Want to see what the internet looked like back in 1996?
I have compiled some screenshots of the more popular sites. How do they compare to today’s versions?
Want to be able to see a preview of open programs in Windows XP?
Windows Vista comes with this feature as standard. However, if you use XP – this software is for you.
Windows Vista comes with a great screenshot tool that allows you to take different types of screenshots such as free-form snips, rectangular snips, window snips, and full screen snips.
This guide will show you how to use this great tool.
This guide will help you improve the performance of your SATA hard drive by enhancing write caching. This guide is written for use with Windows Vista.
The Windows Start Menu is notoriously bloated. Here I will tell you how to organize things better.
If you are experimenting with customizing Windows, this guide is for you.
How many times have you used CTRL+X or CTRL+V today?
There are some shortcut keys you just can’t live without, and you probably already use them frequently. Learn some more shortcut keys today and use them to save you time in the future.
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See which sites have been visited on your PC (even if private browsing mode is used)
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