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How To : Share files with a HomeGroup network in Windows 7

First click the explore button, this will open a fold in which you will click homegroup and the second computer in the network. By clicking on that you will see what is in the homegroup. For example clicking on the video icon shows you all the videos available. If you right cl ...more

How to Hack Windows 7 : Sending Vulnerable Shortcut Files

Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers! After the disaster that was Windows Vista and the limited and reluctant adoption of Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows 7 has become the de facto standard operating system on the desktop/client. Although the most valuable information to the hacker ...more

How To : Make your own Windows icons with IcoFX & GIMP

This video will show viewers how to make an icon for a computer program on a Windows operating system. In order to perform this, you will need two programs, IcoFX and GIMP. First, open GIMP and create the icon which you would like to use by drawing it on the program. Make sure ...more

How To : Make custom icons in Windows XP

In this video, you will learn how to make your own custom icons in Windows XP. This will help you customize your desktop and stay organized. Notes: *This only works for non-system icons, so that means you can't apply this for your "MyDocuments", "MyComputer", "Recycle bin" et ...more

How To : Unzip a compressed folder file in Windows

In this video tutorial the instructor shows how to unzip files using the compressed folders. He starts by showing the examples of compressed folders and how to identify them by their unique zip icon. He shows how to right click on the folder and shows how to open the extract a ...more

How To : Add Tabs to the Windows 10 File Explorer

While Windows 10's new File Explorer is just as, if not more, useful as it was in previous iterations of Windows, it could definitely still be better. Two features that would greatly improve File Explorer are tabbed results and a customizable user interface, similar to how the ...more

How To : Move Your Minecraft Save Files on Windows

In this article, you will learn how to move your Minecraft save files. This knowledge is very useful if you want to give your friends a copy of your offline world, or play on one of theirs. You can also make backups, or move your offline world to your server folder to play onl ...more

How To : Clean up your temporary files in Windows Vista

Is your desktop a mess? In this two-part video tutorial, learn how to clean up your desktop in Windows Vista. Learn to clean up history, browzing history, temporary files and more with help from this video. Part 1 of 2 - How to Clean up your temporary files in Windows Vista. ...more

How To : Backup and restore your system files in Windows 7

Worried about a hard drive failure? Or a virus that destroys your operating system? Well, don't worry… Windows 7 lets you backup and restore your Windows 7 operating system and all of the files and folders you choose. Backup and Restore—improved for Windows 7—creates safety c ...more

How To : Play FLAC files in Windows Media Player

Maximefcom teaches viewers how to play FLAC files in Windows Media Player. First, you will need to open up your web browser. Next, go to the site Xiph. here you should click on the section 'Downloads' to the left. Click on the file that says 'Ogg Codecs for Windows'. Download ...more

How To : Zip and unzip files in Windows XP

In this tutorial, we learn how to zip and unzip files in Windows XP. First, find the files you want to compress, then highlight them by dragging the mouse. Next, go into the file menu and click "send to", then "compress zip folder". Now, your folder will be created and you can ...more

How To : Delete temporary files in Windows XP

In this video it is demonstrated that how to delete temporary files in Windows XP. There are two different methods for deleting temporary files. First of all go to and click "start" then go to "run" and type temp now click on ok, then a window will appear, in this window there ...more

How To : Reconnect media files to Windows Media Player

New to Windows? This computer operating system could be a bit tricky for beginners, but fret not, help is here. Check out this video tutorial on how to reconnect media files to Windows Media Player. After installing a new Media Player, you may find that your favorite media pl ...more

How To : Backup your files in Windows 7

This video instructs you on how to backup your files on windows 7. To do this, first you must go to Start>Control Panel. After that you must look at System and Security, and click on back up your computer. Next you must click set up back up, then pick where you want to save yo ...more

How To : Make DVDs from AVI files with Windows DVD Maker

In this Software video tutorial you will learn how to make DVDs from AVI files with Windows DVD Maker. You will need a codec for this, which can be found at www.divx.com. Download the free version. While installing, when the prompt for component selection comes up, keep only ‚ ...more

