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Speed up Windows Vista With Readyboost

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 2008

Readyboost

Using Windows Readyboost is a great way to improve the performance of your computer when doing your day-to-day tasks.

In this guide, we will learn what Readyboost is, what its requirements are, and how to get it working for you.

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Free Up A Lot More Space On Your Computer with CCleaner

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 2008

ccleaner

Running out of disk space? Been using your new computer for more than a month? It’s time to clean up!

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to clean up your computer and help it run more efficiently. (This guide is written for Windows XP and Vista.)

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Create a Windows Vista Recovery Disc [How To]

Posted by Rich On February - 22 - 2008

Please note: You cannot use the disc to install Windows Vista from scratch or reinstall Windows. The recovery disc creation tool is only available with Windows Vista SP1 or later.

Looking for Windows 7 instructions? Create a Windows 7 Repair  Disc. Don’t have a disc drive and need to make a USB version?

Burn a Windows Vista Recovery Disc

To burn your own Windows repair disc:

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