It takes a special person indeed to put up with chasing me around the city to pick up my laptop. They delivered it back to me in Cherrybrook at the end of the day, all fixed! Thank you so much boys.
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Did you know you can install Windows 7 and use it for 30 days without a license key? What you might also not know is that the 30 day trial can actually be extended to a trial mode of 120 days and again also without a key. And you do not need to urgently call Kim Dotcom or your speed dial computer repairs geek to accomplish this. Continue reading “Computer repairs blog on How To Prolong the Windows 7 Trial from 30 to 120 Days” »

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Hello lovely people and welcome to computer repairs blog. Sony is treading uncertain waters as the company’s executive deputy president – and the likely successor to CEO Howard Stringer – Kaz Hirai offered their “deepest and sincerest apologies” during a press conference in Tokyo. Continue reading “Computer repairs blog news: Sony has had to build extra firewalls to keep hackers out but what was the loss to customers” »

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Are you tired of the way certain keys in your system work? What about the*Caps-Lock* key? Did you know you can re-map it so it will function as a different key, you can do that by using a registry hack.  If you are all sweet with that, go ahead. If you are looking for an easier way, read on as that is exactly what this computer repairs blog is all about.

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Today, we will talk about creating an icon that will start up the screensaver in Windows Vista? As this is and has been a commonly asked question for a long time, I figured I would put the answer here in our computer repairs blog. Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog on How To Make Icons to Start the Screensaver on Windows 7 or Vista” »

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Without a doubt one of the most talked about irritating ‘thingies’ with Windows Vista is the constant pop ups of the UAC prompts. This is especially annoying when you need to run a particular tool that requires it to be run in Administrator mode. Thankfully, today we can share with you a simple hack that you can utilise to create an administrator mode shortcut that does not prompt for the UAC. This is the topic of today’s installment of our computer repairs blog. Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog on How To Create Administrator Mode Shortcuts without UAC Prompts” »

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Hello lovely people. In this installment of our computer repairs How To blog we will talk about Windows 7 and Vista. These two have all the same Windows+X shortcut keys as other versions of Windows, such as Win+E for explorer and Win+D for the desktop, but adds in all of the Win+<num> keys to launch the shortcuts in the Vista Quick Launch menu (or switch to apps in Windows 7), as well as Win+X for mobility center, etc. However, what if you want to disable all these extra keys? This is what this computer repairs blog is about. Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog on How To Deactivate Win+X Shortcut Keys on Windows 7 or Vista” »

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Hello lovely people :) and welcome to our computer repairs blog. This time we will be talking about creating a shortcut to the stored user names and passwords dialogue. It can be very handy to know this trick especially, if you are in Administrator business.  Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog: How To Create a Shortcut to the Stored User Names and Passwords Dialogue” »

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Hello lovely computer repairs DIYers :) This article is about disabling UAC. If you do not know that that is, then possibly you will need to call your computer repairs tech to sort that problem out. However, if you do, read on as it may be useful for you.  If you like to retain a bit of security but, still hate those annoying User Account Control prompts, you can remove that. The trick is useful for Administrator accounts only. What we will be doing in this computer repair tips article is learning how to change Windows Vista to automatically elevate the privilege level for administrators – but – without the prompting.

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Here we go, another week another  how to computer repairs. Aren’t MobileGeeks awesome? ;) While I have written before about how to enable or disable the UAC from the command line, I have found a much easier way that you can use.  Continue reading “How To Disable User Account Control on Windows 7 or Vista” »

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If you are looking for a way to speed up browsing around in Explorer, one way to achieve this is to disable the thumbnail previews in folders. However, before you get all excited and decide to read the computer repairs article , please note that this only works in Windows 7 or Vista. Still with us? Continue reading “How To Disable Thumbnail Previews in Windows 7” »

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