Windows 7 Boot Manager Help You Boot from Multi Operating System

Windows 7 has been released for a long time and many users have installed it. You may need Windows 7 boot manager to manage multi operating systems. For example, Windows 7 & Windows XP, Windows & Linux. In fact, Windows provides boot manager to manage multi operating systems and it helps you boot from either. Windows boot manager is easy to use. If you installed Windows XP before and you want to install Windows 7, you just need to install Windows 7 to another partition normally, after that, Windows will create a boot manager automatically. After installing Windows 7 and reboot, the boot manager will let you to choose booting from which operating system. Though Windows 7 built-in boot manager is easy to use, it also has some disadvantages. Disadvantages of Windows 7 boot manager There are two huge disadvantages of Windows boot manager. 1. To use Windows 7 boot … Continue reading






Windows 7 Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) – How to Turn on and Use

What is Remote Desktop Connection (RDC)? Remote Desktop Connection is a technology that allows you to sit at a computer (sometimes called the client computer) and connect to a remote computer (sometimes called the host computer) in a different location. For example, you can connect to your work computer from your home computer and have access to all of your programs, files, and network resources as though you were in front of your computer at work. You can leave programs running at work and then, when you get home, you can see your work computer’s desktop displayed on your home computer, with the same programs running. Windows 7 Remote Desktop Connect Windows XP remote desktop was widely used, so after Windows 7 released, many users try to find out whether there is difference in Windows 7 remote desktop connection. In this article, I’ll tell you how to turn on Windows … Continue reading






How to Add IIS and Other Windows Components in Windows 7

Some people like to add some Windows components after they installed operating system. Among these components, IIS may be the most common used. With IIS components, you can create FTP and WWW services, especially for web engineers.   Sometimes, I use this service, too. After I installed Windows 7 and try to add IIS components, I find that Windows 7 has changed the way to add IIS and other components, comparing to Windows XP, so I decided to write an article and share the experience how to add IIS and other components in Windows 7. How to add IIS and other components in Windows 7? 1. Open Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features or Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features (This depends on how you view the Control Panel items). 2. On top left corner, you’ll find a shortcut ‘Turn Windows features on or off’, click it. 3. Windows 7 will pop … Continue reading






Windows 7 built-in Backup & Recovery Utility Overview

Windows 7 Backup & Recovery Windows Backup allows you to make copies of data files and also create a system image which includes your system settings, programs and files. In Windows 7, you can choose your custom location for the data backup and whether or not to include the system image during backup. The Backup and Restore is located under System and Security in your Control Panel You can also access it via the Action Center Create a Backup You can start creating a backup from the Backup and Restore center in the Control Panel You can choose your preferred location where you want to create your backup As you can see in the above screenshot, you can also select a network location to create your backup. On clicking Add Network Location, you can add your network path Once you have chosen your location, you can now choose what to … Continue reading