Windows Sysprep can make an old computer seem like one right out of the box. This tool is the same one run by OEM manufacturers before a computer is shipped to the consumer, and it’s built into every copy.
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System Restore (sometimes called System Protection) for Windows 7 and Windows 8 allows you to restore your computer to a previous good state should any kind of issue occur during the install of a new driver or application without affecting your documents, pictures and other personal data/files on the system. Although Windows creates system restore […]
There are many moments where you need to install new fonts, in order to give a document a personal feel, for example. If you want to do that, here is how to add fonts in Windows 7. A big problem appears, though, when you have too many fonts installed on your system (for example, after […]
Building a reliable list of contacts and references is an important aspect of any job, and Gmail has a built-in contact list that will sync up with your phone, and even Outlook. What though if you accidently deleted an important contact, or imported an unwanted list of email addresses? Earlier this month Google added a […]
In the first article of this series on Windows 7 backup, I explained How to create a Windows 7 system restore. This article is the follow-up to demonstrate how to use that restore point to recover a problematic PC as well as How-To recover or use a restore point on a Windows 7 machine that […]