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Using Software

Tips and clues for troubleshooting, solving errors and problems with various applications, utilities, and software


Windows 7 Explorer default folder

The Windows 7 Explorer default folder setting is a way to bring Windows 7 one step back closer to the way Explorer used to work in Windows Vista and XP. This guide explains how to change the default folder setting for Windows 7 Explorer. When you open Explorer in Windows 7, the default folder view is set to user’s Desktop -> Libraries. If you do not like to use Windows 7 libraries and keep your files in "other" location on the local drive, you need to manually browse to that location every time you open Windows 7 Explorer. This can be quite annoying after a while; therefore, it may be a good idea to change the Windows 7 Explorer default folder setting to the folder of your preference.

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A script is accessing some software (an ActiveX control) on this page which has been marked safe for scripting

The A script is accessing some software (an ActiveX control) on this page which has been marked safe for scripting. Do you want to allow this? message relates to security settings in Microsoft Internet Explorer. This message deals with what gets executed behind the scenes to display website content on your screen.

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Scripts are usually safe. Do you want to allow scripts to run?

The Scripts are usually safe. Do you want to allow scripts to run? message in this wording is related to Microsoft Internet Explorer and deals with security settings. This message usually happens after modifying security settings in your Explorer.

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Disable autorun autoplay via group policy

Autoplay or also called Autorun is a feature in Windows that automatically launches the content of your CD or DVD when you insert your CD or DVD into the drive. The autoplay or autorun can be easily disabled.

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Turn off and disable CD-ROM autorun and autoplay

When a CD or a DVD is inserted into an autorun-enabled CD-ROM, the Windows autorun or autoplay feature automatically launches the program contained on the disk. Windows autoplay usually gives you the option to choose what you want to do with the inserted media, but that selection is active for the current medium only and often does not seem to be completely working anyway.

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Tabbed browsing

Tabbed browsing represents an easier way to switch between web sites or web pages. Modern browsers that support tabbed browsing let you view many different websites at one time, all within one organized window.

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Outlook: reuse windows for hyperlinks

This page describes how to set up MS Outlook so that when you click on a link within an email, it opens up a new Explorer browser window for each link that you open. In other words how to reuse windows for hyperlinks or how to open each link in a new window.

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Snap-in failed to initialize: Enterprise Manager

The Snap-in failed to initialize error message as associated with the Enterprise Manager is usually caused by orphaned registry keys. This message is usually associated with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and in some cases with Internet Information Services (IIS), but Enterprise Manager is also know to get plagued with it.

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Excel 2003 DATA menu commands in Excel 2007

When Office 2007 came out, Microsoft completely rearranged all the menus into some menus and a feature called a ribbon. Some peple really are confused a lot when they open Excel 2007 for the first time. Some call help desk too. :O)

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Excel 2003 TOOLS menu commands in Excel 2007

Have you been thinking about where all the nice menu items that you used in Excel 2003 are now when you launch Excel 2007? It is right, Microsoft did some job reorganizing everything.

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