Here’s a small tutorial to make pendrives or USB drives bootable and to install Windows Vista using it. This trick come in handy if you don’t have a DVD/CD drive. Installing from a pendrive will make Windows Vista installation very fast. Alternatively here is a Free Utility To Create A Bootable USB To Install Windows …
Install Windows Vista from (using) Pendrive (100 % working)/ Create a bootable Pendrive or USB to install Windows Vista [updated]
By Amal on 03/10/2008
Don’t have a mic at home? don’t worry your head phone can do the job.These days there will be hardly any body who doesn’t own a pair of head phones. Now, here is a fantastic that people hardly know to covert their headphones into a mic!
By Amal on 30/09/2008
Vista and XP both don’t detect each other in boot.My friend informed me that the earlier way that i posted was not applicable to Windows Vista Home Basic.
By Amal on 29/09/2008
Do you want a folder to be completely hidden?.In windows even if we make a folder properties hidden it will be shown when we use the option ‘search for hidden files and folder’ while searching a file.But here is a trick that really make the folder invisible.So here’s how you do it.
By Amal on 28/09/2008
The common method used to determine system performance is the boot speed. Though this isn’t really right, people tend to have a fascination with boot speeds. Let’s take a look at some of the common tricks used to speed up the booting process.
By Amal on 23/09/2008
Bored with the vista’s regular boot screen of windows vista?.There is another boot screen in Windows Vista bundled with it that we can unlock.
By Amal on 23/09/2008
Windows Vista features a technology called the ‘Ready Boost’ which uses flash memory,SD cards,USB 2.0 drives or any flash storage device as disk cache or as a drive.This feature boosts reading and writing up to 80-100 times faster than the hard drives.This feature is integrated in Windows Vista by default.
By Amal on 15/09/2008
Do you want to experience Windows Vista without installing it?. Virtual Techlabs are providing an opportunity to experience Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1. All you need to do is to register by giving your email and other information.It is completely virtual. So it will never affect your system.
By Amal on 12/09/2008
If your drive is positioned away from you no need to stretch your hand to reach it.Just use the shortcuts.In fact this will surely make your work a lot easier and faster. Here is a very useful trick that will enable you to open and close your drives using just keyboard shortcuts.
By Amal on 10/09/2008