Greg Shultz

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  • Downloads // Jun 2009

    Determine if your hardware can support Windows XP Mode in Windows 7

    In this edition of the Windows Vista and 7 Report, Greg Shultz helps you cut through all the hype surrounding the hardware requirements for running Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 by describing the procedures he went through to determine if hardware would support Windows XP Mode. This download is...

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  • Downloads // Jun 2009

    Uncover the performance benefits of the Favorite Links list in Vista

    It seems that many users are unaware of the navigational features of Microsoft Vista's Favorite Links list. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz delves into the Favorite Links list feature and shows you how to take full advantage of its features. He will...

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  • Downloads // Jun 2009

    The three application limit is out, Windows 7 Starter on netbooks is back in

    After some very pointed and passionate feedback from users in the marketplace, Microsoft has decided to make some changes to Windows 7 when it comes to netbooks. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz describes what has changed. This download is also available as...

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  • Downloads // Jun 2009

    Restore a lost feature and install XP's Backup Utility into Windows Vista

    TechRepublic members have been wondering if it is possible to install the Windows XP Backup Utility into Windows Vista. Greg Shultz has uncovered the way and shows you how in this week's Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report. This download is also available as an entry in the

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  • Downloads // May 2009

    Microsoft bows to feedback and brings back real file backup in Windows 7

    In Windows 7, Microsoft has retooled the backup utility and bought back the ability to choose exactly which files and folders that you want to backup. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to use Windows 7's Backup and Restore tool...

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  • Downloads // May 2009

    Customize the [Windows]+E key shortcut to open what you want

    In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to use AutoHotkey in Vista to re-route the [Windows]+E so that Windows Explorer opens a folder of your choice. He also provides you with a list of all of the standard [Windows] key shortcuts....

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  • Downloads // May 2009

    Secure your USB drives with BitLocker To Go for Windows 7

    With the huge increase in the use of very small, large capacity, USB drives, the potential for sensitive data to be lost or stolen has really become more of a problem. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz introduces you to the Windows 7...

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  • Downloads // May 2009

    Get ready for Windows 7 RC with this FAQ

    The release candidate version of Windows 7 has been released by Microsoft indicating that the full retail release is imminent. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz presents a brief Windows 7 RC FAQ combined with some of his initial experiences. This download is...

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  • Downloads // Apr 2009

    Save energy with a good Power Plan for a Vista notebook

    Because Microsoft Windows Vista allows computer and peripheral manufacturers to add proprietary power plans and settings to the Power Options tool, you can really tweak Vista's power plans based on the hardware in your laptop. In this edition of the Windows Vista & 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you the...

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  • Downloads // Apr 2009

    Is Microsoft shooting its other foot with Windows 7 on netbooks?

    With the release of Microsoft Windows 7 set to occur in 2009, it leads one to contemplate the possibility of Windows 7 as a netbook operating system. In this week's Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz considers whether Microsoft's OS plans for the next generation of netbooks makes...

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  • Downloads // Apr 2009

    Reign in the unbound storage appetite of Vista System Restore

    If System Restore is not configured properly in Microsoft Windows Vista, your system's hard drive could fill up with restoration points you will never need. In this week's Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to correct the System Restore configuration and regain control. This download...

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  • Downloads // Apr 2009

    Take a closer look at Windows 7's Jump List feature

    Jump Lists are a new feature in Microsoft Windows 7 that are designed to make it easier to find what you want and perform common operations associated with an application. In this edition of the Windows Vista & Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz introduces you to Windows 7's Jump List...

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  • Downloads // Apr 2009

    Tweak Windows Vista's Logon screen to meet your needs

    It is possible to change the configuration of the Microsoft Windows Vista Logon screen to show the text you want it to show. In this edition of the Windows Vista & 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to tweak Vista's Logon screen. This download is also available as an...

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  • Downloads // Mar 2009

    Some big changes are coming for Windows Explorer in Windows 7

    The Microsoft Windows 7 team has spent a great deal of time and effort on honing the user interface in Windows Explorer. In this issue of the Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz takes a look at some of the many Windows Explorer changes you will find...

