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   Hiding Drives with No Media mounted in Windows 7      
         
      This is the new option in Windows 7 that will let you hide empty drives or with no mounted media in Explorer. Let’s dig and unlock the hidden secrets behind the new feature!

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   Display the Last Logon Time for Users in Windows 7, XP and Vista      
         
      Query User Utility can display the current users idle and logon time. Net.exe is a command line tool since Windows 95 and 98 is proven to be useful in many ways that offers a light weight functions to network via DOS command line.

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   Windows Vista Review of Technology and other Important Features      
           
      After 5 years of waiting, on January 30, 2007, Windows Vista was released worldwide making it the longest time span between successive releases of Microsoft Windows operating systems. It is one of the line of operating systems developed by Microsoft for use on computers.

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   Simple way to change the Start Menu Button Settings in Windows Vista      
         
      Easy way to modify the startmenu power button to shutdown or hibernate mode in Windows Vista.

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   How to increase USB storage performance      
         
      This is a new update for Windows 7 and Windows Server to boost the speed of USB storage devices by increasing the maximum transfer size. After installing the update, you can change the maximum transfer size from 64 kilobytes (KB) up to 2 megabytes (MB) using your windows registry editor.

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   Add Right-Click Menu Entries to your Network Context Menu      
         
      Some of the built-in network tools are really important in our daily geek computing. Most of these utilities are being used every day for troubleshooting, monitoring and checking.

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