It is necessary to wash and clean system registry and TEMP files for Windows periodically to retain maximum performance. Prefetch is a very useful technique in Windows. After using Windows after some time, the prefetch folder can get full of rarely used or obsolete links and data which will slow down your computer noticeably. Here is how you can increase your system performance by cleaning prefetch folder.
We can use software to have trial version of any software without expiration as I have posted earlier but there is a way you can do it yourself as well. Using this technique you will be able to use trial version of any software as long as you want. Sometimes you are not sure whether you are ready to buy software or not when you have used it and its trial period has been over. You want to try it more but that software won’t get reinstalled at PC and says that the trial period is over, please purchase software. Here is a trick that will enable you to install that software again at your PC and you can use that trial software again. Use this trick and you can use a trial version of any software forever.
This is a problem where you can not right click at in Windows, at desktop or in Windows explorer. If you are having trouble with the context menu (right click menu) or right clicking on the desktop does not do anything then most probably you have your group policy is set to not displaying the context menu (right click menu) in the windows explorer. You can modify and set it in two ways. One using the group policy editor and the other using the registry editor. Here is how it is.
The Windows Registry is a configuration database that stores settings and options on Microsoft Windows operating systems. It contains settings for low-level operating system components as well as the applications running on the platform: the kernel, device drivers, services, SAM, user interface and third party applications all make use of the Registry. The registry also provides a means to access counters for profiling system performance. The registry contains two basic elements: keys and values. Registry Keys are similar to folders – in addition to values, each key can contain subkeys, which may contain further subkeys, and so on. Keys are referenced with a syntax similar to Windows’ path names, using backslashes to indicate levels of hierarchy. Simply put: The Registry contains information that Windows continually references during operation, such as profiles for each user, the applications installed on the computer and the types of documents that each can create, property sheet settings for folders and application icons, what hardware exists on the system, and the ports that are being used. Alright, now it is very important for Windows OS. It is vital to backup registry whenever you think you might gonna change it in some way. I will recommend you to take registry backup at regular periods in case it gets infected and you want to restore healthy copy of registry some time. This article will guide you about how to backup and restore registry in Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
Sometimes when you burn data onto a DVD+R it says:
Warning You are about to burn a multisession DVD disc. Burn multisession anyway? If you click this button, you can add data to this disc. However the second session and above might not be readable on some DVD-ROM devices or DVD players…
Burn multisession anyway
Some users get confused with Multisession disc write. many choose Burn Multisession anyways. Wanna know which one should you choice or what is the difference in these anyways? Here is the explanation for these choices.
Have you ever encountered such problem? When you have been taking screenshots, there comes a time when no matter how many times you hit “Print Screen” key, it will not be updated and the same old image remains in the clipboard which will be printed whenever you paste it in wherever you are pasting it. OO!! Did I just confuse you? Alright! In my case I took many screenshots in a row and pasted at Adobe Photoshop canvas in a row and saved these in a row. Then suddenly it ceased to copy more images to clipboard. When I was pasting the image in Photoshop, it was pasting old image. I tried again and again by hitting “Print Screen” but no use. Then it hit me hard invisibly over my head like a lightening and I got it. Here is the solution.
In the post Why Windows Users Hate Windows I told my readers that I had a tough time in downgrading from vista to XP at my laptop. Well this is easy if you configure the right settings in Setup Options of System.
When PC starts press F2 to go into ‘Setup’ Options.
Go to ‘System Configuration’
Select ‘SATA Opreation’ which configures the operating mode of the integrated SATA hard drive controllers.