Opera 10.5 Beta is out and it’s very impressive, and looks pretty stunning due to its Windows 7 integration.
One thing I don’t really like is how it shows all the tabs using Aero Peek when you click it in the Task Bar.
You can turn this off:
Type “opera:config” in the address bar and hit Enter
Scroll down to . . . → Read More: Opera 10.5 Beta and Windows 7 Integration
On Windows Vista 64 and Windows 7 64, there is a 32 bit version of Remote Desktop Connection (Microsoft Terminal Services Client, mstsc.exe) in %SystemRoot%\SysWOW64.
Running this mstsc.exe will launch the 32 bit process but it will instantly launch the 64-bit mstsc.exe from System32 and shut itself down. This makes it impossible to run Remote Desktop Connection . . . → Read More: Running 32-bit Remote Desktop Connection on Windows 64 bit
I had a bit of trouble getting WC3Banlist (mainly due to its dependency on WinPcap) on Windows 7
This is working on Windows 7 RC1, with User Acount Control (UAC) on (set to Default)
I did quite a few things when troubleshooting so it’s hard to replicate the exact steps, but here’s some instructions on how I have . . . → Read More: Installing WinPcap & WC3Banlist on Windows 7
Here’s the article I followed to create my bootable USB flash drive when installing Windows 7 – something that’s essential when you don’t have a floppy drive or an optical drive in your machine.
To make the process even simpler, you can use WinRAR or an ISO-mounting or reading application to get the installation files and boot . . . → Read More: Making a bootable USB drive for installing Windows 7 RC1