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See Who’s Connected to Your Windows Computer

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

To see other computer who is connected to your computer through TCP/IP services such as FTP, POP3/SMTP just use the Netstat command from the command prompt. Click on Start -> Run, and then type “cmd” (without quotes) to access the MS-DOS. On the MS-DOS screen type: (seconds) represent how long will netstat update the TCP/IP connections.

How to Enable or Disable System Restore on Windows XP

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Don’t know what System Restore really is? System Restore is a component of Microsoft’s Windows Me, Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems that allows for the rolling back of system files, registry keys, installed programs, etc., to a previous state in the event of a failure. System Restore is a specific and systemic implementation of personal computer backup. From Wikipedia Here’s how to enable…

Windows indexing service is very useful to help you search files more quickly, but when this service is activated, it will use a lot of your CPU and RAM. You don’t search file in Windows XP all the time, right? So, we disable this service all you need to do are: Open your My Computer, navigate to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services. Find “Indexing…

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…

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…

How To Change Windows Recycle Bin Name

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Have you tried renaming Recycle Bin’s name in your Windows desktop? Well,  eventually you’ll always failed because Windows didn’t provide a facility to rename it from your desktop. But you still could rename Recycle Bin using Windows Registry Editor also known as regedit. Remember i’m not respossible if anything goes wrong with your computer. Backup your Windows registry before you try to do this trick. Ok,…

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