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Add Open With to all files

Remove Open, Explore & Find from Start Button When you right click on the Start Button, you can select Open, Explore or Find. Open shows your Programs folder. Explore starts the Explorer and allows access to all drives. Find allows you to search and then run programs. In certain situations …

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Determining the Hard Drive Speed in Windows NT 4.0

Determining If Your Hard Disk Is Fast Enough Unlike Windows 95 and Windows 98, Windows NT has a Performance Monitor Counter that can be used to let you know whether or not your hard drive is too slow. To take advantage of this feature of the Performance Monitor: Log on …

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Add Open With to all files

Remove items from the right click of the Start button HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\Directory\Shell or HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell Double Click Shell and delete any of these sub-keys like DOS Here and Find. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\Folder\Shell or HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell Double Click Shell and delete any of these sub-keys like root explore, open, explore, etc..

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Changing the Exchange or Outlook Mailbox Location

Changing the Exchange or Outlook Mailbox Location To change the location of your mailbox for Exchange: 1. Open RegEdit 2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles 3. Go to the profile you want to change 4. Go to the value name that has the file location for your mailbox (*.PST) file …

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Fixing the Windows 95/98 Defrag

Fixing the Windows 95/98 Defragmenter For some unknown reason the Windows Defrag utility refuses to run. Sometimes this is caused by a badly fragmented drive, and sometimes it is caused by too many programs running causing the defragmenter to be interrupted enough that it finally stops. Other times though, the …

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Adding or Removing Sound Events from Control Panel

Adding or Removing Sound Events from Control Panel You can Add and Delete sound events in the Control Panel. Now this one takes a little work depending on whether your adding a new event or deleting an old one, so be careful and always backup your registry before making any …

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Squeezing a little more out of a Dual IDE bus

More from our “Squeezing a little more performance out of your system” pages! Whether you have a recent powerhouse computer or one that’s two or three years old, in all probability it has a dual-channel IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) bus (channel). Without elaborating, each bus is normally capable of handling …

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Preventing the “Shortcut to” prefix that is added to new shortcuts. By default, the “shortcut to” prefix is added to all new shortcuts. To disable this feature, use any one of the following: Rename a Shortcut Five Times: 1. Right-click the My Computer icon, and then click Create Shortcut. This …

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Restricting Functions Through The IE4/IE 5 Classic Desktop

Restricting Functions Through The IE4/IE 5 Classic Desktop If you have IE 4.0 or 5.0 and selected Classic Desktop and now cannot undo it go to the Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer and check the key for the value name ClassicShell. Set the value to zero (00 00 00 00). This is the …

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Scanreg and backing up and restoring the Windows Registry

SAVED BY SCANREG Did you know there’s a utility called ScanReg that backs up your Windows 98 Registry every time you boot Windows 98 successfully? That means if you ever make a mess of your Registry while editing it (and you didn’t back it up first–tsk, tsk), you can still …

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