While looking into some minor issues with some third party applications on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit I needed to verify that Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 was installed. I initially looked in the Programs list but I did not find it there so I thought that it might not be installed. I went ahead and downloaded the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 installation file and proceeded to install. The error below popped up and explained the proper location to verify the .NET Framework was installed.
I am using Outlook 2007 on my new laptop that is running Windows 7 Ultimate. When I first received the laptop I decided to disable Windows Instant Search because in the past it has always slowed my computers down so much it wasn’t worth having it enabled. I was messing around with the Outlook 2007 settings and noticed that Indexing and Search was not available to configure because it was greyed out. Needless to say I wanted to give Windows Instant Search a shot so I could have these features available in Outlook 2007. Below is how I enabled Windows Instant Search and verified Outlook 2007 indexed various folders and messages on Microsoft Windows 7.
Stardock provides some very nice customization programs to modify and tweak your Windows look and feel. If you purchase anything that requires installing the Impulse engine, you might run into the following error:
The error IMPD01-300 comes up during the installation saying it can’t connect for updates. In order to work around this error you need to download the full installer and use that to install the application.
You can get the full installer here.
Its really easy to make applications run when Windows Vista starts up. J 1. Open All Programs: Click Start > All Programs 2. Open Startup: Right Click Startup, Click Explore 3. Find Program: Click Start, Locate the Program To Run 4. Drag Program: Highlight the App you Want to Run, Drag it into the Startup…