Windows 7 comes with a new feature named Desktop Slideshow using which the desktop wallpaper or background can be changed automatically after a specified interval of time. In the earlier version of Windows, we were missing this feature. Windows 7 displays a basic wallpaper by default, to get you started. You can enable Slide show […]
Windows 7 is the successor to Windows Vista and was released in October 2009. Windows 7 is stable, smooth and highly polished compared to Vista. The end of support is January 2020.
How To Solve Wide Context Menu Problem In Windows 7
One more article on the WinRAR context menu problem. Last week, we discussed Adding missing WinRAR entries to the right-click context menu upon request from a reader. In this post, once again, I will be focusing on the WinRAR context menu problem. The problem can be seen in the below image where the context menu […]
How To Enable/Disable Animation In Vista/Windows 7 Dialog Boxes?
I’m writing this guide upon request from one of our readers. The reader was not getting the animations in the copy and move dialog boxes of Vista. If you are not aware, this feature was introduced with Vista and continued in Windows 7 as well. As you are aware, Windows Vista shows animation when the […]
How To Use Windows 7 Trail For 120 Days
Did you know that you can use the Windows 7 operating system up to 120 days easily without activation? Although we recommend you purchase a valid license and activate your copy of Windows 7 as soon as possible, the final (RTM) version of Windows 7 trial can be used up to 120 days. You can […]
How to Speed Up Windows 7 Boot
As you might know, Windows 7 has got major improvements in boot and response time compared to the predecessor Vista. You can also watch the boot drag race video of Windows7 and Vista showed by Microsoft at Hardware Engineering Conference recently. Windows 7 takes just 15-17 seconds to boot up on my (C2D 2.2 GHz, […]
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