Windows 7 Tutorials For New Beginners And Experienced Users.
Windows 7 is one of the best operating systems used on many computing platforms released by Microsoft Corporation on 22 july 2009. Microsoft has since ended support for Windows 7 on the 14th of January 2020 however tutorials available here will help you to work your way from new beginner level to an advanced user as well as provide troubleshooting guides on the most common problems that you may face on Windows 7. Tutorials available HERE range from how to navigate the Windows 7 operating system, how to install and configure various Windows features and addons such as Enabling remote desktop, installing and configuring IIS, DNS, DHCP, File & Print services and so much more. Browse the tutorials below or use the search bar to find a specific topic.
Install Windows 7 On VMware Workstation 15.5 Pro / Player.
Read through this tutorial to learn how to install Window 7 Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate on a VMware Workstation 15.5 Pro / Player virtual machine. You will also learn how to install VMware Tools.
Run Windows 7 On VMware ESXi 6.0 And Setup Internet Information Services(IIS).
Windows 7 is one of the most widely adopted desktop operating system. Learn how to install it on VMware ESXi 6.0 including VMware tools for Windows 7 and also setup IIS.
Learn How To Install Docker Desktop On Windows 7 In Less Than 10 Minutes.
Read this tutorial to learn how to install docker desktop on Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate. You will also learn how to create and manage docker containers.
Learn How To Deploy Windows 7 On Oracle VM VirtualBox 6.1
If you need to run the Windows operating system on a Mac or Linux computer but do not have the budget to purchase an OS virtualization software, Read this tutorial to learn how to install Windows 7 on Oracle VM VirtualBox 6.1
Windows 7 IP Address, Subnet Mask & Default Gateway Check
Read this 5 minute tutorial to learn how to check the IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask and default gateway on a Windows 7 physical or virtual computer. The process is similar on newer versions of Windows such as Windows 8 and Windows 10.