Tag Archives: Guide and Tips

How to stop Windows monitoring some programs for problem reporting

Reporting Problem Exceptions

Problem Reporting is one of the feature of Windows  which collects data when the installed program behaves abnormally. This data is sent over to Microsoft anonymously and when a solution is find you are notified through action center. We have talked about it in detail here. Now what if you have programs for which you do not want Windows to ...

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Move Windows User profiles to another directory

By default all the windows users data are located in C:\users\ directory if C is the directory where windows is installed. Many a times what happens is when any kid of upgrade fails resulting in files or system which is unusable you loose all the customization and the data. Profile Locater is a small program which gives a smart solution ...

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Redisgned Control Panel : Windows 7

Windows 7 integrated search makes it lot easier to find anything from files to control panel items required to change settings etc but if would like to try menu style way to access them, Windows 7 in a Box is an excellent application for you. This application has categorized all Windows settings and applications required for them into one place ...

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Windows 7 has Scheduled Defragmentation

Many of us are using Windows 7 as their primary OS now, and no doubt it is an awesome OS. Recently I came across another awesome feature of this OS; it can’t be said unique as somebody told me that it was there in Windows Vista as well. Windows 7 comes with auto defragmentation feature for the disks. Defragmentation is ...

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Pushing Open Windows left or right : Windows 7

Just tumbled upon a windows short cut key and wanted to share with you. In case you want to push any of the open active window to left or right us this combination : Win Key + Left / Right . Useful when you want to see something which is right behind it. To bring back to center, just use ...

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Close all Windows in one click

Close all is a useful application which closes all the open windows hanging on your taskbar. Pin this to your Windows 7 Superbar and you say them bye bye in one shot every day :) Handy when you have 30-40 windows open. However make sure applications like Outlook are on tray so that you dont need to open it again. ...

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Got a Question on Windows 7 ? Ask [email protected]

@Microsofthelps is the Official Twitter Account which can help you answer questions on Windows 7 which you must be having. Though at TSNW we do talk about Windows, PC, Mobile and Internet tools getting help from Microsoft Service Support online is awesome. There are 4 people in this group namely andrea, andrew, brian and zahn who are here to answer ...

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How to setup Windows XP mode in Windows 7

Since Windows Vista there is a compatibility mode enabled for every program which allows users to run programs like they are running in Windows XP machine. Same goes for Windows 7. It allows users to run programs which were running in Windows XP and Windows Vista under compatibility mode. However some of the applications might just not work due to ...

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Register for Windows 7 Community Launch Webcasts

Windows 7 is due in next 2 days and starting on 23rd October Windows 7 Webcasts are being rolled out to make you aware more about Windows 7 and its feature which would give you a clear idea on why you can opt for upgrading or even buying a fresh copy of Windows 7. These webcasts are showcased by community ...

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Going to deploy Windows 7 ? Grab this Essential Guide

Microsoft has released an in depth guide if you are planning to deploy windows 7. This is an essential  guide which covers the following topic : Deployment Platform. Planning Deployment. Testing Application Compatibility. Developing Disk Images. Migrating User State Data. Deploying Applications. Preparing Windows PE. Configuring Windows Deployment Services. Using Volume Activation. Deploying with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. 8 common issues ...

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Windows 7 Upgrade chart

If you are looking for upgrading to Windows 7 from your current system which could be XP or Vista, Walt Mossberg @ MossBlog, has come up with an exclusive chart which can clearly tell you that you can upgrade ( in Place ) keeping your system intact or you need a custom install to another drive or format everything to ...

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