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windows-helpMicrosoft Windows, the nations favorite operating system for over 20 years is one of the most advanced and easy to use operating systems in the world. The issue is not with the quality of the operating system we have all come to love, the issue is with the Windows Help files that have been installed with Microsoft Windows Vista. The Vista help files leads to numerous vista problems, causing a lot of issues to come up when people try to get every day tasks taken care of. Omni Tech Support offers training, repair solutions and an overall great alternative to Windows Help.

Windows Vista Help

windows-vista-helpYou think Windows Help in general is bad? Just wait until you try to use Windows Vista and come across tons of Vista problems due to the lack of help or lack of Windows Vista Help, more specifically, or support. We are here to help you with the issues that the build in Windows Vista help could not help you with, creating a great place to get tech support, training or any of your computer related issues taken care of.

Vista Problems

vista-problemsMicrosoft Windows Vista is known as one of the worst releases of Windows since some of the early 1999 releases such as windows 2000, which was only popular for servers; most consumers ignored the OS entirely. Windows Vista is notorious for rediculous Vista problems and issues that seemingly have no purpose of being there in the first place, there is no feature trade off that could have causef the numerous Vista problems that lead to all of the bugs. People were very happy to move to Windows 7, and Windows Vista remains as one of the worst selling operating systems to date.

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Windows Help for your Hardware

Is your wireless keyboard or your wireless mouse creating trouble for you? And are you confused about your webcam working or not? Well, before you run off to buy a replacement, get help from Windows Help, because your problem can be resolved with a simple few steps.

 

Windows Help helps your keyboard
Bought a keyboard that’s got in built USB ports but you can’t seem to get them working? Well, Windows Help has got a few steps you can try:

  1. Try unplugging and plugging the keyboard back.
  2. Unplug any other USB devices which you’re not using.
  3. To see if the keyboard’s working properly, try it on another computer.
  4. There are devices which require a proper USB powered port to work, so check your devices you connect to your keyboard.
  5. Try connecting the device to another keyboard port.
  6. Those fancy keyboard buttons not working? Then you have to install “IntelliType Pro” software. Some keys require this software to work properly
  7. .

Mouse troubles? Windows Help will drive them away
Here are a few tips from Windows Help for your mouse.

  1. If you’re pointer’s not moving smoothly, then clean your mouse. Dirt, especially in the bottom side of your mouse, can impair its performance.
  2. If you’re using an optical sensor, then make sure you use it on a mouse pad or a clean, even surface. Avoid using your mouse on glass surfaces, magazines, books and newspapers.
  3. If you’re using a rechargeable mouse and its getting hot while charging, then you’ll need to contact your device manufacturer instead of Windows Help and get it checked out.
  4. If you want to change the functions of each button of your mouse, then go IntelliPoint and change your settings there. If you’re not using an IntelliPoint mouse, then you can change your settings by going to ‘Control Panel’ and selecting ‘Mouse’. For more, get online help from Windows Help.

Here’s a few Windows Help tips for your LifeCam
Check out these guidelines by Windows Help to get your LifeCam working properly:

  1. Check if you’re LifeCam is plugged in properly.
  2. Make sure you and your contact are using the same program to make the video call and that both of you are connected to the internet. Also, verify that your contact has accepted the invitation.
  3. If you can’t see the Dashboard icon of your Windows Live Messenger, then run the ‘Audio/Video’ settings of your program and start your video call again.
  4. If you get an error message from Windows asking you to lower your video resolution, then click on the ‘Settings’ tab of your LifeCam software  and select a lower resolution. Also, refer Windows Help and the documentation of your video calling program to see whether you can reset the resolution.

Trouble with your Bluetooth devices? Windows Help is there for that too.
Windows Help has extensive literature on various issues with Bluetooth devices. Here area few guidelines fromWindows Help:

  1. If you’re experiencing delay in your Bluetooth mouse after a period ofinactivity, then don’t worry because it’s normal. The reason is Bluetooth devices go into hibernation after 8-10 minutes of inactivity is to save battery life.
  2. Make sure that your Bluetooth device connects through Microsoft Wireless Transceiver. Other Bluetooth devices can connect too; Windows Help does not support these kinds of connections.

Always read the literature of Windows Help for your Microsoft devices. It helps a lot
Make sure you download the latest driver updates provided by Windows Help and other third party manufacturers. Updating lets Windows Help resolve a lot of issues automatically. Also, Microsoft also provides your hardware’s software, so download and install them for better performance.

 


Troubleshooting speedy Vista Problems


The world’s fastest Buggati Veyron can achieve a top speed of about 250 miles per hour. This speed is unimaginable for most. But today’s technicians, designers and manufacturers are after developing an even faster car. In the same way, today’s technicians, designers and manufacturers are trying to develop a faster Windows OS. But for now, we are left with the Buggati Veyron of our times, the Windows Vista. Like all great cars, this OS has a lot of problems, Vista Problems. Vista Problems can be sorted out easily. One of the Vista Problems with this OS is that the PC will gradually slow down and eventually “freeze”. These Vista Problems can be easily sorted out and optimized. Then you’ll be rid of your Vista Problems and your computer will be fast again.

 

Vista Problems
Vista problems solution providers would guide one through the procedure of optimizing one’s PC. The solutions for such Vista problems are:-

  1. Eliminate unwanted programs installed by the computer manufacturer. Click "Start," then "Control Panel," then "Programs," then "Programs And Features." This step from Windows Vista Help solution providers will open a list of the programs installed on your computer. Look for unused programs that came installed with your computer.
  2. Select the program you want to remove, and then click "Uninstall." Select "Uninstall" again if a box appears offering you multiple options. Enter the administrator password for the computer if Vista asks for it. Repeat this process for any unwanted programs you find.
  3. Adjust Vista's visual effects for best performance by clicking "Start," then "Control Panel," then "System and Maintenance," then "Performance Information and Tools." Select the "Adjust Visual Effects" option, and enter the administrator password if Vista requests it. This opens the "Performance Options" dialog box. Click the "Visual Effects" tab, and then select the "Adjust for Best Performance" option and click "Ok."
  4. Disable the Sidebar. The Sidebar displays your choice of widgets, all of which use up system resources that could be going to the application you are actively working with. To disable the Sidebar, right-click it, then click "Properties" in the menu that appears. Clear the "Start Sidebar When Windows Starts" checkbox, and then click "Ok."
  5. Restart Windows Vista to see the effect of all the improvements, thanks to Vista Problems solution providers

Most Windows Vista help solution providers are excellent at their jobs and effectively very fast as well.

 



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