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How To Install A deviantArt Theme In Windows 7
Themes are a common way of enhancing and beautifying the desktop. There are many Windows themes that can be installed from a setup file easily.
How To Make Ubuntu Look Like Windows 7
Ubuntu despite its 11.04 enhancements arguably does not match the elegance of the Windows 7 Aero Glass Look.
Get Android & Mac OS X Style Gadgets For Windows 7 & Windows 8 With XWidget
XWidgets is a feature rich application which providesAndroid andMac OS X style gadgets for Windows
Windows 7 : Using BitLocker Drive Encryption
Backup and System Protection ensure the availability of your files, in that they allow you to restore lost or damaged files by restoring from a backup copy. BitLocker drive encryption isn't about availability.
Windows 7 : Using System Protection (part 3) - Using previous versions
When System Protection makes copies of important system files every 24 hours, it also makes hidden shadow copies of every folder and file that was modified in the last 24 hours. The common term for that shadow copy is a previous version of the folder or file.
Windows 7 : Using System Protection (part 2) - Creating a restore point, Returning to a Previous Restore Point, Undoing a System Restore
The System Restore Wizard starts. Just read what it says and follow its directions. When you get to the page shown in Figure 2, click the restore point you created just before the installation.
Windows 7 : Using System Protection (part 1) - Turning System Protection on or off
System Protection is turned on by default for the drive on which Windows 7 is installed. That means it's protecting your Windows 7 operating system and also documents you keep in your user account folders like Documents, Pictures, Music, and so forth.
Windows 7 : Protecting Your Files - Using Backup and Restore (part 2) - Backing up the entire PC with an image, Restoring from an image to a new hard drive
The Create a System Image link in the Backup and Restore Center backs up everything on your primary hard drive (drive C:). That includes Windows 7 and all of your installed programs.
Windows 7 : Protecting Your Files - Using Backup and Restore (part 1) - Backing up files and settings
The Backup and Restore Center backs up all user files and personal settings in all user accounts by default. It does not back up Windows or any installed programs. Its main purpose is to make sure that you can recover documents like pictures, music, videos, and such in case you lose the originals on your hard drive.
Windows 7 : Protecting Your Files - Simple File Backups
The Backup and Restore Center, introduced in Windows Vista and carried over to Windows 7, is a big improvement over the Backup programs from Windows XP and before.
Windows 7 : Hardware and Software Compatibility (part 6) - Windows Virtual PC and XP Mode - Taking It to the Next Level: Windows XP Mode
For users of Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate, Microsoft provides a freely downloadable, prepackaged, and fully licensed copy of Windows XP with SP3 as a perk. Called Windows XP Mode, this feature allows you to run XP applications side by side with Windows 7 applications using Windows Virtual PC. Yeah, it really is that cool.
Windows 7 : Hardware and Software Compatibility (part 5) - Windows Virtual PC and XP Mode - Understanding Windows Virtual PC
To the operating system and applications running in a virtual environment like Windows Virtual PC, the virtual machine appears to be a real PC, with its own hardware resources and attributes. These virtualized systems have no knowledge or understanding of the host machine at all.
Windows 7 : Hardware and Software Compatibility (part 4) - Dealing with Software Incompatibility - Compatibility Mode
If you do run into an application that won't work properly in Windows 7, first try to run it within a special emulation mode called compatibility mode. This enables you to trick the application into thinking it is running on an older version of Windows.
Windows 7 : Hardware and Software Compatibility (part 3) - Understanding Windows 7 Compatibility Issues
Any discussion of PC compatibility, of course, encompasses two very different but related topics: hardware and software. In order for a given hardware device—a printer, graphics card, or whatever—to work correctly with Windows 7, it needs a working driver.
Windows 7 : Hardware and Software Compatibility (part 2) - The Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor - Picking through the Results
The Upgrade Advisor tests three areas: the PC's hardware, to determine whether it meets the minimum Windows 7 requirements; the various hardware devices attached to the system, to ensure that they all have compatible drivers; and the software applications.
