Posts tagged vista
The ability to re-arrange the applications on the taskbar is one of the nice new features of Windows 7. This is of course nothing exceptionally new, as the dock on Apple Macs allows you to do it for quite some time.
But if you’re still stuck in realm of Windows XP or even Vista, like me on my Win XP work machine, you’ll need some extra help to re-arrange those running applications on the taskbar.More >
My brother just had this problem where he was not able to log on into his Vista Home premium notebook. It happened when he accidentally shut down his notebook while the Dell utility was updating his machine. The next thing he knew, he got the following error message when he tried to log on to his machine.
The user profile service service failed the login. User profile cannot be loaded.
After stumbling around a little, I manage to help him More >
I recently stumbled across a link to enable an easter egg on Windows 7, interestingly called “God Mode”. You can read more about it here but essentially it’s just a special folder that contains ALL the options that is available from the Control Panel, all 279 of them (at least on my machine).
Too lazy to check out the site to get this yourself, well, it’s really simple.
Go create a new folder and name it exactly this: More >
It’s known that Nikon (stupidly if you’d ask me) choose to not release a 64-bit version of the NEF codec. And since I installed the 64-bit version of Vista on my desktop workstation since it has 4GB of RAM, I’ve not been able to view the thumbnails of my NEF files. Instead, I just opted to use a photo viewer application, Picasa to be specific, to browse through my camera’s RAW files to pick the ones that I’d like to edit and move on from More >
If you’re a Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate user, you would probably have noticed the Windows DVD Maker and might even have tried it out. And in all honesty, I’d have to say that I actually like it.
One of the main reason why I think that the Windows Movie Maker is kinda cool is that it’s just so easy to use. All you need to do is just the few steps as the following:
- Launch Windows DVD More >