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Thursday, January 20, 2022
Hidden tricks and tips inside Windows

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Malwarebytes for Windows is a next-generation antivirus replacement. The first of its kind for home users, Malwarebytes for Windows employs four independent technology modules—anti-malware, anti-ransomware, anti-exploit, and malicious website protection—to block and remove both known and unknown threats.
The personal firewall manages and monitors all incoming and outgoing traffic and shields you from hackers, malware and other online threats that put your privacy at risk.
Backup the Registry
As always, proceed with caution where the Windows Registry is concerned. But here is good practice just the wheels come off the cart at some point.
You can do this via the regedit command: Type regedit in the Start menu RUN box, then choose File > Export from the resulting Registry Editor window. Make sure All is selected under Export range.
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Where is the menu bar in Internet Explorer
In a few major Windows apps, the familiar old top menu bar has disappeared. (That is, the one containing the File, View, and such crucial menus.)
To keep the menu bar always visible in Internet Explorer 8, first hit the Alt key to bring up the bar (comprising File, Edit, View, Favorites, and so on). Then, right-click on the menu bar itself. On the context menu that pops up, you’ll see that the Menu Bar entry (the topmost in the list) is not checked off. Left-click on Menu Bar to check it, and that should lock the old-school bar back in its familiar place:
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Things to Know
  • F1: Help
  • CTRL+ESC: Open Start menu
  • ALT+TAB: Switch between open programs
  • ALT+F4: Quit program
  • SHIFT+DELETE: Delete item permanently
  • Windows Logo+L: Lock the computer (without using CTRL+ALT+DELETE)
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Change a Network Type
The most common reason many people have to change a network type is because they want to create or join a HomeGroup. Or something changed on the adapter If you want to use a HomeGroup, every computer needs to be on a home network. You can use the same process for changing any network type.
  1. Choose Start→Control Panel and, under the Network and Internet heading, click the View Network Status and Taskslink.

    Windows shows you the Network and Sharing Center.

  2. In the box marked View Your Active Networks, click the link that mentions the network type you now have.

  3. In this case, we’ll click the Public Network link to change a public network to a home network, so we click the Public Network link. Windows shows you the Set Network Location dialog box.

  4. Choose the type of network you want to use. In this case, click Home so we can create a HomeGroup.

  5. The Set Network Location dialog box closes. When you switch to a home network type, Windows invites you to either start a new HomeGroup or, if a HomeGroup exists, join it.

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Windows Snap
Smart Window or Snap, allows the user to view two windows side-by-side in Windows 7 without having to manually re-sizing either window. This is also useful if you don't want to use Alt-Tab between 2 windows. If you are running an earlier version of Windows such as Windows XP or Windows Vista see the Split and arrange open windows tip for suggestions.
  1. Click and Drag on the top title bar of the first window so your mouse pointer hits either the left or right side of your screen. Let go of the window when you see the outline of the window re-size to ½ of the screen.
  2. Then choose the other window you wish to view on the side of the first window. Click and Drag the 2nd window to the opposite side of the screen until the mouse pointer hits the side of the screen and resizes to the other ½ of the screen.
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