Nov 23 2008

Keep Vista from Switching Wireless Networks

If you have many wireless networks in your area you probably run into this issue before, By default Vista will switch wireless networks as you travel around which is fine if you’re on the go but sometimes it will also switch networks when you aren’t presenting a problem if you have a stationary computer. Here’s how to adjust that setting.

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  • Nov 15 2008

    How to Hide System Tray Icons in Vista

    If you like the clean desktop look you’re probably wondering how to hide or get rid of those pesky system tray icons next to your clock that just about every program you install wants to add there. So here’s how to do it.

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  • Nov 15 2008

    A Message from Kevin

    Hi everyone, Just a short note to let you all know Vistarevisited is still around. Its been a few weeks since I had a chance to update the blog because of my work schedule. We’re trying to complete all our ongoing projects before the end of the year and that means 50 to 60 hr weeks which is a good thing I guess considering the economic down turn this country is in. So far my company hasn’t been effected to bad. So stay tuned and subscribed and I’ll try to add new content as much as I can.

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    Nov 2 2008

    Ready for Vista SP2

    Ready for the next Vista Service Pack. Number 2 is in the wings being beta tested and if you want you can have it too. Keep in mind its in an early pre-beta stage and should only be applied to test systems. If you’re still interested down load this batch file from Mediafire and run it. It will add the necessary registry files to allow you to download it from Windows Update.

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    Oct 12 2008

    Some Basic Windows Tips

    Here are a few basic tips for Windows users, some you may know others maybe a surprise. Lets dive right in.

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    1. Instead of dragging your mouse across a word to select it you can double click it in any document, Email or web page to highlight it, then you can cut, copy or do a search on it. Triple clicking will highlight the whole paragraph.

    2. To enlarge the text on any Web page, press Ctrl and the plus or minus keys. You can also press the Ctrl key and use the scroll wheel on your mouse.

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  • Oct 11 2008

    How to Show or Hide your Desktop Icons in Vista

    If you’re anything like me ocassionaly your desktop will fill up with shortcuts icons and folders and let’s face it sometimes we don’t have the time to sort through them all to to get that clean look.

    Here’s a quick tip to hide that mess untill you get around to clean it up.

    Simply right click an empty place on your desktop and choose View, then remove the check mark next to Show Desktop Icons. And like magic no more mess.

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