- You may be interested to know wat ur system does while booting windows(behind that boot screen). (only in Xp and above)
Step 1: start->run and type "msconfig" Step 2: go to boot.ini tab Step 3: Check the /SOS option Step 4: Reboot
First it will load all the drivers necessary to make the OS work.
Then it will check all the volumes,whether a checkdisk is needed or not. If the volume is not clean, then it executes checkdisk.
- To display a custom message at logon
Step 1: start->run and type gpedit.msc Step 2: In that navigate to Computer Configuration->Windows Settings->Security Settings->Local Policies->Security Options Step 3: Look for a value "Interactive logon: Message text for users attempting to log on" Step 4: Double click that and type wat ever message u wish to display. Step 5: If u want to give a title for tat message,Look for a value "Interactive logon: Message title for users attempting to log on". Doblue click that and enter the title for that window. Step 6: either log off or reboot.
- Sometimes, due to viruses U can't find the Help option in the start menu.
There are many ways to make it work, But the easiest way is go to run and type
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