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How to Adjust Folder Settings in Windows 7
 
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This tutorial will show you how to adjust the folder settings in Windows 7. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ When it comes to folder settings windows 7 allows a great deal of customization. This can make the whole system easier to use and this tutorial will show you how to change these settings. Step # 1 -- Expose the Menu Bar You need to access the "Menu Bar" first in order to get to folder settings. Click "Start" then "Computer" to open Explorer. Click on the "Organize" button in the top left. Navigate to "Layout" and click "Menu bar". This will add a new bar to the top of the screen that reads "File", "Edit" etc. Step # 2 -- General Folder Settings On this new bar click the "Tools" heading and then click on "Folder options...". This will open a window that will allow you to change "General" settings for all folders in the first tab. This will allow you to adjust various navigation settings such as how new windows open. Step # 3 -- Changing a Folder's View The second tab, "View" allows you to change the appearance of this folder, such as selecting what type of files you want to be able to view, or whether you want to view drive letters. To save any changes you have made click, "OK". Step # 4 -- Changing all Folders on a Drive To change all folder settings windows makes the process simple. You first need to go a root directory. Go to computer and then select a drive, such as "C:". Click "Tools", then "Folder options...". The same window as above will appear, click the "View" tab, make any changes you want and before and then click the "Apply to Folders" button, click "Yes" on the dialogue box that appears, this will change all folder settings within the C: drive.
How to view folder options in windows8 | How to find the Folder Options menu in windows 8
 
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This video shows you Accessing Folder Options in windows 8, windows 8 has made accessing folder options much easier than previous versions of windows operating system, option for accessing folder options is availabe in folders and other components such as computer, network and even in recycle bin for example, we are showing you how to access folder options by opening computer now you can see view tab here, click on it a new ribbon of options will be displayed on the extreme right side, you can see options click on small arrow below it a new list of options will be displayed, click on change folder and search options now folder options window will be displayed through the same procedure, you can access folder options from any folders, or from components like computer, network , users files , recycle bin etc
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How to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 10
 
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How to Show Hidden Files, Folders & Drives in Windows 10 Follow the video to display hidden files and folders. Option 1 – From File Explorer Select the “Start” button, then choose “File Explorer“. Select the “View” tab. Check the “Hidden items” check box to view hidden items. Option 2 – From Folder Options Open This PC, click in the top left hand “File” menu, and select “Change folder and search options" In the Folder Options window, Click the “View” tab. Scroll down a bit and change the “Hidden files and folders” setting to “Show hidden files, folders, and drives“. Hope this helps! Thank you. unable to show hidden files and folders in windows xp How to enable Microsoft Windows 10 to show all hidden files toggle Hidden Files
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How to Adjust Folder Settings in Windows 7?
 
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This tutorial will show you how to adjust the folder settings in Windows 7. When it comes to folder settings windows 7 allows a great deal of customization. This can make the whole system easier to use and this tutorial will show you how to change these settings. Step # 1 -- Expose the Menu Bar You need to access the "Menu Bar" first in order to get to folder settings. Click "Start" then "Computer" to open Explorer. Click on the "Organize" button in the top left. Navigate to "Layout" and click "Menu bar". This will add a new bar to the top of the screen that reads "File", "Edit" etc. Step # 2 -- General Folder Settings On this new bar click the "Tools" heading and then click on "Folder options...". This will open a window that will allow you to change "General" settings for all folders in the first tab. This will allow you to adjust various navigation settings such as how new windows open. Step # 3 -- Changing a Folder's View The second tab, "View" allows you to change the appearance of this folder, such as selecting what type of files you want to be able to view, or whether you want to view drive letters. To save any changes you have made click, "OK". Step # 4 -- Changing all Folders on a Drive To change all folder settings windows makes the process simple. You first need to go a root directory. Go to computer and then select a drive, such as "C:". Click "Tools", then "Folder options...". The same window as above will appear, click the "View" tab, make any changes you want and before and then click the "Apply to Folders" button, click "Yes" on the dialogue box that appears, this will change all folder settings within the C: drive.
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Show hidden files, folders and extention for file types on Windows XP
 
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Show hidden files, folders and extention for file types on Windows XP 1. Prepare - XP61 : OS Windows XP 2. Step by step - XP61 : + Start - Computer - Drive C: - Tools - Folders options... - view tab : + Select "Show hidden files and folders" + Uncheck "Hide extensions for known file types" + Uncheck "Hide protected operationg system files (Recommanded)" - OK + Check again
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Restore Windows Explorer Toolbar Menu in Windows 7
 
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In this video tutorial, http://pcsnippets.com will show you how restore the menu back on to the Windows Explorer toolbar in Windows 7. To be able to add the menu back on to the Windows Explorer, you need to use the Folder Options dialog windows.
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How to Show File Extensions in Windows 7
 
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This tutorial will walk you through some basic techniques to display file extensions in windows 7 using the folder options panel. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ A file extension is a character set assigned to every file at the end of its name. These set of characters or file extensions are used to determine which program or application can open the file. File extensions of known file types are hidden by default in windows due to system security reasons. However Windows 7 has an option to display known file extensions by making a small adjustment in folder options. This tutorial will show you how to enable the Windows 7 display of file extensions using the folder options. Step # 1 -- Open the Folder Options In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to show file extensions in windows 7 using different methods. First of all, go to the "Start" Menu, open the "Control Panel" and click on the "Folder Options" to open it. Step # 2 -- Disable the Hide File Extensions Option Once the "folder options" panel opens, move over to the "View" tab, deselect the "Hide extensions for known file types" option and click on the "OK" button to save these settings and exit. Now you can see the file extension of every file along with its name. Step # 3 -- Open the Folder Option from the Start Menu Alternately, you can open up the "Start" Menu, type in "Folder Options" in the search box and click on its icon from the menu to open the Folder Options Panel. Once the Folder Options are open, you can adjust the required settings so that Windows 7 display of file extensions that were previously hidden is now possible. Step # 4 -- Open Windows Explorer There is another way to open the Folder Options. First open Windows Explorer by searching it from the "Start" menu. Step # 5 -- Open the Folder Options from the "Tools" Menu Once windows explorer is open, press the "ALT" key on the keyboard to display the "File" menu. Now move over to the "Tools" menu and click on the "Folder Options" from the list to open it. From here now by adjusting the relevant settings you can show file extensions in Windows 7 which were previously hidden.
Hiding files and folders in windows 7
 
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1. right click file or folder and click properties 2.check the hidden box 3. go to start menu then go to my computer 4. hit the alt button on the keyboard and take note to the new toolbar that appears at the top of the window. 5. hit tools and go to the view tab and make sure to click the"do not show hidden file" radio button.
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Find Your Missing Lightroom Panels, Tools, and More
 
