Title Rating Viewed
Disabling Hot Keys
204
Controlling The Action Of Your Computer When You Close The Lid Of Your Laptop
147
Changing The Icons
248
Finding The Copy Of Your Windows
217
Transfering Files From One Network To Another
197
Arranging Icons On Your Desktop
136
Sharing Folders On Network
128
Places To Look For Icons
82
Creating Shortcut Of Your Choice
142
Starting An Application When You Start Windows
119
Setting All The Windows To The Same View
120
Activating A Screensaver At Will
236
Scheduling A Weekly Defragment
175
To See The Recent Items You Have Cut or Copied
232
Organizing Notification Area
59
Changing The Vertical Spacing Between Desktop Icons
2656
Map Drive
150
Disabling Messenger
164
Turn Off System Restore Point
146
Deleting files when the Recycle Bin is Hidden
91
Message Text for Users Attempting to Logon
147
Hide Drive(s) in My Computer
234
Speed Up your Opera !!
230
Increase Hard Disk speed in Windows
130
Remove Programs from the Add or Remove Programs
188
Display the Shutdown Menu When The Power Button Is Pressed
250
To increase performance clean the Prefetch directory:
151
Increasing System Performance
153
Taking Programs With USB Thumb Drive
214
Decreasing Boot Time
237
Increasing The Speed Of Computer By Defragmenting
209
Add "Copy to Folder" and "Move to Folder" to Explorer Context Menu
135
Creating a Password Recovery Disk
231
Adding/Removing Additional Programs
149
Adjust Size Of Thumbnails
122
Automatically Ending Non-Responsive Tasks
97
Cookies
157
Switching Num Lock On
182
Additional Utilities
149
Setting the Recylce Bin to Always Delete
55
Closing Multiple Taskbar Items
51
Increasing File System Caching
89
Allowing Network Access with Blank Passwords
63
ReInstalling WindowsXP
74
No To All Option when overwriting files
63
WindowsXP Command Line Utilities
66
Services that can be disabled to boost performance
113
Add an item to the Send To menu
48
Change the text in Internet Explorers title bar to anything you want
49
View previously open Folders after Shutdown or Logoff
70
 
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