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How to Add Custom Fonts To Windows 7

When you’re working on a project, and you want to give it an original feel, a custom font can be useful.  In Windows 7, Microsoft added an easy to use user interface for installing and managing fonts which is a nice upgrade over the previous drag and drop method we had in Windows Vista and XP. Downloading […]

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How to Disable And Remove Google Buzz

Last week Google introduced what they hope will be their Twitter killer Google Buzz service.  If you haven’t heard, it’s a new social media service that’s very much like Twitter, but with a Google touch added to things.  The good news is that it hooks up directly with your already existing Google or Gmail account […]

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How To Stay Organized With Windows 7 Libraries

With Windows 7 Libraries, the wait is over!  No longer will you need to fumble through Windows Explorer looking for your various files and folders you’re storing on different parts of your hard drive because Windows 7 Libraries works a lot like a built-in Google topic search for your computer. You can set it up […]

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HAdd The Quick Launch Bar To Windows 7 [How-To]

How To Change The Windows 7 Logon Background

Windows 7 comes packed with a lot of new and exciting backgrounds.  However, Windows 7 fails to include an easy way to change the background you see every single time you log in to your computer. Perhaps you want a little flavor, or maybe you just don’t like the built-in background.  Whatever the case may […]

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How To Check Your Version of Windows 7 or Vista

When installing a new program or requesting technical support, it’s handy to know what version of Windows you’re running.  The only problem is, just finding that out is a tech support issue in itself.  Someone at Microsoft must have forgotten to include a way to do this or at least felt like hiding it. While […]

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