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The Top Windows 7 Registry Cleaner Software

February 5, 2012 Leave a comment

Windows 7 is so new that many people are only just getting used to it – but unfortunately, Microsoft did not get round to fixing the ‘registry’ which is such a troublesome part of the system. To fix the registry yourself, you need to use a ‘registry cleaner’, but there are so many of these tools online that it can be extremely difficult to know which one is the best for your PC. Fortunately, we’ve found a cleaner which works very well for Windows 7…

The problem with many registry tools is that they are unable to work well with all the latest features and settings that Windows 7 has. This is an issue which can leave your computer ruined if you don’t pick the right cleaner, which is why we’ve spent several years testing all the most popular cleaners out there. In order to know which is the best Windows 7 cleaner, you need to know how these tools work. Registry cleaners are scanning tools that fix a part of Windows called the ‘registry’. This is a database which stores information and settings about your computer, including your login details and your most used programs.

Registry cleaners work to fix your PC by fixing any corrupt files that are inside the registry database. The problem is that since the registry contains so many settings and options, Windows is constantly using more than it can handle. This makes it confused and leads it to save many of these files in the wrong way, causing them to be unreadable the next time that Windows needs them. This is what causes most computer to run slow, as it takes your PC much longer to process the files it needs.

Registry tools fix your computer by scanning through the registry database and removing any corrupt or damaged files that are in there. This will not only speed up your PC, but allow you to run more programs at once and make your computer more reliable. However, not many cleaners work well in Windows 7 – because Windows Seven has a selection of new settings and files that many older registry cleaners do not recognize. This makes the older cleaners want to delete these new files, which causes massive amounts of damage to your PC. This is an issue which can only be avoided by using the top Windows 7 registry tool, which is the one that can remove the most genuine errors from Windows 7, leaving all the new healthy registry files alone. And having tested many of the most popular tools, we’ve found the best one is one called “RegCure”.


Windows 7

February 3, 2012 Leave a comment

Windows 7 is a latest version of windows operating system. It contains features of Windows XP and Windows Vista, available for both client and server version. Windows 7 will be available in 32- and 64-bit versions and offer enhance remote management for the enterprise and offer a better experience for laptops users. Windows 7 built with great compatibility of the windows operating system; there are millions of latest applications which are easily associated with it.

Microsoft has reported that the new Operating system will contain better performance and improvements over the current Windows Vista. This may be a point for some businesses to move to the new Operation system. Vista has had its problems with adoption by the majority and businesses. The much-awaited new version of the Windows OS really needs to live up to the hype to succeed.

The goal of the Windows 7 is make it more users friendly, provides Intuitive user interfaces are expected such as speech recognition and digital ink. Another main goal for Windows 7 is security. Windows 7 will provide more security and functions that will protect the user’s files and data. The predictor says that Microsoft will provide a subscription service with the new operating system which will help users in accessing their files and settings from other computers. This will extend Windows Seven, much like the current Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP), which is currently available to Microsoft’s Software Assurance customers.

It is a bit unclear how Microsoft came up with the name “Windows 7.” If you count all Windows starting from Windows 1.0, it should be Windows 11.

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Many test has been performed to test Windows 7. In the tests done by LifeHacker, Windows 7 is taking the same amount of time to boot as Windows XP takes which is around 20% faster than Windows Vista. Now that is something what we are looking for.

Windows 7. Yes, it’s undeniably catchy. Now we just have to see how the OS itself shapes up…

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How To Install a Windows Seven Operating System Yourself

February 3, 2012 Leave a comment

Well first you would have to decide whether you want to keep your old files or just install the operating system. Then you would have to see your computer specifications and see if they meet the requirements for the new OS (operating system). With your computer running, put the CD in and auto-play it. That should open a window where it says “install now”. Click that.

Read the license terms, accept them and click next. Now choose whether you want to upgrade or do a custom install and click next. Let’s say you choose custom install. It will give you a list of the hard drives you have. Click on the one you want to install it to. If you want to format the drive before installing you can click format. Choose the drive and click next. And then let the computer do the rest for you. It should take around 30 minutes to install.

After installation is complete, choose your security options. Use recommended settings. Next set your time and date and you are all done. This process is very easy and even a beginner can do it.

The Windows 7 Operating System itself is very easy to use. I found that this operating system is very easy to use and I didn’t have to readjust from the previous version of Windows or learn anything new. There are a few new things that Windows didn’t have on XP. For example the control panel’s layout is a bit different but is very easy to get accustomed to. Once again, Windows 7 is another great operating system by Microsoft.

