Unlike Windows XP and Vista, the new Windows 7 lacks the option to switch to the good old classic start menu. Users who can’t do without the old Windows 98 style Classic start menu, here is simple trick to enable this in Windows 7, that’s without any software tool, though with a slight deference.
There are several tweaking utilities available for Windows 7, Vista and XP. These utilities help us to make quick changes to our system for better performance. Here is a new utility named Tweak Me that allows changing advanced system settings without opening the registry or opening the control panel.
In the previous articles we had covered topics on creating GodMode manually and automatically (with GodMode Creator tool) on Windows 7 & Vista. Now here is yet another tool, Go GodMode that provides quick access to an operating system’s more or less hidden controls This small app will help you create over 50 GodModes just [...]
Panda Security released final version(v.1.0) of its new free antivirus called ‘Panda Cloud Antivirus’ for Windows after a long beta testing. This is the first cloud based antivirus which uses a security platform called ‘Collective Intelligence’ and offers high-level protection in real time. It requires very less system resources as all the work is done [...]
Classic Shell is a free system tool for Windows 7 that will bring back the classic start menu that Windows 7 doesn’t support. Moreover this tool also bring back a few other features that were available in older versions of Windows likeWindows XP style toolbar for Vista and Windows 7.
As in Windows XP, Windows 7 and Vista does not include desktop cleanup tool. Desktop cleanup tool keep track of your usage of the desktop icons and offers you to remove the unused one every 60 days. Thewindowsclub released a portable and useful free tool called Clean Desktop that will help you clean up your [...]