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HELPFUL? PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT BY SUBSCRIBING TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL. Laura Shoe shows you how to find missing Lightroom panels, tools and more. Note: This does not cover the cloud-based Lightroom CC application - it covers Lightroom Classic CC, Lightroom 6 and earlier versions. Learn how to restore missing Lightroom interface items (and how to hide items): modules, panels, panel strips, the filmstrip, toolbars and tools, settings drop downs, grid and loupe view information, program close/maximize/minimize buttons, new Basic panel controls (process version) , and tone curve sliders. Read the full blog post with links to related articles: http://laurashoe.com/2013/10/01/when-panels-modules-tools-and-more-go-missing-in-lightroom/ ======================= Check out my complete Lightroom "The Fundamentals & Beyond" and "Producing Great Output" workshops on video! Over 37 hours and 170+ videos. The "best and easiest way to master Lightroom!" https://laurashoe.com/learn/ ======================= Laura Shoe http://www.laurashoe.com Blogger, Author, Instructor Adobe Community Professional Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop Lightroom ======================= Facebook: http://facebook.com/LauraShoeDigitalWorkshops Twitter: http://twitter.com/Lightroom_Laura Google+: https://plus.google.com/102547060928950983616 ======================= Find your missing Lightroom: - module (0:30) - panel (0:50) - panel strip / filmstrip (1:30) - toolbar (1:52) - library filter bar (2:15) - tool in toolbar (2:43) - hidden settings in panel (3:06) - grid view photo information (3:42) - loupe view photo information (4:18) - program close/minimize/maximize buttons (4:55) - program menu bar (4:55) - Lightroom 4 & 5 Basic panel tone controls (highlights, shadows, whites, blacks) (5:43) - tone curve sliders or point curve (6:49)
Views: 140691 Laura Shoe
how to view hidden folders on your computer
 
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how to view hidden folders on your computer got to my computer tools floder options and got to the view tab go to view hidden folders
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HOW TO showhide File Extensions in Windows 7 & How To View Hidden Files & Folders 2017
 
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Click the Start Button and then My Computer. Click Tools and then Folder Options. Within the Folder Options window click the View tab. In the View tab, under Advanced Settings, select Show hidden files, folders and drives. Click Apply, then OK. Facebook:https: www.facebook.com/sadman.roktim007z Facebook page:https: www.facebook.com/sadman.roktim786z instagram:https: www.instagram.com/sadman.roktim007z Twitter:https: twitter.com/sadman_roktim07 behance: www.behance.net/sadmanrokt9e58
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Windows 10 Add System Tools To Start Menu
 
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The Windows 10 Start Menu has a lot of options to view the system programs. You can right-click on the Windows Icon and see the list. But, instead of searching for them, you can add most system programs as tiles on your Start Menu. Here's how to find the System Tools, like Control Panel, Task Manger and Disk Cleanup. Then, with a few drags and clicks, you can add them to your Start Menu and group them in a handy section, easy to select and launch.
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Tips: Show file extensions on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista
 
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This demo shows how to quickly display file extensions which are hidden by default. Step 1: For windows 8 and earlier, go to windows explorer and hit the ALT key on your keyboard and go to Tools-Folder options on the menu bar that pops up. For windows 10, simply go to File-Change folder and search options, or File-Options Step 2: Once on the Folder Options window, go to the view tab and scroll down in the Advanced settings pane until you see "Hide extensions for known file types". Uncheck it and hit Apply & OK.
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How to Unhide File Extensions in Windows 7,8,10
 
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Today i'm showing you how to unhide file extensions in windows 7,8,10. which shows you the file extension for (e.g jpg, gif, png) To show or hide file name extensions Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab, and then, under Advanced settings, do one of the following: To show file name extensions, clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box, and then click OK. To hide file name extensions, select the Hide extensions for known file types check box, and then click OK.
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Hide Hidden Files & Folders
 
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How To Show or Hide Hidden Files and Folders in Windows XP Open My Computer from the Start menu. From the Tools menu, choose Folder Options.... Tip: See the first tip at the bottom of this page for a quick way to open Folder Options in Windows XP. Click or tap on the View tab in the Folder Options window. In the Advanced settings: text area, locate the Hidden files and folders category. Note: The Hidden files and folders category should be viewable at the bottom of the Advanced settings: text area without scrolling down. You'll see two options under the folder. Under the Hidden files and folders category, choose the radio button that applies to what you want to do. Do not show hidden files and folders will hide the files and folders with the hidden attribute turned on. Show hidden files and folders will let you see the hidden files and folders. Click or tap OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window. You can test to see if hidden files are being displayed by navigating to the C:\Windows folder. If you see a number of folders beginning with $NtUninstallKB, then you are able to view hidden files and folders, else they're successfully hidden. Note: These $NtUninstallKB folders contain information needed to uninstall updates you've received from Microsoft. While unlikely, it's possible you might not see these folders but may still be configured correctly to view hidden folders and files. This might be the case if you've never installed any updates to your operating system.
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Hide Files, Folders & Drives || T-ignite
 
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Topic: "Hide Files, Folders & Drives" For Hide: Open Windows Explorer (open any folder) and go to,Tools, Folder options… Within Folder Options switch to the , View tab. Under, Files and Folders find the option, Hidden files and folders and select, Don't show hidden files, folders, or drives. Click, OK and proceed to hiding a folder. For Unhide: 1. Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button. , clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. 2. Click the View tab. 3. Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files, folders, and drives, and then click OK. #Please like my video #Share my video # Comment on My video and must be subscribe my channel.
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How to Bring back the missing Folder option on Tools
 
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YOUTUBE CHANNEL: ZEB HELPING POINT http://tinyical.com/FqC HOW TO BRING BACK THE MISSING FOLDER OPTION ON TOOLS. Hi, I am Zeb Today I will show you How to bring back the Removed FOLDER OPTION. like this here is removed. STEP 1: First click on Start button after that search gpedit.msc and press Enter. STEP 2: The tab opens like this. Click on User configuration after that click Administrative templates After it click on Windows Components than search Windows explorer folder and open it. After that search Remove folder options menu item from the tools menu. and open it. STEP 3. After opening it click on Not configured on up right side option . if it is already in Not configured than click Disable than apply it and again click on Not configured than click OK. and close all tabs done. now we will see if it worked just refresh it. if you have any other windows problem tell me . DOn't forget to Subscribe "ZEB HELPING POINT" for more helpful videos. LIKE it SHARE it THANKS FOR WATCHING. ______//"'''''''''''''''.#LINKS#''''''''''''''\\__________ BLOGS AI HELPER ;-) http://tinyical.com/CTM ZEB HELPING CENTER:-) http://tinyical.com/CTm FACEBOOK PAGE:-) http://tinyical.com/CUw OFFICIAL ID Facebook http://tinyical.com/CVM G-mail Account [email protected] [email protected] http://tinyical.com/G3S http://tinyical.com/G51
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HOW TO: show hide File Extensions in Windows 7 & How To View Hidden Files & Folders
 
