Top ways to hack Windows 7, How to improve your Win7 performance and look

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This is what we call the computing performance at TechSansar. Now, the time for hacking Windows 7. This article is totally based on our experience with Windows 7. Since we have been using Windows-7 for months by now, so expect some earlier tips for beta and technical previews of the same.

Here, we present the top ways to hack Windows 7 for improving the computing performance and the look of this new Microsoft OS Windows-7. Comment below if you want to add your tips or link to your site.

Easily work with multiple open windows

Calling all multi-taskers – new desktop enhancements make working with multiple windows on your desktop easier. Want to maximize a window? Just drag its border to the top of the screen. Read more about improvements to the desktop.

Get to what you need, fast

In Windows 7, the taskbar puts what you want to do at your fingertips. Pin the programs you use most to the taskbar or even pin a specific document to a program. Learn more about what’s new with the taskbar.

Make your PC your own

One way to simplify your PC is to customize how your desktop looks and acts. Windows 7 gives you ample ways to do that, from controlling what appears in your Start menu to personalizing themes. Read more about customizing your desktop.

Connect PCs and share files in a few steps

Say good-bye to that hodgepodge of cables and USB drives. HomeGroup, a new feature in Windows 7, lets you share files, photos, and music among your home PCs as if all the data was on a single hard disk drive. Learn more about this feature.

7 ways to simplify your life with Windows 7

You told us to make Windows simpler and easier to use. We listened. Windows 7 has better ways to find and manage files to help you speed through everyday tasks. It’s designed for faster and more reliable performance, so your PC works just the way you want it to. Get to know Windows 7, and see how it can simplify just about everything you do with your PC.

1. Get quicker access to all of your stuff

In Windows 7, you’ll find the taskbar is still the same familiar place for switching between windows, but now it’s easier to see, more flexible, and more powerful. You can pin your favorite programs anywhere on the taskbar so you can easily access them with one click. And if you’re not crazy about the icon lineup, you can rearrange them any way you like by just clicking and dragging.

Do you keep a lot of documents on the Windows desktop or in your Documents folder? If so, you know how hard it can be to find that one file you need. Jump Lists can help. These dynamic lists automatically show you files based on how often and how recently you’ve done things, so you’ll spend less time looking for your favorite song or that document you worked on yesterday.

2. Manage open windows easier

With desktop enhancements in Windows 7, working with multiple windows on your desktop is easier than ever. For instance, you can use Snap to quickly compare the contents of two different windows. Simply drag the top of each window to opposite sides of the screen and as your cursor touches the edge, the window will resize to fill exactly that half of the screen.

3. Quickly find what you’re looking for

Windows 7 helps you search more efficiently, regardless of whether what you’re looking for is on your PC, on another PC running Windows 7, on your home network, or on the web. The new Libraries feature and Windows Search enhancements help you find a specific file, program, or e-mail in a few seconds. Start typing into the Start menu search box—and you’ll instantly see a list of relevant documents, pictures, music, and e-mail on your PC.

4. Share files and printers among multiple PCs

Do you have multiple PCs in your home? If so, HomeGroup, a new feature in Windows 7, is likely to be your new best friend. HomeGroup makes it easy to connect and share your files and printers with other Windows 7 PCs in your home. If a HomeGroup is available on your home network, you can join it by entering your HomeGroup password. If no HomeGroup exists, you can easily create one.

After you’ve created your HomeGroup, you can easily access and share files among the various PCs—or other devices—in your home. Similarly, if there’s a printer connected to a PC in your HomeGroup, the printer is set up automatically on PCs that join the HomeGroup.

5. Stay entertained effortlessly

With a streamlined user interface and support for new content types and digital TV, Windows Media Center in Windows 7 makes viewing TV, movies, and other media content on your PC easier than ever. With Internet TV, you can choose from a variety of online TV shows and movies, all organized and viewable with a consistent look and feel.* You can also turn your PC into a digital video recorder by adding a broadcast TV tuner, which you can find at many popular retail electronics stores.

6. Connect to networks easily

Windows 7 makes it a cinch to view and connect to networks on your laptop wherever you go with View Available Networks. Just click the networking icon on the taskbar. View Available Networks displays all your wireless and wired options—Wi-Fi, mobile broadband, dial-up, or corporate VPN. One more click, and you’re connected.

7. Manage devices more easily

In Windows 7, working with cameras, cell phones, and other devices has never been easier. Device Stage provides a single place to check on and manage cell phones, printers, digital cameras, and other compatible devices. The new Devices and Printers folder takes Device Stage a step further, showing you everything connected to your PC.

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  1. Cool_dahal says

    bogus article…where is hacking..???

    1. Team TechSansar.com says

      Hacking doesn’t mean intruding or geting somebody else data. This is all about Windows 7’s resource hacking for better computing experience.

  2. Team TechSansar.com says

    Hacking doesn’t mean intruding or geting somebody else data. This is all about Windows 7’s resource hacking for better computing experience.

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