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There are times where you need to find out specific information about your processor.  Weather you need to check if it’s x86 or x64, AMD or Intel or its Revision number.

This Quick Tip is going to show you how to find out this very basic information instantly using only Windows Explorer and your browser.

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151_7_256x256x32This How To guide is going to show you how to remove the location history from ‘Personalization’ in Windows 7 x86 & x64.

If you’ve been using the same Windows installation for a while and like to change your background more frequently than your pants, then this drop down menu can become a bit unwieldy and sometimes ends up including broken links.
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My PC is looking more and more like Medusa these days.  With a never ending need for additional storage i find my self using multiple external hard drives.  Not to mention my iPhone, iPod, Printer, Thumb drives & camera.SNAGHTML52e09ca

So I went and bought a 6-into-1 USB adapter.  This thing was dirt cheap and i knew it was only USB 1.1.  I rarely sync my iPod and my camera is only on to charge so 1.1, for the money was ok with me.

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Remove or Change Windows Shortcut Arrows[How To]

Posted by Rich On August - 19 - 2010

Windows Forums member, Batu, shows us how to remove or change the shortcut arrow.

Remove or Change Windows Shortcut Arrows [How-To]

Windows Forums member, walt1019, made the following suggestion in our suggestion box:

Tips on securing home wireless networks could be useful. So many are still using the default settings which are wide open while some just use WEP, MAC filtering or not broadcasting the SSID which offers little to no protection.

This guide will show you how to do the following:

  • Access your router’s administration panel.
  • Secure your wireless network.
  • Secure your router.
  • Disable SSID broadcasting.
  • Connect to a non-broadcasting network.

Why do You Need to Secure Your Home Network?

With an unsecured network, I can get access to your router, PC, private documents, printer, peripheral devices, and can even monitor your instant messaging activity, emails, bank passwords etc. I can also use the internet you pay your hard earned cash for, without paying for it myself. It’s important to protect your home network and this guide will show you how. Read the rest of this entry »

Find Top 10 Largest Files with Just One Click in Windows 7 [How To]

Posted by Angel Luis On August - 18 - 2010

As many of you may have noticed from one of my previous post, (Monitor CPU and Memory Usage with Just One Click in Windows 7), I am doing a little research about Powershell.  The new script language that is shipped with Windows 7.

Today I want to show you how to find the top 10 of largest files in a computer using this new feature.

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