Sep 13 2007

Create An Instant System Restore Point

Creating a System Restore Point should be quick and easy and today’s tip will show you how to create a script to do just that in only 2 clicks of your mouse. First we need to create the Visual Basic script. Step 1. Open a new text file by right clicking an empty space on […]

Sep 5 2007

Create A Shortcut To Quickly Lock Your Vista Desktop

If you are using your computer where other people have access to it whether at work or at home its a good idea to lock your desktop when you walk away from it so no one else can access your files. Here’s how to create a desktop shortcut to lock it with 1 click. Right […]

Aug 31 2007

Add Move To And Copy To Your Right Menu

When you’re navigating your files in Windows Explorer the options in the right click menu are very helpful you can open files,cut,copy, paste, send to and others but there a two that are missing. How about if you could add Move to and Copy to a folder. This little trick has saved me countless time. […]

Aug 27 2007

Running System Restore From A Command Prompt In Vista

If for any reason you can’t boot into in any mode other than safe mode with command prompt, you can still run System Restore. Here’s how. Booting into Safe Mode. If your computer has a single operating system installed, press and hold the F8 key as your computer restarts. You need to press F8 before […]

Aug 23 2007

Using A System Restore Point

Yesterday we created a System Restore point. Today we’ll use that restore point to roll our system back to an earlier date. Click Start > type in system restore. Please visit our new site at The3List Why Do Bad Things Happen In 3″s.

Aug 22 2007

Working With System Restore

System Restore helps you restore your computer’s system files to an earlier point in time. It’s a way to undo system changes to your computer without affecting your personal files, such as e?mail, documents, or photos. Sometimes, the installation of a program or a driver can cause an unexpected change to your computer or cause […]

Aug 20 2007

Unhide Operating System Files In Vista

Windows Vista by default hides the operating system files so you can’t delete or change them, but you can make them visible again in Explorer by changing a few simple settings. Here’s how. Please visit our new site at The3List Why Do Bad Things Happen In 3″s.



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