How To: Install Windows 7 Or Windows 8 From USB Drive [Detailed 100% Working Guide]


This guide works 100% for Windows 7 and Windows 8 unlike most of the guides out there. I have seen many sites/blogs that have “Install Vista from USB guide” but either with incomplete steps or not working guide. I have also seen some guides that don’t’ use proper commands in this guide. After spending many […]

How To Easily Name CD/DVD Drive In Windows 7 & Vista

Windows lets users name or rename disk drives in Windows Explorer for easy recognition. Renaming disk volumes is fairly simple. Right-click on the disk drive that you would like to name or rename, click Rename option and then enter the name you would like to assign for the drive. One can also select the drive […]

How To Download Windows Updates For Offline Windows Update

Many users don’t have an internet connected Windows system to update online itself. Updating a Windows system offline is pretty tedious unless you download all the updates with the help of a net connected system & third-party software. Offline Update is a free too for Windows that downloads all the available Windows and Office updates […]

How To Upgrade Vista To Windows 7


Haven’t you installed Windows 7 yet? It’s time to move on. Tons of positive reviews have been written on Windows 7 ever since the first beta was released back in January 2009. One can give a number of reasons on why should a XP or Vista user upgrade to Windows 7. I will be focusing […]

How To Customize Disk Space Used By System Restore In Vista


Recently, I showed how to know about the amount of disk space used by System Restore service and also how to create a manual restore point in Vista. If you have followed my last post on System Restore, how to know amount of disk space used by System Restore, you may like to customize the […]

How To Know The Amount Of Disk Space Used By System Restore In Windows Vista


System Restore Points comes in handy to quickly and easily restore your Windows to a previous state without losing saved data. Windows automatically creates system restore points before installing updates. Some third-party programs also create a system restore point before starting the installation. Unlike Windows XP, its successor Windows Vista doesn’t allow you customize the […]