Tips For All Operat...

Tips For All Operating Systems  


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February 4, 2020 11:01 pm  
Tips For All Operating Systems
Windows me, which Microsoft designed and introduced with more home users in mind, has now replaced almost all Windows 98s and has been widely used for quite some time. However, there are still many aspects of Windows me that remain undiscovered. In addition, with the use of these hidden features that Microsoft has not announced to users, it is possible to reach many additional features that have been lacking in this operating system so far. Windows XP, which is offered as an alternative to Windows 2000 for more professionals, is also able to find such secrets that make it practical to use. If you want to get more performance from your computer or get the features you previously felt you needed, you can evaluate these tips.

Windows 9x / ME

Adding a warning message to the operating system boot

If you are working on a computer that uses more than one user and has Windows 98/me installed on it, you may want to leave a warning note to other users when you are not on the computer.This can be achieved with a simple change under registry. First open the Registry Editor with regedit

Locate the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Winlogon key. Then, right-click the panel on the right, select New/String, create a string value named LegalNoticeCaption, and press OK. Repeat the similar process and create a second string value, this time called LegalNoticeText. Now double-click the string values of LegalNoticeText and LegalNoticeCaption respectively,

you can enter the article and topic you want to announce here. After that, every time you restart the computer, this warning message will appear before users before windows opens.

Windows 9x / NT4. 0/2000 / ME

Getting rid of IE title bar in full screen mode

You can use this tip for all versions of Microsoft internet Explorer, starting with version 4.00. If you like to use internet Explorer full screen, but do not want to display the menu bar, you can still make small changes to the registry to achieve this request. However, remember to take a backup of the key that you will change anyway to return to the old-fashioned way. To do this, first run regedit and locate the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar key. You can then select this key and export the record file with the option 1E-ex.You can save it under REG and start editing. First, close all open IE browsers if they exist. Then open a notepad and carefully type the following text here, without making any errors in the numbers, and click IEBAR.Save it under the name REG.



Microsoft \ lnternet Explorer\Toolbar]

"Theater" =hex: 0c, 00, 00,00, 4 c,

00,00,00,74,00,00,00,18,00,00,00, lb,

00,00,00,5 c,\

00,00,00,01,00,00,00, e0, 00, 00, 00,a0, 0f,


00,00,02,00,00,00,21,00,00,00,a0. 0f.00,

00,04,00,00,00,01,00,00,00,a0, 0f, 00,\


Now you can add the data into the registry by double-clicking on this file you created, and the next time you start internet Explorer, you will see that the title bar is not in full screen mode. If you get tired of this mode, it's the IE-esque you created earlier.You can go back to the old shape by double-clicking on the REG file.

Windows 2000 / XP

Stop MSN Messenger, which starts automatically

If you are using MSN Messenger 4.5 or 4.6, you can block this program, which occurs when you open Hotmail or any other site, with a very small registry setting. To do this, run regedit and locate the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\ {f3a614dc-ABEO-lld2-A441-ooc04f 795683} \LocalServer32 key. After you have made a backup of this key, MSMSGS will be able to restore it later.Delete the line that points to the full path of the EXE file. To do this, double-click the (default) string value and delete the value in it. MSN Messenger will no longer start automatically.