This tutorial will walk you through disabling the UAC that is enabled on all Windows Vista machines by default.
This tutorial will walk you through configuring windows XP (look for the Vista tutorial later) to act as a kiosk mode without needing to buy additional software. There is software available that will do most of the options that we are going to cover for you, but they cost money.
This tutorial will walk you through how to modify system files in order to change the text that is displayed on the start menu’s “start” button.
Computer being slow and you hate running a defrag because they take so long? Never manually defrag your computer again. This tutorial will show you how to set up a software application to defrag your hard drive(s) automatically, using unused resources on your machine. You will never have to modify it or tell it to run and you will not notice a degrade in performance.
Want to remotely access to your PC at home, but your workplace has security in place to prevent you from using Remote Desktop? Well, this tutorial will show you how to use a simple browse (IE, Firefox, Ect..) to remote in to your home PC.
This tutorial will show you how to use a simple Windows Batch file and the task scheduler to create an automated daily backup. We will use the date variable to backup the files into folders with the first three letters of the day as the folder name.
This tutorial will show you how to create a virtual machine which will allow your current PC to “Emulate” another PC to test on OS, Game, or Application, without risking damage to your current configuration.
This tutorial will show you how to make any Vista install fit on a single CD.
This tutorial will show you how to make a customized fully automatic (unattended) Windows install.
This tutorial will show you how to setup Microsoft Internet Explorer Content Advisor. Content filter allows you to put limits on what your web browser is able to access based on a rating system. This is very useful for parents trying to block adult sites from children.
This is a step by step tutorial that will show you how to setup a Remote Desktop Connection on your computer. In this guide I will show you how to use Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection Client/Sever behind a Linksys NAT Router with a DHCP address. If you do not meet these conditions you may still benefit from this tutorial but may need to skip certain sections. This tutorial is based on Windows XP professional, but may be applicable to other operating systems
This tutorial will show you how to use System Restore in Microsoft Windows Vista.