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Use These Tricks to Recover Lost Files In Windows 7 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie If you are willing to pay up, there are professional services to recover lost files but they are not cheap. You may have to go to a local PC repair shop and seek advice. We can't make commercial recommendations here. view
Metadata in Your Files May Reveal Hidden Personal Information You Didn’t Know About 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie Metadata in photographs is mentioned in the second paragraph of the article. view
What will be New in the Upcoming Windows 8.1 Update 1 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie If you check our site, you'll find: http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/best-free-windows-8-start-menu-r... view
Three Little-Known Windows Accessories that Will Surprise You 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie Do you have Home Premium? view
How to Move Windows 7 Personal Folders Like My Documents to Another Drive 1 year 9 months ago v.laurie Don't call the new folder "Desktop". Why not maintain the old folder structure? It will keep things clearer. If you are moving "Documents" why not stick with that? view
How to Move Windows 7 Personal Folders Like My Documents to Another Drive 1 year 8 months ago v.laurie Have you checked the space on your C: drive before and after the move? The point of this move is to maintain the references to the old location even when folders have been moved elsewhere by creating symbolic links. Otherwise, you would just move the files the conventional way. Symbolic links are explained in this article: http://windows7tips.com/symlinks-definition.html view
How to Move Windows 7 Personal Folders Like My Documents to Another Drive 1 year 8 months ago v.laurie The point of this move is to maintain the references to the old location even when folders have been moved elsewhere by creating symbolic links. Otherwise, you would just move the files the conventional way. view
Three Little-Known Windows Accessories that Will Surprise You 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie Maybe you have the Home edition. view
The Free Tool RKill Can Help Clean a Malware Infected Computer 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie I prefer that too but many people don't have backups. They should, but they don't. view
How to Move Windows 7 Personal Folders Like My Documents to Another Drive 6 months 3 weeks ago v.laurie Cerainly sorry to hear you are having problems. Did you do a system backup before making changes? I don't use Outlook so I don't know the tool in this reference (http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/microsoft-office/fix-your-broken-outlook-...) but you might look into it. view
Why You Have Less Space on Your Hard Drive Than You Thought 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie What hard links are you referring to? As far as I know, none of the items in the article involves hard links. Windows uses "junctions" for some things but these are not hard links and anyway are not involved in this article's discussion. See http://windows7tips.com/symlinks-definition.html view
A Key Step to Being Safer Online That is Frequently Overlooked 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie I agree that email providers should have stringent security. However,many sites and services other than email providers use challenge questions as a security measure. Even if additional security tests are in place, it doesn't hurt to safeguard the answers to security challenge questions. view
How to Clean and Protect Your Android Device Against Ransomware 11 months 1 week ago v.laurie Depending on the nature of the infection, you may or may not be able to access the play store. For more information, try going to this Avast site where you can leave comments: https://blog.avast.com/2014/06/17/avast-kills-android-ransomware-with-ne... view
Google's Power Searching Course Now Available Online 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie Try http://www.powersearchingwithgoogle.com/course/ps/course.html view
How to Clean and Protect Your Android Device Against Ransomware 11 months 1 week ago v.laurie I have seen a clarification of what Avast was referring to as remote log in and will add it to the article. view
Five Small Free Utilities to Help with Windows Tasks 1 year 2 weeks ago v.laurie You are welcome BearPup. It's always nice to hear about a good use of a tip. view
Firefox and Chrome Browser Extensions that Check for Heartbleed 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie Thanks for telling us your experience. Others have also found that you have to reload. I haven't seen this problem in my own tests and I don't know what particular browser configuration or combination of add-ons causes what you experience. view
Heartbleed Effect: Passwords You Need to Change Now 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie Tony, there are people here who will be glad to help you. We have a forum for just that purpose. Go to http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/, log in and describe your problem there. Also, check your bank account right away by phone to make sure nothing is going on there. These articles can help you: http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-know-if-your-computer-infect... and http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-clean-infected-computer.htm Don't use your computer for banking or other sensitive business until you have made sure it is secure. You are right to be concerned about getting messages about the Group Policy Editor. view
Best Free Windows Store Apps 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Stanford University has an app that allows you to watch video lectures. Go to the Windows store and look for Stanford University view
