Thursday, July 28, 2011

close 3 gaps on windows xp now!

Windows operating system still suffers from some gaps, Especially on the XP system, widely adopted.
These gaps can be exploited by hackers to access your computers!.
Come all to stand like a dam from this gaps and protect our Windows XP from the hack.

First gap
Is one of the dangerous gates and spywares, To close them just do the following:

1 - Start –> Control Panel –> Folder Options.

2 – go to File Types tab.

3 – Search for Windows Script Host Settings File.

4 – Click Delete.

5 – The next windows click on Yes.

Second gap

It is (simple file sharing)

1 - Always stay on the same window, But this time we go to the View tab.

2 – Search for Use Simple File Sharing (Recommended).

3 – remove the tick , Then click Apply like the picture:

Third gap
1 - Start –> Control Panel –> Internet Options.

2 – go to Advanced tab.

3 – Make a tick on Do net save encrypted pages to disk (see the picture).

 4 – Click OK.

Now we have closed the three gaps, which poses some danger to our devices!

Thanks for reading

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Some DLL files missed?, Use this tip!

If you regularly encounter errors (such as warnings of missing DLL files or programs do not load) and you think that some part of Windows XP, you can check your system files to ensure that they are in good condition.

Foremost get Windows XP CD/DVD into the CD/DVD Drive

The Tip:

1 - Click on Start
2 - Click on Run

3 - then type this command :

sfc /scannow

4 - Then click on OK.

Wait until the process is complete

This will check all your Windows system files to see if they have been edited or changed.
If they have, it should be able to replace them with backups, but if it can not find them on your hard drive so it will be necessary to copy from your Windows XP CD or DVD

If you have some problems with the tip I'm here!

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Add Copy To and Move To to right click!

Do you want to move your files to any folder by one click?, yeah! just one right click and your files transferred.
Let's do this from the Registry Editor.


1 - Click on Start.
2 - Click on Run.

3 - then type this command to open the Registry Editor:


4 - click on OK.

5 - Then Follow the path in the Registry Editor:

 HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT –> AllFilesystemObjects –> shellex –> ContextMenuHandlers

6 – Right-Click on ContextMenuHandlers folder then:
New –> Key

 7 – Give it this name:
 Copy To

8 – Click on Copy to folder, in right side Double-Click on (Default)


9 – Give it this Value:


10 – Click OK.

Congratulations! Copy to have been added to your computer!.


We return to the same path (step 5), to add Move To option.

1 - Right-Click on ContextMenuHandlers folder then:
New –> Key

2– Give it this name:

 Move To

3– Click on Move To folder, in the right side Double-Click on (Default).


4– Give it this Value:


5– Click OK.

Congratulations! Copy to have been added to your computer.

Close the Registry Editor, now right click on anything you want to move or copy it,  you will notice the two options in the drop menu.

Any questionI'm here!