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How to show-hide file extensions in Windows 7 as well how to view hidden files and folders Click the Start Button and then My Computer. Click Tools and then Folder Options. Within the Folder Options window click the View tab. In the View tab, under Advanced Settings, select Show hidden files, folders and drives. Click Apply, then OK.
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Make icons in windows appear quicker
 
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Everytime you open --My Computer-- to browse folders XP automatically searches for network files and printers. This causes a delay in displaying your icons. You probably see the "default" windows icon and as you scroll it changes to the correct icon. This is how to stop that... 1. Open My Computer 2. Click on the Tools menu and select Folder Options... 3. Under Folder Options select the view tab. 4. Uncheck the very first box that reads "Automatically search for network folders and printers". 5. Click "Apply" or "OK" Now..You should see a dramatic increase in speed when Windows displays your icons.
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how to hide and unhide folders in Windows 7
 
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how to hide and unhide folders in Windows7 ( by Kushagraji ) Hidden files are usually hidden for good reason but changing that is easy. Here's how to show or hide hidden files in Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, or XP. Hiding files in Windows is pretty easy: Select the files or folders you want to hide. Right-click and choose Properties. Click the General tab. Click the checkbox next to Hidden in the Attributes section 1. Hide Folders Windows offers an easy way to quickly hide folders from unsuspecting eyes. This method requires that Windows does not show hidden files and folders. So changing this setting is the first step in this approach… Open File Explorer and go to Tools Folder options… Within Folder Options switch to the View tab. Under Files and Folders find the option Hidden files and folders and select Don’t show hidden files, folders, or drives. Click OK and, with the next few steps, proceed to hiding a folder. Right-click the folder you want to hide and select Properties. In the General tab check the option called Hidden. Go to Advanced… to change Archive and Index attributes; you might want to block indexing of the folder contents. Click OK to save your changes. Once you wish to access your folder, go through folder options to temporarily make hidden folders visible. Obviously, this is a little inconvenient. To take a shortcut and hide or unhide several folders at once, you can use the tool Free Hide Folder. It can hide and unhide selected folders, given the folder options are set to not show hidden files and folders. #TUTORkushagra #Kushagraji
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Hide Folder: How to hide your important Files and Folder windows 7/8/10 (2019)
 
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In this video learn that how you hide our important files or folder from others. Because Privacy is hard to come by these days. Whether you are sharing a computer or are generally suspicious of peers who occasionally have access to your computer, you may have the desire to store sensitive information or private files in a safe place. This video provides a quick and easy ways to hide folders in Windows 7/8/10 Lock and Hide Folder provides a quick and easy way to protect sensitive information on your computer from children, employers, and anyone else might access to use your computer including law enforcement and hackers. This video tell you that how you will hide your sensitive files or folders so that they can't be seen or accessed from others without any use of software it will be use in all windows 7/8/10 or others. This video also tell you some settings that make easier to see hidden folder and files which make your computer heavier it will be apply in all windows 7/8/10 (2019). so it will be make easy for you see that how many folders are hidden in your computer . Windows offers an easy way to quickly hide folders from unsuspecting eyes. This method requires that Windows does not show hidden files and folders. So changing this setting is the first step in this approach… 1. Open File Explorer (any folder) and go to Tools / Folder options… 2. Within Folder Options switch to the View tab. 3. Under Files and Folders find the option Hidden files and folders and select Don’t show hidden files, folders, or drives. 4. Click OK and, with the next few steps, proceed to hiding a folder. 5. Right-click the folder you want to hide and select Properties. 6. In the General tab check the option called Hidden. 7. Go to Advanced… to change Archive and Index attributes; you might want to block indexing of the folder contents. 8. Click OK to save your changes Hide Folders is free Windows application for hiding folders with private data. These solutions will effectively hide your data from knowledgeable users. For truly sensitive and confidential data, I recommend more advanced solutions (2019) Subscribe My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW_BdVmoVOcs2_uPgVYFrJQ?sub_confirmation=1 Uninstall Your software completely: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrPO5xlzhWo Top Secrets of your computer:
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How To Restore Default Icons On Windows 10
 
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This video will show you how to restore corrupted icons to their default icons. The icons that Windows uses for your documents and programs are saved in an icon cache, so they can be displayed quickly instead of having to slowly load them every time. If you ever have problems with the icons on your computer, rebuilding the icon cache might help. Sometimes the icon cache gets out of date, causing icons to display incorrectly, or even go missing. For example, maybe you upgraded an application and the new version came with a new icon, but you still see the old icon on the desktop. Sometimes a blank or damaged icon may appear when a perfectly good icon was displayed before. When this happens, you have to reset the icon cache and let them automatically re-create it. In this article, we’ll show you how to rebuild the icon cache in Windows 10. This guide also applies to Windows 8 and 7, but the process works slightly different. How the Icon Cache Works in Windows Icons are everywhere in Windows: the Control Panel, Programs and Features, File Explorer, and so on. Having to retrieve all possible icon images from hard disk and to render them dynamically can consume lots of system resources. As a result, Windows save icons it’s already retrieved in its memory. When you shut down or restart, it will write this cache to a hidden file on your hard drive, so it doesn’t have to reload all those icons later. The database file grows as more information is added to it. According to this document from MSDN knowledgebase , when Windows needs to display an icon, it’ll check the cache, and display the cached icon if a match is found. If it doesn’t find one, it’ll check the executable file and scan the application directory. Caching mechanisms, such as the IconCache database, have been already discussed by multiple system specialists, and in depth by Mark E. Russinovich and David A. Solomon in their Windows Internals book, if you’re curious to learn more, but the basics are all you need to understand for this process. Steps: 1. CTRL+SHIFT+ESC 2. Go to the processes tab 3. Click on explorer.exe and end task 4. Click on File-New Task (Run...) 5. Enter the following: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local 6. Hit ALT and click on "Tools-Folder Options" 7. Go to the View tab 8. Click on show hidden files and folders 9. Apply, Ok 10. Delete IconCache.db by using Shift+Del 11. Go ahead and hide hidden files and folders if you like 12. Go back to the task manager and click on File-New Task (Run...) 13. Type in the following: C:\Windows\explorer.exe 14. There you go, back to default! This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops, and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung)
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How to Open and Change Folder Options in Windows 8
 
