After a long time I am again back to my blog….it has been almost 2 months I was on vacation. Now just returned to my normal life. Few days ago, I have an issue of creating a automatic shortcut on the desktop of the machine which was the member of the domain. I Struggle with
Microsoft Redmond has released it successive version of IE8 on the test versionÂ under the name of IE9. As Predicted this is some big stuff for the Microsoft as from MIX10.As we know, Microsoft really let Internet Explorer rot away, allowing competitors to make much better browser with better standards compliance and performance.
A simple change made into Windows 7â€™s registry can cause the operating system to cut access for end users to the settings of the User Account Control feature. According to the Redmond company, the Office 97 has been identified as the source of the problem. Microsoft explains that the issue only occurs in scenarios in
Now it has been need of every people working in desktop to have more workspaceâ€¦..Due to the lack of workspaces people are purchasing the wide screen as well as big screen monitors. and people having low budgets are having trouble with low workspace in desktop. Now not to worry to those guys we have small
Â Registry is todayâ€™s powerful tool. Fot this purpose you can use registry editior. Or you can say this is one trick that you can perform using Registry editor. So letâ€™s begin our trick. Follow these simple steps to prevent themes to automatically change Desktop icons and mouse cursors in Windows 7 using registry:
“Aero Peek” is a new feature in Windows 7 which has replaced the old “Show Desktop” shortcut. It can be found as a small rectangle present at the end of Taskbar. When you hover the mouse cursor over it, it allows you to peek behind all open windows by hiding all windows and showing only