Feb 3 2008

Top 20 Visited Posts for the Month of January 2008

editHere are the top visited posts for the month of January. Looks like a lot of people are having problems with passwords, do you think we’re just forgetting them or do you think there are more nefarious reasons involved. I have 7 computers running in my house right now and I gotta admit I’ve forgotten a few myself. The easiest program to use to erase your forgotten passwords is the Offline NT Password Editor
if you have a password problem give it a try.

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    Jan 30 2008

    Remove Those Shortcut Arrows with the Vista Shortcut Manager

    Programs Here’s a great free tool for removing those darn arrows that Vista adds to all your shortcut desktop icons. The Vista Shortcut Manager

    From their web page:Windows Vista Shortcut Overlay Remover, aka FxVisor, allows you to either way to remove the shortcut overlay arrow or to even customize it in Windows Vista, so we have written the Vista Shortcut Overlay Remover utility to enable you to do just that.

    Version 2.0:Former Vista Shortcut Overlay Remover now called Vista Shortcut Manager has added many new welcome features like: Custom overlay icons, Enable/Disable “-shortcut” extension, full support for x64 platforms, and direct upgrade from version 1.3.

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  • Jan 29 2008

    How To Keep Vista From Indexing Certain Files Or Folders

    helpindex Sometimes it might be embarrassing to have certain files or folders showing up in Vista’s search results or maybe you just want to speed up the search results by excluding some files or folders. Here’s a way to keep Vista from indexing them.

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  • Jan 25 2008

    How To Auto Hide Your Vista Taskbar

    eyesHere’s a quick tip on how to auto-hide your Taskbar. This one may seem too easy but a few readers have ask about it.

    1. Click the Start Orb and start typing Taskbar.
    2. Click Taskbar and Start menu in the results section.
    3. In the Taskbar properties, put a check mark in Auto-hide the Taskbar.
    4. Click Ok to finish.
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  • Jan 22 2008

    Customize Your Vista Taskbar By Adding your Name To It

    desktop Here’s a cool way to customize your computer by adding your name to the Vista taskbar.

    Before. 1 After. 7

    Here’s how to do it.

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    Jan 20 2008

    Setup The Number Of Logon Attempts In Vista For More Security

    password 2 A great way to secure your computer is to setup an Account Lockout Policy in Vista. This way there will be only a certain number tries at your password before the account is locked out for a set period of time. I believe this tip will only work in Vista Business and Ultimate, but let me know if I’m wrong.

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  • Jan 19 2008

    Enjoy Vista’s Hidden Aurora Animation

    magic hat Here’s a little trick to check out Vista’s Aurora Animation, its part of the System Assessment Tool but you can run it by itself.

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