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Learn Windows 7 - Change Your Computer Name

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Mahalo's Windows expert Sean Hewitt shows you how to change the name of your computer in Windows 7. Changing Your Computer Name --------------------------------------------------------------------- In Windows, your computer name indicates the name that is displayed on the network for your computer. Any other computer sharing a network with you will see your computer by this name.?If at any point you need to change your computer name, open the? Start Menu.?In the Search field, type in "rename" and press?Enter.?The closest results will show at the top of the Start Menu. The search function?i n Windows 7 is particularly useful. Typing in a task like "rename" is now readable to your computer as the task of renaming whereas in prior versions of Windows, the Search Function would only find instances of text within files. This readability can reduce the amount of steps it takes to do a task like changing your computer name.Select the?Change?button and type in a new name without using any special characters such as the comma or parenthesis. Once you've typed a name, hit?OK.?In order for your changes to take effect, you will have to restart your computer. You can click?Restart Now?unless you have something you need to save, in which case you would click?Restart Later. Keyboard Shortcut --------------------------------------------------------------------- After you've restarted your computer, if you'd like to confirm that your changes have been saved, press the keyboard shortcut Windows+Break. This action will open your System Properties?where your computer name will be displayed.? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-windows-7-change-your-computer-name/
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