Are you curious to know which is the best tool for managing the startup items in Windows? Check out this thorough analysis.
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Most probably you have already used the System Configuration tool in Windows (msconfig.exe). However, did you use all its functionality? Do you know about everything it has to offer?
Read this tutorial and be surprised by its versatility: How To Use the System Configuration Tool & All its Awesomeness!
If you are having problems with your Windows 7/Vista startup, then you might want to use the Startup Repair tool. This tutorials shows how and when to use the tool to fix your problems. Very useful when your Windows refuses to boot properly.
One surefire way to make sure you can undo a bad install or fix a corrupt registry is to create a system restore point. Most people don’t do it manually because it’s a pain, but what if you can simply double-click a shortcut on your desktop? Read on to learn more…
Having a problem with your Windows 7 computer? If so, check out a nitfy little program called FixWin. It has a nice collection of over 50 fixes to common Windows 7 problems, such as a missing recycle bin or problems with Aero Snap and Peek.
Lost an important file, photo, or some document to a random attack of the delete button? Yeah, you should really be more careful. Thankfully for you, there’s DiskDigger, an excellent piece of software that will recover deleted files that aren’t in the recycle bin anymore.
Ever wondered exactly how fast your Flash Drive is? You can easily benchmark them using the portable CrystalDiskMark utility that tests both Read and Write speeds. Very handy!
Unknown Devices is a small application that helps you figure out what those devices with question marks in Device Manager are really about. Of course, normally you should just install the motherboard & system drivers, but sometimes it can really help to figure it out.