nCleaner Cleans Junk and Shreds Old Files and Space

Posted by Rich On May - 8 - 2009

Ncleaner Cleans Junk and Shreds Old Files and Space

nCleaner is a system cleaner, much like CCleaner and Advanced SystemCare. However, nCleaner has a built in file and free space shredder, which is really helpful to protect your previously-deleted sensitive data.

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Adding Gmail, mintywhite, or Any Website Shortcuts 1

I check Gmail a lot and used to have it as a secondary tab in my home page when Firefox starts. I recently decided to try and add Gmail to the desktop context menu and now I want to share this trick with you. I’ve also included a file you can use to add mintywhite.com to your desktop context menu too.

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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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Shortcut Keys in Windows 7

Posted by Rich On March - 2 - 2009

UPDATE: I came across some more shortcuts and I’ve added them to the list.

After playing around with Windows 7, I have found the following new shortcut keys to be useful. Do you know any more?

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Set Shortcuts to Commonly Used Folders in Vista Explorer

Posted by Rich On February - 25 - 2009

Set Shortcuts to Commonly Used Folders in Vista Explorer

Windows Explorer has a great feature in Vista: the shortcut menu. This shortcut menu is customizable and can save you a lot of time if you frequently open and close files from specific locations. Learn, in this guide, how to modify this menu.

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How To Series: Customize Windows Vista Explorer

Posted by Rich On February - 23 - 2009

How To Series: Customize Windows Explorer

For the next week, I’m going to run a series of guides that will help you customize Windows Explorer on your Windows Vista machine.

These guides come from the ‘Windows Vista – Customization Manual’ [Download a copy now]. The customization manual runs over the basics of customizing your Windows Vista machine to make it more personal. This guide is free of charge to all mintywhite.com readers.

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