What if you could arrange all your open windows in whatever way you want and look at all of them simultaneously? Now you can do this with a freeware called WinSplit-Revolution.

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All the high-end processors of Intel came with Virtualization support but Intel never really equipped there lower end processors with virtualization whereas AMD on the other hand had added virtualization support to most of their processors in their line-up. Virtualization allows a user to run an operating system from within an operating system. Processors that supported Virtualization at hardware level provide better performance when/if a user runs an virtualized Operating system. Most of the users did not care for Virtualization since not many people require it and since the lower end Intel Chips were terrific overclocker, most of the people used to grab Intel’s lower end CPU’s, but all this is going to change with Windows 7.

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I recently wrote an article on how To Enable / Disable USB Removable Mass Storage Device Pen Drive Access in Windows. In the article, I pointed the registry changes that need to go, in order for you to be able to enable or disable a pen drive / removable mass storage device.

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In a startling revelation that took the Microsoft employees by surprise, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that Microsoft would be making the source code of all Operating systems they manufacture open source. This announcement was certainly not expected from a company whose engineers working on the code themselves didn’t have full access to it.

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Microsoft periodically releases new patches for bugs and vulnerabilities every Tuesday, however they also release something called as Service packs which offer a cumulative update for your computer. If you are a Windows Vista user, you can download the latest service pack, Windows Vista SP2 which is now publicly available to users. The new build [...]

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With every release of Windows there have been several changes to the control panel, where Microsoft has tried to group tasks and make navigation easier, however many users find it hard to use the new control panel options and prefer using the default control panel. If you want to make it a bit more easier [...]

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Sometime back we had posted some leaked screenshots of Windows 7, but Microsoft has finally displayed the latest operating system offering at PDC and there are some confirmed Windows 7 screenshots that show you how the latest operating system will look like. Here are some of the screenshots for Windows 7. Windows 7 Desktop

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Windows command prompt provides users with several commands to copy, move and delete files and the commands are quite faster than the regular GUI. Well that said deleting files from the command prompt can be quite dangerous since it skips the recycle bin altogether and works like the Shift + Delete option while using the [...]

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The Windows Desktop is used widely by users to store shortcut icons for their favorite applications, downloaded files, important notes and so on. The desktop can be easily accessed by using the hotkey’s Windows + D or Windows + M but in process of using these keys you may have to minimize any current applications [...]

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Every application you use may at one point or another crash or cease running, in most of the cases the applications show  you error messages in a alert using which you can Google or contact the support staff of the application. For many years we have painfully typed each of the word in the error [...]

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Windows Vista is visually appealing but at the same time it also uses huge amounts of memory and processing power. If your system memory is 1GB or less you will definitely see slow performance. The slowness in performance is because of the various goodies Windows Vista provides you with along with many features and components [...]

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This is a guest post written by Brown Baron. He blogs at BrownBaron.com where he writes about Technology, gaming news and reviews, gadgets and more. If you want to receive regular updates, then you can subscribe to his blog. How many of you can remember what all your installed fonts look like? If you’re like [...]

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Enso Words

I reviewed Enso Launcher last week here. After a week of using it, I am totally impressed by its simplicity yet how easy it is to get used to. If you haven’t read my last post, Enso Launcher is for Windows what QuickSilver is to Mac but different in its construction and in the way [...]

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We hear about Windows security exploitations almost every day. Most of these exploitations are on computers which haven’t been updated with the latest security fixes through Online Update. We don’t though hear enough about exploitations through any other software we might have installed in our system. In today’s world of freeware craze, we install tons [...]

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Adding and Removing programs are part of a regular computer lifecycle. You may install new software and try it out, then uninstall it after a certain amount of the time. The regular Add Remove Program available using the keyboard shortcut appwiz.cpl when typed into the windows run dialog. Many users are not exactly happy with [...]

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