Hello Everyone, I am using Tune-up Utilites now-a-days. In the tuneup there are some tweaks. 1. I can Hide Any User on Logon Screen. (By Default, Adminstrator is Hidden and other Users Appear) 2. I can set Any User Which Automatically Log-on when Windows is started even if it is password protected (Tune-up will ask for password in setting when you are activating this tweak) Is there anybody who knows how to do it manually?

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[COLOR=Red][B]This blog entry is regarding a registry hack for Windows XP. Be advised that twiddling with the registry requires care, and use the information here at your own risk. [URL="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;322756"]Backing up[/URL] the registry before proceeding is adviced. [/B][/COLOR] This is a based on the [URL="http://www.petri.co.il/add_command_prompt_here_shortcut_to_windows_explorer.htm"]Add Command Prompt Here[/URL] tweak that is fairly common in the internet. What the original tweak basically did was, create a shortcut in the Directory/Drive Context Menu of Windows Explorer when clicked executes a command prompt with the clicked directory as current directory. This modification was created so that I could run a root console from …

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You can now put a bootable copy of windows on a USB flash drive and then use it as an easy way to recover your windows files if it crashes or just to bring your xp wherever. You need 3 things for this a USB drive with at least 256mb of space, a windows setup cd, and last the freeware program BartPE. BartPE will go through the setup cd and then create a small bootable version of windows that you can then boot on anywhere. full article [URL="http://tomshardware.co.uk/2005/09/09/windows_in_your_pocket/"]http://tomshardware.co.uk/2005/09/09/windows_in_your_pocket/[/URL] I thought this was really cool and that it is nice to …

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Get ready for [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/security"]Patch Tuesday[/URL]. July 13th will be the biggest update for 18 months, with no less than 12 security bulletins: 9 for the Windows OS, 2 for Office and 1 for Exchange. Of these, both Windows and Office updates include one flagged as critical, the highest Microsoft threat rating. At the same time, Microsoft is also releasing 3 non-security, yet apparently high priority, patches for Windows and a new version of the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool. If you are a Windows 98 or ME user, however, you’d better make the most of it as this will be …

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The Washington Post, among other news agencies is reporting a "severe" security flaw that affects Microsoft Windows 98 - XP. According to the article, the flaw allows computer virus and spyware manufacturers to disribute malicious programs designd to take control of affected computers. Macintosh and Linux users are immune to the problem, even those computers that operate Microsoft Software. The issue is a core Windows problem that has not been addressed since Windows 98. Feel free to read the article at: [url]http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/12/29/AR2005122901456.html[/url] Unfortunately, due to limited time, your author (me) has not had the chance to track down and determine …

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In between Service Packs a lot of 'Hotfix' updates are developed and made available. A number of them get made available via Windows Update as Critical updates because they relate to security issues, but most don't. Instead, the 'Hotfixes' which relate to specific problems get mentioned or linked in Knowledgebase articles. Quite a few are only made available following a specific request for them to Microsoft Product Support Services. "Only apply it to systems that are experiencing this specific problem" you are told, and "..if you are not severely affected by this problem, we recommend that you wait for the …

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Only [url=http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry267.html]a couple of weeks[/url] have passed since Microsoft announced that its 'Windows Genuine Advantage' program had been put in place and was in effect. Already, Microsoft has bowed to the pressure of 'hackers' and admitted it is shirt of adequacy. According to a statement made to the [url=http://www.smh.com.au/news/breaking/microsoft-back-to-drawing-board-on-piracy/2005/08/08/1123353252441.html?oneclick=true]Fairfax Corporation[/url], it's 'back to the drawing board' for WGA! Several 'hacks' available on the internet make bypassing the legitimacy checks a quite simple procedure, apparently!

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Microsoft's much talked about Windows Genuine Advantage scheme is now in place and active. Windows users who download updates from Microsoft now need to undergo verification checks in order to get the downloads. The only exception are Windows security updates, which will still be distributed regardless. The verification checks will effect downloads from Windows Update, Microsoft Update and Microsoft Downloads sites, and as well as Windows itself will impact on updates to such software as Windows Media Player, DirectX and the new Microsoft Anti-Spyware program. Those people who have inadvertantly purchased a copy of Windows which is not legitimate will …

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The End.