Windows System Administration
CompTIA A+ Complete Study Guide
All-in-one guide prepares you for CompTIA's new A+ Certification. Prepare
for the required exam, CompTIA A+ Essentials (220-601), as well as your
choice of one of three additional exams focusing on specific job roles: More ...
How to Reset Windows 7 Password
I would like to think you're reading this article because you've forgotten your Windows 7 password,
but we both know it's really because you want access to a computer you're not authorized to use.
If the authorized user didn't bother to create a password reset disk, or if they hid it where you can't
find it, you'll need to use a windows 7 password cracker tool. More ...
Easy PC to PC Files and Settings Transfer Cable
The Belkin Easy Transfer Cable has you covered when it's time to migrate from a PC
running an older version to a new computer running Windows 7. Your user accounts,
Windows settings, files and folders, pictures and photos, MP3s, videos, program
settings and data, and e-mail messages, settings, and contacts will all be transferred
over to your new computer without a fuss. More ...
What is Windows Aero and Mouse Gestures?
Aero is Microsoft's new gimmicky graphical user interface for Windows Visa and Windows 7.
Its main feature is the translucent glassy window borders, allowing background objects to
be visible through them. Another feature of Aero is mouse gestures. The mouse gestures
are Snap, Shake, and Peek. More ...
Create a Windows 7 Disk Image Backup
A Disk Image is an exact copy of a disk. It includes the operating system, system settings,
programs, and files, and everything required for Windows to run. You can use a disk image
to restore your computer if your hard disk or your computer stops working. More ...
Guide To Setting Up Dual Monitors
Adding another monitor, especially having two large monitors, gives you a totally
different vista. With two monitors you can have your browser and massive spreadsheet
on screen at the same time. Most people don't have any idea how really easy it is to
set up dual monitors on their system. More ...
Synchronize Your PC's Clock with an Internet Time Server
Your PC should, by default, be configured to synchronize to time.windows.com every seven days.
One of the reasons you might be thinking of synchronizing your PC's clock is because it doesn't
keep accurate time. More ...
FreeDOS is a PC compatible Y2K compliant DOS that you can download from
www.freedos.org. Microsoft should have made the expiration period much
longer than 30 days. Maybe they want you to activate Windows XP before it crashes. More ...
Script to Identify Your Systems HAL
The HAL is a crucial module that sits between the Windows operating system
and the hardware. Having an incorrect HAL can cause your system to work
sluggishly or cause unexplained system lockups. The script provide in this
article will identify which HAL was installed on your system. More ...
How to Erase a Hard Disk Drive Permanently
Erasing data or files from a hard disk permanently is not easy. Even after
emptying the Recycle Bin, the files can be easily recovered. Many people
also think that formatting the hard drive will erase the files, however
a computer specialist would be able to recover the data. More ...
Turn Off Windows XP Service Pack 2 Firewall
If your PC is running Windows XP Service Pack 2, the first thing you need to do is turn
off the firewall. Why? Because a serious firewall blocks unwanted inbound and OUTBOUND
connections. SP2's firewall does not block unwanted outbound connections. More ...
Video - Microsoft Remote Desktop - Part Two
This video by ImpartLabs is a tutorial that talks about Remote Desktop. In part
one we setup the Computer receiving the Remote Connection. In this video we set
up Remote Desktop at the connection originating computer, and make the
connection to the remote computer. More ...