By default, in Windows vista the run command window shortcut does not appear in the start menu. To get it to come up you need to type the word run into the Search bar at the bottom of the Windows Vista start menu. This is annoying, considering that it was available the Windows XP start […]
It’s really annoying when you get a new operating system such as Windows Vista, but your old favorite programs are not compatible or will not work properly. I remember having the same problem when Windows XP came out, however now you can make most older programs run in Windows Vista. You can change settings for […]
We all know that when removing a program from your computer, you have to do it the right way. Throwing a shortcut into the recycle bin will not remove the program at all. This is generally what new computer users do to remove a software program from their computer. The only real way to remove […]
Windows Vista Tips You can resize your Desktop Icons in Windows Vista very easily. Right Click on the Desktop Click View Select Large Icons, Medium Icons, or Classic Icons You can also manually adjust the size of the icons on your desktop. This isn’t hard but it does take a bit of coordination: Left Click […]
This is an advanced tutorial on how to show super hidden files in Windows Vista. If you just want to show normal hidden files so you can access a folder such as application data, then please see show hidden files in Windows. The following tutorial is not for the average computer user as it involves […]
To find out which edition of Windows Vista is running on your computer, do the following: Open Welcome Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking Welcome Center. The edition of Windows Vista you are running is displayed with your computer details near the top of the window.
One of the great new features in Windows Vista is the Snipping Tool. The snipping tool takes screenshots of your computer desktop. Therefore you can take a snapshot of anything you see on your screen and save it on your computer. You could be in my computer, on the internet, or chatting on MSN, and […]
Windows Vista Tips There are some new <Windows> key shortcuts available in Windows Vista for your clicking pleasure. <Windows Key> + G (cycles through the Gadgets) <Windows Key> + L (locks the computer) <Windows Key> + U (activates the Ease Of Use Center) <Windows Key> + X (cycles through the Mobility Center) <Windows Key> + […]