The problem gets worse… if you try and drag/copy files out of the folder you’ll get the error “Do you want to move or copy files from this zone?”
One of the annoyances some people have with XP is having to log in every time you reboot. Don’t get me wrong, if you have a computer that is easily accessed by anyone, having that first layer of security if vital. However, there are many times when you are the only one who is the main user of your machine. This is where using Tweak UI to automatically log into XP comes in handy.
If you’ve ever asked for help with your Windows computer that won’t boot anymore, you’ve probably been told to “Backup all your data and then reinstall”… but if you can’t boot, how can you get to your data? That’s the question we’ll be answering today.
Editor’s Note: Rainlendar2 can also be installed in Ubuntu.
Time for some Friday Fun! Developed by Shinki Productions this could be best described as the Flash version of Guitar Hero. You go through songs by hitting various keys on your keyboard during the song to score points.
If you’re the type of person that likes to print off long articles for offline reading, then you’ve no doubt had the same irritation as me: How do I disable the page URL from printing on every page? It’s really annoying, and it’s a waste of ink as well, especially since many pages have long URLs that don’t fit on the printed page anyway.
Vista Ultimate includes a feature called Shadow-Copy which automatically takes snapshots of different versions of the files you save. This allows you to easily get a version back incase you delete one. This feature is also available in Server 2003 and I can’t believe how many times this saved me when a user would delete a network share.
This article is part of Mysticgeek’s IT blog, a How-To Geek blog focused on IT geekery.
This is a guest post by Abhishek Bhatnagar from www.technixupdate.com, a blog covering Computer tips and tricks.
Have you ever wondered how many times per day you check your email? For many of us, it’s far too often… and if every single time you have to click on a little icon in the tray, or find the Outlook button in the taskbar, it can get a little annoying. Instead of that, what I do is assign a hotkey to switch to my already open Outlook window.