Registry

I rarely shutdown or restart PC unless its really necessary. I have web apps, web browser tabs and software opened most of the time on PC. Restarting PC and then re-opening all those apps seem to be a drag to me. I am sure many Windows users also experience the same. Windows downloads updates from web automatically and then restarts in order to install those updates. That is good and all but for those who use PC excessively, its irritating because they usually keep web browsers tabs and software opened and if Windows restarts, unsaved data can be lost or even you save data, you have to re-open all the web browser tabs and software that you were working with earlier. The solution is to disable that automatic restart function in order to install Windows updates. Windows asks to save your data and close apps before it restarts and you can even chose to stop it from restarting for few more hours, but still PC gets restarted in few cases somehow. Here is how you can disable restarting PC in the process of Windows updates availability.

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If you bought HTC 7 Mozart smart phone, took few photos and videos using it, connected the phone to PC, and nothing happened, then this guide will help you. You were hoping to see message “turn on USB” on mobile, so that you might be able to transfer photos and videos you just took, into PC. Reconnecting phone to PC again and again did not help. However, a window might appear on PC to install Zune, so you might have installed the Zune that also did not give any clue about how to transfer photos from phone to PC or PC to phone. Zune, however, will offer syncing photos and videos to somewhere. Anyways if you want to transfer the photos and videos from HTC 7 Mozart to PC, just like you use USB, then read on. Here is a tweak that will enable USB capability for HTC 7 Mozart, but it needs PC Windows registry editing. Its for advanced users, so don’t use it, if you are not comfortable with the Windows registry editing. Tweak your Windows registry so that your computer recognizes the HTC 7 Mozart as a removable USB drive. After tweaking, you’ll have access to the Music, Pictures and Videos folders in HTC 7 Mozart.

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x setup pro 1 Full All in One X Setup Pro   GiveAway with License Key

X-Setup Pro is all in one professional system tuning and tweaking utility. X-Setup Pro is the ultimate in system configuration or tweaking. It covers all types of registry tweaking options and has many useful registry tweaking features. X-Setup Pro is not yet another Windows Hacker; it is the ultimate tool for black belt system tuning and tweaking.

From simple boot options up to server settings and hardware settings, internet settings or Office options, X-Setup Pro allows you to change nearly 1800 settings with simple button click. This makes X-Setup Pro the most complete hacker/tweaking utility. Its all in one Windows Hacking Utility.

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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.

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You can increase PC performance by forcing Windows to Unload DLLs from Memory. Windows Explorer caches DLLs (Dynamic-Link Libraries) in memory for a period of time after the application using them has been closed. This can be an inefficient use of memory on low memory systems, and may cause problems or delays for programmers developing with Windows DLL files. Using following method you can force Windows to unload DLLs from memory to free some more system resources.

Open your registry and find the key

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer]

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by on December 17th, 2009

not responding solution - kill hanged programs

If you use windows then surely you encounter ‘Not Responding’ problem often. Many programs go not responding due to a number of known and unknown reasons. Well you see a significant amount of time after which windows recovers from Not Responding problem and comes back to its senses. Whether some program or software hangs and windows browser freezes for a while. Normally that software is sent a command to kill itself. Surely every windows user hate when something goes not responding and wants to kill that app of waiting time which hangs. Here is the solution to that problem. Use this trick which is a windows registry hack and you will see ‘Not Responding’ never again.

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regalyzer-main-1

RegAlyzer is a tool to browse and change the registry in a safe and better way. It was created because of a few features missed in the regedit tool, from support for exotic value types over background and regular expression search to better bookmarks, displaying .reg files in the accustomed style and a history view.

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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.

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