Saturday, December 26, 2009

Tired of the different Action Center popups in Windows 7?

If you are indeed tired of it, then this would be helpful for you... In the action center, there are different options that we do not need depending on your preference. So to disable some of which, here's how:

  • First, go to the start menu, when you are there, type in Action Center on the search field
  • Then, a dialog box will pop up
  • On the left hand side corner, select Change Action Center settings
  • You will see there, different options with checks, now, here's the catch
  • You now uncheck the options wherein you feel you do not need to be reminded of,
  • As for me, I did unchecked User Account Control from the Security messages
  • Windows Backup and Windows troubleshooting from the Maintenance messages. 

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Hidden user accounts in Windows 7... (tweak)

Here's a little tweak about enabling a hidden user accounts in Windows 7. There are links that I will be posting leading you to download the tweaks that I will be sharing with you this second. These links are concerned in turning it ON or OFF.
This tweak actually adds up this neat little Advanced User Accounts in your control panel (User Accounts) so you can manipulate whatever advanced settings or options you want, like changing the password or creating a password and others.
Without further ado, I will now post you the links for you to download (care of pcwizkid): (This link is to add the tweak or ON. This automatically installs it to your registry hassle free) (This link on the other hand removes the tweak or OFF.)

How to use:
  • After you have downloaded the file, just unzip it using your favorite utility (winrar, winzip, and etc.)
  • Once you've unzipped it, just double click on the file and press Yes then OK.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Want a desktop clock? (Windows ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista)

Here's "ClocX"!

This is a freeware so no need to worry about expenses plus it is light and has neat features in it like the mouse over transparency function.

It works on the different Operating systems listed above so you do not have to problem with compatibility. I haven't tried it in windows 7 so I do not have a clue yet whether itwould and it did worked. So I might as well share you this tool to you. Enjoy and hope you will like it!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

A graphics editor for you... (GIMP)

If you want a graphics editor that's free and works like adobe photoshop, well, here's one for you (GIMP). Now one of the features I like about this application is that, it is lightweight meaning it does not eat too much of your RAM (Random Access Memory) plus, it does not need much work from your CPU.

There is nothing more to say about this neat little utility because it has all the basic stuffs you need to have to do editing or create your own original work.

Try this and go check it out, hope you will like it...

Here's the link: