Windows 7 Tutorials

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Auditing File and Folder Access

Access permissions only help protect data; they don't tell you who deleted important data or who was trying to access files and folders inappropriately. Read more...

Implementing Active Directory Domain Services

The process of implementing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is similar whether you are installing Active Directory for the first time or extending your existing Active Directory infrastructure. Read more...

Configuring File and Storage Services Windows Server

In this tutorial, we will examine the various aspects of Windows Server 2012 storage and firewall services. The various types of storage technologies, this tutorial will primarily focus on iSCSI because of the native features in Windows Server 2012. We wi Read more...

Installing and Configuring Device Drivers

Devices have changed from being single-function peripherals to complex, multifunction devices, with a large amount of local storage and the ability to run applications. They have evolved from a single type of connection, such as USB, to multi transport de Read more...

Windows Quick and Easy Solutions

We have quick and easy solutions for some of the most annoying PC problems, covering everything from sluggish speeds and desktop deficiencies to boot problems, installation issues, cryptic error messages and more. So don't just put up with Windows Read more...

Windows 8 Security Tips

Windows 8 is being touted as a major change in the way that people will use and interact with their PCs, tablets and other devices. Much of the change is evident in the user interface, with its tiled appearance and app-friendly setup. Read more...

Windows Desktop Tips

The windows desktop has been around 18 years, but if it is new to you, here is how to get to grips with it. Many people keep program? shortcuts on their desktop, but open windows can block your view of the desktop. Read more...

Windows 8 Shortcut Keys

Make life a lot easier - and save a bunch of time too - with this collection of 40 great shortcuts for windows 8. Read more...

Boost Your System Performance

Compared to most machines, a computer requires virtually no maintenance. That's because it has fewer moving parts compared to other machines. However, you can do some things to keep your computer running at its optimum. Read more...

Keeping Your Windows 8 Running Smoothly

Files and documents on your computer may be important, so if something disastrous happens to your computer or if you have to reinstall Windows from scratch, you'd be pretty upset if they were wiped. Read more...

Managing Public Cloud Services

Manage public cloud services. This objective may include, but is not limited to: Manage Windows Live services including trusted PC, storage, SkyDrive/Live Mesh apps, and groups; implement Office 365 using the Office 365 desktop setup; manage Office 365. Read more...

Maintaining Your Web Server

In this tutorial, you will learn how to work with Internet Information Services (IIS). The IIS server role gives an environment the ability to have web services for both internal- and external-facing websites. Read more...

Troubleshooting Exchange Server

Despite our care and attention, despite our best efforts to design the perfect Exchange server environment, something will inevitably go wrong at some point. Read more...

Maintaining WINS

Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) enables computers to register and resolve Network Basic Input/Output System (NetBIOS) names on Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) networks. Read more...

Maintaining Windows Home Server

Computers are useful beasts that do some pretty amazing tricks. However, one trick they haven't yet mastered is selfmaintenance. Most of our other appliances run for years without much tending, but our computer appliances, being much more complex than you Read more...

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