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Follow this step by step guide to learn how to open and change folder options in Windows 8. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ What makes windows 8 different from its previous versions is the fact that it is easier to modify options and it has a unique smart phone like user interface. In this tutorial, we are going to show you some basic tools and modification of the interface in windows 8. Follow this step by step guide to learn how to Open and change Folder Options in Windows 8. Step # 1 -- Go to My Computer First of all, move the cursor over and click on the "My Computer" icon which is located at the top left corner of the desktop. Step # 2 -- Open Folder Options Once you have double clicked on the icon, you will be redirected to "My Computer" in a new explorer window. Here, you can see three main tabs located on the top left corner of the screen. One of them is named as "View". Now move over to this tab and click on it to open its advanced options. After the menu comes up for the "View" tab, click on the "Options" button which is available at the end of the list towards the right. Step # 3 -- Adjust the General Settings Once you have clicked on the "Options" button, a settings window will appear right in front of your screen. This is the "Folder Options" window. This basic settings window allows you to add, remove, adjust and restore various options related to the display and to the attributes of windows explorer. In the "General" tab, you can choose whether you want to open each folder in the same window or open each folder in its own window. It also allows you to change the "Click" function from single to double click or vice versa. Here, you can also choose to expand the folders path or view "Favorites" in the navigation pane. The "Restore Defaults" button allows you to revert back all custom changes that you have made and apply windows 8 default settings. Step # 4 -- Change the View Settings In the "Folder Options" window only, go to the "View" tab where you can enable or disable various folder display options. The "Reset Folders" option allows you to reset all the folders. On the other hand, "Apply to Folders" button applies all the current changes to each and every folder. Step # 5 -- Modify the Search Settings In the "Folder Options" window, The "Search" tab allows you to optimize your search results and brings the most relevant items in results. A new feature is added in windows 8 search function that searches through the name and the content of the files as well.
Windows 7/8/10 -  “You Do Not Have Permission To Access” Error Fix
 
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You Do Not Have Permission To Access When you try to open a specified folder or drive, there is an error displayed as " you don't currently have permission to access this folder. Click continue to permanently get access to this folder ". You have been denied permission to access this folder. This tutorial will address this error and how to gain security rights to the folder or drive in question. The error might also appear in the following form: You do not have permission to access \\Server\c. Contact your network administrator to request access. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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How to make your files invisible on your computer - how to hide files on your computer
 
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http://www.youtube.com/quicktipsto steps: Go to the folder that contains the file you want to hide. Highlight the file, right click and choose properties. Next to 'attributes', tick Hidden. Then click apply. Now click ok. Now your file should be hidden. Now if you want to view the hidden files. Go to tools, folder options, click on the view tab and under ' hidden files and folders' click on show 'hidden files, folders, and drives'. Click apply You can now see the file you just hid, although it will appear slighted blurred. If you want to make your file visible once more, then Highlight it, right click on it, choose properties and untick 'hidden'. Now click apply, then ok.
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How to Hide folders Or any files
 
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1) Choose any folder to hide it or any pic or ......etc 2) Then right click on this file and click on "propertis" 3) And go "General" tab and check hidden then click "Apply" 4) When you click "Apply" choose "Apply changes to this folders only 5) Now your folder is hidden 6) If you to show it ... go to "tools" then "folder options" then go to "view" tab then choose " Show hidden files and folders" 7) And if you wanna hide it choose "Do not show.." 8) If you don't want to hide this folder right click on it then "Propertis" and uncheck "Hidden" that's it Don't forget to follow me ;) https://www.facebook.com/AbdelrhmanMuhammd
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Windows 10 - How To View/Show Hidden Files, Folders and Drives
 
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Windows 10 - How To View/Show Hidden Files, Folders and Drives in Windows 10. Follow these steps to display hidden files and folders. 1- Open My Computer 2- Click On View Tab 3- Under View Tab and then Click on Option Button 4- Click On View Tab 5- Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files and folders, and then click OK. Share this Video http://youtu.be/u8Rgnuc9j4k Subscribe To My Channel and Get More Great Tips https://www.youtube.com/subscribe_widget?p=usmanalitoo How To Enable & Disable Start Screen in Windows 10 If you want to show the Start screen instead of the Start menu then following the steps. 1) Right-click the taskbar and select the command for Properties. 2) At the “Taskbar and Start Menu Properties” Windows, click the “Start Menu” tab. 3) The “Use the Start menu instead of the Start screen” option is selected by default. To uncheck this option, and enable the Start screen. 4) The “Change Start settings” window displays, telling you to make sure you save your work because you must log out and then back in to change the setting. If you are ready, click “Sign out and change settings. If you still need to save some work, then click “Cancel,” Okay, let's say that the Start screen is the default option on your Windows device and you want to change that to the Start menu. Just do the opposite. Usmanalitoo is an IT Expert (MCSE, CCNA & REDHAT) Work as System & Network Administrator. Usmanalitoo shares incredible information Tutorial about YouTube Tips & Tutorial, Gaming, Social media, Hardware, Troubleshooting Tips, and also provide Error Solutions, I loves to share his knowledge with people. I am glad to help other through YouTube video Tutorial. Other Videos To Watch How to fix Kernel32.dll error in Skype http://youtu.be/endwwg-tjKA How to block https facebook in squid http://youtu.be/qmMcvtViJXM How to fix chrome err_ssl_protocol_error latest http://youtu.be/xm3nwmB6Tmg Subscribe To My Channel and Get More Great Tips https://www.youtube.com/subscribe_widget?p=usmanalitoo Follow me https://www.facebook.com/UsmanAliToo https://twitter.com/usmanalitoo http://www.pinterest.com/usmanalitoo https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116277025838624988880/116277025838624988880/posts WEBSITES: http://www.broexperts.com http://Usmanalitoo.blogspot.com
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Multiple bookmark toolbar
 
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one thing I forgot to mention in the video was how to view hidden folders.. After going into C: drive go up to Tools, folder options, click on the view tab then look for "show hidden folders" options and check it... 1. Close Firefox 2. Browse to c:\documents and settings\"Your Username"\Application Data\Mozilla\"Something".Default User(Mine was zmmuzhth.Default User)\chrome 3. Open up the userChrome-example.css file and copy and paste this at the very bottom of the document: /* Multi-row bookmarks toolbar */ #bookmarks-ptf {display:block} #bookmarks-ptf toolbarseparator {display:inline} 4. Rename userChrome-example.css to userChrome.css 5. Open Firefox **for firefox 3 add this to userchrome folder and save, close firefox 3 restart! /* Multi-row bookmarks toolbar*/ #bookmarksBarContent {display:block !important;} .places-toolbar-items {display:block !important; height: 50px !important; overflow-y:auto !important;} #bookmarksBarContent toolbarseparator {display:inline !important;} #bookmarksBarContent .bookmark-item {visibility: visible !important;} .chevron {height: 0px !important;}
Views: 6556 MEGASPARKs
How to display known file extensions in Windows XP/Server 2003 (B)
 
