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very informative article!
Posted 15 months ago
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Clean Start Menu and Registry Entries
Second article of the series, Windows XP Tip of the Month. Optimize your operating system for faster performance.
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To view the header, select File | Info | Properties. (Added to article above too.)
Posted 7 years ago
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Outlook 2010/2013 View Email Source, HTML, and Header
To view the source code of an HTML email as text like you could in Outlook 2003, select Actions | Other Actions | View Source in the Move panel of the ribbon. Also available on the same menu is Message Header and View in Browser.
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thanks.it not give too much impact on performance.but,must be trying. several list is same to windows 10.--- win10 user
Posted 52 months ago
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Disable Unused Windows Services
Optimize your Windows performance by disabling unused Windows Services.
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Great job. It worked. Thank you. --- Jonathon
Posted 7 years ago
Regarding...
Outlook 2010/2013 View Email Source, HTML, and Header
To view the source code of an HTML email as text like you could in Outlook 2003, select Actions | Other Actions | View Source in the Move panel of the ribbon. Also available on the same menu is Message Header and View in Browser.
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Thank you - this worked for me.  It showed me all of the HTML code for the email.  I had tried the registry code (SaveAllMIMENotJustHeaders) that other sites recommended and that did not work --- Corey
Posted 7 years ago
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Outlook 2010/2013 View Email Source, HTML, and Header
To view the source code of an HTML email as text like you could in Outlook 2003, select Actions | Other Actions | View Source in the Move panel of the ribbon. Also available on the same menu is Message Header and View in Browser.
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Hey Mike, Just last night I was wondering how to differentiate among the svchost processes so I could get rid of the ones that didn't serve my purposes. How fortunate that your newsletter gave me the answer.  Thanks! Kristen,
Posted 7 years ago
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See Inside svchost.exe
See what services are running inside of SvcHost.EXE. See what is causing your 99% CPU usage.
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GOT MINE CHEAPER FULL BLOWN 7 PRO 199.00 FOR 6 COPIES 3 32 bit and 3 64 help to have higher ed backing my cost down for grunt work~!~
Posted 7 years ago
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Windows 7 Pricing Announced
The Windows 7 Home, Professional, and Ultimate editions will retail at a lower price than Vista. The upgrade pricing is available for XP and Vista users but XP users will have to perform a clean install.
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{Too Long!}
Posted 7 years ago
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Outlook 2010/2013 View Email Source, HTML, and Header
To view the source code of an HTML email as text like you could in Outlook 2003, select Actions | Other Actions | View Source in the Move panel of the ribbon. Also available on the same menu is Message Header and View in Browser.
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I couldn't do the show hidden device drivers trick on Win 7 --- Mamacita
Posted 9 years ago
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Show Not Present Hidden Drivers in Device Manager
Right click on My Computer and select the Properties menu option then select the Advanced tab (in Vista, select the Advanced system settings then the Advanced tab). Click the Environment Variables button then the New button and add the following:
  • name = devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices
  • value = 1
  • Select Ok twice to close the Environment Variables dialog. In Device Manager on the Hardware tab, select View | Show Hidden Devices. Now both hidden devices and non-present devices will be listed. The non-present devices are grayed out.
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    {Too Long!}
    Posted 10 years ago
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    Boot failure, XP
    Machines running Windows XP hang up during POST (power-on self-test). This problem is bizarre and hard to trace -- but super easy to fix.

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