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Configuring Mobile Computers : Power Management
One of the goals of mobile computers is to run off the battery for as long as possible. Therefore, the mobile computers use components that typically use less power than components that you would find in a desktop computer.
Configuring Mobile Computers : Control Panel and Windows Mobility Center
To make finding these settings quick and easy, Windows Vista includes the Windows Mobility Center, which provides a single location that enables you to quickly adjust mobile PC settings
Programming the WshShell Object : Working with Environment Variables
Windows Vista keeps track of a number of environment variables that hold data such as the location of the Windows folder, the location of the temporary files folder, the command path, the primary drive, and much more.
Programming the WshShell Object : Working with Registry Entries
Interestingly, your scripts can get in on the act as well. Not only can your scripts read the current value of any Registry setting, but they can also use the Registry as a storage area.
Programming the WshShell Object : Working with Shortcuts
The Windows Script Host enables your scripts to create and modify shortcut files. When writing scripts for other users, you might want to take advantage of this capability to display shortcuts for new network shares, Internet sites, instruction files, and so on.
Programming the WshShell Object : Running Applications
A logical value that determines whether the application runs asynchronously. If this value is True, the script halts execution until the user exits the launched application; if this value is False, the script continues running after it has launched the application.
Programming the WshShell Object : Displaying Information to the User
This method is similar to the MsgBox function used in Visual Basic and VBA in that it enables you to control both the dialog box title and the buttons displayed, as well as to determine which of those buttons the user pressed
Programming the Windows Script Host : Programming the WScript Object
By using the properties and methods that come with these objects, it’s possible to programmatically query and manipulate the applications
Programming the Windows Script Host : Programming Objects
Every programmable object has a defining set of characteristics. These characteristics are the object’s properties, and they control the appearance and position of the object.
Programming the Windows Script Host : Scripts and Script Execution
For VBScript, a good alternative to Notepad is the editor that comes with either Visual Basic or any program that supports VBA . Just remember that VBScript is a subset of VBA (which is, in turn, a subset of Visual Basic), so it does not support all objects and features.
Getting to Know the Windows Vista Registry - Finding Registry Entries
The Registry contains only five root keys, but they contain hundreds of subkeys. The fact that some root keys are aliases for subkeys in a different branch only adds to the confusion
Getting to Know the Windows Vista Registry - Working with Registry Entries
Changing the value of a Registry entry is a matter of finding the appropriate key, displaying the setting you want to change, and editing the setting’s value
Getting to Know the Windows Vista Registry - Keeping the Registry Safe
Windows Vista maintains what is known as the system state: the crucial system files that Windows Vista requires to operate properly.
Getting to Know the Windows Vista Registry - Understanding the Registry Files
The Registry database actually consists of a number of files that contain a subset of the Registry called a hive. A hive consists of one or more Registry keys, subkeys, and settings.
Getting to Know the Windows Vista Registry - A Synopsis of the Registry
The secret to Windows Vista’s prodigious memory is the Registry. The Registry is a central repository Windows Vista uses to store anything and everything that applies to the configuration of your system
 
 
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