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Difficulty Level: beginner This video demonstrates how to display file extensions for commmon file types in Windows XP/Server 2003 To do this go to my documents or another folder and click the tools menu. Next click on 'folder options'. click the 'view' tab and uncheck 'hide extensions for known file types' click apply + ok Now Windows Will display the file extensions for known file types. If this tutorial did not work or for other questions, leave a comment.
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UNDELETABLE FILES FOLDERS ACCESS DENIED ERROR mesage
 
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One more solution if this does not work (I had it too) do the checkdisk tool on disk C or D or whatever disk you have the file -or folder you wana delete (and -if the procedure I posted in video didnt help) , than do the procedure below!!Ok bros and sis here is a solution which will work in some circumstances I guess cos I tryed several others like many ppl googled it soo many times, downloaded softwares like unlock eraser etc etc and I can write more and more and DID NOT F.....n HELP ME AT ALL. And afther whole night trying again and again I found this "microsoft way " as simple as you can see, worked super fantastic on both folders which I could not delete in any OTHER WAY I tryed before. I did not try some complicated ways like the "run" " cdm" way or regedit or other type this and that , or go out go in like under ADMINISTRATOR , puting passwords , puting the file in rar and try to delete and I can place more and more options I read tru which or did not work or too complicated for me and danger to destry somthing in registry. So here is the link where You can find the same explanation step by step: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810881 Also here is the whole procedure once more in text form: INVISIBLE FILE or FOLDER -- Error message file access denied Simple and 100 percent effective method how to delete file or folder without using softwares which in some cases DOES NOT WORK! I used it on Windows XP SP3 and worked fine, when nothing else did not! Read slowly and enjoy the end results! http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810881 To resolve this issue, you must turn off Simple File Sharing, and then take ownership of the folder: 1.Turn off Simple File Sharing: a.Click Start, and then click My Computer. b.On the Tools menu, click Folder Options, and then click the View tab. c.Under Advanced Settings, click to clear the Use simple file sharing (Recommended) check box, and then click OK. Right-click the folder that you want to take ownership of, and then click Properties. Click the Security tab, and then click OK on the Security message, if one appears. Click Advanced, and then click the Owner tab. In the Name list, click your user name, Administrator if you are logged in as Administrator, or click the Administrators group. If you want to take ownership of the contents of that folder, click to select the Replace owner on sub containers and objects check box. Click OK. You may receive the following error message, where Folder is the name of the folder that you want to take ownership of: You do not have permission to read the contents of directory Folder. Do you want to replace the directory permissions with permissions granting you Full Control? All permissions will be replaced if you press Yes. Click Yes. Click OK, and then reapply the permissions and security settings that you want for the folder and the folder contents. WHEN YOU ARE GONE TRU You can do whatever You want with the file rename, move ,delete , erase, look inside whatever whatever!!!!! :) Pure joy , I was soo happy that I succssed after soo long time that I made this small slide show for all those who needs it and did not succseded to rename remove files and folders in any other way mantioned or NOT mentioned up in here. If you like it share the link send to friends , give it to other struggeling ppl , put the link in your video on youtube in addition of your way cos there is a hudge possibility that someone will NEED axactly this. You can add it in comment to your video the link in microsoft or the link of this video , you can add it over your file in addition when ppl watching your video searching for solutions. Whatever share it please help all in ways we can without stoping the needed info! Thx rate subscribe comment U r welcome. Not nice ppl comments will be removed and blocked 4 ever, so be kind in your trut !!!! Best regards and enjoy the new achived state on your PC. I have no Vista dono if it works excatly like this!
Views: 9935 divedeepinside
How to Install an Excel Add in
 
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Step-by-step instructions on how to install an Excel add-in in Excel 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 for Windows. IMPORTANT NOTE: A July 2016 Office Security Update is causing the add-in ribbon menu to disappear. Here is a video that explains how to fix it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhnOU-ulqNg Installing the add-in is pretty easy, and should only take a few minutes. 1. Save the add-in file to your computer. – Pick any folder on your hard drive that is easy for you to find. – My suggestion is to create a folder named “Excel Campus” and place it in your Documents folder. 2. Open Excel and go to the Options Menu. – This varies depending on your version of excel. – 2007 – Office Button, Excel Options – 2010 & 2013 – File, Options 3. Click the “Add-Ins” option on the left-side menu, and then click the “Go…” button. – You may have to wait a few seconds for the window to appear. 4. Click the “Browse…” button on the Add-Ins Menu. 5. Locate the add-in file you saved in Step 1, and click OK. 6. The Add-in will appear in the list and should be enabled, click OK. 7. Installation Complete – The add-in is now installed and should automatically open every time to you open excel. Here is an article with written instructions and images. You can also download a pdf version and print it. http://www.excelcampus.com/tools/how-to-install-an-excel-add-in-guide/ Checkout my video on how to uninstall and completely remove an Excel Add-in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MVbR4pKAbU
Views: 174946 Excel Campus - Jon
How to Restore Default Icons Without Programs
 
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This video is for educational purposes only and I take no responsibility for anything that happens (nothing will happen). This video will show you how to restore corrupted icons to their default icons. Steps: 1. CTRL+SHIFT+ESC 2. Go to the processes tab 3. Click on explorer.exe and end task 4. Click on File-New Task (Run...) 5. Enter the following: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local 6. Hit ALT and click on "Tools-Folder Options" 7. Go to the View tab 8. Click on show hidden files and folders 9. Apply, Ok 10. Delete IconCache.db by using Shift+Del 11. Go ahead and hide hidden files and folders if you like 12. Go back to the task manager and click on File-New Task (Run...) 13. Type in the following: C:\Windows\explorer.exe 14. There you go, back to default! My wallpaper can be found at this link: http://img.portwallpaper.com/imgwal/compaq-light-blue.jpg Please like, comment and subscribe for more! Thanks!
Views: 191536 ybanis
How To Always Show Windows File Extension
 
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Please join me on: Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/NDFANS Twitter : http://twitter.com/NawafDandachi ------------------------------------------------------------------ Show or hide file name extensions A file name extension is a set of characters added to the end of a file name that determine which program should open it. Follow these steps to choose whether Windows displays these file extensions. Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab, and then, under Advanced settings, do one of the following: To hide file extensions, select the Hide extensions for known file types check box, and then click OK. To display file extensions, clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box, and then click OK. My Daily Newspapers : http://goo.gl/CUghq Please Subscribe To Me On Youtube By Clicking On The Following Link: http://goo.gl/fqhE8B -- Copyright © Nawaf Dandachi
Views: 989 Nawaf Dandachi
Move the paging file to other patition on Windows XP
 
