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Windows Tips » Windows Tweakomatic
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
The Tweakomatic is a nifty new utility that writes scripts that allow you to retrieve and/or configure Windows and Internet Explorer settings. So what, you might ask. Well, think about it. Because these are WMI scripts, they can be used to configure settings on remote computers.
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Windows Tips » Windows Installer Cleanup Utility
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
OK you installed a program a while ago and now you find that you want to remove it. Microsoft have just the tool for you but they forgot to tell you about it!
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Windows Tips » 4 Quick and Easy tips
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
Here are 4 quick easy tips to get nameless icons, properties window, screen saver and Internet Explorer tips
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Windows Tips » Shortcut Keys for Outlook
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
Here are a few short cut keys for Outlook. This is not a complete list but its got a lot for you to try.
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Windows Tips » Trace the route
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
Trace route free utility included with Windows don't know if it comes with all version of windows but it's certainly included with Windows XP.
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Windows Tips » Shutdown Shortcut (XP)
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
If you have XP, you can make shutting down a little less tedious by creating a simple shortcut. Here's How
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Windows Tips » Do you run low of memory sometimes?
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
Want to be able to free it up rather than re-boot, then try this, open notepad and paste the following code
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Windows Tips » Easy XP personal screen saver.
Posted By Guido on 25 March 2006
It used to be a total pain to create a screensaver out of your personal photo collection, but XP makes it easy. Put your pictures in the "My Pictures" folder and XP can automatically display them as a screensaver. It even uses cool transition effects.
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Photography » Tripods - How to Avoid Blurry Photos
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
All of us had the experience of shooting photos just to find out they look blurry or too soft. In almost all cases the reason for that is camera movement. When the camera moves while the shutter is open the result is a soft or blurry photo. Usually camera movements are small and for that reason in high shutter speeds the camera does not have an opportunity to move enough. However in some scenarios such as slow shutter speeds or high zoom values even the tiniest movement will result in a blurry photo.
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Photography » Definition of Resolution
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Resolution can be defined as the number of pixels that, constellated together, form an image or a photograph. Pixels are small points on the image that can have various colors. Digital photography uses pixels to create photos. Image sizes in photography are measured by the number of pixels in width and depth. The measurement is generally determined as resolution. Computer screens use the same measurements as digital photography. Most typical are sizes such as 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 960, 1280 x 1024, and so on.
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