Mar 032009
 

Just came across this cool interesting software for Windows. Fences is a program that helps you organize your desktop, and can hide your icons when they're not in use. Fences allows you to create a feence which is a simple grouping of icons on your desktop. These are shaded areas on your desktop which is fully customizable and you can label, move resize these fences as you wish. It has builtin layouts which can help you quickly organize your icons

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Jan 132009
 

Windows 7 Beta looks to be a promising version of Microsoft Operating System on the first look. Although, lot of changes are cosmetic there seems to be significant improvement on the performance front. Sounds like Microsoft has removed a lot of those blotting components of the system.

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Jan 122009
 

Microsoft recently announced the public release of its new operating system Windows 7 beta version. This is available for download both for x86 (32-bit) and X64 (64-bit) hardware. For more information on system requirements and downloads, click here

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Sep 292008
 

Did you know you can move your Documents, Desktop, Favorites, Music, Videos, Downloads,Pictures, Contacts folders etc from the default location of c:\users\<username> to a different location in “Windows Vista”?

Yes, you can certainly move all these folders to a new location which could be a different folder on the same system or to a completely different partition or a different drive (recognised under windows). One of the biggest advantages is that when you need to reinstall or repair your windows or even want to format the Windows partition, it takes the hassle out of copying those hundreds and thousands of files in your profile onto a different location or even to an external disk. Also, can allow you to allow live on its own partition and keep your personal critical files else where safe and secure by protecting with encryption techniques. This will allow the root disk or your Windows System disk operate on its own without the performance affected because of a full disk encryption.

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