We don’t give much credit to Windows for all of the abilities it endows. Hidden features in Windows are rarely known because of the caution one exercises in keeping their system software from breaking down – something they believe too much meddling might cause. You’re lucky to have us, though. We meddle with our systems all the time and hardly do we fear losing important data – we back up, by the way. Good practice, this backing up thing. So, here we are tapping into our reserve to bring you a not-well-hidden and yet not-well-looked-for feature on Windows – the ability to have login warnings.
Earlier, I had posted a tutorial on how to create a virtual hard disk. If you know me well, you probably have not read it because (blah blah blah, add at least two paragraphs of whining… I could take the time to actually write them but that is unnecessay delay. The point is you suck!)
Windows 7, the most awesome OS till date, was released unto manufacturing on October 22nd, 2009. About 17 percent of the people in the world were already using it within a month of its release. ‘Windows 7 definitely is a great improvement over Windows Vista’, but in saying this I’m actually paraphrasing the millions who love this OS. So, does that mean I don’t like Windows 7?