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Move the paging file to other patition on Windows XP 1.Prepare - XP61 : OS Windows XP 2. Step by step - XP61 : + Computer - Tools tab - Folder options - View tab : - Uncheck "Hide protected operating system files ( Recommended ) - Yes - OK = show pagefile.sys + Start - Right click computer : Properties - Advanced tab - Performance - Settings... - Advanced tab- Virtual memory- change : + select C: - no paging file - Set + Select E: - Custom size : + Initial size ( MB ) : 2048 + Maximum sixe ( MB ) : 4096 - Set - OK + Restart + Check again.
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How To Delete Temporary Files Windows 7 using run | Delete Temp Files Windows 7 With Command
 
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How Delete Temporary Files Windows 7 using run | Delete Temp Files Windows 7 With Command, To delete the files and folders using the Windows Explorer, follow these instructions for Windows 7 systems: 1. Click Start 2. Click Run 3. Type %temp% in the search box 4. Click OK or press Enter to open the Temp folder 5. From the Tools menu, click Folder Options 6. The Folder Options window should now appear 7. Click the View tab 8. Under Hidden files and folders, check the Show hidden files and folders checkbox Click OK 9. Select all the files and folders you see in the Temp folder by pressing Ctrl + A 10. Press Shift + Delete key to delete the selected files and folders.Or, you can right-click on the selected files and folders, click Delete. Then empty the Recycle Bin. 11. Click Yes to confirm deletion ******************************************************************** Digital Marketing Consultant in delhi | Digital marketing Expert in india | Seo | Smo Expert in India LinkedIn: - https://in.linkedin.com/in/digital-marketing-expert-delhi Digital Marketing Consultant | Digital marketing Expert in Delhi |Seo | Smo Expert in India G+: https://plus.google.com/+UpendraKumarMauryaseogorakhpur Digital Marketing Consultant in gkp | Digital marketing Expert in Delhi |Seo | Smo Expert in India Twitter: - twitter.com/seogorakhpur Facebook Fan Page: -https://www.facebook.com/UpendraKumarsinghseo ********************************************************************
How to Hide and unhide folders without  Software in windows all
 
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in this video i show you how to hide/unhide any folder in windows 7,windows 8,windows 10 and windows xp. Subscribe My Channel First. For More Update Visit My Below Links Website Link www.mnsoftbd.com Facebook Link https://www.facebook.com/munna.mn By default, Windows Explorer does not display files with the Hidden attribute. However, there is an easy way of showing hidden files and folders in Windows. Hidden files and folders will appear dimmed to indicate they are not typical items and they are usually program or system files that should not be deleted or changed. NOTE: In addition to the Hidden files and folders option discussed in this post, hidden files and folders can be viewed when using search, or using the “dir /a” (without the quotes) command in the command prompt window. To access the Hidden files and folders options, open My Computer in Windows XP, or Computer in Windows 7, and select Folder Options from the Tools menu. When you click the View tab on the Folder Options dialog box, you may encounter a situation where both radio buttons under Hidden files and folders are checked.
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Hide folder from your computer on windows 7,8,9,10(Full Video 2017 Update)Without any software.
 
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Hide folder from your computer on windows 7,8,9,10. You can hide your personal folder from the computer.No one can find that you have a personal folder on your computer.For security, you can make this kind of invisible folder. You may at times required to hide your folders in Windows 7,8,9,10 Well the simplest way you can do is by right-clicking the folder, selecting Properties and under the General tab, check the Hidden checkbox, ensuring that Don’t show hidden files, folders, or drives in the Folders Options is also checked.Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, and Vista hide important files and folders from view to keep users from deleting or otherwise modifying files they shouldn’t, but a simple checkbox can change that behavior. The dialog has remained the same forever, but how to get to the dialog has changed a little in each version. Almost anyone knows how to make a “hidden” folder in Windows, but then again almost anyone knows how to make explorer show hidden folders. Let’s take a look at how to make a folder so hidden, only you will know its there. Anyone that has used Windows for a while knows that they can right-click on a file or folder and edit its properties, more so its attributes to make it a so-called “hidden” file or folder. The problem is that just as many people know you can show files and folders that have the “hidden” attribute by simply changing a radio button under the folder view options. The easiest way to make a real hidden file or folder is to mark it as an important operating system file, that way Windows won’t display it even if explorer is set to display hidden files and folders. To do this we need to launch a command prompt, so press the Win + R key combination and type cmd then hit the enter button. In Windows XP, open Windows Explorer, click Tools, and then Folder Options. Click the View tab and under Advanced settings make sure that “Do not show hidden files and folders” is selected. In Windows Vista and Windows 7, click Organize in Windows Explorer, then Folder and Search Options. Click the View tab and under Advanced settings make sure that “Do not show hidden files and folders” is selected. In Windows 8, click the Options menu in the top-right corner of the window and select “Change folder and search options.” Click the View tab and under Advanced settings make sure that “Do not show hidden files, folders, and drives” is selected.Hidden files are usually hidden for good reason - they're often very important files and being hidden from view makes them harder to change or delete. But what if you want to see those hidden files? There are many good reasons you might want to show hidden files and folders in your searches and folder views but most of the time it's because you're dealing with a Windows problem and you need access to one of these important files to edit or delete. On the other hand, if hidden files are, in fact, showing but you instead want to hide them, it's just a matter of reversing the toggle. Fortunately, it's really easy to show or hide hidden files and folders in Windows. This change is made in Control Panel. The specific steps involved in configuring Windows to show or hide hidden files depends on, on which operating system you happen to be using.Privacy is very important for your personal and important files in PC or laptop but at your home, you cannot provide that much security to your files because your brothers, sisters and other family members may sometimes use your PC any time without your permission. So, friends no worries here is the other way to maintain privacy with your files and folders without having to lock them out. Yes, you can hide your important files & folders in your computer very easily. In fact, there are many tricks to hide folders in Windows 7 but many of them would not work because of your laptop configuration or generation. The trick that I’m going to share with you is a universal method to hide folders in Windows 7. Actually, It is the built in a facility provided with Windows to hide folders and files without having any trouble.
Views: 5 SKY NET
Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 8 by Britec
 
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Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 8 by Britec Windows has a feature that will hide certain files and folders so that you are not able to see them while exploring the files and folders on your computer system. What are the hidden files? these files are system files, Windows hides these type of System files so that they are not be renamed or deleted. Malware also likes to hide in these hidden folders, so thats why its a good idea to know how to show them. http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk
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How to Show File Extensions in Windows 7?
 
