Tips & Tricks
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.
In the following article we will learn that ‘how to delete computer history’? Whenever we have to type in some command in Windows, we go to Run dialog, type the command and press OK. Windows remembers the command you typed in and it will come up as a suggestion drop down when you type the same or similar command again in run. Sometimes we want to delete certain commands from the Run command history due to various reasons. So here are some of the methods of how we can edit the Run command history:
System Restore is a component of Microsoft’s Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems that allows for the rolling back of system files, registry keys, installed programs, etc., to a previous state in the event of malfunctioning or failure. System Restore takes “snapshots” of critical system files and some program files and registry settings and stores this information as restore points. If your computer is not functioning correctly, you can use these restore points to return Windows to a previous state when your computer was functioning correctly. It can also change scripts, batch files, and other kinds of executable files on your computer. Here is how you can turn off /on system restore.
Have you ever wanted to freak people out with some crazy text? Now you can do exactly that by writing your text upside down with flip text generator!
Windows 7 comes with cool gadgets for your desktop. You can customize desktop gadgets by changing their settings, resizing them, keeping them on top of other windows, moving them anywhere on the desktop, and making other changes.