Libraries are introduced with Windows 7; these libraries are special folders with special views. They are “special” because each library is an aggregate of many different folders. The default libraries include pictures, videos, music, and a few others. The data in these folders is a mix of personal files and publicly shared files on the computer/network. In this guide, you’ll learn how to add more libraries to the default selection.
Archive for January, 2009
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
- Windows 7
- Application Reviews
- Windows 8
Bit Locker encrypts your drives so others cannot access them without a password. With an increasing number of key drives at our disposal, loss of sensitive data is becoming more of a threat. In this guide, you’ll learn how to encrypt your thumb drive with BitLocker to go, which comes with Windows 7.
If you get Windows Update error 80070422 in Windows 7, this guide is for you.
I have an installation of Windows 7 running really well, on 512MB RAM*, without any problems at all. I must say: “I am very impressed by this operating system.”
See the task manager performance log below to see how the resources are being used. If you have an older system running on Windows XP (because Vista requires too much of the system), you may want to try Windows 7.
Find out how to get a 30 day (can be extended to 120 days) trial here
*I am not using Aero and only have core programs installed.
If you are one of the many who are testing Windows 7, you may have noticed the “Send Feedback” link on every window’s title bar. In this guide, you’ll learn how to remove the link manually or by applying a registry hack.
UPDATE: You can download the RTM versions of Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, and Home Premium here (64/32-bit available.)
The links to the ISO files are up again. Get your downloads below (this image gives you a 30-day license trial — learn how to get your key here):
Windows 7 Beta ISO English (x86) 2.45 GB
Windows 7 Beta ISO English (x64) 3.16 GB
NOTE: You can extend the trial to 120 days by running the following command at the command prompt: