This article explains how to get your Windows XP media player to look like version 12, bundled with the Windows 7 operating system. This gives it a newer and stylized look which you might prefer instead of its previous versions.
This article deals with some of the methods for connecting or transferring your Digital Video Recorder to a PC or Laptop. This is particularly useful if you wish to store, convert or burn whatever you’ve recorded for future reruns.
If you are having problems with updates for Windows’ new operating system, read this article for possible solutions.
If you’ve wondered whether your quad-core processor is under stress (whilst looking at the running processes/Task Manager) read onwards to ease your worries about over-loading the CPU. We will discover the expected usage when dealing with a multi-core processor.
This article will look at the various steps you can take in order to find out if you have a bad motherboard. Read on if you are having problems with your Mobo and need to troubleshoot your motherboards current state, but don’t quite know how to find out.
A simple article describing how to disable right-clicking or enable it again should it not be automatically working. This article involves changing or adding registry entries, so make sure you create a backup of your registry.
If your version of WMP (Windows Media Player) is running erratically, or not at all, you can read onwards for help on how to repair a corrupt version of the program. This article deals with version 11 of WMP, part of the Vista Operating system.
A look at the causes of the stop error 0xC0000005, encountered when installing the Windows Vista operating system.
Do you find it difficult to find needed icons on your desktop? Does it look cluttered and unmanageable? If so, here are some tips on how to organise it and keep it clean of things you won’t need whilst also optimising it for speed.
If you need to do some video-editing work and are stuck with a .wmv file, this article will show you how to convert windows media video to other formats.
An overview on what to do if your Internet Explorer browser slows down.
In part two of this examination of reasons your browser may be slow, we look at spyware and adware slow-downs, and some solutions.
An overview on how to make use of the existing zoom tool in the IE7 status bar
An overview of Ruby on Rails related to social networking sites.
In this article we will look at how to install Ruby on Rails for a Windows PC.
An overview on how to use Java Server Pages to detect the users browser. Included in the overview is a sample script.
A brief article discussing how to find the size of tables in SQL. Sample code provided to make the process easier.