In Windows XP, 2000, or 2003 you could right click on a cmd prompt, go to properties, and set the buffer to a huge number. This allowed you to scroll up and see all the text output from a large command output. How the heck do you do the same thing in Windows 7? I've tried the old way on two different boxes with no luck (both are 64 bit, not that it should matter).
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On some Windows 7 (SP1) computers, Windows Update becomes super slow even the computer is reasonably fast. There's one solution that seemed to have worked well for me (after trying a few other suggested solutions).
This tutorial will walk an individual through the steps necessary to install and configure the Windows Server Backup Utility.
Directly connect an external storage device such as a USB drive, or CD\DVD burner:
If the device is a USB drive, ensure i…
The Task Scheduler is a powerful tool that is built into Windows. It allows you to schedule tasks (actions) on a recurring basis, such as hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, at log on, at startup, on idle, etc. This video Micro Tutorial is a brief intro…