If the hiberfil.sys file on the system partition is removed, the option to hibernate is not available. A common reason for the hiberfil.sys to be deleted is from running the Disk Cleanup Tool, as explained in the Microsoft article “The hybrid sleep feature and the hibernation feature in Windows Vista may become unavailable after you use the Disk Cleanup Tool” (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928897/en-us ).
Vista Start Menu is the convenient alternative to the plain Start menu you find in Windows XP and Windows Vista. It is easily understandable for beginners, it is also highly efficient for experienced users.
If we tweak Windows Vista a little but then it can provide amazing results and you can get rid of nagging about Windows Vista low efficiency and its less friendly environment where you can not access all the information quickly as you can in Windows XP. Here is second part of Tweaking Windows Vista for better performance.
Windows Vista essential tweaks provide you some help about running Windows Vista as you want it. I will show you how can you change the name of Windows Vista registered owner. How to get information of Windows version and current Operating System and other relating information like user and physical memory. Moreover we will continue some tips about Vista in later parts of Windows Vista Tweaks to come.
Transform your windows xp into windows vista style. This release has overall improvements for features compared to previous versions and has a lot of user interface refinements for ease of use with end-user. You will find this program is amazingly easier comparing to all other shell packs.
Inside Windows Vista, there’s a secret Administrator account, and it’s different from the normal administrator account you most likely have set up on your PC. This Administrator account is not part of the Administrator group. It’s a kind of superadministrator, akin to the root account in Unix, and by default it’s turned off and hidden. (In describing this hack, we’ll always use the capital “A” for the secret Administrator account, and a lowercase “a” for a normal administrator account.)