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Restore Turn Off Computer Option in Windows Start Menu

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

If you can’t find where the hell is Turn Off Computer option in Windows XP Start Menu, this may be caused by group policy restriction in Windows Registry. To restore it bak to normal, following insctruction (for stand alone system). Click Start -> Run, then type “regedit” (witout quotes) in the dialog box. This will open the Registry Editor (Regedit). Go toHKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Windows…

Improve Vista Performance When Using Aero

Posted by Last Updated on January 21, 2019

Your computer running to slow when you used Aero in Windows Vista? Maybe your video adapter is too old to be used with Windows Vista. If you can’t afford to buy a new video adapter, why not try these tips to speed up your Windows Vista. Disable Transparency Click on your Vista desktop and then select “Personalize” Select “Windows Color and Appearance and then uncheck…

Restore Windows XP ZIP File Opener

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

By default, Windows XP can open .ZIP file type without using any other 3rd party software. But sometimes, if we uninstall a 3rd party file compression software doesn’t restore Windows XP feature to open .ZIP file type. To restore this feature again, just type this command from the Start -> Run menu.REGSVR32 ZIPFLDR.DLL Or, you also try this command:cmd /c assoc .zip=CompressedFolder

Remove OEM Link or Logo From Windows Start Menu

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

When you bought Windows XP OEM, they add their logo and icon in the Windows Start Menu and that link menu cannot be removed. To delete the OEM link or logo: Right click on the Windows Start Menu and click on “Properties”. Choose the Start Menu tab, click the “Customize” button then click on the “Advanced” tab. From the Start Menu item list, uncheck the…

Show Super Hidden Files in Windows Vista

Posted by Last Updated on January 21, 2019

Some important files for Windows Vista are hidden by default. This is to prevent those file from being touched or accidentally deleted, these files are super hidden files. But if you curious enough to see all the super hidden files, here are some tips on how to make the super hidden files visible. Note: Before you do this, please make sure that you know what you’re…

Windows Vista Keyboard Shortcuts Keys

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

In case your forgot or even didn’t know anything about keyboard shortcuts keys in Windows Vista, here are some of keyboard shortcuts in Windows Vista you probably want to know to speed-up your work. Alt+F4 – Close the active window Alt+Tab – Switch to previous active window Alt+Esc – Cycle through all It will open windows Win+Tab – Flip 3D Ctrl+Win+Tab – It will open Persistent Flip 3D Win+1 – It…

Moving Joomla Site From One Server To Another

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

These are a few steps you need to do and prepare if you plan to move your Joomla site from one server to another. These tips also helpful if you plan to move your Joomla site from your localhost to a live site. First thing you need to do is relax and stay calm, hmm maybe you’ll a cup of coffee too. Ok, off we…

Hiding Windows Desktop Icons

Posted by Last Updated on January 21, 2019

If you feel that all the icons in your Windows desktop is so annoying, why don’t you just hide them? Thats right, you can hide them so you won’t be annoyed by those messy icons in your Windows desktop. How can i do that?, you asked. Well, ok..ok i’ll explain it to you. Right click in any empty area in your desktop. Choose “Arrange Icons”…

Viewing Windows XP Sytem Information in DOS Prompt

Posted by Last Updated on January 21, 2019

Usually, to view Windows XP System Information we just go to Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Information. But what if for some reason you cannot access your Windows XP and you can only access the DOS prompt? There are another way to view your Windows XP system information using the DOS prompt mode. Just click Start -> Run and then type “systeminfo” (without…

Faster Shutdown Process

Posted by Last Updated on January 21, 2019

Waiting Windows XP to shutdown sometimes can make us boring because Windows sometimes takes a very long time just to shutdown the system. Even when you used a high-spec PC, the shutdown process still takes a lot of time. Well, there’s a tips to make your Windows XP system shutdown a lot faster than ever. First, open the registry editor using Start | Run, then…

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