16 Useful Windows 7 Tips and Tricks

I have written multiple Windows 7 tutorials for CoreNetworkZ.com and I think it is the right time to club them together or make an index to view each of them easily. It would be very much useful for readers to read everyone of them if I publish a post with links to all those tutorials. This post is a summary of most of the Windows 7 related articles published in CoreNetworkZ.com. For the convenience, you can find the links to respective tutorials at the end of each summaries.


Most Recommended Windows 7 Tweaks
  1. Set default User logon image to all users

    If you are the system admin of a big company, there is a Microsoft feature which lets all users to view same logon image. To read more about this feature visit the link below.
    Set default logon image to all users


  2. Turn off Security and maintains alerts

    It is a disturbance to see security alerts for minor reasons while you are on a critical work. you can follow the instructions provided in the post below to fix it.
    How to turn off Security and maintenance Alerts


  3. View or Remove saved Wireless networks

    To know more about view and remove previously saved wireless networks in your computer, click on the link below.
    View or Remove saved Wireless networks in your Computer


  4. Prevent installation of unwanted programs

    You can prevent installation of unwanted applications in Windows 7 computer. To know more click on the link below.
    Prevent installation of unwanted programs

  5. Enable Run Command in Windows 7 Start Menu

    By default Run command is not enabled in Windows 7 Start menu. To enable it click on the link below.
    How to enable Run Command in Start Menu

  6. Enable Encryption and Password Protection in USB drive

    You can enable encryption and password protection in USB drive using Windows 7. To know more click on the link below.
    How to enable encryption and Password Protection in USB drive

  7. How to create Windows 7 bootable Emergency Repair Disc

    It is advised to create an ER disc for your computer. To know more details click on the link below.Steps to create Bootable Emergency Repair Disc

  8. Get Power Efficiency Report

    To get power efficiency report, click on the link below.
    Get Power Efficiency Report


  9. Set and Display Time Zone using Command Prompt


    To set and display current time zone in Command Prompt click on the link below.
    Set and Display Time Zone Using Command Prompt

  10. How to Display Empty Drives

    To display empty drives in Windows 7 click on the link below.
    How to Display Empty Drives


  11. Add more locations in Send To Menu

    To add more destination locations in Send To menu click on the link below.
    Add more locations in Send To Menu

  12. How to start Wireless in Windows 7


    Steps to start WLAN AutoConfig are explained.
    How to start WLAN AutoConfig in Microsoft Laptop


  13. Open Windows Explorer in New Process

    You can open each windows folders in new process. So even if one explorer window crashes it won't affect others.
    How to open Windows explorer as a new process

  14. How to change Display Monitor


    To change display monitor using key board shortcuts, follow the instructions explained.
    How to change Display Monitor


  15. Drag a file to Command Prompt to get file path

    In Windows 7 you don't need to type the file or program path in command prompt. You can simply drag file in to command prompt to get the path.
    Drag a file to Command Prompt to get file path

  16. Record computer issues by Problem Step Recorder (PSR)

    In Windows 7 you can record your computer issues with the help of Problem Step Recorder (PSR). More details:
    Record computer issues by Problem Step Recorder (PSR)


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Anonymous said...

To disable hibernate, open an administrator command prompt, and type: powercfg -h off

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