Updated November 7, 2014 9:30 pm - I’ve said before how it’s great to get to work with enthusiastic people who know tons about Windows. Recently I heard about one of those people sharing some great tips with everyone else in a really clever way. Michel Martin has created a video series of Windows 7 tips and tricks he calls “One minute a day”. He’s been publishing five videos a week and not surprisingly they are each about one minute long.
His tips run from the very basic, to things only a real geek could appreciate. After all, who among us wouldn’t appreciate a desktop shortcut to hibernate our system? While not every one of these tips is brand new I find I’m more likely to discover new ones and give them a try in this format as sometimes all I’ve got is about a minute.
Michel has helpfully posted the steps for each of these tips in the ‘How To’ section of the Windows Experts Community wiki.
If you or someone you know is doing something unique to spread the word on tweaking or personalizing Windows get in touch with me here or drop me a note in the Windows Experts Community and let me know about it.