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 simple tutorial will walk you through the steps to configure you thumbnails to be bigger than the default size. Alternatively, you could make them smaller as well, if you would like to fit more on a page but still have the thumbnail view.
This tutorial will walk you through changing the Windows XP logo that appears when you are first logging onto your machine as well as when your machine is in the locked state.
If you have some files and/or folders that you would like to be hidden, this tutorial will show you how to mark them as system files so that they will only be displayed when the options to show system files is enabled.
This tutorial will help you use an application to make a graphical “roadmap” of the files on your hard drive. It will allow you to see what takes up the most of the space and where they are on the drive.
Do you not know your computer operating systems’ serial number and you need it? If you want to re-install windows, or do any major updating it may require you to enter you serial number to confirm you indeed have a license for the software. This tutorial will guide you through using a website and information from your registry to get your CD-Key.
Tired of launching a command prompt window, only to have to type in folder names to get where you want to be? Well, this tutorial will guide you though making it possible to launch a command prompt from any folder on your computer.
If you are running Windows XP on a slower computer you may want to turn off all the excess visual effects. These effects can look appealing, but there is no doubt that the more visual effects the Operating System has to handle, the slower the system will be. You can disable the visual effects to increase the speed of Windows XP.
This tutorial will show you how to speed up Windows by increasing the page file size. The page file, or virtual memory, is a space on the hard drive that is used to store data for temporary to use. This is similar to the way RAM works, only the data is store on your hard drive instead on a memory chip.
This tutorial will show you how to use common Windows options to make a folder completely invisible.
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.