There are many ways to open the Task Manager. You like using the mouse? Opening Task Manager without your keyboard is possible too.
Welcome to a new series on this blog. Windows and You will feature how people deal with and think about Microsoft Windows. It gives an insight what you like most in Windows as well as what you want to see in the next version. Let’s start the series with Technogran, an avid Windows user already running Windows 7.
Are you using Windows Live Mail as your primary e-mail program and thus running it all the time? I bet that its taskbar button will get in your way sometimes. When I played around with Live Mail’s options, I found a way to minimize Windows Live Mail to my system
If you have Windows Live Sync installed on your computer, you can connect a computer to a synchronized folder to synchronize files. You must install the Sync software from the Sync website, on every computer that you want to synchronize files on. You can connect multiple computers to a personal
Talking about Windows Live always means talking about its users—the tech-savvy ones as well as the “normal” users. Today I am talking with Technogran, a ‘geeky grandma trying desperately to keep up with it all’, as she describes herself. She lives in the UK and likes Windows Live very much.
This is the first interview in the Windows Live and You summer edition. I’m sure that my conversation with Frans-Willem Hardijzer, who developed the Messenger add-on StuffPlug, and is also known as “The Blasphemer”, will be especially interesting for you. mynetx: I find it great that you got some minutes
If you are running Messenger quite frequently, perhaps even permanently, the rather big Messenger icon in the “normal” taskbar might get into your way rather quickly. How would it be to force Messenger to act like in previous versions of Windows—that is, to “minimize to tray”? Here is how you can.
Your desktop hangs, or you want to apply a trick which requires Explorer to be restarted? No, you don’t need to log off and back on, neither to reboot. Exiting Windows Explorer and restarting it will be sufficient. Here is how you do it safely, without killing the process. Vista-rians
Falls du dich wunderst welche Änderungen von der letzten Beta zum RC gemacht wurden, hier ist eine Zusammenfassung. Das Design wurde auf Wave 3 aktualisiert. Das Design der Benachrichtigungen wurde geändert. Sie nutzen jetzt Direct3D 9. Die Einträge in Was gibt’s Neues-Feeds sind nun ordentlich verlinkt. Es gibt eine Reihe
If you wonder what changed from the last beta to the current release candidate, here is a summary. The design has been updated to the Wave 3 design. The notification design has changed. The new notifications use Direct3D 9. The What’s New feed entries are now linked properly. There is