Posts Tagged ‘protection’

Free some space by deleting all System Restore Points in Windows 7

Desperate times call for desperate measures. When your hard disk is full and you have ran out of things to delete it’s time to remove your System Restore Points. Most definitely this is not the best way to free space so I suggest this only as a temporary solution to insufficient space.
First, right-click on Computer and select Properties:
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How to disable Crash Protection in Firefox 3.6

In Firefox 3.6 and Firefox 4 Mozilla introduced a new feature called Crash Protection. Basically this feature allows Firefox to run plugins like Flash, QuickTime and Silverlight as a separate process allowing Firefox to recover from crashes caused by them. The downside of this is that when some of those plugins crash Firefox freezes for a while, until it recovers from the crash. Some users prefer to have Firefox crash and get over with it than to wait until it recovers. For them we will show how to disable Crash Protection in Firefox 3.6.

First open Firefox 3.6. In the address bar enter about:config:
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Create a system restore point in Windows 7

If memory serves, System Restore was introduced with Windows Me and since then has been one of the greatest allies against painful, time-consuming reinstalls of Windows.

So now we will show you how to create a system restore point in Windows 7.

Before installing new software it is highly recommended that you create a restore point. That way if something messes up, you can simply return to the restore point.

First, right-click on My Computer and select Properties:
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Tighten Your Wireless Network Security In 3 Steps

Tutorial that will help you make sure your wireless network is secure. Tutorial describes how to use WPA2-AE for level of security and encryption. The three main points talked about are Password Protection, Hidden Network Name and the MAC Address Allow List Read the rest of this entry »

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