A Windows PC can make your life easier but nothing can save you from the problems of a Windows OS.
One day you may learn an amazing fact that a lot of space on your computer is taken up by MySQL with not much data, actually being present in the database.
As you may know, Windows 7 has received significant improvements in boot times and system response compared to its predecessor Windows Vista. These changes allowed the system not to use all system memory when opening large number of windows. Also changes optimized system services and processes.
Imagine a situation when Internet configuration must be changed on the fly which means without rebooting OS or editing configuration files.
If you often have to handle confidential information (passwords, credit card numbers, etc.) or just large amounts of data using the clipboard, the latter can be easily cleared with the help of command line.
In this small article it will be explained for those who are still not aware, how to quickly and easily change the date and time that are displayed on your taskbar in Windows 7.
As the experience of talking to users of Windows 7 showed, not everyone knows how to create and apply system restore point, present instruction is written for those people.
Sometimes, for security purposes or to perform the diagnosis of high-traffic consumption it is useful to test which sites and ip-addresses the computer is connecting to in the secret from the user.
If you have a third party SSD you probably noticed that Mac OS X Lion probably doesn’t support TRIM on the drive. While OS X Lion supports TRIM for all Apple SSD’s, many third party SSD’s are left without trim in OS X 10.7.
Present you useful combinations of hot keys for more comfortable and quicker work in Windows 7.
Many Windows users sometimes need to close as quickly as possible all running applications, for instance, to run resource-intensive game. In this case, you can create a shortcut on your desktop that will lock the taskbar and close all programs with a single click.
Once in a while something unexpected happens with the system. It was works fine for several months, CD-ROM was working properly, without glitches. Suddenly, for no apparent reason CD-ROM disappears from "Computer" and stops working altogether.