Windows Forums member, Ajay Singh, has written a guide to help you Change the Default Program for a Specific File Extensions

Thanks Ajay!

Customize Windows 7 Send To Menu [How To]

Posted by Rich On March - 10 - 2009

Customize the Windows Seven Send To Menu

There are likely some folders on your computer that you spend a great deal of time clicking through folders to get to. Hopefully you have some kind of shortcut set up to get to them.

In this guide you’ll learn how to do one better by customizing the send to menu – enabling you to send files to a folder without opening it; thus, eliminating the need to navigate through your folders all the time.

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Load Menus Faster in Windows Vista [How To]

Posted by Rich On March - 9 - 2009

Load Menus Faster in Vista

By default, Windows Vista has a 400 ms delay when opening menus; you can shorten this time to 200 ms without degrading performance. Learn how in this guide.

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Safely Disable Unnecessary Services in Vista [How To]

Posted by Rich On March - 6 - 2009

Vista Services Optimizer 1

You may have heard or read about disabling Windows services to improve performance, but may be unsure of which services to disable. You can try an understand the technical jargon from some websites and manually disable them yourself; however, you may find you make a mistake and cause problems on your computer. In this guide, you’ll learn how to use Vista Services Optimizer, which safely disables unnecessary services on your computer.

Vista Services Optimizer

Vista Services Optimizer takes the guess work out of disabling services and does the hard work for you. The program has a fairly clean interface which guides you through the features of the program.

Vista Services Optimizer will ask you some questions and determine which services you need and then let you disable the ones you don’t need.

Download Vista Services Optimizer

Typography: Free Stylish Fonts Collection [Set 18]

Posted by Rich On March - 5 - 2009

There are so many fonts out there – but it seems you have to pay for all the good ones. Put your credit card away and enjoy these free fonts. Available to you are many more sets – linked below.

Check out more font collections on Mintywhite.com

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Use Task Manager as a Desktop Widget [How To]

Posted by Rich On March - 3 - 2009

Task Manager WidgetI was playing with task manager, when I came across this simple trick, which lets you display any item from task manager as a ‘desktop widget’; learn how to make your task manager into a widget in this guide.

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