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   Windows 7 Review of Features and Technologies      
         
      Windows 7 is the new operating system by Microsoft designed to be fast, stable and fewer clicks. Microsoft developed hundreds of little improvements and a few big ones that add up for less overall complexity making every task simpler.

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   Secure logon for Windows XP and Vista      
         
      Secure Logon is a common feature of office computers on a domain network which guarantees an authentic login prompt, protecting the system from programs that mimic a logon to retrieve password information.

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   GUID and Random Number Generator      
           
      Globally Unique Identifier or GUID is a 128-bit integer (16 bytes) identifier  used in software applications in order to provide a unique reference number to identify a particular component. It is so unique that there's a very low probability or its impossible that any two or more component has the same value.

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   (Quick Tip) How to Restore the evaluation period before expiration      
         
      Checking the time before expiration using a vbscript program called slmgr is essential for software testing environment. Let's digg a little on some of its functions like extending or rearming the activation days.

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   How to Remove items at most recently used lists for Run Window      
         
      If your computer are shared by your family, privacy sometimes are very important - editing history list from your run window is a very cool topic. Here’s how....

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   How to Connect to a Wireless Computer Network (Wifi) Using Command Prompt      
         
      At Windows 7 and Vista, there are several enhancements that makes geeky computing great. One of these are WLAN commands to configure your wireless local area network or configure multiple computers using command prompt. Here’s how to connect to a Wifi-Network using command-line program called Netsh.

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