Windows 7 Tutorials

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Windows Mobile and Windows 7

If you do adopt a Windows Mobile smartphone, you'll find that it's easy to integrate with Windows 7, as well as some other Microsoft software, including Microsoft Office. Read more...

Making Your Computer Log On Faster

The system loaded the majority of the operating system components. Does your computer take longer to load after you sign on than it used to take when you first brought it home? Read more...

Hardware Errors

When Windows encounters a problem with a device or its driver, it changes the icon in Device Manager and displays an error code on the General tab of the device's properties dialog box. Read more...

Windows Maintenance

Your personal computer is a curious combination of digital data and temperamental machinery. To keep your system running smoothly, it pays to perform some regular maintenance tasks. Read more...

Changing Settings for an Installed Device

By default, Device Manager displays information about all currently installed and connected Plug and Play devices. To view devices that use non-Plug and Play drivers. Read more...

Managing Installed Drivers

If you're having a hardware problem that you suspect is caused by a device driver, your first stop should be Device Manager. Read more...

Host Security

As technology advances, we add more device types to the network. Most organizations have some type of handheld device that connects to the network such as a BlackBerry or an iPhone. Read more...

Configuring User Account Control

In versions of Windows prior to Vista, many users became frustrated with the inability to perform many common tasks and therefore ran their computers with an administrative user account, often the default Administrator account created when Windows was ins Read more...

Publishing and configuring RemoteApp programs

With RemoteApp programs, you can use RDS to make programs on a Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) server appear as if they are running on a user 's local computer. Read more...

Configuring RemoteApp programs and client connectivity

After you have completed the basic installation of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and created a session collection, you can optimize the user experience further. Read more...

Configuring Security Settings in Windows Firewall

Originally called the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) in Windows XP prior to SP2, Windows Firewall is a personal firewall, stopping undesirable traffic from being accepted by the computer. Read more...

Troubleshooting a Corrupted Registry

From our short exploration of Process Monitor, you can appreciate that for every piece of software that is installed or run on and even removed from a PC, the system will write, query, or delete entries in the Windows Registry. Read more...

Install Windows 7 from a USB Drive

If you want to install Windows 7 on a netbook or other computer without an optical drive, fortunately, you're not out of luck. Windows 7 and Vista can be installed from a USB Storage Drive. Read more...

Configuring Security Policies

Use of Group Policy to help provide your network with a safe and secure computing environment. Malicious individuals are forever devising new means of invading your network to steal and corrupt data Read more...

Installing and Configuring an RODC

Windows Server 2008 introduced the read-only domain controller (RODC), which contains a full replication of the domain database. Read more...

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