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  • Downloads // Mar 2009

    Return Windows Search results within a date range with advanced feature

    To search for files that you created within a date range in Microsoft Windows Vista, you have to turn to the Advanced Query Syntax used by Windows Search. In this issue of the Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz introduces you to Vista's Advanced Query Syntax and...

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  • Downloads // Mar 2009

    Microsoft cries uncle when it comes to bundled Windows 7 features

    With the recent Release Candidate for Windows 7, Microsoft has finally given us more control over what Windows features we can turn off. They have also completely removed some features from the operating system. In this issue of the Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz tells you...

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  • Downloads // Mar 2009

    Get Windows XP's Backup utility to use recordable optical media

    Greg Shultz shows you a workaround that will allow you to indirectly make Windows XP's Backup utility use recordable optical media as a backup destination. Be sure to notice that the author points out that you need to ensure your backup file fits on one CD. This download is also...

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  • Downloads // Mar 2009

    Automate Vista's Clip command line utility

    Microsoft Windows Vista includes a nifty little command line utility called Clip.exe that that is designed to redirect or pipe the output generated by a command line utility to the Windows clipboard. But what if you want to further automate the Clip.exe utility? In this edition of the Microsoft Windows...

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  • Downloads // Feb 2009

    Be ready for new and improved applets in Windows 7

    Three of the four standard Windows applets (Notepad, WordPad, Paint, and Calculator) have been endowed with some new features and updated user interface components in the Windows 7 Beta. In this issue of the Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you what's new in these applets....

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  • Downloads // Feb 2009

    Use Bootsect to extract Vista or Windows 7 from a dual-boot configuration

    You can use the Bootsect command to remove the Windows Boot Manager and its Boot Configuration Data system from the boot partition of a hard drive and replace it with Windows XP's NTLDR boot management system. In this week's Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you the...

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  • Downloads // Feb 2009

    Tools to monitor memory usage in Windows 7

    With Windows 7, there are some slight, but notable, changes in the way that memory usage is reported on the Performance tab of the Task Manager. In this issue of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz takes a closer look at the changes on Task Manager's Performance...

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  • Downloads // Feb 2009

    Get rid of old device drivers hidden in Vista

    Over time unused, but still installed, drivers can cause problems if they inadvertently become enabled. When you're troubleshooting a problem in Microsoft Vista that you suspect is related to a driver, you can locate and remove any old and unused drivers by enabling a special feature in Device Manager that...

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    Explore the Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 7

    The Problem Steps Recorder will record each and every step a user takes and document the entire operation in both screen captures and step-by-step details. This new Microsoft Windows 7 tool will then save the recorded information as a compiled HTML file and package it up in a ZIP file...

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    How do I... Use the Windows XP Installer CleanUp Utility to remove apps?

    If you are having trouble uninstalling an application using Windows XP, the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility may be able to help. Greg Shultz shows you how it works. This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows Blog.

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    More user options with User Account Control in Windows 7 Beta

    In order to improve UAC's image while still providing this type of security, Microsoft has modified UAC in Windows 7 Beta to give more control to the user when deciding how UAC works. In this week's Windows Vista Report, Greg Shultz takes a closer look at the new UAC features...

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    Download an extension to learn more about Windows XP fonts

    If you're curious to learn more about the fonts on your Windows XP machine, there's a free and handy extension that will give you the scoop. It also helps you see which fonts are already on your machine. This download is also available as an entry in the

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    Explore the new Taskbar features in Windows 7 Beta

    There are a lot of things in the Windows 7 Beta operating system that are pretty much the same as in Vista, but there are a lot of new and exciting features and changes. In this edition of the Windows Vista Report, Greg Shultz takes a look at one of...

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    Troubleshoot driver problems in Vista with the Driver Verifier Manager

    Uncertified drivers are a big source of problems in Microsoft Windows Vista. However, Vista comes with a great utility called the Driver Verifier Manager. In this edition of the Windows Vista Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to use the Driver Verifier Manager to troubleshoot driver problems in Vista. This...

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  • Downloads // Jan 2009

    Wake a hibernating Windows XP machine based on your schedule

    Put your computer on a schedule. Greg Shultz describes how to wake a PC in hibernation mode using the Scheduled Task Wizard feature of Microsoft Windows XP. This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows Blog.

