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Adding Gmail, mintywhite, or Any Website Shortcuts 1

I check Gmail a lot and used to have it as a secondary tab in my home page when Firefox starts. I recently decided to try and add Gmail to the desktop context menu and now I want to share this trick with you. I’ve also included a file you can use to add www.mintywhite.com to your desktop context menu too.

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Create a System Restore Point in Vista [How To]

Posted by Rich On April - 14 - 2009

If you’re making a change to your PC like installing new software, theming your desktop, or making registry and other software edits, you should create a system restore point. This will help you roll back any changes you’ve made if it all goes wrong or if you decide you don’t like the changes you’ve made and want a quick fix.

This guide will show you how to create a restore point in Windows Vista. Here are guides for Windows XP and 7:

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Change Your Vista Boot Screen [How To]

Posted by Rich On April - 10 - 2009

Change Your Vista Boot Screen

If you would like to change your boot screen, which shows when Windows Vista loads, you can learn how in this guide. We’ll use a program named “Vista Visual Master.” Find out more about Vista Visual Master.

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Change Your Vista Logon Screen (Method 2) [How To]

Posted by Rich On April - 7 - 2009

I’ve covered this topic already–using Logon Studio Vista. In this guide, I’ll show you how to change you logon screen using, vista Visual Master, which is a tool that will let you tweak other parts of Vista too. Find out more about Vista Visual Master.

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Change Vista’s Computer (OEM) Information [How To]

Posted by Rich On April - 6 - 2009

If you would like to change the information about your computer without hacking the registry, then you may use Vista Visual Master. Find out more about Vista Visual Master.

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Windows Forums member, Ajay Singh, has written a guide to help you Change the Default Program for a Specific File Extensions

Thanks Ajay!


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