Windows Vista Tutorial

 



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How to know if your running 32 or 64 bit windows operating system
Category: [Windows Vista][Windows 7][Windows 8]
When Windows is installed on your computer you might not be aware of the version of windows installed, whether a 32bit or a 64bit Operating. But what if you need to install drivers for your motherboard, soundcard, or any other device attached to your system then you need to know the version of windows you are currently running so that the driver you download will be compatible with your operating systemread more...

How to Add the RUN Command at the Start Menu
Category: [Windows Vista][Windows 7]
By default when you install Windows Vista or Windows 7 on your machine, the Run command is not present in the Start menu. However you can use the search box on the start menu and type "Run" without the quotes to access the run command or just pressing Win + R on your keyboard. If you often use the RUN command you can permanently put it back on the start menu by following these simple stepsread more...

How to Monitor Your PC System Temperature
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Windows 8]
Your Central Processing Unit (CPU) or the Processor is the most essential part of your Computer and produces heat when your computer is powered up. The heat generates by the CPU should be dissipated through a heat sink along with the CPU fan. Having too much heat on the device itself will make its internal circuits damaged or burned and you may need to replace your CPU.read more...

How to Enable or Disable JavaScript in Different Web Browser
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Online Security]
JavaScript are programming language used by most website authors to add interactivity or to add functionality to their own sites such as polls, validating form and much more. With JavaScript disabled this interactive features or added functionality of many website are also disabled or cannot be executed by the browserread more...

How to Create a Windows Password Reset Disk
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Windows 8]
Adding a password to your user account in Windows will add a security to your account especially when you don't want others to view or copy your files or change your desktop look without your permission. Your password should never be shared to anyone so you are the only one who can access your account, but of course except for some valid reason that you have to share it to someone else.read more...

How to Change Your Windows User Account Password
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Windows 8]
Regularly changing your Windows User Account password is a good habit especially if you want to keep your Computer secure and don't want others to have access on your PC and or your Desktop settings. You have to change your password at once if you think someone accesses your account without your consent or if you forgot your password by using a Windows Password reset diskread more...

How to add the RUN Command to the Start Menu in Windows
Category: [Windows Vista][Windows 7]
By default when you install Windows Vista or Windows 7 on your machine, the Run command is not present in the Start menu. However you can use the search box on the start menu and type "Run" without the quotes to access the run command or just pressing Win + R on your keyboard.read more...



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