Monday, January 28, 2013

Instructions For Deleting Recent Documents In Windows Operating System

In Windows XP operating system, it’s possible to view the recently opened documents. For this you need to click the recent documents option that appears in the right pane of the windows start menu. But in the latest versions of Windows operating systems including windows 7 and windows 8, a similar feature called Jump List that appears for each and every program in the start menu. Besides this, it’s also possible to the access the recent documents from the task bar on your system.
In this article, I wish to mention the instructions given by the Windows Support team for deleting recent documents in Windows 7 operating system by simply removing the particular document from the recent list.
Firstly, turn on your windows system.
Bring on the windows start menu by hitting the start button that appears in the lower left corner of your home window.
Now you need to hit the arrow mark next to the application that you want to see the recent documents for.
For deleting a document from the recent list, right-click on the particular button followed by hitting the delete option from the context menu thus appeared.
Now place your mouse pointer over a document in the recent list and after that hit the pushpin icon.
Now select unpin from this list option to delete the document from the recent list. But still, a copy of the deleted document will remain on your hard disk drive.
How to delete the recent documents from the taskbar?
First of all, determines the document that you want to delete in the task bar that appears on the lower side of your screen.
When done, right-click on it and then select the delete option from the context menu to remove it.
Now place the cursor over a document in the recent list from the taskbar and after that trigger the pushpin icon.
Then you need to trigger the option called Unpin from this to delete the document from the recent list.
You can choose any of the above methods as per your wish to remove recent documents in Windows 7 Operating system. The removal method is same for other versions of Windows operating system, but with a slight difference. To know that, contact the Windows Support panel. Thank you!

Monday, January 7, 2013

Tips to link up Windows 98 machine to internet using a Cable Modem

Windows 98 is the operating system that cemented the position of Microsoft as the leaders in the software industry. However, Microsoft Windows online support team does not offer support to this outdated operating system anymore. Many users are suspicious about the capability of Windows 98 operating system in handling the high-speed Internet services available in this part of the era. But the fact is that this stout operating system is proficient enough to complete any task assigned by the user. High speed internet connection can be activated in the Windows 98 operating system with the help of an Ethernet cable. This cable will link up your Windows 98 computer through a cable modem.
The only concern will be about the configuring the network, you will have to configure the settings of the compute as well as modem manually to establish a proper connection. Follow these elaborated guidelines to configure the settings and thereby to connect your computer to the internet.
Linking to Internet

Bring out the computer from sleep and check if your computer is equipped with a network card in it. If not, you will have to buy one from a computer store and install it on your computer with the aid of the installation manual.

Turn off your computer by clicking on the “Shutdown” tab that can be accessed from the “start” menu.

Get the Ethernet cable and connect one of its end to the Ethernet port that is placed behind the CPU of the computer and the other end to the Ethernet slot in the modem.

Press on the power button and bring your PC to life. As the Windows 98 wizard is programmed to detect the network card it should recognize the network card installed on your computer as well as the connection.

If Windows 98 failed to recognize the network card, go to the "Start" tab and bring on the "Control Panel" which holds the settings of the entire Windows 98.

In the control panel window, pick out the "Network" tab and move towards the "Configuration" to select the "TCP/IP" tab in which you will be able to access the "Properties" of the connection.

Tag on the "IP Address" and opt for the "Obtain an IP address automatically" tab.

Now restart your Windows 98 machine to save the changes brought in to the network configuration.
Although Windows online support deals with the latest issues with the operating system, you may nevertheless find some useful support. The network card that you require, for example can be consulted with the support team.