Category Windows 7


About the Windows 7 versions

The Windows 7 editions are conceived so that every superior version is some kind of superset of suplimentary options over the previous ones. Which means that when the user decides to cross over from a version to another, all the characteristics of the previous version are kept and they are added to others according to the version bought through upgrade. Besides this, all the editions can run on different scale systems, from notebooks to high-performance systems for games, Windows 7 has 6 versions to produce.

Windows 7 starter

Key characteristics: the new task bar, the drop-down lists on the task bar, Windows Media Player, Backup and Restore, Action Center, Device Stage, Play To, Fax and Scan, simple games.

Limitations: It doesn’t have a transparent interface Aero Glass, there are a lot of ...

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Some advices for effective use of the Windows taskbar

   In Windows, the taskbar is an underrated tool but if is used correctly, it can have a positive impact on productivity. You can quickly switch fixed applications to the taskbar, you can navigate multiple instances of an application, you can open a file with a specific application and the list goes on.

  It set applications and programs to the taskbar

One of the most effective ways to increase your productivity and quickly access favorite applications is to fix them to the taskbar.

Rearrange shortcuts on the taskbar

Windows allows you to control the manner and the order in which shortcuts are displayed, set to the taskbar. You can easily change their order and they can be alphabetically arranged in order of their importance, or you can simply mix them whenever you want...

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What is USB or the Universal Serial Bus?

  Everyone has connected at least once two devices through the USB interface. Whether we talk about flash memory sticks or other peripherals such as printer, many devices use the standard connector USB.

What does USB means?

USB is an acronym for the Universal Serial Bus that defines the cables, the connectors and the protocols used in the communication between devices. It was designed in 1996 by a group of seven companies including Microsoft, Compaq, IMB, Intel, DEC, NEC and Nortel. Their aim was to standardize the connectivity between peripheral devices such as printer, mice, keyboards and computers.

These companies have searched to replace the multitude of connectors, to eliminate the problems that interfaces at that time had and to simplify the software configuration of all devices tha...

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