Quick Tip: Find Your Network Key or Password in Windows 7 Without Connecting To Your Router

On January 10, 2011, in Windows 7, by admin

This is a quick tutorial on how to find your network password very easily by going through the Network and Sharing Center, clicking your wireless network, going to wireless network properties, and choosing the security tab. Maybe it will save you some time when you suddenly forget you wireless password. Check out Nishad Gothoskar at […]

Quick Tip: Hide Desktop icons for Screen Capture

On January 8, 2011, in Windows 7, by admin

Today’s quick tip is a relatively simple one but a tip that not everyone knows about. Did you know that you can get rid of all icons from your desktop with the click of a button and then show them again with another? I didn’t and for my tutorials I was making a folder and […]

Quick Tip: How to display empty drives on Windows 7

On January 3, 2011, in Windows 7, by admin

Sorry its been a while since my last post, but I’m finally back! This is really useful to me because since I use Ubuntu, Mac OS X and Windows 7, there’s a lot of erasing and reformatting going on. I was baffled by this the first time as the drive was shown as connected in […]

How to Setup a DNS server and Speed up your Internet in Windows 7

On June 14, 2010, in Windows 7, by admin

A quick video on how to add a DNS server to your internet browsing. Trust me, this will definitely speed it up and remove the threat of malicious websites. I highly recommend however you make an account at OpenDNS because then you can track your usage. Please comment!

Link Windows Live ID accounts and Regular Windows accounts

On June 14, 2010, in Windows 7, by admin

Today there isn’t much use for this, but in the future there should be a lot of use for it. For example, your searches, browsing history, SkyDrive and other items could all be synced together! This is a promising part of Windows 7 and I can’t wait till it develops further!

Make Firefox use a LOT less memory in Windows 7

On June 14, 2010, in Windows 7, by admin

I use this because it actually does work! On my netbook, it made the speed a lot higher and also the loading time of pages. I can finally use Skype and Firefox at the same time!

Set Processor Affinity for a program in Windows 7

On June 14, 2010, in Windows 7, by admin

This tutorial lets you assign a specific program to a specific processor. This is especially useful if you want to make let’s say Windows Media Player work on processor 1 and Word on 2. This sometimes helps if you want to let the computer not choke up. I recommend you don’t set processor affinity for […]

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