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Put a Help and Support Center Shortcut on Your Desktop
Windows XP's built-in Help and Support Center provides troubleshooters. There's a troubleshooter for the Display, Hardware, Input Devices, Network, Printer, Sound, System Startup, and Shutdown and many more. Wouldn't it be handy to have a Help and Support shortcut right on your desktop? More ...

Keep Laptop Running when You Close Display in Windows 7
The primary advantage of a laptop PC is portability, but it's a bit cumbersome if you try to carry one with the display open. Wouldn't it be nice if the laptop PC wouldn't shut off when you close the display? This is actually an easy feature to configure. More ...

Change the Default Program for a File Type
When you double-click on a file name on your PC's desktop or in Windows Explorer, a specific application opens to handle that file. These are the default programs for those file types. Windows determines which application to open for each specific file by its file association. More ...

How to Free Some Hard Drive Space
Hard Drive Space, where does it go? The best solution is of course to buy a more roomy hard drive. But if you want a momentary and critical solution to free your hard drive space, you can try some of these tips. More ...

How to Configure Windows 7 Autoplay
In previous versions of Windows, you had only two choices: to autoplay or not to autoplay. Windows 7 lets you configure settings for each media type; whether to autoplay and which application to use to play. More ...

Steps to Fix a Wet Laptop
Spilling a liquid on a computer or similar electronic device is quite a serious problem. But, depending on how fast you act you have the potential to minimize the damage. More ...

How to Deal With a Windows Firewall Alert
You'll see a firewall warning because you're using a new program that accesses the Internet, or because something sneaky is trying to access the Internet or get into your computer from the Internet. In either case the firewall will give you a warning. More ...

Block Popups in Chrome Browser
Popups are the most annoying form of advertising. By default, Google's Chrome browser blocks pop-ups, but if you're seeing popups when using Chrome, you might want to check the setting. More ...

How to Connect Two Computers
For the home or the small office environment, connecting computers and resources like printers in a client-sever network configuration might be a little more hassle than you want to deal with. A "peer-to-peer", or "workgroup" configuration, might provide all the security and functionality you need with less expense and less expertise to administrator. More ...

View Your Windows Update Log
Something stopped working? Could the problem have been caused by a Windows update? Every day thousands of Windows PC's stop working because of Windows updates. More ...

Uninstall Windows Live Messenger From Windows 7
Windows Live Messenger is part of Windows Live Essentials, which includes other Windows Live applications such as Photo Gallery and Movie Maker. Windows Live Essentials has an uninstaller which lets you remove individual components of Windows Live Essentials. More ...

Remove My Recent Documents from the Start Menu
When you open the Start menu, it provides a menu item to display a list of all the files that you have recently opened. Although this can be handy if you want to work on those files again, it can also allow others who use your computer to trace your activities. More ...

How to Cancel a Print Job in Windows 10
Just realized you sent the wrong 26-page document to the printer? In Windows 10 you need to use the print queue to cancel a print job. More ...


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