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Windows Vista Tips & Tricks

Turn on Remote Desktop
Right-click the “My Computer” desktop icon and click “Properties”.
On the left pane, click the “Remote Settings” link.
Select “Allow Assistance connections to this computer”.
To allow connections from any windows version, click the “Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop” radio button.
Once done, click “OK”.
Include additional clocks
In previous versions of windows, one could view only one clock at a time. But in Vista, you can additionally view two more clocks of different time zone. To activate the other clocks do the following steps:
Right-click on the System Clock
Select the “Adjust Date/Time” option.
Click the “Additional Clocks” tab.
Select “Show this clock”.
Click on an appropriate time zone from the “Select time zone” list box.
Enter a description for the clock in the “Enter display name” text box.
The second clock is now activated. To activate the third clock, follow the above steps 3,4 & 5 and finally click "OK"..
Capture screenshots
Previous versions of windows allowed a user to capture screen shots by hitting the [PrtScrn] key. Windows Vista has a new tool to overcome the limitations of creating screen shots by the old style. The Snipping Tool is a free progam available in Windows Vista.
Click Start-->Accessories-->Snipping Tool.
Select an appropriate option from the NEW drop down arrow
Now click the window to to generate the screen shot and save the file.
Eliminate shortcut arrows
An arrow appears on every shortcut that is placed on the desktop or anywhere on the computer. This can be annoying and you may want to remove them. All you need to do is edit the registry. Follow the steps listed below to do so:
Click ‘Start’ and type ‘regedit’.
Go to ‘HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT --> Inkfile’.
The right side window contains ‘IsShortcut’ key. Just rename this key as ‘AriochIsShortcut’.Close regedit and reboot to see the effects.
Hide Icon Text
The Icons My Computer, Internet Explorer and Recycle bin need not have text below them to know what they actually do. You can hide the text by following the given below steps:
Right-click on an icon "My Computer” and select the “Rename” option.
Make sure “Num Lock” is activated
Enter the value 255 from the keypad while [Alt] key is being holded.
Display the Run entry
In Windows Vista, the Run entry on the Start menu is not readily available. Do the following to activate it :
Right click Start --> Properties --> ‘Start menu' tab --> Customize .
Scroll down to locate the ‘Run command’ check box and select it.
Now click on the ‘OK’ button to save the changes.
Block file downloads
If several users access your computer, you can block certain users from downloading unwanted files from the Internet. You can Block file downloads by doing the given below steps:
Start --> Control Panel --> User accounts and family safety --> Parental Control --> appropriate account --> enforce current settings -- > Windows Vista Web Filter
Select Block File Downloads’ check box and click ‘OK’.
Block Executable applications
Among the several free downloadable applications from internet, some of could harm or destroy your data and few useful applications may be harmful to the system whenever it is used by another person without your prior permission. To block unwanted users from accessing executable files follow the steps listed below.
Click Start --> Control Panel --> User accounts and family safety --> Parental Control --> appropriate account --> enforce current settings --> Allow and Block specific programs --> Use only the programs that I allow.
Select an appropriate application that needs to be blocked and click ‘OK’.
To shut down the system at a specified time in your absence.

Click Start --> Control Panel --> User accounts and family safety --> Parental Control --> appropriate account --> enforce current settings --> Time Limits.
Enter your values as required and click ‘OK’.
Eliminate the system tray

Go to Start --> regedit.
Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER -->Software --> Microsoft --> Windows --> Current Version --> Policies --> Explorer.
Right-click on the left pane and ‘New --> DWORD (32-bit) Value --> NoTrayItemsDisplay
Double-click the newly created key and enter the value ‘1’.
Close the registry editor and reboot your system for changes to take effect.
Encryption through the context menu
Windows Vista has a built in file encryption utility. If you want to add this option to the contextual menu simply follow the steps below:
Click Start --> regedit --> HKEY_CURRENT_USER --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows --> CurrentVersion --> Explorer --> Advanced.
Right-click on the right pane and select New --> DWORD 32 bit Value --> EncryptionContextMenu --> double-click key and enter the value ‘1’ --> Close the registry editor.
Now whenever you right click a file, you’ll find the ‘Encrypt’ option in the contextual menu.
Change number of Recent Items
In Vista you can view a list of files that have been recently used by going through the ‘Recent Items’ list in the ‘Start’ menu. The list by default displays the last 15 files used. For your convenience, you can either increase or decrease the number of files listed on this menu.
Click Start --> regedit --> HKEY_CURRENT_USER --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows --> CurrentVersion --> Policies --> Explorer
Right-click anywhere on the right pane
Go to New --> DWORD (32-bit) value --> MaxRecentDocs
Double-click on the new key
Click on the ‘Decimal’ radio button in the ‘Base’
Enter an appropriate integer value in the 'Value data’ field
Click ‘OK’
Restart your system for changes to take effect.
Installing IIS on Vista

Click Start --> Control Panel.
Double-click the ‘Programs and Features’ icon.
Click on the ‘Turn Windows features on or off’ link.
Select the ‘Internet Information Services’ check box and click ‘OK’.
Disable Super fetch in Vista
Super Fetch is a new feature in Vista which preloads frequently used applications. This makes specifi ed applications launch faster. To disable super fetch:
Go to Start --> services.msc
select the ‘Disabled’ option from the ‘Startup type’ drop down list and click the ‘OK’ button.
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