMD developed a technology called Cool'n'Quiet and Intel another one called SpeedStep...

Date Submitted: April 15, 2007

Category: Windows Vista

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