FEATURED: How to open registry in Windows 7?
On this site you will often find instructions like “Open the registry editor”. If you don’t know how to open the registry in Windows 7 it’s going to be difficult to follow the instructions. So, here’s the how-to.
Do you want to disable Vsync, because it’s causing trouble? If so, here’s a short guide how you would disable it in Windows 7. On a sidenote, it’s also called vertical refresh. More after the break.
You’ve read our tutorial how to install custom Windows 7 themes, but you are still clueless? Well, there are some more things worth mentioning when it comes to installing Windows 7 shell themes on Windows 7 64-bit. So, here’s the revised tutorial.
In order to install Windows 7 shell themes manually, you will have to replace the shell32.dll. You basically can follow our guide that explains how to replace the explorer.exe file, but I wanted to give some very precise instructions for replacing this particular file.
Have you downloaded the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 beta yet? It’s a beta, so if you run into problems, you might want to know how to uninstall the service pack.
You can bypass the Windows 7 password quite easily if you know how. However, it can take some time depending on the password strength or if you can access an administrator account on your machine.
How you access your BIOS does not depend on your operating system (e.g. Windows 7), but on your motherboard manufacturer (e.g. ASUS). Let’s see how we can access the BIOS quickly.
Many of you probably already know that there is no boot.ini in Windows 7 or Vista, but I wanted to explain it to the less advanced users and how they can modify their boot settings via a GUI.
The Windows 7 search is good but is quickly reaching its limits when you want to search for a word inside a file. If you want to know how to find any text in a file, read this.