Powerful Free Microsoft Security Tool EMET Now in Version 4.1 Update 1 year 2 weeks ago v.laurie EMET can certainly cause conflicts with other programs. Do you have anti-malware programs that might be conflicting? Have you checked out the information in http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/windows-emet-v4.html or http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/jj653751 or http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2458544 If you continue to have problems, try posting the details at the forum http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ or you could try Wilder's Security Forum http://www.wilderssecurity.com/ view
Firefox and Chrome Browser Extensions that Check for Heartbleed 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie You are right that there is considerable confusion about http vs. https sites. As to the Akamai patch, I am no expert in this area, but I believe they have said that the original bug has been rectified and they have reissued SSL certificates. Whether the update has been applied by everybody I don't know. Also, while Akamai is a major service in this area, there are others. Whether the various tests for the Heartbleed bug are 100% effective, I don't know. This whole situation continues to be a big mess. view
Best Free Windows Store Apps 1 year 11 months ago v.laurie Adobe Photoshop Express Free is now available at the Microsoft store. view
How to Fix Problems When Windows Installer or Uninstaller Doesn’t Work 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie Do you mean the link isn't working? I just tried it and it worked fine. view
Control Two PCs From One Mouse With This Freebie From Microsoft 11 months 5 days ago v.laurie This app was also the subject of this tip: http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/use-single-mouse-copy-paste-drag... view
Best Free Windows Store Apps 1 year 10 months ago v.laurie Take a look at Microsoft Research Video Library app: http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/microsoft-research-video-lib... view
Powerful Free Microsoft Security Tool EMET Now in Version 4.1 Update 7 months 3 weeks ago v.laurie I am certainly sorry to hear that you are having problems. From what you say I don't know what went wrong with your system. Removing it should be in Contriol Panel. Did you back up before installing EMET? Try posting your problem at the Microsoft EMET forum at http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/security/en-US/home?forum=emet. You can also try our forum http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ I am not familiar with this tool http://www.shouldiremoveit.com/EMET-99230-program.aspx but you can take a look at it. view
Best Free Windows Store Apps 1 year 6 months ago v.laurie If you happen to have a 3-D printer, Windows 8.1 now has an app for that: http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/3d-builder/75f3f766-13b3-45e... view
Google Offers Free Online Course in Advanced Power Searching (Time Limited) 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie @pooster: Thanks for telling us your experience with the previous course. That will be helpful for other readers. view
If You Don't Want to Appear in Google Ads, Read This 1 year 1 day ago v.laurie MikeR amd mjt328, you ask a good question. Personally, I think Google has not made it completely clear what the difference is between a plain Gmail account and a Google account. On this page (https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/76194?hl=en&ref_topic=2373943) Google says, "Here's how Gmail and Google Accounts are related. If you use Gmail, you already have a Google Account, and you can access: Free Google products, including Calendar, Google Groups, Picasa, Web History, and more." On the other hand, if you don't set up a public profile, there seems to be no privacy setting available. It appears that you need a Google+ account to get the privacy setting. Presumably, the type of endorsement that Google may use in ads comes from Google+ members actively clicking the G+ button on items or leaving comments. One reason it is hard to get a handle on what information Google collects and uses is that there are different types of tracking that Google uses. Gmail users have ads that are tailored to them and using Google search may let Google use your search history to tailor ads (discussed in this tip - http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-stop-google-keeping-record-e...). But ad-tracking is one thing and quoting you in an ad together with your picture is another. FWIW, here is the Google privacy policy - http://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ I stand ready to be corrected but I think users of Gmail alone will not find themselves quoted in Google ads. view
How to Quickly and Easily Update or Remove Java in Windows 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie Program Files is a protected folder in Windows 7. You can't just arbitrarily extract files there. You may have had something like an MSI installation setup for JavaRa before that allowed you to put stuff in Program Files. Anyway, applications like JavaRa that do not require installation can be run from any convenient accessible place. I have a separate folder on my systems just for programs like that. You can even run it from a USB flash drive. view
Google Offers Free Online Course in Advanced Power Searching (Time Limited) 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie Thanks for telling us your experience, olamoree. view
Google Offers Free Online Course in Advanced Power Searching (Time Limited) 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie Thanks for the info. view
