Sep 5 2008

How to Hack 3D Pinball in Vista

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Here’s a quick little hack of 3D Pinball that will allow you to get the high score every time. If you don’t have 3D Pinball installed in Vista yet check out my post on how to add it. Now that you have it installed here’s what you need to do to get those really high scores.

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    Sep 3 2008

    Increase the Size of Your Quick Launch Icons in Vista

    The Quick launch area is a place you can add your favorite apps so there easily accsessible, By default they are displayed in a small size so here’s a quick tip to increase there size to make them easier to see. If you don’t have the Quick launch area turned on lets do that first.

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  • Sep 1 2008

    Vote for VistaRevisited

    Last week I submitted my site to the WinVistaClub Forums for The Best Windows Vista Blog or Website contest, I didn’t think I had a very good chance of winning but the judges spoke and i’m one of the top 10 finalists. Now its up to you. If you like my site give me a vote and maybe I can win.

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    Aug 31 2008

    Keep Vista’s UAC from Blanking out your Monitor

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    When the User Access Control is invoked your monitor momentarily blanks out, this used to annoy the heck out of me. Microsoft calls it “Secure Desktop” and it is a security feature in Vista that prevents virus and malware from sending a “click” message to the secure prompt dialog, which basically means they can do the honor of clicking OK for you. That being said if you are comfortable giving up some security here’s how to disable it.

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    Aug 22 2008

    Windows Vista Performance and Tuning

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    Microsoft? is offering a free download of their Performance and Tuning Springboard series. Its a 14 page document with many tips on improving the performance of your computer. Get it here

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  • Aug 17 2008

    Add or Delete Items from your Send-to Menu

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    The Sent-To menu is accessed when right clicking a file or folder and gives you the opportunity send it to another place. Sometime this menu gets crowded with shortcuts and you may want to clean it up. Or maybe you would like to add a new folder to it. First you need to navigate to the send to folder, and here’s how.

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  • Aug 9 2008

    How to Schedule the Disk Defragmenter in Vista

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    Disk defragmentation describes the process of consolidating fragmented files on your computer’s hard disk.

    Fragmentation happens to a hard disk over time as you save, change, or delete files. The changes that you save to a file are often stored at a location on the hard disk that’s different from the original file. Additional changes are saved to even more locations. Over time, both the file and the hard disk itself become fragmented, and your computer slows down as it has to look in many different places to open a file.

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