Quick search on search engines or sites directly from My Computer - video tutorial

Quick search on search engines or sites directly from My Computer - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in today's tutorial we will see how we can be more efficient when looking for certain information. Specifically we will see that using Windows Explorer (My Computer) we can search the information we need, on any site or search engine. Basically we will resort to a trick to add in Windows Explorer or search from the Start button (for Windows Vista and Windows 7) search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing, or other favorite sites we are looking for usually information, favorite videos, documents or music. What will they use us for? When we open My Computer and look for example "How to use Adobe After Effects?" and we will press the Enter key, we will be able to search for this information on any site or search engine added by us, directly from My Computer that we have in the foreground anyway. We will no longer have to open the browser, access Google or the site we want to search, ... [Read more...]

How install windows without hidden partition 7 100 MB - video tutorial

How install windows without hidden partition 7 100 MB - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in today's tutorial we will learn how to install the Windows 7 operating system without it creating the 100MB partition. As you know, when installing Windows 7, it will create a 100MB partition next to the usual C partition. The 100MB partition is practically hidden and will not appear in My Computer but if we right click on the Computer icon and choose from the context menu the Manage function, in Disk Management, we will notice that besides the usual partitions C, D, etc., we still have and a partition of 100MB. In this partition are practically kept system files, boot files with the help of which Windows 7 boots at the moment of starting. If you delete the 100MB partition you will be surprised that your operating system will no longer boot. If Windows XP and Vista were to put their boot files on partition C, Windows 7 seems to be more stubborn and creates a separate boot partition. To me this "procedure" chosen by those from ... [Read more...]

How activate the Quick Launch taskbar on windows of 7 - video tutorial

How activate the Quick Launch taskbar on windows of 7 - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in today's tutorial we will learn how to activate the quick launch in Windows 7. We know that the old XP and Windows Vista have on the right side near the Orb / Start button that quick launch menu from which we can launch the installed applications, with a single click. On Windows 7 it would not be much use for the fact that the Pin to Taskbar function was added. This means that if we right-click on any shortcut / shortcut on the Desktop or in the All Programs folder and choose from the context menu Pin to Taskbar, it will be immediately put on our Taskbar and then open the application through a single click as in Quick Launch. And yet an advantage of activating the Quick Launch would be Most applications towards the end of the installation allow us to choose where to create our shortcut, in the start menu, on the desktop and in the quick launch. If we leave the Quick Launch checkbox the application installation wizard will automatically create a… [Read more...]

VLite installation and presentation, modification and customization software for Windows or Vista 7 - video tutorial

VLite installation and presentation, modification and customization software for Windows or Vista 7 - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in this tutorial we will learn together how to install vLite and how we can use this software to be able to customize an ISO image with Windows 7 or Vista to make it brighter, smaller, to deactivate some services and functions from the installation kit so we won't have to manually do them every time you reinstall Windows Vista or Windows 7. For those who are using Windows XP we already have a tutorial about nLite that has about the same options only as its utility is for the Windows XP operating system. Using vLite you can disable certain services, functions, you can automate the installation so that the time zone setting, language, PC name, enter the serial number and so on are no longer required. You can even do some tweaks such as disabling System Restore, disabling services such as Windows Updates, AutoPlay for CDs, and external storage media. If you want … [Read more...]

How to disable the automatic installation of drivers in Windows Vista and 7 - video tutorial

How to disable the automatic installation of drivers in Windows Vista and 7 - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in today's tutorial we will learn together how to disable the automatic installation of drivers in Windows Vista or Windows 7. Why would we want this? In order to better understand, I will detail a little about the situation that I was hit by. Having a Bluetooth USB stick and no drivers for Windows 7, I wanted to install the drivers for Windows Vista from the CD that came with this Bluetooth stick. Said and done. I get the job, install the drivers on the installation CD, restart the system because I was asked and what to see? After I came back from the restart, the estimable Windows 7 stuck its tail, gave me a warning message that it had found a new device, and started to automatically search for drivers for my Bluetooth stick and then he installed them automatically without asking me for confirmation. Thus, installing my Windows Vista drivers proved unnecessary. That's how the idea for this tutorial came into being. It is known that Windows Vista and ... [Read more...]

How to use Windows Vista 7 and unlicensed legal for nearly half a year - video tutorial

How to use Windows Vista 7 and unlicensed legal for nearly half a year - video tutorial
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If you have ever installed Windows Vista or Windows 7 you know very well that you do not need a license to install these 2 operating systems. Installing Windows 7 or Vista without installing a license at the time of installation will allow you to use it for 30 days without any problem or restriction. But what do we do after the 30 days of the trial period have expired? Obviously the answer is one. We go well as some conscientious people who are at a store that distributes operating systems and buy a license for our Windows. But we still have a variant !!! Is it legal? I tell you, yes it is legal !!! With a simple command line given in CMD (command prompt) we can reactivate the 30 days of trial version. all you have to do is: 1 Click on "Start" (blind button) 2 In the search bar "Search" we write: cmd 3 We will show the search result, right click on "cmd" and choose from the context menu "Run" I would … [Read more...]