When disk C: is almost out of space and your Windows system gets painfully slow, how do you choose what to delete to free space? Manually checking file and folder sizes is too slow and may not free as much space as needed.
I recommend two simple but powerful tools to find out . . . → Read More: Disk space usage tools for Windows
I’ve been using the Windows Address Book (WAB) for years, since Windows 95. As anything that has been used for years, it has a lot of information about people I really care. Not only I keep the basic stuff, like names, e-mails and addresses, but also birthdays, the place I first met people, . . . → Read More: How to search in all fields of Windows 7 Contacts (Windows Address Book replacement)
Recently, I had to login as the local Administrator in a MS Windows 2008 server. Guess what: nobody knew the local Administrator password. This happens pretty often when a MS Windows host is part of a Windows domain because administrators usually login as the domain Administrator and rarely use the local admin user.
. . . → Read More: MS Windows 2008 password recovery