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  • Downloads // Dec 2008

    Transform Windows Vista into Windows VXP -- the hybrid

    In this edition of the Windows Vista Report, Greg Shultz shows those of you who hate Microsoft Windows Vista, but are stuck with it, how to convert Windows Vista into Windows XP by stripping out as many of Vista's components as possible, thereby making the OS both look and operate...

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  • Downloads // Dec 2008

    Stop unfairly comparing Vista to its predecessor and its successor

    Microsoft Windows Vista is the current operating system everyone loves to hate. The argument against Vista is that Windows XP is better or that Windows 7 will be better. In this Windows Vista Report, Greg Shultz recalls hearing similar arguments in the past and wonders if history is repeating itself....

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  • Downloads // Nov 2008

    Take back control of Vista's default programs and the Open With list

    Ever had one application establish itself as the default for a certain file type against your wishes? In Microsoft Windows Vista, with some specialized knowledge and some tweaking, you can regain control over your default applications, especially when it comes to the Open With menu. In this edition of the...

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  • Downloads // Nov 2008

    Copy desktop themes to other Windows XP computers

    Familiar desktop themes are can be a great comfort to Windows XP users. You can copy a unique or particularly creative desktop theme to another computer just by copying the right files. Greg Shultz shows you how easy it is to make the move. This download is also available as...

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  • Downloads // Nov 2008

    Increase Vista performance by trimming startup programs

    If you're currently running Microsoft Windows Vista on a system with only 1GB of RAM you know that the system can, at times, be frustratingly slow -- especially when you are running extremely memory intensive applications. You can bump up Vista performance by trimming back startup programs that may not...

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  • Downloads // Nov 2008

    Track down your uptime in Windows Vista

    In Windows XP, you could very easily find the exact uptime measured in days, hours, minutes, and seconds by using the command line version of Windows XP's System Information. Unfortunately, Microsoft changed the way uptime is reported in Vista. It's still there, but just not in the same format. In...

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  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    Use Maple to manage and retrieve vital documents

    Using a series of documents and folders to store all your information is a pretty logical way of doing things, especially when used in combination with Vista's Search tool and Saved searches feature, keeping track of all that information is pretty easy. However, it could be better. In this edition...

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  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    Troubleshoot Vista system drivers more efficiently with these tools

    While in the last year many of the most common driver problems have been solved, you may still incur strange or erratic problems related to drivers in Microsoft Windows Vista. To make the task of gathering information on a number of device drivers easier, you can use a native command...

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  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    A new virtual desktop tool from Microsoft's Windows Sysinternals team

    Microsoft's Windows Sysinternals team has developed a lightweight and very dependable virtual desktop manager called Desktops that allows you to create up to four virtual desktops on your computer. This allows you to spread out your applications on the various desktops. In this edition of the Windows Vista Report, Greg...

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  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    Know what to do when Check Disks malfunctions in Vista

    The Check Disk application in Microsoft Windows Vista can sometimes malfunction, causing problems during the boot process. In answer to several TechRepublic member questions, Greg Shultz explores the problems in this issue of the Windows Vista Report, and describes how to permanently fix them. This download is also available as...

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  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    Investigate RAM problems with Vista's Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool

    If you're encountering application failures, operating system faults, or Stop errors in Windows Vista, you could have defective or failing RAM. Microsoft included the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool in Windows Vista so that you can test the RAM chips in your system. In this edition of the Windows Vista Report,...

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  • Downloads // Aug 2009

    10 cool things you can do with a USB flash drive

    Your USB flash drive can do a whole lot more than just move data around. Greg Shultz introduces a variety of creative ways to put that drive to good use.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2009

    Windows Vista Registration Changer tool

    When a system changes hands, it's a good idea to update the registration information to reflect the new user. This simple GUI app lets you quickly knock out the task so you don't have to wade through the Registry Editor to make the changes. An article describing this tool is...

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  • Downloads // Aug 2009

    10 ways to get the most out of Bing

    Even if you're a firmly entrenched Google user, you might find some useful new functionality in Bing. Greg Shultz looks at a few of the Bing features you might want to investigate.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2009

    Windows Vista IP Configuration Tool

    Avoid the hassle of hitting the command line to run Vista's IPConfig command, with its expanded set of switches. This little GUI app makes the job a cinch.An article describing this tool is available as an entry in our Microsoft Windows blog.

