The Windows Vista platform is a comprehensive and resilient operating system for the Home and Business PC user. In this topic we look at all your Windows Vista Support requirements, the new look 3D Aero graphics capabilities, Windows Vista user guides and troubleshooting, to provide you with an enriched OS platform and enhanced Windows Vista driven PC performance.
The photo management program in Windows is called Windows Photo Gallery. It is free to download or use, or built-in in Windows operating systems. If you are seeing an error when editing pictures in Vista’s Windows Photo Gallery, try the possible solutions in this article.
When Windows Vista user profile errors occur it is usually a sign of either a corrupted file or a deleted profile. Vista problems like this will require an administrator to do a registry edit or will require the use of a disk recovery program.
If you need to connect your computer to another network, a virtual private networking (VPN) connection is just the ticket. A Windows Vista VPN firewall makes creating this type of connection easy. Read here the steps you need to walk through to make it happen.
This article talks about the BOOTMGR is missing error, and what you can do to fix it in Windows Vista and Windows 7..
If Windows 7 cannot connect to printer, the solution is likely an overlooked step or a simple download. Learn how to connect to local or network printers in Windows 7.
Having problems with Windows 7 describing your local wireless network as “unidentified”? This is a common problem that can easily be fixed by following these simple steps!
By using the Windows 7 file sync tool, you can take network files and folders with you on your notebook or laptop, change them, and sync the files upon your return.
You dread the lag your computer experiences when you run a virus scan, defrag or other utility, but you don’t like to leave it on all night, either. Learn how to set up Windows 7 auto shutdown so you can walk away knowing your computer will shut down at the time you determined.
The WinFS file system has been in development for years - yet the Windows 7 file system is NTFS, even though it works in a much different way than earlier versions of NTFS seen in Windows XP and Windows 2000.
Windows 7 features the best onboard firewall tool to date, offering a comprehensive set of options and even advanced settings that can be customized to tailor the behaviour of applications and ports.