Mar 312008
 


If you have a PC with reasonable amount of Memoery installed (lets say 512MB or a 1Gb) then this little registry tweak can help extract a little bit of an extra performance.

Windows Kernel loads and runs from the memory and hence allows faster application execution. However, there can be a time when the kernel components can be paged onto the Virtual Memory (Pagefile.sys) on the hard disk. This can directly impact the performace.

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Mar 252008
 


Accessing Safe Mode is a rarity and only when you have problems to troubleshoot. However, accessing safe mode can get a bit tricky wherein you have to wait for the POST to go through and keep hitting F8 to enter the Startup menu and you may still miss the Startup Menu. A simple option would be add an entry for Safe Mode onto the default Boot menu wherein everytime the system restarts, you get an option to start Windows in Normal mode or in Safe Mode. This procedure should work in Windows 2000,Windows Xp and Windows 2003.

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Mar 172008
 
Mar 172008
 


Sometimes when you log into the Windows XP or Windows 2000, you may see the System32 folder opening up at the startup. This could be due to an incomplete or an invalid entry in the Windows Startup registry key. This could be for example a null value (“”) or a string value with only one quotes (“).

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Mar 172008
 


Windows Tool tips are small information boxes that appear when we place the cursor on any icon or shorcuts on the desktop. This can be enabled or disabled from the registry. I consider this is a great simple feature but if you choose to enable or disable then try the following tweak in registry.

Windows ToolTips

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