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Windows Xp 10 Tips

Delete files Without Getting a Prompt

Delete files faster by removing the "Are you sure you want to delete" Microsoft Windows confirmation box by right-clicking the Recycle Bin icon on the desktop, click Properties and uncheck "Display delete confirmation dialog".

Windows 2000 & XP Task Manager

Quickly access the Microsoft Windows Task Manager to view running applications, process information and performance information by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys all at the same time.

Run a Web Page

Get to a web page quickly in Windows when no browser window is open by typing the web address in the run option. For example, click Start, Run and in the Run Open box type: http://www.rahulmg.blogspot.com and press enter to quickly get to the Ultimate Links Pc Tips.

Display Hibernate option in XPs Shutdown Menu

When shutting down or turning off the computer you'll get three options: Standby, Turn Off, and Restart. For users who wish to hibernate their computer you can easily display this option by holding down the Shift key on the keyboard.

Quickly Open System Properties window

Quickly open the System Properties by pressing the Windows key and the Pause/Break key at the same time.

Quickly open the system properties window by holding down the ALT key and double-clicking My Computer.

Close multiple programs in one click

To close all open application in one click hold down the Ctrl key and individually click each of the open programs on the task bar once all buttons are selected click on one of the selected buttons with the right mouse button and click close Group or select which application to be closed or minimized.

Easy undo

Quickly undo mistakes in the majority of most PC Windows program by pressing CTRL + Z.

Quickly change the association of a file

Quickly change the association of a file by holding down the Shift key, right-clicking a file and choosing open with.

Create a Sendto shortcut

Send to is a feature that enables users to send programs to an alternate location or a location where you store all your files. An example of the send to feature is right-clicking a file and clicking send to and then the floppy disk drive. Users can create their own send to destinations by following the below steps.

Microsoft Windows 95 / 98 / ME users

Create a shortcut in the windows\sendto directory

Other Windows users

Create a shortcut in the documents and settings\\sendto directory.

Note: is the name of the user logging into the computer. In addition it is possible that the sendto directory is hidden.

Copy / Move / Delete multiple files

When selecting files you can highlight the first file then hold down your shift key and highlight the last file and this will highlight all files in between. To select individual files you can highlight a file hold down your Ctrl key and highlight other files you wish to select.

Deleting files not go to the recycle bin

When pressing or choosing delete to remove a program you can hold your shift key and it will not send it to the recycle bin.

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