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  • Downloads // Sep 2009

    10 things you should know about moving from Windows XP to Windows 7

    Jumping from Windows XP to Windows 7 will require some specialized knowledge. Greg Shultz offers advice specifically for those taking that route.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Downloads // Sep 2009

    Go fast on the Web with IE8 Accelerators

    Accelerators can shave tons of time off your everyday browser tasks. Greg Shultz introduces this feature and explains how to get the most out of it.This download is also available as an entry in our Microsoft Windows blog.

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  • Downloads // Sep 2009

    10 IE8 Accelerators worth checking out

    Internet Explorer 8's Accelerators can expedite all sorts of browser tasks. Here are some you may find particularly useful.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Tools & Templates // Oct 2009

    The PathPing Gadget

    This free Vista/Windows 7 gadget automates the powerful PathPing utility, making it easier for you to isolate the cause of network problems.Visit our Microsoft Windows blog for more Windows information and resources.

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  • Tools & Templates // Oct 2009

    The Route Gadget

    This handy gadget offers the diagnostic benefits of the Route command without the command-line hassles. Visit our Microsoft Windows blog for more Windows information and resources.

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  • Downloads // Nov 2009

    10 antivirus programs for Windows 7

    Windows 7 offers some new security features, but a good antivirus program can provide additional protection. Greg Shultz put together a list of 10 solid Windows 7-compatible choices.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Tools & Templates // Nov 2009

    The Netstat Gadget

    The Netstat utility can help solve vexing connectivity issues - but its command-line interface isn't for everyone. This free Vista / Windows 7 gadget makes the tool much easier to use. Visit our Microsoft Windows blog for more Windows information and resources.

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  • Tools & Templates // Nov 2009

    The ARP Gadget

    Windows offers a command-line utility that lets you examine or modify the ARP cache. To make the tool easier to use, Greg Shultz has 'gadgetized' it for Vista and Windows 7. Visit our Microsoft Windows blog for more Windows information and resources.

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  • Downloads // Dec 2009

    10 books every IT pro should read

    If you have a little extra time on your hands -- or if one of your New Year's resolutions is to become a more well-rounded IT pro -- check out this recommended reading list. This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Tools & Templates // Dec 2009

    The XCopy Tool

    The XCopy command has risen from the ashes of deprecation to save you time and make your file management tasks easier. This tool automates the process for XP, Vista, and Windows 7.Visit our Microsoft Windows blog for more Windows information and resources.

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  • Tools & Templates // Feb 2010

    The TaskList Gadget

    The TaskList utility provides details on the services and DLL modules related to running processes. Now, there's a Vista/Windows 7 gadget that does the job without the command-line headaches.For more Windows resources, visit our Microsoft Windows blog.

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  • Downloads // Mar 2011

    Achieve better performance by fine tuning the Windows 7 Search Index

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to delve in and begin tuning the Windows 7 Search Index.

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  • Downloads // Apr 2011

    Add the tabbed user interface feature to Windows 7

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop report, Greg Shultz introduces you to WindowTabs and shows you how to configure the application to add a tabbed interface to Windows Explorer.

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  • Downloads // Apr 2011

    Use Svchost Viewer to decipher running processes in Windows

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to you can use Svchost Viewer to track down detailed information about any Svchost.exe process running in Windows 7.

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  • Downloads // Apr 2011

    Create a USB Flash Drive Windows Password Reset Disk

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to create and use a Password Reset Disk in Windows 7 using a USB Flash Drive rather than a CD or floppy disk.

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  • Downloads // Apr 2011

    Take advantage of the Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 7

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how the Windows 7's Problem Steps Recorder works and how it can help you troubleshoot.

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  • Downloads // May 2011

    Learn how the Windows 7 Multiple Local Group Policy feature works

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz explains how Multiple Local Group Policy works in Windows 7.

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  • Downloads // Jan 2011

    Make the Windows Key a good habit in Windows 7

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz tells you about his favorite Windows Key shortcuts and shows you how to make them habit forming. This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows Blog.

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  • Downloads // Feb 2011

    Modify the Command Bar for all folders Windows Explorer

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to modify the Generic registry key to add commands to the Windows Explorer's Command Bar for all the other folders.

