Category Archives: Windows
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com shows you how to setup a USB flash drive for installing Windows 7. Installing from a USB flash drive will yield greater speeds so the install finishes faster.
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com shows you how to block advertisements on the internet, speed up web browsing, and block spyware with a modified Hosts file! The best part is that the Hosts file will block ads in not just your internet browser, but on any program that uses the internet!
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com shows you how to install a custom, third-party Windows 7 visual style/theme by using a program called UX Style Core. Enjoy!
Thank you to “MrQarsim” for the video request – it is much appreciated!
Links mentioned in this video:
uxstyle.com – Download UX Style Core there.
deviantart.com – Download Windows 7 Visual Styles there.
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com will show you how to recover files that you may have accidentally deleted.
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com shows you how to hide a file inside of another file. This can be useful if you want to transfer a secret message without anyone knowing! The practice of this is also referred to as “Steganography”.
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com will show you how to use some basic commands in the Windows Command Line.
Commands demonstrated will be:
“dir” – Displays the contents of a directory.
“cd” – Changes directory.
“echo” – Prints text to the command line.
In this video, Mike from Techneektv.com gives you the scoop on the newest update for Windows 7, Service Pack 1.
Since I am getting so many questions on how I got my Windows GUI to look the way it is, I am using a patched UXTheme.dll file as well as the Visual Style “Placebo”.
In this video tutorial, Mike from Techneektv.com will show you how to backup a DVD to your computer.
Programs used in this tutorial:
DVD Decrypter – dvddecrypter.org.uk
Handbrake – handbrake.fr
Backing up a DVD you do not own is piracy. Use common sense, support the movie industry, and backup only DVDs that you own.
In this video tutorial, Mike from TechneekTV.com will show you how to use the popular Peer-to-Peer filesharing protocol, BitTorrent.
Note: BitTorrent itself is completely legal. It is the files that you have the capability of downloading that determines the legality of using BitTorrent. Use common sense to determine what you should and should not download. Techneek TV and its members will not be held liable for any actions you may take using the instructions from this video.