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Disable Low Disk Space Warning
Written By: Administrator
Section: Guides

Category: Guides

2008-06-16 13:02:19
When you are low on disk space Windows XP is nice enough to inform you of this. But once you are aware of the problem that should be it, right? Wrong, Windows XP continues to inform you. It gets rather annoying. Here is how to turn off the warning:

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Change the Icon for all ".txt" Files
Written By: Administrator
Section: Guides

Category: Guides

2008-03-16 01:00:00
The "txt" in the title of this article actually can be any extension, in other words: type of file, so for example: {.doc, .xls, .gif, ...} . This article will show you how to customize the icon for any extension, which in turn changes the icon for all files that have that extension.

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Speed Up Your Search in Windows XP
Written By: Administrator
Section: Guides

Category: Guides

2008-06-16 13:02:19
One of the new features of Windows Vista is the ability to have instant search. Well you may or may not know, but with a add-on from Microsoft, you can get this functionality in Windows XP. The add-on is Windows Desktop Search.

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Getting the Windows XP Boot Disks
Written By: Administrator
Section: Guides

Category: Guides

2008-06-16 13:02:19
Windows XP does not ship with a bootable set of media other than the CD. Fortunately Microsoft provides downloads which allows you to create boot disks for Both XP Home Edition and XP Professional Edition (please note that you will need 6 Blank Floppy Disks).

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Require Control+Alt+Delete For More Security
Written By: Administrator
Section: Guides

Category: Guides

2008-06-16 12:57:46
For additional security, enable the Control+Alt+Delete login screen for XP. Using this is far more secure than the traditional XP login screen due to the fact that no program can intercept CTRL+ALT+DEL. Thus you are protecting yourself from a application (a bad application, could be spyware or a virus) from learning your machine password.

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Backup Your Registry
Written By: Administrator
Section: Guides

Category: Guides

2008-02-16 17:18:31
Creating a Backup of your registry is an essential first step you should be taking prior to doing any registry modifications. Please Note: This guide will always be referenced in any future guides that involve registry edits, as the first step you should be taking.

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