How To : Set up automated backup for files in Windows Vista

Regular backups of your important files are something that should be a top priority, though because of the complexity of most backup systems, regular backups are often overlooked until it is too late. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to set up automated backups in the ...more

How To : Recover deleted files in Windows

This video tutorial is all about recovering the deleted files in Windows Vista. If you are using the Windows Vista and you have unknowingly deleted a file and emptied the recycle bin, then you can recover it. This can be done by using the Shadow Explorer. Shadow Explorer is a ...more

How To : Quickly rename multiple files in Windows XP

This Windows XP video tutorial offers an explanation of how to use a little-utilized and known trick that gives you the power to rename multiple files both quickly and with ease. For more, or to get started batch renaming files yourself, take a look!

How To : Play Google Video files in Windows Media Player

This video demonstrates how to download Google Video movies onto your computer and play them using Windows Media Player. The video walks you through downloading the right software, downloading the video you want, modifying the movie, and playing in Media Player. This video is ...more

How To : Zip and unzip files in Windows XP

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to unzip and zip files. The ZIP file format is a data compression and archive format. To unzip a file, right click on the file and select "Extract All". Continue by pressing "Next" and wait for the file to extract. To zip a file, right ...more

How To : Recover lost files with Windows XP and Vista

In this video tutorial, Mike shows how to find a missing file in Windows XP and Vista with three different options. In the first option, open Windows Explorer or My Computer. Then open the recycle bin to check for your missing files. If you don't see your file there, close the ...more

How To : Permanently delete temporary files in Windows XP

In this how-to video, you will learn how to permanently delete temporary files on your computer with CCleaner. First, find and download the program called CCleaner. Install the program and then open it. Now, go to the settings and choose the strength of the clean up. This will ...more

How To : Delete files that Windows Vista won't let you delete

Quickly explains what program to use (and how to use it) to delete files that Vista won't let you delete. •First download the program, Unlocker, from the website found in the video author’s description. •After downloading, find Unlocker in the Vista start menu. •Unlocker will ...more

How To : Recover Deleted Files in Windows

Everyone has deleted a file or folder on accident before. Sometimes people even delete stuff on purpose, only to find out that they needed the files after all. If you're experiencing one of these mishaps, don't worry, file recovery is possible in most cases! When a file gets ...more

How To : Clean out old files in Windows XP

This is a step-by-step guide to cleaning out those old fires in your Windows XP computer. You want to start by clicking the "start" button and then clicking on "my computer". Once there, you are going to want to right click on the C-Drive to clean that one first and click on " ...more

How To : Fix an iPod with corrupted files on a Windows PC

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to fix an iPod with corrupted files on a Windows PC. To fix the corrupted files on an iPod, users will be resetting their iPod. Begin by holding the center and Menu button for about 10 seconds until the screen on the iPod turns black. ...more

How To : Make hidden files visible in Windows Vista

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to view hidden files and folders in Windows Vista. Begin by clicking on the Start menu and select Control Panel. Click on Appearance and Personalization, and select Folder Options. In the Folder Options window, click on the View tab. U ...more

How To : Change your thumbnail icon size in Windows XP

If you have a folder that contains many images (say anything in excess of 200) and you open it in Windows Explorer with the thumbnail view turned on. You would notice that it takes some time for all the thumbnails to load completely. The process described above can be made fa ...more

How To : Use GPG4Win in Windows to Encrypt Files & Emails

I love cryptography. It is like a great gigantic puzzle for me to solve. However, it is more important than that. It is also how we keep secrets safe. Not just sorta safe either, but really safe. Until recently, if you wanted to use strong encryption you had to either learn d ...more

How To : Organize files and folders in Windows 7

Top-Windows-Tutorials is a great site dedicated to Windows tutorials for almost all things Windows. Whether you are a computer novice or an expert in Windows operating systems, you'll find useful information in these guides catering to your level of expertise. These user frien ...more

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