Some important tips for using Windows® 7
Get options galore with the several interesting features in Windows 7.
Earlier versions lacked better organizational features resulting in varying degrees of mismanagement like cluttering of files on the desktop.
The newest operating system will be loaded with the new command line tzutil.exe utility, which lets you set a PC's time zone from scripts. In case you want to set a PC to Greenwich Mean Time,Â you would use the command tzutil /s "gmt standard time". The command "tzutil /g" displays the current time zone, "tzutil /l" lists all possible time zones, and "tzutil /?" displays details on how the command works. This is a wonderful feature for system administrators.
Another magnificent feature of Windows 7 is the customization of colors. The colours seen on the PC's screen will vary depending on the monitor, graphics cards settings, lighting and more, yet most people use the same default Windows color profile. The application provides a Display Colour Calibration Wizard that helps you adjust your brightness, contrast and colour settings. It also carries aÂ ClearType tuner to ensure text is crisp and sharp. For achieving all this you need to click Start, type DCCW and press Enter to give it a try.
Microsoft this time has tried to accommodate maximum functions under your middle finger that is right click. A lot of functions can be brought into action by a simple right click. If you right-click an empty part of the desktop, for instance you'll find a menu entry to set your screen resolution. Thus now there is no need to go browsing through the display settings any more.