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Saturday, 19 January 2013

Fix System Errors with No Sweat

A windows system needs to be handled carefully, isn’t it? Prompt me if I am wrong, but I am confident that I am not. But even that’s true, that one cannot stay himself from a Windows system, as it works faster than other OS. So in such a situation the users are left with just one option and that is to work fast, but carefully. But in few situations installing the precautions isn’t enough rather you should keep the solutions ready in your back-up list. And flowing in the same thread I have listed a set of issues and their needed solutions.

My Taskbar isn’t showing am I alive or Dead
Setting up a taskbar on the Windows 7 screen is surely a favourable option for you but at times people seems to be distracted from their views. It has been observed that Windows 7 taskbar has important icons but it is difficult to tell at a glance whether an icon is a running application or a pinned shortcut. If reading the above line makes you feel much familiar then there is an easy way to restore the trustworthy standard taskbar back in place. For recurring it back you need to right-click the taskbar, select Properties, and set Taskbar Buttons to "Never combine" or "Combine when taskbar is full".

Also there is another way that can bring your standard taskbar back with just few brainy clicks. So to make your recovery intelligent simply right-click the taskbar, click Toolbars > New Toolbar, type %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch in the folder box and click Select Folder. At these actions your screen should show the Quick Launch toolbar and when that is so, you can simply move and then resize it according to your convenience.

Just a few seconds work and your taskbar has that retro look

Panic Attack: Explorer folders are missing
For this illness to be cured, just click Start > Computer in Windows 7 and with the clicking of future mentioned events, you'll find system folders like Control Panel and the Recycle Bin are no longer displayed in the left-hand Explore pane. When this happens you really feel handicapped and thrown back, but not to panic we have a quick-fixing solution for it. For this just click Tools > Folder Options, check "Show all folders", click OK and all your top-level system folders will reappear. Congrats!!! All is done.

So, here ends the set of issues that I did list for you and your convenience. There are many more to be listed and probably soon I’ll knock your page with much more easier solutions.

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