Windows 7 : Hardware and Software Compatibility (part 1) - The Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor - Using the Upgrade Advisor
While the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor is primarily designed to help users of previous Windows versions discover whether their PC can be upgraded successfully to Windows 7, it also has a secret second use: it can be run on Windows 7 and used to determine whether your PC is able to run a more capable version of Windows 7.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Center - Some Tricks of the Trade (part 2) - Burning DVDs from Recorded TV, Setting Parental Control Ratings
An obvious trick you can perform is to create a DVD or VHS tape of shows recorded from TV + Movies. One reason to do so is to keep the shows to watch months or years from now, without tying up hard disk space in the meantime.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Center - Some Tricks of the Trade (part 1) - Viewing TV Shows on Your HDTV or Projector
After setting Windows Media Center as the default DVD player, simply inserting a DVD into a DVD-ROM drive should result in Media Center playing the DVD. To go to the DVD menu (where you can change scene selections, change languages, or choose your DVD’s special features), press the DVD Menu button on the remote.
Windows 7 : The WMC Functions (part 2) - Pictures, Videos, Music
Pictures + Videos is simply a slideshow presenter and video manager. You point the program to the directory (the default is Pictures) containing your digital photos, and you can step through the pictures manually or let the slideshow feature run automatically.
Windows 7 : The WMC Functions (part 1) - TV
The electronic TV Guide in WMC has made a friend out of TV again and changed my watching habits. The Guide is your online TV programming guide, so you can see what is on TV and perform searches for programs you might want to see, prearrange recordings of upcoming programs, and so forth.
Windows 7 : The WMC Hardware (part 2) - Can I Upgrade My Non-WMC PC to a WMC PC?
You can if you have the right hardware and purchase a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate. Each of these versions includes WMC and supports a wide range of hardware.
Windows 7 : The WMC Hardware (part 1) - The New WMC PC Form Factors
WMC PCs come in a wide variety of form factors that push the outside of the envelope of what we call a PC. They range from boxes that look much like PCs to those that most definitely do not.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Center—What’s the Hubbub?
Windows Media Center (or WMC as I’ll refer to it from here on out) is included in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions. All other versions of Windows 7 do not include the WMC components.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Taking Your Music and Video on the Go (part 3) - Sharing Media Throughout Your Home
Before you begin to set up media sharing throughout your home, you will need to make sure you have all the required equipment. To enable media sharing, you need a home network and a networked digital media player.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Taking Your Music and Video on the Go (part 2) - Syncing Files to Your Portable Media Player
The first step to synchronizing your files with your portable media player is to choose a portable device. Many players will work with WMP, but for the best experience, you should look for a device that is branded Certified for Windows 7.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Taking Your Music and Video on the Go (part 1) - Burning Customized CDs
WMP provides many ways that make it easier than ever to take your music and video files with you. WMP has built-in functions for burning CDs, synchronizing files to your portable media player, and sharing your media throughout your home network.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Getting Music and Video on Your Computer
WMP offers many ways to add media to your media library. These methods include ripping music from CDs to your computer, purchasing media from online stores, and adding media items already stored on your computer to the library.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Learning the Basics (part 3) - Playing Audio and Video in WMP 12
There are three options for playing audio and video media in WMP 12. These include audio CDs and video DVDs, media stored on your hard disk, and media accessible over a home network.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Learning the Basics (part 2) - Getting Around in Windows Media Player 12 - Redesigned Browsing and Searching
Click the Library breadcrumb (or the leftmost breadcrumb in the trail) to choose the type of media to browse, as shown in Figure 4. Options include Music, Videos, Pictures, Recorded TV, Other Media, and Playlists.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Learning the Basics (part 1) - Getting Around in Windows Media Player 12 - Navigating Menu Breadcrumbs
Windows Media Player (WMP) has grown into a pretty amazing application with multiple personalities. Its talents include playing music and video files from online sources or local drives (including DVDs), playing online radio and TV stations, displaying specialized web pages, organizing your music files (MP3s and WMAs), burning music CDs, copying and syncing to portable MP3 players, and providing a conduit to online media shopping sites.
 
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