How to Fix a Very Slow Windows 7 Downloads Folder 5 months 2 weeks ago v.laurie I have Windows 7 Pro and it works the way I have described. I don't know why it is different for you but thanks for pointing out an alternate way to get to the folder. In Windows, there are always several ways to do anything. view
Six Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 8.1 Update 1 year 3 weeks ago v.laurie Yes, "Home" takes you to the first icon in the top row. My icons are not always arranged all that orderly and I can get "End" to take me to different icons with slightly different arrangements. People who are tidier than I am probably don't have this problem. view
Heartbleed Effect: Passwords You Need to Change Now 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie You can check if sites are updated as described in links given in the preceding tip -http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-check-if-website-has-been-af.... view
Six Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 8.1 Update 1 year 3 weeks ago v.laurie Crombierob, you aren't the only one confused by the way Microsoft has decided to name things. There are two versions of Windows 8.1 - the original Windows 8.1 and the newer Windows 8.1 Update. It would certainly have been clearer if Windows 8.1 Update had been called Windows 8.2 or 8.1.1 or something like that. In any event, Windows 8.1 Update is different from Windows 8.1. Another unusual thing Microsoft is doing is to give only a limited time for Windows 8.1 to be upgraded to Windows 8.1 Update. For example, see this link: http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9247520/Microsoft_requires_migrat... view
Heartbleed Effect: Passwords You Need to Change Now 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie I am sorry but there has been a misunderstanding. I have not "advocated" changing passwords at infected sites. Let that be plain. With that made clear, let us call an end to this thread. view
Heartbleed Effect: Passwords You Need to Change Now 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie I did not miss your point. The problem with unpatched sites is discussed in references given in my first reply above. Also, if you read the referenced Mashable article that is the basis for the present article, you would see that the sites that are listed as needing a password change are sites that have patches for the bug already in place. view
How to Disable Java in Three Common Browsers 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie Old versions are unsafe. Running the browser sandboxed is a good idea. view
A Key Step to Being Safer Online That is Frequently Overlooked 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie You have asked a good question. The procedure to reset a password may vary from one email provider to the next but often you will have provided an alternate email address. For many people it is easy to find or guess their second address. At Yahoo, for example,they give a hint about the second address that makes the guessing easier. I suppose to be even safer you should try to keep your alternate address as obscure as possible. If your alternate is "yourname@aol.com" it won't be hard to guess. For some types of site all you need to do is answer the challenge question. view
Firefox and Chrome Browser Extensions that Check for Heartbleed 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie You can go to https://gist.github.com/dberkholz/10169691 and find sites that test as vulnerable in the list given there. However, I do not know what else is on these sites so you are on your own if you want to try them. I tried one in Firefox and the extension duly turned red. view
How to Clean and Protect Your Android Device Against Ransomware 11 months 1 week ago v.laurie As the article says, this is for one-time use to clean an infected system. If it finds ransomware, it removes it and decrypts any encrypted files. If it finds nothing wrong, then it gives a message to uninstall it. As the article says it isn't for preventing infection but for removing an infection and there is another app for prevention. Why you can't just leave it installed, I don't know. view
Three Ways to Find out Which Versions of the .NET Framework are Installed on a PC 11 months 1 week ago v.laurie The listing in Add/Remove Programs is often incomplete. view
Google's Power Searching Course Now Available Online 2 years 4 months ago v.laurie Thanks for the information. I will make a note in the body of the tip above. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie All I can say is that it worked for me on Windows 8 64-bit. I made two different shortcuts with no problem. The program itself has to go through a UAC challenge, of course. view
Best Free Technical Support Sites 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie We are unable to respond to individual support requests here. Please post details of your query in our forum: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie I've made several shortcuts on Windows 7 64-bit. Maybe your security software is blocking it. view
Tips for Making Windows 8 Easier to Use - Shortcuts to Access the Control Panel 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie That was covered in a previous tip. It is referenced in the current tip as the related tip "How to open a complete list of Windows 8 settings" at http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/three-tricks-make-windows-8-much... view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Are you running in a limited account? view
Tips for Making Windows 8 Easier to Use - Shortcuts to Access the Control Panel 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie Anupam, I had done the previous tip, "How to put commonly used folders and functions on the Desktop", and referenced it. I thought that would cover this method but I guess not. I'll take your advice and add it. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Thanks for telling us. I always appreciate it when people tell us how things resolved. view
