Your Windows operating system is the fulcrum on which everything else runs on your PC. Without optimized Windows performance your system won't boot in a timely fashion, applications won't launch correctly and you will become more and more annoyed at the functionality and features at your diminishing disposal. In this topic we offer advice and guidance on improving your computers performance. Whether it is Windows XP or Vista, these tips, tweaks, guides and discussions aim to enlighten you, the Windows end user and enrich your entire PC experience.
If you are using Windows Vista, chances are that you have come across the 'User Account Control' pop ups often. Most people not only find such pop-ups annoying but also have no clue about what they really mean.
From it's long and storied history to it's many features, some less than popular, there is certainly a lot to know about Windows. Take this fun quiz to see what you already know, and maybe learn a few things, about the world's most popular...
One of the most tricky, yet necessary part of computing is to keeping track of all your device drivers, making sure they are updated, and in right place after you install a fresh copy of Windows upon your PC. But you needn't worry anymore, as a driver...
Waiting for MS Word to load, you recall how fast the computer worked in its first month. Often you feel that you should replace the entire computer or format the entire HDD. Here are some tips on how to make your hard disk drive faster without having...
People in the know have been using CCleaner for many years now as a way to get rid of those files that seem to come from nowhere to clutter your hard drive. It is free, fast, effective, and easy to use.
Using keyboard hotkeys can not only save you time and increase your productivity, it can also make you look like a pro! Also useful when your mouse is broken and you need to troubleshoot your computer.
By Shawn M. J. Mann
July 6, 2011
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