GIGATweaker is a free, portable, powerful and compact tool that allows you to optimize and tweak your Windows Vista or Windows 7. GIGATweaker is one of the best and fastest programs that combine the highest comfort, compactness and power. GIGATweaker is lightweight tool with built-in Startup Manager and UnInstall Manager. All changes made by GIGATweaker in the system are transparent through informative console.
Window 7 is definitely better and improved than Windows Vista. I have been using Windows 7 for many days now and I am completely satisfied with its performance and working with it. Here is a video overview of Windows 7 showing how it is better than Windows Vista.
Whether you’re a business or individual it’s more important than ever to be able to recover from it as quickly as possible and with minimum data loss. Understanding this Microsoft Vista Ultimate and Business editions are now bundled with a good and easy to use Backup and Restore service. However it’s surprising just how many people no so little about it and are not using it. This article outlines this useful service and how to get the best out of it so you can feel secure in the knowledge recovering from a disaster is simplicity itself. A pre-requisite to using this feature of Vista is buying the license for either Vista Business or Ultimate editions. Unfortunately Microsoft have not made it available in other versions of Vista. There are two types of backup you can use, and they affect how you restore the system: Using the ‘Backup Computer’ it’s possible to write what’s called an image backup of your entire PC to a backup device usually a USB stick or external drive. This snapshot of your entire system allows you to recover exactly to the same point in time. However, because it is an ‘image’ of your system drive it requires the restoring PC to have a system drive of at least the same capacity. Usually it would be the same PC so this is not a problem. It is also the lengthier of the two backup options as it backs up the whole machine.
Maintaining a Windows system means more than just deleting files and folders. This system-tweaking tool supports both XP and Vista systems as well as Windows 7 in a single package. It does require the host machine have .NET installed. Other than that it provides a wealth of system adjustments and fine-tuning options Definitely needed in the professional system maintainer’s toolbox of applications. XDN Tweaker is a free tweaking program for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and Windows 7.
Vista/XP Tweaker gives you direct access to many Windows settings, enabling you to make your operating system behave the way you want. Tweaker also includes many settings that cannot be accessed in Windows at all without editing the registry directly.
There are most users of Windows Operating System then any other OS alive and will be; perhaps, unless there would be any wicked revolution by open source hitting everybody from everywhere or Microsoft closes down for greater good of all or due to any other weird cause. People use Microsoft Windows but they do not love it. They are forced to use it because most of their programs run with Microsoft Windows easily. They have been using it for many years now and know it best. Usually they can tell instantly that when it is necessary to reinstall the windows. It could have been the best Operating System of the world or perhaps for Universe, but sadly it is not. Every professional who is using windows, is using it but when he looks at the Apple Mac user or Linux Ubuntu User, he sighs and thumbs him up with a cheeky face, wondering when he will be able to switch.
User Account Control (UAC) is a new security component in Windows Vista. If you’ve used Windows Vista for more than 3 minutes, you know what UAC (User Account Control) is. Ever tried to install a software at Windows Vista but it prompts the following:
If you started this action, continue
User Account Control stops unauthorized changes to your computer, If you started this program then continue
You can disable annoying need your permission to continue prompts in windows vista. Seriously it has nothing to do with the security. Its just annoying. I mean there should be a prompt for any dangerous action of program but usually Windows Vista tend to alert before any installation of programs with these kind of messages. We can get rid of this message easily. There are number of way to do that including disabling via control panel, group policy editor, registry editor, msconfig and more…