Here is the ultimate Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) remover for those who are getting annoyed by the Windows Genuine Advantage popping up every few second.
Windows Defender is an anti-spyware product from Microsoft which prevents and removes spyware in Microsoft Windows. It was originally known as Microsoft Anti Spyware. It is available for free download for Windows XP which it is enabled by default in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
There would have surely been instances when while opening or running Task manager you’d notice that the task manager top-level menu bar and tabs would not be visible i.e. they would be missing. To fix this issue follow the instructions below.
The most exasperating experience we can ever go through is when our computer crashes or causes trouble due to virus. These trojans can actually hide themselves into the system and cause trouble enough to disable our windows task manager, registry editor, folder options and the show hidden files and folders option.
You might have heard about the concept of adding extra and additional RAM, improve the performance of computers. A relatively new introduction to this concept is the idea of Windows his connection was given to this cyst by the manufacturers of ReadyBoost. This is meant for Windows Vista and has been launched by Microsoft.
Most new laptops or desktops sold these days come with preinstalled Windows Vista. Vista is not one of the most user friendly operating systems but if we’re looking at downgrading from Vista to Windows XP that’s not as easy as it should be either.
While you are trying to delete .exe files from the desktop you get a message saying: Cannot delete file: cannot read from the source file or disk (Windows XP) or File in use: The action can’t be completed because the file is open in another program (Windows Vista).
You get a message saying Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator, which means your PC got infected with a virus, and you can no longer access to your task manager.
Have you installed 4GB amount of memory (RAM), but Windows is reporting only 3.3GB or some random number which is not correct? Problem is if you have 32 bit processor and 32 bit OS, it can address 2^32 addresses which is no more than 4GB of RAM.
Follow this tip to fix an issue with Vista saying “BOOTMGR is missing” while trying to boot your computer.