Articles tagged: windows vista

Tip of the Day: Dump the Fax

Tip of the Day: Find Your Mouse Pointer

Tip of the Day: Control Your Laptop Buttons

Tip Of The Day: More Command History in Command Prompt

Tip Of The Day: Password Protect Your Screen Saver

Will My Old Computer Run Windows 10?

There are several options to extend the life of an older machine, depending on its capabilities.

Tip Of The Day: Executable Properties

Tip of the Day: The PSTools Suite of Command Line Tools

Tip of the Day: Yet Another Way to Open Control Panel

Tip of the Day: Move, Copy, or Create Shortcut

Tip of the Day: Master File Explorer Columns

Tip of the Day: Use Device Manager to Update Drivers

Tip of the Day: Access Device Manager Quickly

Tip of the Day: View the Full Path in Windows File Explorer

Tip of the Day: Disable Screen Effects for Speed

Tip of the Day: Large and Small Taskbar Icons

Tip of the Day: Edit Elsewhere

Tip of the Day: TAB Through Fields

Tip of the Day: Where Does Save Save?

Tip of the Day: Change the Output Audio Device

Tip of the Day: Hide the Taskbar

Tip of the Day: Run Anything

Tip of the Day: Tune Your Text for Easier Reading

Tip of the Day: Restart Explorer

Tip of the Day: Add RAM

Tip of the Day: SendTo Notepad

Tip of the Day: View Remembered Wireless Networks in Command Prompt

Tip of the Day: Quickly Run Two Copies of a Program

Tip of the Day: Try the Word Processor You Already Have

Tip of the Day: Run a Program Minimized from the Command Prompt

Tip of the Day: System Information in a Keystroke

Tip of the Day: View Your Network IP Configuration

Tip of the Day: Make a Shortcut to a Web Page

Tip of the Day: Manage Taskbar Icons

Tip of the Day: View the Full Taskbar Notification Area

Tip of the Day: When “Run as administrator” Isn’t Available

Tip of the Day: Run “As” Administrator

Tip of the Day: CTRL+ALT+DEL

Tip of the Day: Turn Off Hibernate (and Free Up Some Disk Space)

Tip of the Day: Get Speccy

What’s the Risk of Using Unsupported Software?

It turns out you are really the key when it comes to running unsupported software safely.