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How To Switch Users With 1 Click

Windows 7 How To: Switch users with just a single click thanks to this handy little shortcut. It will save you from going to the start menu, shut down options, then choosing log off

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How To Quickly Rename Multiple Files In Windows 7

A quick how to on renaming multiple files in Windows 7. By pressing the tab key or f2 you will quickly be able to rename multiple files and save yourself loads of time

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How To : Automatically Defragment New Disks

Not everyone recognises the importance of frequently defragmenting their hard drives.Windows 7 has a built in defragmenting program.

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View The Contents Of Your Clipboard

Not many people know about the clipboard in Windows 7, or on any operating system they’re using for that matter. But the thing is you’re using it nearly everyday without…

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How To Change Then Windows 7 Logon Background

I know many of our readers like to be able to customize their OS, so this little guide will show you how you can change your Windows 7 logon background.…

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Configuring System Restore In Windows 7

System Restore is an undo function for the Windows operating system. It can be used to restore a previous version of the operating system easily which by default includes files…

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Block Windows 7 Themes From Changing Mouse Pointers And Icons

Theme handling has been changed in Windows 7 compared to previous Microsoft operating system. Windows 7 gives users more freedom in creating and distributing custom Windows 7 themes. A theme…

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Shortcut To Create New Folders In Windows 7

The usual way of creating a new folder in previous Windows operating systems was to right-click on a blank space in the window or computer desktop and select the new…

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How To: Change the Number Of Jump List Items

Here is a quick tip for those Windows 7 users who would like to change the number of recent items that are displayed in the jump lists in the Windows…

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