OK, so you’ve read our tutorials and you’ve run Windows Easy Transfer to transfer your data to your new computer and/or operating system. I’m sure you’re wondering what to do next. Windows Easy Transfer has created a comprehensive report that will help you decide. Since I just installed Windows 7 on my main computer a few days ago (I was a long-time, die-hard Windows XP holdout, believe it or not) I will show how the Windows Easy Transfer Reports look on my computer and how they can help. You’ll be able to see that I could have saved myself a lot of time if I’d read our tutorials before I got started (but they have not been published yet before I began, I can use that as an excuse!).
How To Manage your Programs and Windows Features in Windows
After we have shown how to backup your data for transfer with Windows Easy Transfer, it is time to show how to restore it on a new computer and/or Windows operating system. This tutorial will show how it is done, including some advanced configuration items, and also share the prerequisites required for the transfer to work. Ready? Let’s start!
Windows Explorer has been a weak-spot of both Windows Vista and Windows 7. Many users complained about it being inferior to the version used in Windows XP and a lot more frustrating to work with. Luckily, with Windows 8 things are improving a lot. After using Windows Explorer for a few days in Windows 8 Developer Preview, i can say that it rocks. It is a real pleasure to work with. Here’s twelve reasons why:
Windows Easy Transfer is a great tool, included in all recent versions of Windows, which allows you to transfer data between computers and Windows operating systems. Let’s say you want to upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 or from Windows 7 to Windows 8 - Windows Easy Transfer is the tool you can use to migrate your important files and settings. It works when transferring data between operating systems on the same computer but also when transferring between different computers. This tutorial will explain how Windows Easy Transfer works and how to make a backup of your data so that you can transfer it on another computer and/or operating system.
Are you using a modern video card from AMD, such as the AMD Radeon HD 5000 or 6000 Series? Do you have problems with text being very blurry in Internet browsers or applications from the Windows Essentials package, such as Mail, Messenger or Photo Gallery? Then you are in luck - we have a solution for you to fix this problem.
If you are the type of person to always have your camera ready for that perfect candid photo, Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 may become one of your favorite tools. It allows you to import and arrange your photos, do minor edits and touch-ups, share with friends, and even has some advanced functions that allow you to combine multiple photos in some very interesting ways. In this tutorial you will see two simple ways to import your photos into the application so you can start organizing and editing all those hard earned memories.
We continue our series of articles on Internet Explorer with a quick and useful tip: how to set 2, 3 or more websites as a homepage. Do you love reading 7 Tutorials and How-To Geek? Well... you can read our latest articles with a single click on the Internet Explorer icon. Let’s see how this is done.
Internet Explorer 9 brought plenty of changes, including a new interface for downloading files and managing them. Therefore, this tutorial will explain how downloading works in Internet Explorer 9, how to access and manage downloaded files, clear your download history and change the default download folder. Last but not least, I will explain a security feature used by Internet Explorer 9 to monitor and block certain files from being downloaded, called SmartScreen Filter.