Use Snipping Tool to take all of your screen shots. It’s a very nice feature of Windows 7 that can eliminate the tedious steps
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There were numerous times where I left my computer unattended or if I’m in a game that Windows Update decides to reboot my machine. You only have the option to “postpone” this reboot. Thanks to the guys
I know we are all lazy nowadays and every click saves us time. Going to Start and clicking on shutdown is such a drag. No worries. I am here to simplify your life. Check out my video tutorial on how to add a shutdown
On-screen keyboard are useful for those have tablets or touchscreen PCs. I decided to make a video tutorial instead of screenshots and directions (I know I’m lazy to take those screenshots). Enjoy.
If you downloaded Windows 7 Beta, you’ll notice the “send feedback” link on top of every window. I am pretty sure more than 70% of the current beta users don’t even bother clicking on the link. There is a trick to get rid of it. Watch the video
I personally like the new Windows 7 and Vista start menu with the search box. They seem to have removed the run command from the menu. Maybe they did it to save the start menu real estate space or because no one really uses that command. For some of us, however, would prefer to have the […]
Saving time and clicks are important to me. I like to see the “My Computer” right there on my taskbar. I will show you have to add it to your taskbar with a video tutorial I made earlier today. Remember to watch in HD and Full Screen mode for the best quality.