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How To Install Desktop Gadgets In Windows 10

When Windows Vista was first introduced to the market, the first thing that people noticed was the gadgets. They were very helpful and provided the help that people needed at that time. For Windows 7, this desktop gadget feature was still available and it provided even more opportunities for people to have some third party gadgets that they can install when they go online.

For the next installment of Windows however namely Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, this desktop gadget feature has been discontinued and a lot of people miss it immensely. The main reason why this feature was discontinued is because of the risks that some of the third party gadgets give to the Windows user.

How To Install Desktop Gadgets In Windows 10

If you have a Windows 10 powered computer or laptop, you know that you can rely on your live tiles in order to imitate how the gadgets worked before but it

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Windows Desktop Gadgets – GPU Meter Gadgets

Review
Randy
15-Aug-2013
4:09 pm

Desktop Gadgets
Thank you for the very useful Gadgets!! I am dual booting Win 7 Ultimate x64 and Ubuntu 13.10 64 bit located on a secondary hard drive in a HP Dv7. Would be nice to have your Gadgets on my desktop in Ubuntu.


Review
Gwen
15-Mar-2013
3:36 am

Multi GPU Support
Just a note for those that want to have multi gpu support, I have two GPUs and I run the GPU meter twice. Just make sure that the two instances of it are pointing to two separate cards.
By the way…LOVE the gadget!


Review
Philip Smith
30-Jan-2013
3:01 am

GPU Meter
Works exactly as described on my Windows 7 x64 and Windows 2008 Server R2 x64 machines, when used in conjunction with PCMeter. Here’s a helpful hint. Create a task in Task Scheduler to launch PCMeter anytime a
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How to Display the “My Computer” Icon on the Desktop in Windows 7, 8, or 10

Windows_10

I don’t know about you, but I really preferred having the My Computer icon right on the desktop. Seems like modern versions of windows don’t have it by default anymore. There are two different ways you can add the icon back.

In Windows 10 the My Computer icon is called “This PC” and it’s pretty easy to add back. Keep reading for Windows 7, 8, and Vista instructions below.

Add the My Computer Icon to the Windows 10 Desktop

If you want to add Computer, Recycle Bin, Control Panel, or your User folder icon to the desktop in Windows 10, there’s an extra step you’ll need to know how to do. First, right-click on the desktop and choose Personalize.

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Now select Themes on the left-hand menu, and then once you are there, you can select Desktop icon settings under the “Related Settings” section.

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And now you can click the checkboxes

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7 Ways to Open Computer Management in Windows 10

The article introduces seven methods to open Computer Management on Windows 10 computer for your option.

Video guide on how to open Computer Management in Windows 10:

7 ways to open Computer Management in Windows 10:

Way 1: Open it in the Start Menu.

Click the lower-left Start button to open the menu, type compmgmt.msc in the blank box and tap compmgmt.

Way 2: Turn on Computer Management in the Quick Access Menu.

Right-tap the bottom-left corner, or press Windows+X to open the menu, and then choose Computer Management on it.

Way 3: Open Computer Management by means of This PC.

Tap the File Explorer icon on taskbar, select Desktop, right-click This PC and choose Manage in the context menu.

Way 4: Open it by Run.

Open Run with Windows+R hotkeys, type compmgmt.msc and tap OK.

Way 5: Access Computer Management from the Search bar.

Step 1

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Windows Desktop Gadgets – Network Meter Gadgets Version 9.6

Review
Jared Green
10-Nov-2013
12:05 am

Network Meter
I love this informative gadget that helps me with not only checking on my system but understanding what is going on while I’m creating new programs or just installing new things on my system. I think these set of gadgets are essential for any computer user so you can understand what is going on, whether to wait or click again or just change windows to the one that popped up in the background so you can click “OK”. I am donating for several reasons, but most of all, because this is the kind of program that needs our attention and support.


Review
CdnBookLover
4-Nov-2013
1:12 am

Network Meter 9.6
This gadget is terrific! I’ve been using it since Windows Vista was still new. I especially appreciated the addition of quota data. I’m intrigued by the history graph image above
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How-To Enable Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget

groovyPost. The best RSS feed for computer related tutorials, help, community, and answersAlthough Google Reader is probably one of my favorite RSS (Really Simple Syndication) readers, Windows 7 also has a clean and straightforward RSS Reader/Gadget built-in.  The Windows 7 Feed Reader gadget runs very lightly, and you shouldn’t notice any performance issues, unlike old Windows Vista gadgets.  Although it’s not as robust as Google Reader, it’s good enough for keeping track of just a few feeds real-time which can be handy for news sites or groovyPost!  🙂

the windows 7 feed reader in small mode

IE subscribed Feeds favorites tab

Unlike the gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds.  Instead, feeds are pulled directly from your Internet Explorer Feed Subscriptions.  Make sense?  Let’s take a closer look!

How To Manage and Organize Windows 7 Feed Reader

1. First, let’s bring the gadget to the visible desktop.  To do this Right-Click any open space on the Desktop.  Then Click

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Best Desktop Gadgets For Windows 10/8.1/8/7

If you don’t know What is Desktop Gadgets for windows then Let me tell you that Windows Desktop Gadgets are Widget Engine for Microsoft Gadgets. It was first time introduce in Windows Vista OS. But Microsoft Team has decided to discontinue it after Windows 8 Launch, the reason was Windows 8 Live Tiles can perform the same function which is risk-free compared to Desktop Gadgets for Windows.

Install desktop gadgets in Windows 10

After the launch of Windows 10, most of the Windows 7 & 8 users have upgraded their OS to WIN 10. But if you are missing those windows desktop gadgets like Clipboard Manager, Calculator, MusicRadio, Counters, and Timers then don’t worry you can download Desktop Gadgets on WIN 10 as well by 3rd party installer. Here note that not all the application will work correctly after Windows 10 update. for that, you need to re-install the same

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13 Best Windows 7 Gadgets for System Monitoring

CPU Meter Windows gadget

What We Don’t Like

  • Few features.

  • Basic graphics.

The CPU Meter Windows gadget for Windows 7 displays two dials – one that tracks your system’s CPU usage (the one on the left) and another that tracks physical memory usage, both in percentage format.

If you like to keep track of how much memory and CPU is being used at any given time, give the CPU Meter gadget a try.

This is a pretty basic Windows 7 gadget in that there are no fancy options, but it does what it does well.

DriveInfo Windows gadget

What We Like

  • Provides useful information.

  • Takes up little screen space.

  • Provides shortcuts to drives.

The DriveInfo Windows 7 gadget monitors the free space available on one or more of your PC’s hard drives. It displays the free space in both GB and percentage, and works with local, removable, network, and/or media drives.

If you frequently check the free

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Windows XP Internet Connection Sharing


WinXP LogoInternet
Connection Sharing (ICS) enables a Windows computer to share its
Internet connection with computers on local area networks. It’s
been around since Windows 98 SE, and with the launch of Windows
XP, it’s only gotten better.

Windows XP ICS has some notable advantages over the versions of
ICS in Windows 98 Second Edition and Windows Me:

  • It’s easier
    to set up
    . There’s no software to install, and it doesn’t
    add any network components or protocols.
  • It’s much
    more reliable and much less likely to cause network problems.
  • You can create
    a Network Bridge connecting
    two or more local area networks and share the Internet connection
    with the computers on all of them. This is especially useful if
    your XP computer is connected to both a wired and wireless network.
  • ICS
    client computers can use XP’s
    Internet Gateway
    to monitor and control
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