Tag Archives: registry editing

How to Disable Registry Access in Windows 7

The Registry area is a very dangerous place when you don’t know what you are doing. One bad move can really mess up your system. If you are sharing your computer with your friends or family members and afraid that they might access your registry and mess up your computer pretty bad then you should consider disabling registry access. You ... Read More »

How to Change The Default Location For Installing Applications

When you install a certain software or game it normally installs them to the default location of installed programs which is C:\Program Files. Most application installer gives you the option to change the location where you will place the software, but some applications don’t give you the luxury to do that. You may want to change the program installer location ... Read More »

How to Remove Recycle Bin Icon on Desktop

If you don’t use your Recycle bin to store deleted windows files then you might want to remove it from your desktop. Here is a quick trick to remove it. This trick involves registry editing so I highly suggest that you make a backup first on your registry before proceeding with the steps below. 1. Click on Start –> Run ... Read More »

How to Remove Shutdown Button on Logon Screen

Having the shutdown button displayed on your Windows XP logon screen can be very inconvenient at times. Your kids or any people that are sharing your computer can accidentally turn off your computer and close all you programs. To prevent this from happening you can just easily disable the “Turn off computer” button. You can do this in two ways. ... Read More »

How to remove W32:Navidad (Navidad.Exe)

This Internet trojan spreads via email as an attachment (NAVIDAD.EXE). This worm also displays a message box upon execution and maps the opening of Windows executables so that it is executed instead of the executable that is called. This causes most Windows programs to not work. Ways to remove the Navidad Trojan The easiest way is to download Navidad Fix ... Read More »

How to individually remove typed URL’s

Everytime you type an address on every browser the URL history is automatically saved. These are very helpful to easily access the previously visited sites. But what if while you were surfing on the internet looking at things you suddenly stumbled a site you should not have been looking or you visited a site you don't want any of your family members or friends to know that you visited such sites. The quick answer is "clear all private data". yes that will work but then again what if you just want to remove a specific url, here are the steps to do that.

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