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"Lock the taskbar" Option is Grayed Out

If the Lock the taskbar option is grayed out under Taskbar and Start Menu Properties, a registry change can solve the issue.

Posted:2008-04-11, 1606 views

"WAB.DLL is missing or corrupt" Error

If you are using Microsoft Outlook after installing Windows Vista, you may get an error:

Posted:2008-05-25, 2488 views

0745f2780 referenced memory at 000000000

The instruction at 0745f2780 referenced memory at 000000000. The memory could not be read.

Posted:2008-08-09, 2270 views

Access Previous Versions of a File Using Shadow Copy

Shadow Copy allows keeps previous copies of files. It enables you to rescue data in the event that you totally messed something up or removed data from a file that you want to get back. To use this feature, you must be using the Ultimate, Business, or Enterprise version of Windows Vista.

Posted:2008-04-30, 1672 views

Add Program to Right-Click Menu

When you right click on any folder, you can have access to that application in the context menu, the same as using Open With.

Posted:2008-12-14, 1742 views

Add/Remove List Blank

When you try to use the Add/Remove Programs feature in the Windows XP control panel, you may have a problem because the list of programs or Currently installed programs comes up blank and never appears.

Posted:2009-03-07, 1710 views

Adjust Windows Vista Indexing

Windows Vista works in the background to automatically index all the files in the Start Menu, user profile folders and files setup for offline access by default. If you have many files in these locations and the files change often, the indexing service may slow down your system''s performance. You can adjust the parameters of the indexing service, though, thusly:

Posted:2008-12-14, 1795 views

Allow IE More Download Threads

Have you ever tried to download more than 2 files from the same website and noticed the third download doesn''t start until one of the prior two are done? The reason for this is that the HTTP 1.1 spec says that only two connections may be allowed at a time, so your browser adheres to that limit.

Posted:2008-11-15, 1749 views

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