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When I installed and logged into Windows Vista, the first thing that I noticed were the big icons from my desktop. Immediately I searched for a way to make them smaller. So far, this is the easiest method I found:
If you take a quick look at the new Windows Vista Start Menu you will notice that the “Run” button has disappeared.
Where did the Run button go?
One of the most controversial changes in Windows Vista is the redesign of the way in which you can shut down your computer. The Log Off and Shut Down buttons are no longer in the same position even if the new buttons in Windows Vista may give you the impression that they have the same functionality.
So... where did the Shut Down and Log Off buttons go?
In this tutorial I will show you how to burn a Video DVD using only the functionality offered by the new Windows Vista operating system. Before we begin, I want to make some observations: making a Video DVD is not a difficult task and Windows Vista succeeded in offering a pretty good solution. However, there are many other software suites that offer plenty of features and make this job easier.
Nero and Roxio are two of the most popular solutions for burning CD's and DVD's. If you need more than just basic CD and DVD burning or you just want the “best there is”, then consider buying additional software like Nero or Roxio.
If you don't want to pay more money on software or you don't need more than just basic CD and DVD burning, then Windows Vista offers the perfect solution for you.
In this tutorial we will show you how to connect to a wireless network using Windows Vista. As you will see by yourself this is a pretty simple procedure. You don't have to be a computer genius to connect to a wireless network. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:
Today we will show you how to setup a Bluetooth connection in Windows Vista. This can be done either by connecting from an external device (like a mobile phone) to a laptop that has Bluetooth built-in, or by connecting from that external device to a laptop or PC with the help of a Bluetooth dongle.
This is the third and final tutorial of the audio CD series. In this tutorial we will show you how to burn an audio CD using Windows Media Player 11. As you will see, burning audio CD's in Windows Vista is a very quick and simple task.
In this tutorial we will show you how to rip music from an audio CD so you can have it on your computer and listen to it at any time. As you will see, the process is very simple. Everyone can do it if these steps are followed.
This is the first and the shortest article of a series that will show you how to play, rip and burn audio CD's in Windows Vista. Even if these are three different activities, all of them can be done using only one application: Windows Media Player 11, which is included by default in your installation of Windows Vista. Even though Windows Media Player doesn't have the performance or features offered by more specialized third party solutions, it can get the job done. So, if you do not want to invest more money on software, Windows Media Player is the solution for you.