WIndows-Cleanup

With the help of these three free Windows applications you can not only free up disk space by cleaning up junk, but also boost your system’s performance.

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Virtual Drives in My Computer

Virtual Drives created using Subst in Windows cannot be renamed and throw an error. Learn how to rename virtual drives in Windows.

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Most of you may know that you can create zip files in Windows without any special applications. Did you know you can hide other files safely inside a zip file?

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Sometimes a new application opens up files when you don’t want it to. What can you do to change that? You can re-assign the file type to another application, or you can restore the default file type.

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XP-Antispy is a freeware application which allows you to secure some of XP’s security holes and keep XP from reporting to Microsoft when it doesn’t need to. Who knows what it’s reporting about you?

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Yes, the little dog (XP Search Assistant) is a spy, but you can terminate this spy with a registry hack or a PowerToy from Microsoft. No animals were harmed in the making of this article.

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Windows 32-bit and 64-bit FAQ tries to answer several common questions which can clear your doubts about it. It covers several questions related to Windows 7.

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Services-Editor

ServicesEditor is a robust online service which is excellent for tweaking as well as restoring the original configuration of Windows services.

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When you are working with files and folders in Windows 7 or Windows Vista, one of the most useful features that you can enable is “Use check boxes to select items”. Here is a short tutorial explaing how to enable this feature in Windows Explorer’s folder options.

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You want to turn off a feature that Microsoft believes will keep you safer? Are you simply aggravated by constant pop-ups? I feel that there is no need for the new UAC in Vista and Win7. I’ll explain why and I’ll also tell you how to easily disable UAC in Windows 7.

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While using Windows 7, you may want to add a new user account or delete one. You can do this easily by following the tutorial I’ve written here.

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How To Delete System Restore Points In Windows XP And Vista

Whenever you install a program, a system restore point is automatically created which indirectly eats up a lot of disk space. Today I will show you how to delete system restore points and increase your disk space.

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Pin Folders to Windows Explorer

If you are using Windows 7, you are probably aware of new features like Aero Shake and Aero Peek. However, Windows 7 is also packed with lots of neat stuff which aren’t immediately apparent. Today we will share three simple yet effective tips which will help you use Windows 7 even more efficiently.

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If you are a webmaster or post files to FTP servers often, you may enjoy being able to right click on files in Windows and quickly send them to your FTP sites. This article explains how you can do this without installing any new software.

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Windows will let you change the icons associated with file extensions or file types, but it’s not always easy. Here’s a tutorial demonstrating a small free stand-alone program that makes this change seem very simple.

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