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One of the staples of any office job is the traditional yellow sticky note, too often used to stick passwords next to the monitor. Being a geek, I figured I would use a digital solution instead… there are a lot of alternatives, but Windows Vista has one built right in.

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We’ve written previously about how to create your own Ultimate Boot CD for Windows, which is based on XP but can still be of use for repairing Vista computers as well. Today we’ll show you how to reset your password easily using that CD.

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One of the staples of any office job is the traditional yellow sticky note, too often used to stick passwords next to the monitor. Being a geek, I figured I would use a digital solution instead… there are a lot of alternatives, but Windows Vista has one built right in.

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So you had a great summer vacation with your family and now you want to share those photos with friends and family. If you are using Windows Vista, you can manage and share those memories with others using Vista’s Photo Gallery and Windows Live Spaces.

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So you had a great summer vacation with your family and now you want to share those photos with friends and family. If you are using Windows Vista, you can manage and share those memories with others using Vista’s Photo Gallery and Windows Live Spaces.

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While we are covering all of the free anti-spyware applications, it’s only fair to talk about the completely free Windows Defender tool built into Windows Vista and available as a free download from Microsoft for XP users.

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If you are a fan of tweaking your system and disabling services, you might find that over time your Windows Services list becomes huge and unwieldy with a large number of services in the list that will never be enabled.

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This article is part of Mysticgeek’s Realm, a How-To Geek blog focused on cyber geekery.

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Our last article on how to reset your Ubuntu password easily through the grub menu was quite popular, so I’ve decided to make a series on all the different ways to reset your password on either Linux or Windows… today’s lesson is how to use the Live CD to reset the password.

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This is a guest article by Ghaus Iftikhar Nakodari from AddictiveTips.

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