Clean-up your right-click context menu and eliminate any lag (delay) associated with right-clicking files and folders.
A quick and simple way to tackle broken installations and uninstallations.
Several windows system optimisation utilities and technology blogs reccomend periodically cleaning the prefetch folder to improve performance. Not only is this stupid but also counterproductive and can result in significant degradation of system performance.
By default, Windows Vista and Windows 7 can use up to 4 GB of memory. Learn how you can enable support for up to 64 GB with an easy to use patch.
My Windows 7 was working fine with 2GB ram but was crashing (BSOD) with 4GB RAM. Learn how I fixed stopped the crashes.
Port Forwarding is essential, if you wish to get good download speeds in BitTorrent Clients. Learn what does Port Forwarding mean, why is it essential and how to configure your router to enable port forwarding.
Network Lights is a free software which allows you to use your Keyboard LEDs as network activity (upload/download) indicator.
Although BDODs (Blue Screen of Deaths) are commonly associated with hardware errors, they are often caused by malfunctioning drivers and system software. WhoCrashed automatically analyses Crash Dumps and identifies the cause of a BSOD.
Windows Seven features a revamped Display Properties dialogue. With a little effort you can get a similar looking Display Properties in Windows XP
Smooth Scrolling makes the content seamlessly flow in and out of your screen while scrolling. It eliminates suddent jumps and reduces eye strain.
I am sure all of you have noticed the numerous svchost.exe entries in your task manager. Many of you may have wondered exactly what is svchost.exe? Svchost stands for Service Host. A service is a program that runs in the background and often provides critical functionalities required for functioning of other applications. During the booting […]