Windows Guides: Changing Time Servers in Windows 7

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Learn how you can set Windows to use some publicly available better time servers that respond quickly and provide the correct time.

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Windows Club: Enabling Verbose Messages In Windows 7

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3 ways to enable Verbose Messages that tell you what Windows is doing in the background while carrying out various operations.

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Ask Dave Taylor: Screen capture with Windows 7

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There’s a smarter way to capture screen shots – a way that’s more slick and easier, and it’s a little utility included with Windows called Snipping Tool.

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Maketecheasier.com: 7 Windows 7 Tips You Probably Missed

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There comes a time in one person’s life, when he or she makes a paramount discovery of certain settings, features, or tweaks of Windows 7 that open doors to a brand new lifestyle. That moment could be now for you, depending on whether you know absolutely everything about your operating system or not. This is the moment of truth, the moment in which you’ll have to face reality and realize that Windows 7 can pack a bigger punch if you give it a nudge in the right direction.

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Ask Dave Taylor: Making the cursor arrows bigger in Windows 7

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Is there a way to make the cursor bigger in a Windows 7 system?

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Maketecheasier.com: 6 Useful Tips to Help Windows 7 Run Faster

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At this moment, you’re probably satisfied with how Windows 7 runs, but you probably want to squeeze as much juice as you can out of it. Despite the improvements, the operating system still takes up resources that didn’t necessarily have to be used for normal functions. Let’s have a look at a few of those you can turn off!

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