Put MSN back into the system tray

How to bring Messenger back to the System Tray

Many people don’t link that Microsoft has moved the Messenger (MSN) icon away from the system tray in Windows 7. That is actually something you can easily change back yourself. I prefer my MSN icon in the tray area where it always has been. If you have it the same way like me here is a little simple guide to make it appear back in the tray area.

ZoomIt

Another great tool from Windows Sysinternals.

With this little tool you can Zoom and draw on your desktop very easily.

Press C-TRL+1 and you can zoom in and draw on your desktop. No installation needed just a single .exe file, that’s it. Great tool if you are making a demo in a confrence room and someone in the back can’t see because it is too small. You can also draw on the screen if you need to highlight something.

Zoomit from Sysinternals

Download Zoomit from Sysinternals

Microsoft Process Explorer v14.01

Microsoft Process Explorer v14.01

If you want to monitor file access, this is the tool you need. Another great tool from Windows Sysinternals
Download Microsoft Process Explorer

33 methods to bring more visitores to your site

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33 methods to bring more visitores to your site

Found this nice resource on techthinker.com today. Something I definitely will look into as soon I get the time. Maybe you could use the tips as well to bring mores traffic to your site.
33 Proven Methods To Bring More Visitors to your Blog

Nice little tool (SIW)

Check your system information with SIW

System Information for Windows

I recently found this nice little tool named SIW (System Information for Windows)
Maybe you remember a great tool called AIDA32 back in the good old Windows days. This tool is similar to that and is still supported. When you start up SIW it scans your computer’s hardware and software and shows you all the information about your system. When I say all information I really mean ALL.

Here is just some of the information you can see with SIW:

  • BIOS version
  • CPU Socket
  • Memory slots
  • Core temperatures
  • Environment variables
  • Local user accounts
  • ARP Network table
  • Cached password (Browser, Windows Live, E-mail)

If you have never tried out SIW you should check it out. You can download that program here