Windows XP does not come with the option to postpone the “Restart Now” dialogue box for a significant amount of time; thus, after updates, you are frequently bugged by Windows until you restart your computer. If you’re like me and don’t always want to do it straight away, this guide is for you.
Archive for July, 2008
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- Windows 7
- Application Reviews
- Windows 8
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UltimateDefrag is revolutionary defrag software that not only lets you defrag, but also considers a more important phenomenon, and that is, the placement of files and folders on your hard drive.
When I use Firefox, I frequently reopen a tab I just closed by accident or click on my favorite page links that I use every day. Wouldn’t it be nice to do both of these things and more in Windows? With FolderView you can.
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Windows Vista will allow you to use a regular CD or DVD as a flash drive (or an oversized floppy disc!) If the disc is re-writable, you can even delete files of the CD. This gives you great flexibility as you don’t need to finalize the CD each time. For about 25c, you can have a 4.3GB thumb drive that may not be pocket sized, but it is certainly portable. Learn how to create a disc like this by following this guide.
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