Best Free Technical Support Sites 1 year 1 month ago v.laurie Tom's Hardware is a well known site but, as you indicate, it is hardware oriented so not really in the same category as those reviewed here. view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 2 years 3 weeks ago v.laurie For repair functions, you just use the disk and follow instructions. view
How to Create Strong Passwords that You Can Remember the Quick and Easy Way 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie "Replacing an A by 4 and an i by 1 is so outdated. Every password cracking tool knows those substitutions and uses them. Is "foretolD.H4lo" a stronger password than "foretold halo"? I don't think so." It is pointless to criticize a specific example that the site posted for illustrative purposes. Try a few examples and if they have flaws, let us know. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie The developer's site does not say so but maybe the program uses some .NET framework. Have you removed .NET framework components? Otherwise, the only other thing I can think of is that your security software may be blocking it. view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 6 months 2 weeks ago v.laurie Preparing a repair disk is described here: http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-prepare-boot-or-system-probl... view
How to Create Strong Passwords that You Can Remember the Quick and Easy Way 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie I appreciate your comments, Geert. view
How to Ask a Question When You Want Technical Help 9 months 1 week ago v.laurie Welcome back. Unfortunately we do not provide individual support in the comments. Please post your question in our forum. There is a lot of help there. http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
Best Free Technical Support Sites 10 months 1 week ago v.laurie We are unable to respond to individual support requests here. Please post details of your query in our forum: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Yes, they have some interesting stuff. view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 1 year 4 months ago v.laurie We are unable to respond to individual support requests here. Please post details of your query in our forum: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Oaken, you must have a really fast Internet connection! I think it's going to take most people a good deal longer than 6 minutes. view
Free Microsoft Windows Security Tool EMET is Upgraded to Version 5.0 9 months 3 weeks ago v.laurie There are some people who might feel EMET is a sufficient defense but the general answer to your question is that it does not replace antivirus programs. view
Best Free Technical Support Sites 6 months 3 days ago v.laurie We are unable to respond to individual support requests here. Please post details of your query in our forum: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 3 months 3 weeks ago v.laurie Only if you have a valid product key for Windows 7. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie The developer does not say it works on Vista but I haven't tried it there. view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 4 days 15 hours ago v.laurie Your product key is probably an OEM license. Microsoft no longer lets you download Windows 7 unless you can provide a full retail key. view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie If you have an OEM license, it is only valid for the original equipment. view
Five Windows 8.1 Tips You Need to Know 9 months 2 weeks ago v.laurie Yes, that is correct. That is why the first step in Tip 4 says explicitly, "Go to the Start screen". view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Right-click the EXE file and choose "Pin to Taskbar". view
How to get a free legal copy of a Windows 7 installation disk 1 year 2 months ago v.laurie No view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Disabling UAC removes a line of defense. That may be OK for experienced people but I think average PC users should keep UAC. view
Tips on How to Manage the Forced Migration from Hotmail to Outlook.com 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie Microsoft has also been having various problems with the outlook.com service. view
Best Freeware Download Sites 1 year 5 months ago v.laurie Thanks for the suggestions. I'll take a look. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 3 months ago v.laurie Disabling UAC removes a line of defense. That may be OK for experienced people but I think average PC users should keep UAC. If you want to debate the usefulness of UAC, try posting in the forum. You could start an interesting thread there. view
How to Create Your Own Custom Windows 8 Start Menu 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie Winkey+X and some other keyboard shortcuts are covered in this previous tip http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/five-key-shortcuts-making-window... view
Easy Way to Open Safe Mode in Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 7 months 1 week ago v.laurie It's a useful trick and worth knowing about. view
Quick and Easy Way to Troubleshoot, Repair, or Restore Windows 8 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie Your keyboard layout could be the reason the shortcut doesn't work. view
How to Add Your Favorite Folder or Program to (My) Computer in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 4 weeks ago v.laurie I'm not quite sure what you did. Are you saying that there is no folder "\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Network Shortcuts". You say "Network was not there" but the folder you want is "Network Shortcuts". view
