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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Feb 142009
 

When trying to Dual-Boot your Windows 7 beta with Windows Vista or Windows XP and installed Windows 7 in a seperate hard disk then you would have lost the option to Dual-Boot from your previous OS (say Windows Vista).

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Feb 132009
 

Sometimes your Windows Vista will fail to obtain an IP Address from a DHCP server like your Broadband or Wireless router. This is due to a design change in Windows Vista. Unlike in Windows XP (and in the later Windows 7 Beta), Windows Vista DHCP Discovery packets have Broadcast flag enabed by default. This means some of the routers or devices acting as a DHCP server which doesn't support Broadcast flag set in incoming DHCP discovery packetsmay fail to serve the Windows Vista machine with an IP Address.

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Feb 102009
 

Forget about googling around the internet to find the lyrics of your favorite music album. Lyrics plugin for Windows Media Player does the job for you. Lyrics is a free Windows Media Player plugin that displays the lyrics of your favroite music songs as it plays making it that little more pleasant to enjoy the music you love.

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Jan 222009
 

Are you wondering if Microsoft has taken off the Relaibility Monitor from Windows 7 then hold on. Its the same old story, Microsoft loves to give you a bit of a run around by changing names or make it available elsewhere. Yes, it is available under Action Center as “View System history”.

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