Monthly Archives: January 2011
As you know, the User Account Control (UAC) system is the heart and soul of the security system in Microsoft Windows 7. It is designed to protect your system from inadvertent or malicious incidents that could compromise stability or security … Continue reading
The ability to recover deleted files from an NTFS file system is something any good consultant should have in their back pocket. This also applies to the ability to recover files from a machine that has been rendered unbootable. There … Continue reading
Classic Shell is a very good program and must be popular as it has steadily advanced from version 0.9.10 to version 2.9.2. However, using Classic Shell isn’t the only way that you can get a Classic Start Menu in Windows … Continue reading
Along with Windows 7’s new features comes a set of new keyboard shortcuts. This little cheat sheet will help you work more efficiently with the latest version of Windows.
When you need to reboot a Windows server, you’ll occasionally encounter obstacles to making that happen. For instance, if remote desktop services aren’t working, how can you reboot the server? Here is a list of tricks I’ve collected over the … Continue reading