The Windows Registry is a hierarchical database stores configuration settings and options That 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 provides a means to access Also counters for profiling system performance.


How can we make Folder View to the default settings in Windows 7

Sometimes resetting Folder View can be only beneficial for users of Windows, especially for those who have been coming with their new changes and now welcomes some errors due to corrupted settings. Customizing Folder View in Windows 7 can be reset completely by using registry: Open the Registry Editor (type regedit in [...]


How to add Defragment the right-click menu in Windows 7

The performance of a computer depends in large part by the state of "health" of the hard-drive installed on it. Vain processor is installed in the last guy and nothing extra GB of RAM (on 32-bit versions however will not be used except within 3GB), if the state HDD is very bad computer will have a 'pre' [...]

Backup System Registry (Windows Registry) in Windows 7

Registry of Windows, Windows Registry is the heart of the system. They are basically database which stores all configuration and settings of the operating system and programs installed on the system. In our tutorials we used often Windows registry to change certain system functions and default options of [...]

How to disable Control Panel in Windows 7

People who share your computer with family or friends probably want to take some measures so that they can not modify the operating system settings. If you are in this situation, one of the recommended precautions that you must take is to disable Control [...]

Attention! A new vulnerability discovered in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (Help and Support Center Flaw)

Recently discovered a new-old vulnerability that threatens Windows XP and Windows Server users 2003: through it, anyone can run the remote commands or applications on those systems. Recently discovered vulnerability is tied to Help and Support Center in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, exactly the way they are processed [...]

How to change the location where you install the Default Windows

In any Windows, the default location where the application is installed the system partition (if you have Windows installed on C:, there is installed and applications, if installed on D: for example, all applications in D: will be installed) . What may eventually lead, if you use applications that intensively use [...]

How can you create a user / account hidden in Windows Vista

If you use a shared computer (at school, at the library, at work) or have access to your computer and other people (friends, family) are definitely upset (most likely) the lack of privacy. One of the solutions is to use a different user to log in (you can block access of other users to [...]

Add Control Panel, Registry Editor, Add / Remove Programs, Device Manager and other Windows services menu My Computer

If used to "tickle" the system for various reasons or specific purposes (and here I mean the tweaks, hacks, and other experiments for optimization, design and / or security) then surely you are familiar with the Control Panel, Registry Editor , Services, Device Manager, Task Manager, Add / Remove Programs or MSConfig. Since most of these applications to access system [...]

Windows Type: Change the Registered User and Organization Name with registry

When you install a Windows OS on a system, amongst other things we are asked and the introduction of information about the identity of the person and / or organization that owns the license to the OS: Registered User and Organization Name. This information will then be visible in System Properties or Windows Version, and also will be used when [...]

How can we re Folder Options and / or Registry Editor in XP

One of the problems facing XP users relatively often (or only some XP users, special cases ...: P) is unable to access Registry Editor and / or Folder Options. Most often the cause is either restricting them by an administrator (or other user), the result of infection with a virus or system [...]

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