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Feb
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windows 7Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 have a lot of surprises for us. Did you know that they have interesting utilities, commands and shortcuts which are usually hidden to the regular user and that could greatly simplify our lives? In fact, all this stuff is nested among tricky Windows files and it is very difficult to spot unless you are a seasoned Windows users or a tech guy!

  1. Click Start.
  2. In the Search Field, copy and paste these command and hit Enter.
  3. System File Checker Utility (Scan Immediately your PC)-  sfc /scannow
  4. System File Checker Utility (Scan Once At Next Boot)-  sfc /scanonce
  5. System File Checker Utility (Scan at Every Boot) – sfc /scanboot
  6. System File Checker Utility (Return to the Default Setting)- sfc /revert
  7. System File Checker Utility (Purge File Cache)- sfc /purgecache
  8. System Information (Shows a detailed list of your computer specs) – msinfo32
  9. Windows System Security Tool (Encrypt your Account database) – syskey
  10. Windows Version (Shows you what version of windows you have got) – winver
  11. Regional Settings (shows what settings and language your computer is set) – intl.cpl



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One Comment to “Hidden Utilities and Shortcuts in Windows”

  1. Jerry Bales Says:

    Sir/Mam :
    I wonder if someone at your company can tell me how I can get rid of the Switch User and Icon when returning from Hibernation ?
    Under the Icon is the words : JB
    Locked
    If I click on the Icon it will go to the Desktop but I would like to remove that step as I have anothe computer that a Tech fixed so it would not come up but I don’t know how he did it in order to do it on my other computer .
    I put in a Search but nothing pertaining to it comes up .
    Can you please help ?
    Thank You,
    Jerry.


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