Command to Remove Microsoft Windows Product Key

When you install Microsoft Windows, you have to enter a product key in order to activate it. The product key is a series of letters or numbers and is provided with your computer or the Windows software. There are applications that will delete the Windows key, but you can do so by entering a simple DOS command.
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Snipping Tool – New feature from Windows 7

I’m sure that at some point, the majority of people have wanted to, or been asked to, take a screenshot of a window, application, desktop, or error message. Windows 7 introduces the Snipping Tool – a handy application which can easily capture all of these requirements, and save the capture to file or the clipboard.

Even that image was captured using the Snipping Tool! This tool is easily available from the Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Snipping Tool. You can also simply type ‘snip’ into the new Windows 7 Start Menu > Search Box and the Snipping Tool will be the first result in the list. Last but not least you can simply press Windows+S to get the Snipping Tool – and that comes most handy.
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Rotate Screen in Windows 7

The standard orientation of our computer screens is generally horizontal (also known as landscape) but monitors placed in portrait mode (where height becomes greater than the width) can be pretty useful for performing tasks that require lot of scrolling (like reading lengthy web pages).

Windows 7 includes a new option under Display Settings that can help you flip the screen from portrait to landscape mode (and vice-versa) without requiring additional software.

This may come very handy if you are using a dual monitor setup with Windows 7 where you want one screen in the default horizontal mode and other one in vertical mode for reading content.
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Looking for Microsoft Products? Go to Microsoft Marketplace

As Microsoft prepare to release their Windows Mobile 6.5 OS update, they are also putting the final touches on the Windows Marketplace App store which should release at the same time as the 6.5 update.

As reported from Intomobile, Microsoft hope that their Marketplace will be a direct competitor to Apple’s App store. We reckon it will be sometime before Microsoft manage to achieve the same levels of success as Apple.
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