When a PC is connected to LAN (Local Area Network), at startup system follows update rules of Groups Policies. This causes the computer to starts up longer. To make logon faster these policies must be turned off so that computer does not waste its time in renewing the group policies.
Modern malware and viruses tend to change the system settings in order to restrict the user from reverting the settings that those malware and viruses have changed. For example, hiding the folder options so that the user may not be able to see the hidden files easily or disabling the registry editor and the task(…)
During my daily working I usually encounter many viruses but most common is sscvihost.exe and autorun.ini these viruses spread from USB drive as well, I can usually remove it without using any anti-virus software, today I am going to explain how to remove these viruses if anti-viruses are not doing so. However, be warned that(…)
If you are running Microsoft Windows XP and unable to access your hidden files and folders or unable to locate folder options menu in Windows Explorer than most probably your computer is infected by some malicious virus. Problems with folder options menu is one of the most common errors linked with Microsoft Windows XP. The(…)
This article is related to How to Manually Remove Viruses From Your System Note: This solution will work only against those Viruses which does not infect Windows own Exe files e.g like explorer.exe Virus Symptoms You may have seen some unexpected things that should not happen. Some of the symptoms of viruses are: Disables Task(…)
Smart Virus Remover version 1.50 has been released. The new version automatically disables the running of Autorun.inf on your computer. Now when you plugin your USB drive you will not be teased with any autoplay feature. Instead you can now silently plugin in and out the USB. The tool has the power to revert back(…)
Today one of my network machines running Windows Vista couldn’t obtain an IP address through DHCP. DHCP server was running fine and all other machines running Windows XP could obtain an IP address through the DHCP server properly. This meant that there was some problem with the machine itself. I tested it out with another(…)
Windows XP Hibernate button appears only when you have Hibernate enabled in Power Options and press Shift on the Turn OFF Computer screen. But through a registry tweak you can enable a hibernate button for easy access. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK. Locate and then click the following registry(…)
About two months back, Chiranjib had written an article about explorer.exe not loading at Wiindows Startup. It was a good article but what it was lacking was the no. of methods that can be used to solve the problem. I love to have many different methods by which we can solve a problem. A commentator(…)
Have you ever faced such problem that clicking on a drive it open’s in a new window. If yes then try the following solutions. Method 1 Cheack Browse folders option under Tools >> Folder Options in General if it is set to open folders in same window or it’s own window.