Windows 8 Activator 2013

July 3, 2013

KMSpico – is the ideal tool to activate the final version of Windows 7/8 and Office 2010/2013. Actuator does not require user intervention, the entire activation process takes place in the background, just run the activator and a couple of minutes to check the activation status of Windows and / or Office.

Features:
• Universal (Activates Windows Vista/7/8 Pro/Enterprise/N/VL and Office 2010/2013 Retail/VL.)
• Does not require user intervention (enough to run the activator).
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Silent Repair And Uninstall Of The .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 and 3.0 SP2

May 4, 2012

.NET Framework 2.0 SP2 – silent repair

msiexec /fpecmsu {C09FB3CD-3D0C-3F2D-899A-6A1D67F2073F} REINSTALL=ALL REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v %temp%\netfx20sp2_repair_log.txt /qn

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How To Clear Your Memory Without Restarting Your Windows

April 16, 2012

If you run a windows computer you’ll know like many others than, after a while your system will in doubt start running slow. Most people will restart their computer to remove and idle processes. But if there’s a simpler way, why restart every time windows decides it doesn’t like you today?

1. Right click on an empty spot on your desktop and select New -> Shortcut.

2. Type: “%windir%\system32\rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks” in the box.

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Reveal Hidden Windows 7 Wallpapers

May 18, 2011

When installing Windows 7, you will always get asked what country you are from. Then, based on what you choose, Windows will give you wallpapers to suit your choice. If you choose United States, you will most likely get some scenic views such as the eye candy wallpaper displaying the national park and the outdoors treatment you can possibly find in the US. However, there are actually some other pieces of wallpapers that you can reveal.

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How To Easy Configure External View for Laptops

May 13, 2011

To those of you who often need to work and present your work with a laptop, you will find that the easy external view explained in this article pretty helpful. Moreover, there is a pretty good chance that you may have come across quite a few levels of difficulties configuring your laptop to work properly with external views. No matter whether you are trying to configure your laptop to work with a VGA, HDMI or DVI output, you may have always wished that things are a lot easier. Well, your wish is granted.

If the version of Windows you are running on your laptop is Windows 7, you only need to hit Windows key along with the P key. You will then be given 4 options which are computer only, duplicate, extend and projector only. In this case, you are least likely to choose computer only as you are about to use an external view.

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Deactivate Windows 7 System Restore

April 27, 2011

System Restore feature that Microsoft has built into Windows 7 may be pretty effective indeed in keeping Windows safe from troubles. Yet, the bad news is that it takes up a lot of hard drive space. So, if you are not a typical PC user, you may prefer to deactivate this feature instead. However, if you are worried about possible crashes considering Windows 7 is still pretty new, you had better leave this feature active.

To deactivate System Restore function, you will have to open up Control Panel and navigate to System.

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Svchost Uses up 100 Percent Of CPU In Windows 7 How To Fix

April 14, 2011

If you use a Windows operating system, such as Windows NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista and Windows 7, chances are you have often noticed that there is a process called svchost.exe running in the background seemingly at all times. You can see running processes by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del or Ctrl+Shift+Esc altogether to bring up Windows Task Manager. It seems that DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries) trigger the Service Host Process. Unfortunately, there is no limit to how many sessions of this particular process can run. As a result, it may often end up using 100% CPU resources and can even freeze the computer.

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Fix Msn Error 80048820 and 80048416 in Windows Messenger

April 11, 2011

It has become pretty common for Windows Messenger users to come across a particular message that the application is unable to connect and that users may be better off retrying connection some time later. This would normally take place when users are attempting to log onto the messenger application. The error code for this problem is 80048820 and the extended error code is 80048416. The good news is that there are ways to get over this issue but prior to discussing the ways; it is of utmost importance to find out what actually causes the issues to occur in the first place.

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IE – Internet Explorer How To Disable Error Reporting

April 8, 2011

Even though Microsoft might have expected its users to report errors that take place on the system, some users may find it rather annoying to get the Error Reporting notification every single time an error occurs and Windows is unable to handle it. Some users may simply want to skip the message at all without having to click on No again and again. Well, fortunately, there are ways to do this and one of the ways is to tweak the Windows registry. This will disable the Error Reporting tool so that it won’t appear any longer in the future. However, it is always best to back up the current registry before attempting to tweak it.

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Fix Error 43 Code In Windows 7

April 6, 2011

Although it may also happen on other versions of Windows, it seems that Windows 7 is the most vulnerable one to Error 43. This is the error Windows users receive when one of the devices attached to their system stops functioning properly, possibly due to driver issues. Unfortunately, it may also trigger other errors. However, it is of utmost importance to keep in mind that error code 43 mainly shows up due to some problems with the computer hardware.

For those of you who are not so familiar about driver, it is a program that is meant to control the corresponding hardware. Driver usually comes along with the hardware you buy. Without a driver, your computer hardware won’t be able to function properly. So, when Windows detects something that seems wrong with the hardware, it will raise error code 43.

Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)


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