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How to turn off the UAC (those annoying confirmation prompts) in Windows Vista - This may make Windows more stable for 99% of the users who don't know how to really use their computers, but what about the rest of us who know how to maintain our system? Windows keeps asking me if I want to wipe my butt when I take a crap. How do I turn the UAC off? (1129 hits)
DDR3 FAQ - The memory comes with a promise of a power consumption reduction of 40% compared to current commercial DDR2 modules, due to DDR3's 90 nm fabrication technology, allowing for lower operating currents and voltages (1.5 V, compared to DDR2's 1.8 V or DDR's 2.5 V). "Dual-gate" transistors will be used to reduce leakage of current. (1126 hits)
How to Professionally Repair DVDs Without Spending $500 - While the methods in this article have worked well in testing, I cannot guarantee you will achieve the same results. Anything you do to your discs you do so at your own peril. (1112 hits)
Hacking Windows Vista: Speeding Up the System Boot - This involves tweaking the BIOS, modifying the system boot menu, removing unneeded drivers and system services, and much more (607 hits)
How the heck do I change my File Associations in Vista? - They are now handled by a new Set Associations window in Vista. To access the Set Associations window, follow these steps (569 hits)
Vista: Return Icons to the Smaller Classic XP Size - It's very easy to change the size of icons in Vista. To bring back the Classic Icon sizes use this tutorial (567 hits)
NVIDIA Geforce 8800 Series Overclocking Guide - this in-depth guide will show you how the extract the highest performance from your Geforce 8800 video card (567 hits)
How To: Dual-Booting Windows XP/Vista And Ubuntu 7.04 - This tutorial will be split up into two parts: Part one for people who have no operating system installed. Part two for people who have Windows XP/Vista installed and don't want to re-install Windows. (545 hits)
Windows Vista Tweak Guide - dozen tips and tricks for improving performance in Windows Vista (539 hits)
How to Tell What Type of Windows XP CD or License Key You Have - Not all Windows XP CDs and Licenses are the born equal. There are many different types of Windows XP CDs available such as OEM, Retail, Upgrade, Branded, Action Pack and Volume License versions. The problem with different versions is the license key from one version typically wont work on another version. If you have a retail license key, it wont work on an OEM disk. So you cant just "borrow your friends" CD because you lost your own. So how can you find out which license key and CD you have? Heres how (539 hits)
How to Install a Second Video Monitor to Your PC - In this tutorial we will teach you how to check if your computer can accept a second monitor without any extra hardware parts, how to physically install a second monitor to your PC and all Windows configuration that may be needed (506 hits)
The Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 Overclocking Guide - The Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 is now a legendary processor for overclocking. It has allowed more overclockers to achieve the magic 4.0 GHz than any other Core 2 Duo processor (503 hits)
Diagnosing Bad Hard Drives - beginner guide about diagnosing bad hard drives (499 hits)
Useful Cheat Sheets for Web Designers - In this post, youll find 28 excellent, useful cheat sheets in various file formats for Photoshop, Dreamweaver, colors, typography, and other web-design related topics all in one page with pictures of each cheat sheet (477 hits)
eXtreme Power Supply Calculator - What power supply do I need ? To answer this question we came up with a tool that determines the overall computer power supply wattage as well as amperage required for +12V, +5V and +3.3V rails for your desktop computer, server, or any pc computer system that uses ATX power supply. Calculator contains some usefull options such as CPU overclock, System Type, System Load and more. It contains 700+ CPUs including latest Intel and AMD processors and latest video cards from NVIDIA and ATI. (464 hits)
Free Online Linux Courses - If you want to make the switch to Linux but need a little help, there are free online courses that can help (452 hits)
How to send email to a phone - pretty usefil reference tutorial (445 hits)
Intel Core2Quad Q6600 overclocking guide (in German) - Hardwareoverclock Austria shows in their article many important steps how to overclock the Q6600 (440 hits)
Uninstall Windows Vista and Restore the Previous Versions of Windows - SoftPedia published an article about uninstalling Windows Vista and restoring the previous version of Windows (432 hits)
Upgrading to Windows 7: what XP and Vista users need to know - Planning to upgrade to Windows 7? Here is everything you need to know, including moving from Windows XP to Windows 7, moving from Windows Vista to Windows 7, and upgrading editions of Windows 7 once you already have the new operating system (426 hits)
Windows Server 2008 Step-by-Step Guides 15.0 - These step-by-step guides help IT Professionals learn about and evaluate Windows Server 2008 (403 hits)
Speed Up Vista Aero Big Time! - The following is a step-by-step on how you can dramatically increase the speed of Vista Aero and still keep most of what Vista Aero offers from a GUI perspective. (395 hits)
Unix Cheat Sheet - A collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work or for advanced users. (394 hits)
Everything You Need to Know About Camera Sensors - In this tutorial we wil teach you everything you need to know about one of the most important components of digital cameras: the sensor. (388 hits)
How to get rid of unused Vista Device Drivers - Keeping your system as clean as possible is always a good idea, and completely removing unused drivers is a way to help your system's arteries from getting clogged with digital plaque. (379 hits)
Internet Explorer 7 Tips and Tricks - Common Deployment Issues, Solutions and Workarounds. Learn some of the common deployment issues with Internet Explorer 7, along with solutions and workarounds (352 hits)
Step by Step Guide to Jailbreak and Unlock iPhone 3.0 - There's no need to be intimidated. I'm here to hold your hand every step of the way while you jailbreak or unlock your original iPhone, iPhone 3G or iPod Touch, and it's really not much of a hassle at all. (352 hits)
Windows Server 2008 Network Shell (Netsh) Technical Reference - The Windows Server 2008 Network Shell (Netsh) Technical Reference provides a comprehensive command reference for networking technologies such as Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Network Policy Server (NPS), Network Access Protection (NAP), and Routing and Remote Access Services (RRAS), among many other technologies for which there are netsh commands (348 hits)
Installing an Intel 1366 Core i7 LGA Processor - The purpose of this article is to illustrate the proper way to install a Core i7 LGA 1366 processor. Overall the process is really not difficult and once you understand the mechanics you'll be a pro in no time. (313 hits)
How to Turn on Automatic Logon in Windows - This is a subject that can be attacked a few different ways. There are many reasons why people want to log into Windows Automatically and the ways to do it are just as various. For my purposes, logging into windows automatically is an absolute must for my HTPCs. The last thing I want to do is try to spell out my password using an IMON remote! (300 hits)
Convert your Windows Server 2012 to a Workstation! - This manual will guide you through the process of configuring your Windows Server 2012 so it can be used as a day-to-day operating system. If you are absolutely not familiar with the new version of Windows, read this article first. In case you dont want to follow these steps, a converter application is available to automate the conversion process: Microsoft Server Converter 2012. (209 hits)
The Ransomware Removal Handbook: Dealing with common strains of ransomware - With the growing concern over ransomware, here are some helpful tips on removing ransomware, decrypting files, and ways to help prevent getting infected. Our guide provides a detailed explanation of what ransomware is, the types of ransomware that exist, and places special attention on how to remove ransomware without causing harm to your computer. We focus on practical methods that you can employ that emphasize removal over paying the ransom, which we strongly discourage. (181 hits)

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