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Make Windows XP Look Like Vista

Posted by Rich On February - 27 - 200839 COMMENTS

Many of you may like the look of Vista, but don’t want to pay for the upgrades to both your hardware and your operating system. In this guide I will show you how to make Windows XP look like Vista. This is a really simple guide.

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What Did The Internet Look Like in 1996?

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 200829 COMMENTS

Want to see what the internet looked like back in 1996?

I have compiled some screenshots of the more popular sites. How do they compare to today’s versions?

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Get Vista Taskbar Thumbnail Previews in Windows XP

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 200830 COMMENTS

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Want to be able to see a preview of open programs in Windows XP?

Windows Vista comes with this feature as standard. However, if you use XP – this software is for you.

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Snipping Tool

Windows Vista comes with a great screenshot tool that allows you to take different types of screenshots such as free-form snips, rectangular snips, window snips, and full screen snips.

This guide will show you how to use this great tool.

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This guide will help you improve the performance of your SATA hard drive by enhancing write caching. This guide is written for use with Windows Vista.

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Customize Your Vista (or XP) Start Menu

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 200818 COMMENTS

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The Windows Start Menu is notoriously bloated. Here I will tell you how to organize things better.

If you are experimenting with customizing Windows, this guide is for you.

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