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Windows Home Server 2011 : Connecting via the Internet (part 1) - Connecting with Your Router’s IP Address
Setting up your system to allow remote connections through the Internet using the router’s IP address is easier with Windows Home Server than it is with Vista or XP, but you still have a few hoops to jump through. Here’s a summary of the steps involved.
Windows Home Server 2011 : Connecting via Windows Home Server Remote Web Access
You can use the Remote Desktop Connection program to connect to any Remote Desktop host, even hosts that don’t have the Windows Home Server Connector software installed.
Windows 8 : Touch and Gestures - Touch Navigation
Windows 8 comes with a touch “language” that is used throughout the operating system—not just on the Start screen or in tile-based apps but on the Desktop as well.
Windows 8 : The Start Screen - Live Tiles
In Windows 7 and earlier, icons were static objects that developers adorned with all sorts of non-standard accoutrements to show a message or state. That’s still true on the Desktop in Windows 8, but it is no longer the case in the tile-based interface. A carryover from the Windows Phone interface, Live Tiles can convey messages and states and display pictures and picture shows.
Windows Server 2008 : Using Windows Deployment Services - Running the sysprep GUI, Running sysprep from the Command Line
The System Preparation (sysprep) tool removes unique information on computers prior to imaging them. It removes a wide variety of computer-specific and user-specific settings on Windows computers, including the system’s security identifier (SID).
Windows Server 2008 : Using Windows Deployment Services - Adding Install Images Using wdsutil, Configuring Server Properties Using wdsutil
After you create an image group on the WDS server, you can add images to the group. The following table shows how to identify images within an image file and add images to the image group.
Windows 8 : The Start Screen - Tile Groups
Tile-based apps have a secondary tiles feature. In an app like People, you can add the tiles for individual contacts directly to your Start screen. When the People tile is live, at a glance you can see what every Tom, Dick, and Harry is up to.
Windows 8 : The Start Screen - Tiles
Shortcuts are pointers that activate the object that they point to. Shortcuts can be tiles on the Start menu. Doing this gives you an opportunity to name the tile anything you wish. Choose the New command on a context menu to create a shortcut.
Windows Home Server 2011 : Connecting via Remote Desktop Connection
Only certain Windows 7, Vista, and XP machines can act as Remote Desktop hosts, all Windows 7, Vista, and XP computers can initiate a Remote Desktop connection to a host (that is, they can act as Remote Desktop clients).
Windows Home Server 2011 : Configuring a Computer as a Remote Desktop Host
Remote Desktop is easy to configure and use, but it does require a small amount of prep work to ensure trouble-free operation. Let’s begin with the remote computer, also called the host computer.
Using Windows 7 Hardware Troubleshooting Tools : Troubleshooting with Reliability Monitor
Reliability Monitor is a tool whose purpose is to measure the stability of a system over time. In Windows 7, you can access Reliability Monitor through the Action Center by expanding the Maintenance Area and then clicking View Reliability History.
Using Windows 7 Hardware Troubleshooting Tools : Troubleshooting with Device Manager
If a troubleshooter does not automatically fix a problem related to hardware, open Device Manager for more information. Device Manager is a basic tool that you can use to determine whether there are any malfunctioning devices connected to the system.
Windows 8 : Start Screen
The tile-based interface Start screen is Windows 8’s most noticeable feature. It’s Microsoft’s glance-and-go interface. You see it when you log in to Windows 8, and even if you use Desktop on a PC for most things, you’ll find that you transit through the Start screen often.