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This tutorial will walk you through some basic techniques to display file extensions in windows 7 using the folder options panel. A file extension is a character set assigned to every file at the end of its name. These set of characters or file extensions are used to determine which program or application can open the file. File extensions of known file types are hidden by default in windows due to system security reasons. However Windows 7 has an option to display known file extensions by making a small adjustment in folder options. This tutorial will show you how to enable the Windows 7 display of file extensions using the folder options. Step # 1 -- Open the Folder Options In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to show file extensions in windows 7 using different methods. First of all, go to the "Start" Menu, open the "Control Panel" and click on the "Folder Options" to open it. Step # 2 -- Disable the Hide File Extensions Option Once the "folder options" panel opens, move over to the "View" tab, deselect the "Hide extensions for known file types" option and click on the "OK" button to save these settings and exit. Now you can see the file extension of every file along with its name. Step # 3 -- Open the Folder Option from the Start Menu Alternately, you can open up the "Start" Menu, type in "Folder Options" in the search box and click on its icon from the menu to open the Folder Options Panel. Once the Folder Options are open, you can adjust the required settings so that Windows 7 display of file extensions that were previously hidden is now possible. Step # 4 -- Open Windows Explorer There is another way to open the Folder Options. First open Windows Explorer by searching it from the "Start" menu. Step # 5 -- Open the Folder Options from the "Tools" Menu Once windows explorer is open, press the "ALT" key on the keyboard to display the "File" menu. Now move over to the "Tools" menu and click on the "Folder Options" from the list to open it. From here now by adjusting the relevant settings you can show file extensions in Windows 7 which were previously hidden.
Views: 10 Game Center
How to remove maq.exe
 
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Goto safe mode command prompt~~in command type in "explorer.exe"~~Go to any folder and unhidden files and folders which is under tools and folder options and view tab~~ Go to the c drive and look for folder called restore file called autorun.inf and delete them If you don't wanna do all the stuff I have a batch file program that will do it for you, but your gonna have to email it to me so " [email protected] " is my email and don't worry about spam I wouldn't waste my time sending whole bunch emails just the software and how to use it good luck! :D! if you don't trust me Then just do the manual or send me email so I can tell you how
Views: 236 MsShadow120
Increase your computer speed instantly!! Faster menus!
 
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Increase your computer speed instantly!! Top 12 Ways to Speed Up Your Computer After a while, all computers start to slow down. The pop-ups start to invade your desktop. The programs take longer to load and the computer sounds like a freight train every time you start it up. Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do before calling in the repair man. Here are 12 of the top ways to speed up your computer. 1. Defragment your computer. The defrag tool can be found by going to the start menu, to programs, accessories, system tools and then clicking on the defragementation tool. It may take several hours to properly defrag a hard drive, especially if you haven't done it in a while. However, the resulting gain in speed will be well worth it. Quick Note: For best performance, you should delete any unnecessary files before defragmenting your drives. 2. Add additional memory. Adding RAM to your system is one of the best ways to speed up your computer. 3. Clear your Internet cache for faster browsing speeds. 4. Delete your cookies. 5. Use keyboard shortcuts. 6. Empty your Temp Directory on a regular basis. The temp directory can quickly fill up with hundreds of temp files over time, which can slow things down immensely. To delete Temp files, you must first make sure that NO programs are open. If you are using Windows 95, 98 or Me, go to C:WindowsTemp and delete everything inside the Temp folder. If you are using Windows 2000 or XP, the process is a bit trickier. First, you must make sure that you can see hidden folders. To do this, double-click on My Computer. Click on the Tools pull-down menu, and then click on Folder Options. Click on the View tab. Scroll down and click on Show Hidden Files and Folders. click Ok. Now you can go to C:Documents and SettingsUSERLocal SettingsTemp folder and delete everything there. 7. Install and run a good Antivirus program on a regular basis. One of the best Antivirus programs is a free piece of software called AVG Antivirus. 8. Get rid of Spyware. Lots of computers have Spyware and don't even know it. Some of the warning signs include: * computer running extremely slow for no apparent reason * computer has been taking you to websites that you don't want to go to * you get pop-ups even when you're not on the Internet. If your computer has any of these symptoms, you are likely to be infected with Spyware. Some of the best solutions include AdAware SE and SpyBot Search and Destroy. 9. Streamline MSCONFIG. Many computers have unnecessary programs running in the background which can cause a huge decrease in performance. You can use a utility called MSCONFIG to turn off unnecessary Start Up items that are robbing your system of memory and processing power. To run MSCONFIG, click on the Start Menu and click on run. In the run dialog box, type msconfig and press "ok". 10. Uninstall unused programs and files. Let's face it. After a while, there are a number of programs and files that we simply don't use anymore. Give your computer a performance boost and get rid of them. To delete programs completely, you must first go to the Control Panel and click on Add or Remove Programs. 11. Run disk clean up. Disk clean up can be found by going to the start menu, to programs, accessories, system tools and then clicking on Disk Cleanup. 12. If you're running Windows XP, turning off the fancy graphics will cause a noticeable increase in the speed up your computer. First, go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, System. You may need to "Switch to Classic Mode" to see the System applet. Next, go to the Advanced tab. Click on the Settings button under Performance. Select the "Adjust for best performance" radio button. Click Apply and then OK. The graphics aren't as slick, but your computer will run a lot faster.
how to free space from hard disk.avi
 
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learn how to free some space from hard disk to enable the showing of hidden folders, do the following:- 1. go to my computer and click on tools 2. click on folder options and then a pop up window will open 3. now go to 'view' tab and look for the option 'hidden files and folders' 4. select 'show hidden files and folders' and apply the changes anyway enjoy the video.............
Views: 187 akshaykumar1196
How to Make Your PC Faster
 
