Some smart queries about windows 7 to know about its errors

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Hello expert, I am using windows 7 on my lap.

But I have to know lot of Information about windows 7 server and software's?

So, I need some smart queries about windows 7 to know about its errors?

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Some smart queries about windows 7 to know about its errors

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Hello Toni,

To learn some information about windows 7 I would suggest you try out Microsoft's website.

I found a post about windows 7 that's pretty help information, Check it out here.

On the right side there is more articles and tips about windows 7.

I hope this helped you

Thanks

James C Montes.

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Some smart queries about windows 7 to know about its errors

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There are lot of free books available about window 7 tips and tricks. Here are some important things about Window 7 and they are the following:

1) Application compatibility- There is change in architecture from Window vista and window XP uses different architecture. This change in architecture make window 7 more secure than window XP

2) Hardware compatibility and requirements- Adapting to Window 7 is a challenge because of higher system requirements compared to Window XP.

3) Control the application portfolio available to end users- Windows 7 features AppLocker, a new capability that allows IT administrators to specify which applications are permitted to run on a laptop or desktop PC. This capability helps you manage license compliance and control access to sensitive programs, but also importantly, it helps reduce the opportunity for malware to run on client PCs

Here are some tips on how to perform some of the task in Window 7

Burn images- Just double-click the image file(I mean ISO image), choose the drive with the blank disc, click Burn and watch as your disc is created.

Switch to a projector- Windows 7 now provides a standard way to switch your display from one monitor to another, or a projector – just press Win+P or runDisplaySwitch.exe and choose your preferred display. (This will have no effect if you've only one display connected.)

Add network support- By default Windows Live MovieMaker won't let you import files over a network, but a quick Registry tweak will change this. Run REGEDIT, browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindows LiveMovie Maker, add a DWORD value called AllowNetworkFiles and set it to 1 to add network support.

-Some shortcuts- [Alt] + [Ctrl] + [Tag] + left/right/up/down arrow
Flip window.

– Alt] + [Tab]
Cycle through open windows.

And there are lot more such tricks you can perform.

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