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Windows Seven

February 3, 2012 Leave a comment

Microsoft released a new version in its line of Windows operating systems recently. This version of Windows is available for all types of personal computers and laptops as well. It is called Windows Seven. Windows Seven, like its recent predecessors comes in a home version, actually called Windows Seven Home Premium, and a Professional version. There is also a Windows Seven Ultimate and a 64 bit version.

Earlier versions of Windows had a lot of features to provide to the user, this new Windows version expands the user’s options even further. The presentations that were given by the Microsoft people in the year 2008 were more focused on the redesigned shell of Windows and the new taskbar it featured. They were going to call the taskbar the “superbar,” but this name didn’t really stick. Still, the new taskbar is bigger, but for all intents and purposes functions the same as the old one. It just looks, in the eyes of some, better.

The Need for Speed

More importantly, Windows Seven has made improvements to its functionality. Whereas most upgrades in the past have put the emphasis on power, this upgrade includes some streamlining of the operating system since the computing world has recently turned its focus to speed.

On the downside, Windows Seven does not include Outlook Express or Windows Email. It is also without Photo Gallery and Movie Maker. To have these options installed, you will have to download these programs from Microsoft Windows Live Suite. This download is actually free and includes other optional programs such as Live Messenger, which can be used instead of MSN Messenger and a writer tool which will help you keep your own blog.

The Real Difference

When Windows Seven was introduced to the market, people were curious to know what was the goal of Microsoft to launch such an operating system, which was devoid of new features and making those things we have come to expect, optional. To this question, Bill Gates had commented in an interview, that this version was supposed to be more user centric. It was said this version is supposed to focus primarily on the improvements in performance.

Windows Tracers

To this end, there were new tracing tools added to this system. These tracers measure the performance of the various areas of the operating system, so that some inefficient paths in the code can be done away with and performance regressions on the system can be avoided. With the help of these tracers, the OS can be monitored by Microsoft on an ongoing basis.

Does this sound scary to you? It does concern me somewhat, but truly, we never actually own a Windows operating system, we just pay Microsoft to use one copy on one computer. Unless, of course, we buy a more expensive license.

Still, this is the way of the world, at least, the Microsoft world. So, if we want to use Windows operating systems we have to make some concessions. I only hope these concessions stop short of giving up our privacy.

Other than this one sore spot, I must say, Windows Seven is an improvement that was needed in the rapidly changing world of computers.

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10 New Features in Microsoft Windows Vista

February 3, 2012 Leave a comment

The curiosity levels and buzz regarding Windows Vista is probably greater than the news that spread when man landed on the moon. Extensively discusses and analyzed Microsoft’s Windows Vista is scheduled for an end 2006 release with the corporate version coming first.

According to reports Windows Vista is all set to satisfy every need:

1. Security is comprehensive and takes care of every imaginable problem. Windows and spyware library are streamlined as also administrator tools.

2. The back up software is state-of -art and computer systems can be installed across several states and countries within a company by simple creating an image.

3. Windows side bar is atoll that has been designed to provide regular or continuous updates on weather, stock movements, temperature, sports scores and more. This just means you will be able to keep a tab on these while you are working on the main screen.

4. The internet explorer 7 has enhanced privacy management and security functions are all at the next level. The color coded address bar will indicate whether a page is designed to “phish” information or whether it is authentic.

5. A feature awaited for with bated breath is high-end graphics and aero-glass interface with great 3D rendering, animation, and effects. Translucent icons and other elements are all the latest technology and allow functions like viewing real time on minimized windows without opening programs. The Windows Vista is designed for people who multitask.

6. Integrated desktop search will allow powerful indexing, user specific searches and data access, and ease of filing and storing much used URLs. Searches can be extended to other PCs on the network by using Windows Longhorn.

7. Updates are streamlined and can be done directly without the use of Internet Explorer. A key component of the new system is said to be Windows Defender.

8. Windows Vista brings with it updated and revolutionary Windows Media Player, with an MP3 library. The Windows Photo Gallery in Vista brings photo library functionality and in Vista photos can get mega tags, titles, ratings, and what are more there are systems that allow limited editing and printing too.

9. Windows Vista recognizes parental concerns regarding computers and the World Wide Web. The new software has enhanced systems that allow greater parental control. Parents can limit access to files, and web pages, block sites, lock downloads, and screen objectionable content. Guess what even games can be blocked based on the game’s Entertainment Software Rating.

10. Back ups are visionary in Windows Vista. The system can be set to take periodic snapshots of your whole operating system as well as files. This means in case of total break down you will not loose any data or software.

Windows Vista brings great news for business users. It not just facilitates P2P collaboration, but Vista users can share files and other data across the network. It allows even a mobile workforce to utilize computers while traveling.

Although there are releases, reviews, and speculation one needs to wait until Windows Vista is in actual use to judge how many hopes and promises are going to come true.

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