Windows 8 : The Start Screen - Passwords, Picture Passwords, and PINs
Most users are accustomed to supplying alphanumeric passwords to gain entry to PCs. When you install Windows 8, it asks you to supply a password, and you use the Sign In screen described in the previous section to enter your password. Changing your password is easy to do.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Installing and Managing Printers (part 5) - Using the Fax Service
As long as you have an email address and a scanner, you have no need for a fax machine or a fax modem. Ninety percent of faxes are documents generated by your computer and can therefore be sent by email. Other types of documents can be easily scanned, saved as a file and…sent by email.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Installing and Managing Printers (part 4) - Setting Security Options
Security options come into play when you have a range of printers that are separate but not at all equal. For example, you might not want everyone to print to the five-dollar-per-page, dye-sublimation printer purchased for the art staff.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Installing and Managing Printers (part 3) - Adding Client Drivers for Shared Printers
Before a shared printer can be used by clients of a different architecture, such as x64 editions of Windows, you need to add the drivers for the printer to SBS. This isn’t automatic when initially sharing a printer, so you’ll need to add the necessary client drivers after the shared printer is created.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Installing and Managing Printers (part 2)
Before a Windows print server can share a printer on the network, it must first connect to the printer and install the necessary drivers. The following sections walk you through adding printers that are attached directly to the print server via a USB or parallel port interface, as well as connecting to printers with built-in network adapters.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Installing and Managing Printers (part 1)
Print servers are computers (or sometimes network appliances) that manage the communications between printers and the client computers generating the print jobs.
Windows Vista : Basic File and Folder Chores: The Techniques Used by the Pros
You can clean out your Recycle Bin at any time by right-clicking the desktop’s Recycle Bin icon and then clicking Empty Recycle Bin. The Recycle Bin contents can also be purged using Windows Vista’s Disk Cleanup utility.
Windows Vista : Navigating Vista’s New Folder Windows
Boot images boot a system into the Windows preinstallation environment (WinPE). The user is then able to connect to a WDS server and pick an installation to install on the computer.
Windows Server 2008 : Using Windows Deployment Services - Configuring the WDS Role, Adding Boot Images to WDS with wdsutil, Creating Image Groups Using wdsutil
Boot images boot a system into the Windows preinstallation environment (WinPE). The user is then able to connect to a WDS server and pick an installation to install on the computer.
Windows Server 2008 : Using Windows Deployment Services - Adding the WDS Role
You can capture the images directly on the computer using imagex or with tools built in to WDS. If you create the images on the computer with imagex, you can still copy them to WDS and multicast them to other systems.
Windows 8 : Modifying Display Appearance and Video Settings (part 2) - Configuring Video Settings, Troubleshooting Display Problems
Video settings control screen resolution, color quality, refresh rate, hardware acceleration, and color management. This section focuses on making sure that Windows 8 has correctly identified the video card and monitor, and on optimizing various video settings.
Windows 8 : Modifying Display Appearance and Video Settings (part 1) - Configuring Window Color and Appearance
Windows Aero is an enhanced interface that provides features such as the transparent taskbar background, live previews, smoother window dragging, animated window closing and opening, and more.
Windows 7 : Gadgets and Other Supplied Accessories - Exploring the Other Accessories (part 2)
For more capable word processing than Notepad can accomplish, you can use WordPad. Many people think they need to purchase Microsoft Office (which includes Microsoft Word) to do serious word processing, and Microsoft would love you to do so, but it is not necessary.
Windows 7 : Gadgets and Other Supplied Accessories - Exploring the Other Accessories (part 1)
With the advent of the little-screened “netbooks” that have become increasingly popular, Magnifier is a timely tool. Screens on netbooks are very small and often sport high resolution (translate: everything on the screen is miniscule!). Everyone who uses a netbook can potentially benefit from using this tool.
Windows 7 : Gadgets and Other Supplied Accessories - Using the Snipping Tool
The Snipping Tool is an application included in Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Experience Pack for Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. The first time it appeared was as a Tablet PC powertoy back in 2002.
Windows 8 : Customizing the Desktop and the User Interface - Screen Saver Dos and Don’ts
Screen savers are designed to turn on when a computer has been idle for a specified period of time. The original job of the screen saver was to prevent image burn-in on CRT monitors by displaying a continuously changing image. With today’s monitors, burn-in is no longer a problem, but screen savers are still around.
Windows 8 : Customizing the Desktop and the User Interface - Optimizing the Desktop Environment
When you open programs or folders, they appear on the desktop. You can arrange open programs and folders on the desktop by pressing and holding or right-clicking an empty area of the taskbar and then selecting Cascade Windows, Show Windows Stacked, or Show Windows Side By Side.
 
 
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