Vista annoyances resolved

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help and Support' started by kemical, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    A site called Tweakguides has now released a article called the above. The author has gone to great lengths to provide solutions to many of those nagging vista pains...
    Give it a once over, if you have problems that refused to be solved:
    TweakGuides.com - Vista Annoyances Resolved

    An excellent article! Also consider checking the Tweakguide to vista found at this site...
     
  2. superbill

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    Yep.........well worth a read.
     
  3. kemical

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    I've now made this into a 'stickie'. Anyone who uses vista should at least take a quick look at the above article...
     
  4. Rick S.

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    A great read indeed! :cool:
     
  5. Shimazaki

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    Thank you! just downloaded the Free E-book.

    yesterday, I accidentally went to this website and lots of Cool and Unique articles: Unlock for Us: Windows Vista Unlocks, News, Tips and Tweaks

    Anybody got problems with Windows Vista Safely Remove Icon? I always
    encounter this problem. Sometimes, I can't find it.
     
  6. kemical

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    The tweakguides tweaking companion has now been updated. A new version for both vista and xp are now available with a version for 7 coming soon. 7 users for the moment should use the vista guide as both os's are pretty similar.


    TGTC for Vista 2.3:


    All pages - Fixed any dead or inaccurate hyperlinks.
    All pages - Fixed some typographical/grammatical errors.
    pp.13 - Added Windows 7 note.
    pp.45 - Revised Cooling section.
    pp.56-57 - Expanded 32-bit vs. 64-bit details.
    pp.84 - Added AHCI reference.
    pp.85 - Added Auzentech audio driver link.
    pp.85 - Added Realtek Soundback link.
    pp.109-111 - Updated AVG Free Edition 8.5 advice.
    pp.112 - Updated Ad-Aware advice.
    pp.128 - Added AHCI Mode details.
    pp.185-186 - Added JV16 PowerTools section, replacing RegSupreme.
    pp.197-210 - Revised Internet Explorer chapter for IE8.
    pp.223-224 - Updated and expanded Codecs section.
    pp.234 - Added Dips64 utility.
    pp.242-249 - Revised Overclocking chapter with updated information.
    pp.267 - Added FurMark benchmark.

    You can access the guide from here;
    TweakGuides.com
     
  7. accountingresum

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    Nice article indeed. Win7 is a good OS but it is a little bit heavy. It eats up too much memory space unlike Vista or Vista Business. Just my opinion.
     

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