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As all screens are not created equal, which is why Microsoft have bundled a display color calibration tool with Windows 7. This tool is easy to use and this guide serves as a checklist for using it.
You should use this tool if:
- You’ve not calibrated your screen yet.
- You’ve changed monitors (even if it was calibrated with another computer.)
New to using the command prompt? Check out the Windows Command Prompt Beginner’s Guide
In this guide, we’ll show you some commands you can use on the Windows Command prompt. These commands can save you time if you learn how to use them and rely on them to help you manage your PC.
Not sure how to get to the command prompt? How to open the command prompt in Windows.
Want to customize the command prompt? Customize the appearance of the command prompt.
Want to get more comfortable using the command prompt? Become a Command Prompt Super User
Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.
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This is a simple guide that will show you how to create that awesome looking Windows Aero effect in Photoshop. If you are using another image editing program, then you may need to change some steps, but it is possible to create the following in most modern programs.
If you want to skip the tutorial and download the file for yourself, get it here:
Otherwise, improve your Photoshop skills by following this tutorial:
Start by creating a new document. Match the settings of your window to that of the screenshot.