Ten Top Windows Tips

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Time flies and it is now four years since I began writing Tech Tips. To mark the occasion, here is a selection of ten of the all-time most popular Windows tips. All of these have been viewed at least 100,000 times.

  1. How to Get a Free Legal Copy of a Windows 7 Installation Disk 
  2. How to Find Out Which Windows Process is Using a File
  3. How to Move Windows 7 Personal Folders Like My Documents to Another Drive
  4. How to Fix a Computer that Keeps Waking Up
  5. How to Repair a Windows 7 System with an Installation Disc
  6. How to Open the Windows Command Prompt from any Folder
  7. How to Get to Safe Mode in Windows XP/Vista/7  
  8. Create a Bootable USB Key (Thumb Drive) in Windows Vista/7 with the Command Line
  9. Use These Tricks to Recover Lost Files In Windows 7
  10. How to Create a Custom Hotkey for Your Favorite Application or Folder

Has one of the more than 400 tips that have appeared here been your favorite? Let us know in the comments about tips that you found especially useful.

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This tips section is maintained by Vic Laurie. Vic runs several websites with Windows how-to's, guides, and tutorials, including a site for learning about Windows and the Internet and another with Windows 7 tips.

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Very nice, but needs to have Windows 8/8.1 added,

Which of these can also be used with Windows 8.1?

Agreed. This list appears to be directed directly at Windows 7 users.
Will have to wait for updated current list for today's operating system.
Hopefully it happens before the much anticipated Windows 9 (Threshold) release.

The list was not specifically directed at Windows 7. It is based on popularity as measured by number of reads. Windows 7 is considerably more popular than Windows 8. If you are interested in Windows 8 tips, you can find plenty of them by looking at past Tech Tips or doing a site search.

Thanks again iknow some people say some of these tips are common sense but to some one like me they are life savers.

Vic, your contribution is amazing!

I don't know how many times I already read your great tips... many, many times, for sure. And a lot of them were really useful.

CONGRATULATIONS, THANK YOU and KEEP UP THE TOP QUALITY JOB! :-)

Many thanks, Sgluber.