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Top 12 Ways to Speed Up Your Computer After a while, all computers start to slow down. The pop-ups start to invade your desktop. The programs take longer to load and the computer sounds like a freight train every time you start it up. Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do before calling in the repair man. Here are 12 of the top ways to speed up your computer. 1. Defragment your computer. The defrag tool can be found by going to the start menu, to programs, accessories, system tools and then clicking on the defragementation tool. It may take several hours to properly defrag a hard drive, especially if you haven't done it in a while. However, the resulting gain in speed will be well worth it. Quick Note: For best performance, you should delete any unnecessary files before defragmenting your drives. 2. Add additional memory. Adding RAM to your system is one of the best ways to speed up your computer. 3. Clear your Internet cache for faster browsing speeds. 4. Delete your cookies. 5. Use keyboard shortcuts. 6. Empty your Temp Directory on a regular basis. The temp directory can quickly fill up with hundreds of temp files over time, which can slow things down immensely. To delete Temp files, you must first make sure that NO programs are open. If you are using Windows 95, 98 or Me, go to C:WindowsTemp and delete everything inside the Temp folder. If you are using Windows 2000 or XP, the process is a bit trickier. First, you must make sure that you can see hidden folders. To do this, double-click on My Computer. Click on the Tools pull-down menu, and then click on Folder Options. Click on the View tab. Scroll down and click on Show Hidden Files and Folders. click Ok. Now you can go to C:Documents and SettingsUSERLocal SettingsTemp folder and delete everything there. 7. Install and run a good Antivirus program on a regular basis. One of the best Antivirus programs is a free piece of software called AVG Antivirus. 8. Get rid of Spyware. Lots of computers have Spyware and don't even know it. Some of the warning signs include: * computer running extremely slow for no apparent reason * computer has been taking you to websites that you don't want to go to * you get pop-ups even when you're not on the Internet. If your computer has any of these symptoms, you are likely to be infected with Spyware. Some of the best solutions include AdAware SE and SpyBot Search and Destroy. 9. Streamline MSCONFIG. Many computers have unnecessary programs running in the background which can cause a huge decrease in performance. You can use a utility called MSCONFIG to turn off unnecessary Start Up items that are robbing your system of memory and processing power. To run MSCONFIG, click on the Start Menu and click on run. In the run dialog box, type msconfig and press "ok". 10. Uninstall unused programs and files. Let's face it. After a while, there are a number of programs and files that we simply don't use anymore. Give your computer a performance boost and get rid of them. To delete programs completely, you must first go to the Control Panel and click on Add or Remove Programs. 11. Run disk clean up. Disk clean up can be found by going to the start menu, to programs, accessories, system tools and then clicking on Disk Cleanup. 12. If you're running Windows XP, turning off the fancy graphics will cause a noticeable increase in the speed up your computer. First, go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, System. You may need to "Switch to Classic Mode" to see the System applet. Next, go to the Advanced tab. Click on the Settings button under Performance. Select the "Adjust for best performance" radio button. Click Apply and then OK. The graphics aren't as slick, but your computer will run a lot faster.
Views: 21472 SunnaInfo
How to select multiple files and folders using checkboxes ?
 
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Having trouble in selecting multiple files and folders, Use checkboxes to do it quickly. Here are the steps to enable this feature on your computer. Open Windows Explorer 1.In Windows Explorer click Tools and then Folder Options. 2. In Folder Options click the View tab. 3. In the View tab, check the "Use check boxes to select items" option, as shown in the picture below. 4. Click Apply and then Click Ok to save the change. Do subscribe this channel and share your comments.
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How To Show Encrypted or Compressed NTFS File In Color
 
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How to hide a files/folders and open it In windows 8
 
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Follow These Steps to Display Hidden Files and Folders. Open Folder Options by Clicking the Start button , Clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance And Personalization, and then Clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab. Under Advanced Settings, click Show Hidden files and Folders, And Then click OK.
How to find the virus which creates shortcut
 
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Hello, partners! In the last time we often get tickets from your side about simple viruses on pendrive. These viruses create shortcut on pendrive and hide all user's data on it when user connects this pendrive to his PC. There are hundreds modifications of these viruses appear every day and some of them can’t be added to our Antivirus Bases at once. We understand that users need a quick support. So for more operative resolving these issues we had created this video for your technical support team. With these recommendations your specialists will know how to discover some simple viruses on user's PC and will be able to collect files of viruses for our Antivirus Laboratory at once. After collecting files they will know what files of viruses may be deleted and how to clean PC manually in emergency situation. It helps your support team be more qualified. So, let's start! There is the operation system which is infected by one of these simple viruses. We know it because when we connect the pendrive with our data to this PC we find only shortcut on it. Antivirus do not find any malicious files on our PC. For detection the virus please go to pendrive and find shortcut → then click one time right on button of mouse and choose “Properties”. In the window “Properties” find “Target” and find value of it. In “Target” you will see all location and name of file of virus. Please, copy it. Then open “explore.exe” (for example, “My PC”). And go to location of file of virus, which you had copied. This file may be hidden. Please, change the settings for files: on Windows XP go to → “Tools” → “Folder options”. Find “View” tab – choose “Show hidden files and folders” and uncheck “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)”. Press “Ok” and “Apply”. On Windows Vista and 7 you will find “Folder options” in “Organize” → “Folder and search options”. On Windows 8 you will find it in “View” → “Options” → “Change folder and search options”. So we are in the needed location and we have found needed file. But often you will not be able to do something with this file because there is some malicious process is run on this PC and it protects this file. So you will have no access to it. For unblocking this file we recommend you to open “Task Manager Windows” on this PC and go to tab “Processes”. Press the button “Show processes from all users”. Then find the process with the name of file of virus or with the name “wscript.exe” (from “c:\windows\system32\wscript.exe”). Choose this process and press button “End process”. Then open location of file of virus and add this file or files to the archive and set the password on this archive. Attach this file with screenshot and STR report to the ticket to our bugtracker. After this actions or in the case if you are not able to find the file of viruses we recommend you to do the next: 1) open STR report → file “!Srt_Report.html” 2) You will see the table “Process List” 3) find all processes, which start not from standard location. Standard locations are: c:\windows\system32\, c:\program files\, c:\program files x86\ and like that, from the folder of some program. But viruses often start from other locations, for example: C:\Users\%Urername%\AppData\Local C:\Users\%Urername%\AppData\Local\Temp c:\users\%Urername%\AppData\roaming and other strange location. But please be careful: some browsers like Google software may starts from this location too. 4) Attention: usually process of viruses doesn’t have Description and doesn’t have Copyright (or one of this item). Find the processes like that in the “Process List”. Collect these files and attach to your ticket too. 5) Go to tables “Autorun files from registry” and “Autorun files from StartUP” in “!Srt_Report.html”. Find the processes from strange location, collect them and attach to the ticket, please. Only after attaching all these files you can clean user's PC manually. The algorithm of manual deleting this virus we will describe in the next video. In the case if you will collect all needed files in this case we will be able to check them and forwarded them to our Antivirus Laboratory immediately and we will help users operatively.
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Outlook 2013 tutorial: Customizing the inbox | lynda.com
 
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See how to customize the layout of your Outlook 2013 inbox. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Office-tutorials/Outlook-2013-Essential-Training/111782-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-bus-KCMtEYQxeKs. This tutorial is a single movie from the Outlook 2013 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Jess Stratton. The complete course duration is 3 hours and 4 minutes long and shows how to manage your email inbox and calendars better with Outlook Introduction 1. Getting Started 2. Adding and Connecting Accounts 3. Reading Mail 4. Organizing Mail 5. Creating and Sending Mail 6. Creating and Working with Contacts 7. Working with the Calendar 8. Creating Tasks and Notes 9. Working with Outlook Data Conclusion
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