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  • Downloads // Feb 2011

    When it comes to Windows Explorer breadcrumb navigation is better than the Up button

    In this week's edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz covers the breadcrumb navigation system in Windows Explorer in order to try to convince you of its benefits.

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  • Downloads // Feb 2011

    Put the Up Button back on the Windows 7 Explorer Command Bar

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz tells you to put the Up button on the Command Bar via a little known keyboard shortcut, a short VBScript, and some registry edits.

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  • Downloads // Mar 2011

    Drill down on the best search results in Windows Explorer by using filters

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to use and take advantage of the Search filters built into the Windows 7 Explorer Search Box.

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  • Downloads // Mar 2011

    Use the Windows Explorer Arrange by feature to weed through your files

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to take advantage of Windows Explorer's Arrange by feature to weed through the data files stored on your hard disk.

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  • Downloads // Mar 2011

    Take advantage of Windows 7 Group By and Filter features

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz explains how the Group By and Filter features of Windows 7 Explorer work and shows you how to effectively use them.

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  • Downloads // Mar 2011

    Make life easier by tagging your files in Windows 7

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how you can Tag your files in Windows 7 using tools built into Windows Explorer.

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  • Downloads // Mar 2011

    Use a registry tweak to disable the Windows Mobility Center

    To disable the Windows Mobility Center you only need to make one tweak to the Windows Registry file. Mark Kaelin shows you how in this Quick Tip.

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  • Downloads // Apr 2010

    Unlock missing screen saver configuration settings in Windows 7

    In Windows 7, there are no settings that you can configure to customize the display of the Bubbles, Ribbons, or Mystify screen savers. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz describes his HTML applications, which allow you to tweak the Bubbles, Ribbons, and Mystify...

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  • Downloads // Jul 2008

    Run UAC restricted programs without the UAC prompt

    Greg Shultz shows you how to create a task in Task Scheduler that will launch an application with the highest available privileges in Microsoft Windows Vista, and then he shows you how to create a shortcut to run that application anytime you want. This download is also available as an...

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  • Downloads // Sep 2008

    Create a custom backup tool with Vista's Robocopy

    Microsoft updated Robocopy with some extra features designed for Vista and decided to make it a regular part of the Windows Vista operating system. While this is a good thing in that it is readily accessible to all, there is a catch -- Robocopy is a command line tool and...

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  • Downloads // Oct 2009

    10 free Microsoft programs worth checking out

    If you know where to look, you can find a variety of useful software - free from Microsoft. Greg Shultz introduces a few of his favorites.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

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  • Downloads // Sep 2010

    Track stability in Windows 7 with the Reliability Monitor

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz provides you with an overview of the Windows 7 Reliability Monitor and shows you how to use it to track the behavior of your system over its lifetime. This download is also available as an entry in the

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  • Downloads // Apr 2012

    Cheat sheet: 100 Windows keyboard shortcuts

    Navigating Microsoft Windows 8 is going to require a bit of re-training. Why not get a head start with a cheat sheet of 100 keyboard shortcuts.

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  • Downloads // May 2009

    Secure your USB drives with BitLocker To Go for Windows 7

    With the huge increase in the use of very small, large capacity, USB drives, the potential for sensitive data to be lost or stolen has really become more of a problem. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz introduces you to the Windows 7...

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  • Downloads // Aug 2008

    Create custom event triggers in Vista Task Scheduler

    When you attach a task to an event in Event Viewer, the operation launches the Create Basic Task wizard, which is pretty much the same wizard that Task Scheduler provides except that it is specifically targeted on events in Event Viewer. However, if you feel that you need to be...

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  • Downloads // Jul 2010

    Move your entire Windows XP installation into Windows 7 with Zinstall XP7

    In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to use Zinstall XP7 to move your Windows XP installation onto Windows 7. He focuses on the single- computer, in-place migration procedure. This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows Blog.

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  • Downloads // Apr 2009

    Tweak Windows Vista's Logon screen to meet your needs

    It is possible to change the configuration of the Microsoft Windows Vista Logon screen to show the text you want it to show. In this edition of the Windows Vista & 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to tweak Vista's Logon screen. This download is also available as an...

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