Articles in Category: Windows Programs
Process Explorer is Task Manager on steroids. A free utility that completely replaces Task Manager, there’s no reason not to have and use procexp.
Windows includes screen capture by default, but if you use it often and rely on it alone, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Task manager can be disabled manually, but more commonly it’s disabled by a virus. It’s easy to re-enable once you’re virus-free.
Reformatting a machine is a major step that erases everything. Unless you really know what you’re doing, you’re going to want that Windows Setup CD.
When your system starts to slow down, programs using excessive memory are frequent culprits. It’s fairly easy to find out which programs they are.
Some folks like to run programs maximized; taking up the entire screen. If a program doesn’t do that automatically, here are some steps that may help.
Windows Explorer is everywhere – yet finding Windows Explorer on the Start Menu is actually fairly difficult. We look at where Windows Explorer is, and some of the many other ways you can get to it.
COMMAND.COM and CMD.EXE are versions of the command interpreter for MS-DOS and Windows. They’re both available, but you only really need one.
There may be many programs running on your machine. It’s not always obvious exactly what they are or why they’re running. We’ll look for some clues.