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Windows Media Center Customization Series

Posted by Rich On February - 22 - 2010

If you would like to give Windows Media Center a makeover and make it more functional for your needs, this series is for you. This week I’ll cover various customization and enhancement topics for Windows Media Center. See a run down of the guides below.

Note: these guides are written for Windows Vista Media Center and Windows 7 Media Center unless otherwise noted. If you find any incompatibilities, please let me know.

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komalo over at deviantart has shared a tool that will give you an Aero look to your command prompt.

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Add MoveTo-function to you Context Menu [How To]

Posted by Thomas On February - 4 - 2010

When teaching people how to use Windows I always tell them that the Right-Click menu (also known as the context menu) is the most important Windows Tool they should ever learn to use. You are no doubt familiar about the SendTo function available in the context-menu. But we don’t always want to COPY our files from one place to another, sometimes we want to move it. Of course you can use the old CTRL+X and CTRL+V trick, but that wouldn’t be neat tip to show you so, this is how you put the MoveTo function into your context menu:

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This morning we told you about SevenDriveIconChanger, which is designed by Windows Forums member, Batu, for Windows 7. Batu has created a version that’s compatible with Windows Vista.

More information and download.

Disable Problem Report Prompts in Windows [How To]

Posted by Rich On November - 10 - 2009

When a program crashes in Windows, you are asked whether you’d like to submit a report. Let me begin by saying: error reports are extremely useful to Windows and application developers (I am not implying they are used — they are useful, though.) However, if you find these report prompts annoying, you have the freedom to disable them. Learn how in this guide.

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41 Windows Vista Custom Desktop Theme Packs

Posted by Rich On October - 8 - 2009

This guide is part of the Windows Desktop Theme Customization Series. If you want to learn how to install Themes in your version of Windows or want to locate some new themes, head here. If you’d like to keep up with this series and other articles from this site, subscribe here.

Here is a collection of themes compatible with Windows Vista. Learn how to install theme here. Many themes only work on a specific operating system, architeture, and service pack. i.e. Vista SP2 x86. Please read the instructions for each theme very carefully.

:: Lumen VS ::

Windows Vista Theme 1

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