Here’s a tool that enables you to change your Windows Folder background, making your personal computer a bit more personal.
To perform this action, download the Windows 7 Folder Background Changer, which is a freeware tool that effortlessly adds an image to any folder inside Windows 7.
Also, it will enable you to change the background image of any explorer windows inside Windows 7. Apart from this, you can also change the text font in the folder. Its just that you need to make sure that you run the application in administrator mode to make the changes.
- First of all, download your copy of the tool from Windows & Folder Background Changer.
- Then browse for the desired folder
- Choose the desired image and text color.
- Tada! You are ready to experience a whole new look of your PC
Recently, I discovered a new way to select files in Windows 7, its amazing, one must check it out. It makes work of multiple selection a lot easier. Windows 7 supports checkbox selection. It enable users to select files by help of check boxes. You can enable checkbox selection in Windows 7 by following these steps-
- Press start key, and type Folder Options
- Click to open folder options, then click on view tab and check on “Use checkbox to select items” & click OK
And you are done!!
Now, you can see check boxes, whenever you’ll start selecting anything. Like shown here
If you don’t like this feature, then you can turn it off anytime, you’d like to…
Many of us are so lazy these days that we do n’t want to use optical media for any purpose. Now, even Mini laptops do n’t include DVD +RW drive in them. My friend having a similar problem came to me, he was not having any optical media drive in hp Mini laptop. So, he asked me about how could he be able to load Windows 7 or Vista into it, and the answer is by creating a bootable usb pen drive. It is very simple to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 7. Here is the whole guide to create Windows 7 USB installation
Preparing the USB drive
Get a 4GB or more capacity of USB pen drive, SD/MMC card might also work (not tested by me).
Format the pen drive in NTFS file system and copy all the data of Windows Installation DVD into USB drive.
Click on start and click Run… Type cmd and press enter. Run cmd as administartor.
Now open the USB drive, for example J: drive is my USB drive, I’ll type J: and press enter.
bootsect /nt60 J: /force
This will make your pen drive as bootable media, adn you can install Windows, as usual from like from DVD installation.
If you got any problem feel free to use comments section. I’ve also uploaded one video, showing how to create this installation, its shown here