Now that it’s enabled, you can sign into the Windows Administrator account by logging out of your current user account. January 23, 2011 Steve I just noticed something that makes a difference. By Susan Harkins | in Five Apps, March 8, 2011, 2:43 AM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus The Windows 7 Find out which ones.
IWonderWhy View Public Profile Find More Posts by IWonderWhy 15 Jun 2010 #4 richc46 Windows 10, Home Clean Install 16,911 posts CT Welcome If you truly want to Now, here's a useful tip for the keyboard users. I store pictures and videos and music separately from documents because they are all backed up on different schedules: documents daily, pictures weekly, etc. It appears very easy to lose data if you are not constantly checking and rechecking.
something or other) and BASIC. Where are all those 'svchost.exe' processes? I open Explorer to check what computers are on the LAN.
February 16, 2010 Jack7000 @Quentin - here is a library example. Plus the System account. Pros: 1. the sample pictures.
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Works great. Today we take a look at how to access libraries, how to use them, and how to include network locations to the libraries as well. Until you learn your way around, saving your files to the Documents library will save you a lot of confusion. 2: Use libraries for quick access In earlier versions of Windows, I had 26 processes running on XP.
That being said, I can't say I don't have any complaints about the way the new Windows Explorer works - for example, scrolling the tree view around in bizarre ways when BSOD Help and Support understanding CPU-ZIf CPU-Z shows DRAM Frequency at 600 and you have duel channel that would mean your ram is working at 1200. Right-click on a folder and select Include in library from the context menu, then choose the Documents Library. Open the Start Menu and type cmd.exe into the search bar.
Before win7 I would make a separate folder. On the other hand, administrator-level user accounts only have to click a confirmation button to continue. Sorry if this is a bit long but one of the threads (the Welcome thread I think but don't hold me to that) said to mention your pc experience. (Just for Even if I'm using this whole library thing wrong, the potential to not find or even delete files is just way too dangerous!
You might be surprised by what you can accomplish with just a few keystrokes. To open a second instance, hold down the [Shift] key and click the Explorer icon on the Taskbar again. It is pretty arogant of M$ to assume we will all use this, Ok for the youger generations they won't know any different, but I have used 5 versions of windows
I have simply had enough of the ‘Microsoft-Machine'. I want the capability to access MY files when and where I want, whether it is via a Library or the specific file location. Now….Out with the library. If you’ve been working in Windows 7 for a while and storing documents to the My Documents folder, when you open the Documents Library, you’ll see those documents.
It's no longer just a folder. In the main pane, right-click on Accounts: Administrator account status and select Properties. If you somehow forget the password, here’s how you can recover it Lost Your Windows Administrator Password? Do you happen to know what I did, and how I can undo it?
DID YOU KNOW?In the original version of Pac-Man each level had 240 little dots for Pac-Man to munch on. I have been using windows since its beginning (Win 3.1/3.11, 95,98, Xp etc.). February 1, 2011 michel This is the "feature" that sent me back to Vista. Network & Sharing User Accounts / Manage Accounts BlankHello I have been chasing up an answer to this problem for a couple of weeks now and have found a number of
I also have my account but this account is member of Users group only. Is it then really different?" So, the technical folk have to create some trivial extras that show up on your screen so that you just "know" you have a new system! Have a nice day! I have to agree with most of the comments above.
Here is an example. Figure C Pin a file to the Taskbar. 5: Work efficiently with two instances of Windows Explorer It's easy to work with two instances of Windows Explorer open at the same Browse to the location with the files you want to add then click Include folder. February 4, 2010 Adrian Martin BIG Tip for using USB thumb drives(or Blackberrys!) with libraries.
To me it's acting more like a User account than an administrator account. Advertisement Latest Giveaways Garmin Vivomove Sport Review and Giveaway Garmin Vivomove Sport Review and Giveaway Kannon Yamada January 10, 2017 10-01-2017 UHANS H5000 Review and Giveaway UHANS H5000 Review and Giveaway November 3, 2011 Lydia HF I roger most negative comments above. September 14, 2011 Tom I don't use libraries.
Any machine that's part of a HomeGroup can grant read and write access to other machines in the HomeGroup. You try this way then you try another way.