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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Installing Windows 7 64 bit from USB drive

Not long ago I install Windows 7 32 bit and the result is good.

Since my processor is capable for 64 bit operating system, I will give 64 bit a try. It is newer technology which allow more that 4GB RAM to be used. 32 bit OS only allow maximum 3.0GB RAM to be used.

This time, to save DVD, I use my 4GB pen-drive as a DVD. It was done using WinToFlash software. And, I install my 64 bit Windows 7 a lot faster than using DVD.

Trying 64 bit, I notice less difference in performance, and very little software incompatible (Can't use Sandboxie only). Since my laptop is not old, I have all my drivers download from Windows Update.

As for games, there has no improvement for me. I think there are some improvement for certain games, and vice versa. I see in several forum saying that RAM usage is higher, but for me, I see no change in RAM usage in idle compare with 32 bit.

As a conclusion, I recommend 64 bit for users that has higher than 3.0GB RAM. Else, there are no advantage using 64 bit except very little program incompatible.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Fix MSN taskbar bug at Windows Seven.

I install latest MSN messenger at my windows seven. I start MSN, and to close windows, I press X at top right of MSN windows.

After I close all windows of MSN, it appears to be somehow 'pinned' at my taskbar. It won't go to notification area where it used to appear when we close the windows.

If I right click at taskbar, and choose 'Close all windows', MSN will exit.

The solution is run MSN Messenger in compatibility mode. I Open MSN file location, right click, properties, compatibility tab, and choose Windows XP SP3. I then open MSN Messenger and close all its windows. And, it now appear at notification area.

You may choose compatibility mode with others, but it works for me at compatibility mode with XP SP3.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Windows Se7en

I install Windows Se7en MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) days ago. Like what I expect, windows 7 very smooth and explorer.exe rarely (I not yet encounter) hang and need to be restarted using task manager.

In conclusion, I like Se7en more than XP (no aero glass effect) and Vista (buggy). But, recently when I play full screen games, it becomes not full screened. Hard to understand? Take a look at this:

I ask at several forums, but fail to get the answer. Finally, I try to do setting at everything that deals with resolution, and I found my solution at my NVIDIA Control Panel.

Now, I am 100% satisfy with Windows Se7en. Have a try.

Download (mediafire) : http://www.warez-bb.org/viewtopic.php?t=3259605&highlight=
Activation (megaupload) : http://www.warez-bb.org/viewtopic.php?t=3218644&start=0