New Free Suite of Windows System Utilities 2 years 1 month ago v.laurie Thank you for the useful information about your experience, GraveDigger. Your example with the 1-click function shows again why it is always necessary to go through all the settings first before using this type of program. Even CCleaner or Glary will remove things I don't want them to if I don't configure them first. view
Get a New Look on the Windows Desktop with More Interesting and Colorful Cursors 7 months 2 weeks ago v.laurie Malwarebytes on my system says the program is clean. Winaero is a well-known site. VirusTotal does raise one flag out of 54 scans but these false positives happen. Naturally, if you are uneasy about the program, you should skip it. view
New Free Suite of Windows System Utilities 2 years 1 month ago v.laurie Dangerous they are, but this type of program is very popular and we cannot ignore them. It seems better to try to inform people and point out all the problems. Comments like yours and others here may be just the thing to keep some less-experienced people from blindly using a cleaner. The site also mentions Registry cleaners, which is another category of very dangerous (and IMO almost useless) software. Just because a piece of software is mentioned here doesn't mean it is recommended. view
Dandy Dozen of Free Windows Programs that I Install on Every New PC 7 months 3 weeks ago v.laurie I have had no problems installing and using Belarc on several Windows 8.1 systems. view
How to Repair a Windows 7 System with an Installation Disc 1 year 3 months ago v.laurie We are unable to respond to individual support requests here. Please post details of your query in our forum: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
How to Repair a Windows 7 System with an Installation Disc 1 year 1 week ago v.laurie We are unable to respond to individual support requests here. Please post details of your query in our forum: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
New Free Suite of Windows System Utilities 2 years 1 month ago v.laurie @MikeR: I appreciate and understand your points. Thanks for your interest in the integrity of TSA and your suggestions. What gets included here is an individual editorial decision and in borderline cases reasonable people can sometimes come down on different sides. This program is new, in a popular category, and has been mentioned in various places on the Internet and that is why it is in Hot Finds. Your concern about newbies is shared by us all and was one of the reasons I wrote about it. Several well-known sources have given this program good reviews and I thought it should be mentioned here so that people would get another point of view. This is not the venue for full reviews but I tried to indicate that it was not a top pick. view
Get a New Look on the Windows Desktop with More Interesting and Colorful Cursors 7 months 1 week ago v.laurie CursorFX is not compatible with Windows 8 according to the Stardock site. view
Best Free Windows 8 Start Menu Replacement 2 years 4 weeks ago v.laurie I looked at this program but decided not to include it because it comes bundled with other programs that will be installed if you are not careful. view
What to Do with a Hung or Unresponsive Windows 7 Program 2 years 1 month ago v.laurie I assume you mean the email that goes out to Gizmo subscribers. I don't see the email but all the links pertinent to tips are in the body of the article. view
How to Find Out How Fast Your PC Drives Read and Write 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie Another false positive. VirusTotal gives it a clean bill of health. view
What to Do with a Hung or Unresponsive Windows 7 Program 2 years 1 month ago v.laurie You can always go to the website if there are email problems. Have you by any chance tuned off HTML in your email client and are reading things in plain text? view
Nifty Free Windows Application for Batch Conversion, Resizing, and Renaming of Image Files 2 years 1 month ago v.laurie The second line says "...here’s a powerful little free program called Tinuous". The word "Tinuous" has italics around it. view
How to Find Out How Fast Your PC Drives Read and Write 2 years 2 months ago v.laurie That would have required a longer article covering all the different types of drives. The format of Tech Tips is for short articles. view
Easy Way to Skip Right to the Desktop When Starting Windows 8 2 years 2 weeks ago v.laurie I don't know if they clash but I would run only one app of this type. view
Manage Windows Services Better with This Small Free Program 1 year 11 months ago v.laurie @royalfool: Thanks for the update. It is always nice to have a developer participate in the comments. view
Easy Way to List the Details of All the Drivers on Your PC 4 months 1 week ago v.laurie Unless you are familiar with drivers, you should probably leave them alone. Drivers have many functions and should be uninstalled only by someone who is knowledgeable about its specific purposes. The yellow icon on a driver in the list created by this utility does not mean the driver should be uninstalled. Added: Here is a little discussion about "kernel mode" http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff554836%28v=vs... view
Easy Way to List the Details of All the Drivers on Your PC 4 months 1 week ago v.laurie For help with questions about individual systems and drivers, please post in our forum for general computer support: http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/ view
How to Block Ads on Adblock Plus Paid Whitelist 3 months 2 weeks ago v.laurie I don't have a copy of IE9 to look at but the procedure is likely to be similar to that for IE11. Maybe someone with IE9 can verify. view
Two New Ways to Boot into Safe Mode in Windows 8 1 year 11 months ago v.laurie That's a good suggestion. I will add it to the tip. Thanks, Anupam. view
How to Reveal Your Windows Product Key in All Current Versions of Windows 1 year 4 months ago v.laurie I am adding ProduKey. Thanks. view

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