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Are you on a wireless connection or a wired connection? If you are on wireless, try changing the channel on your wireless router. You may be getting interference from another source/network.
If its a wired connection they try right clicking the connection and choosing "repair." This will correct several basic network problems. If that doesn't fix it, post back and further troubleshooting will be required.
Here is how to disable balloon tips in windows vista.
Click start and go to run. Type gpedit.msc (this is used to open group
policy) and press enter. Now open User configuration, then
Administrative template after that start Manu and finally Taskbar.
Now choose remove balloon tips, right click with mouse and open properties.
Now in option enable it and click ok. Close the gpedit and reboot the system.
Congratulation you have disable your awful balloon tips in windows vista.
Gpedit.msc is not available in windows vista home and premium edition’s
not to worry we can do the same from registry in windows vista home and
Again go to run (windows key + R) and type regedit and press enter.
registry to HKEY_CURRENT_USER >> SOFTWARE > Microsoft>>
Windows > Current Version>> Explorer > Advanced. Right click and create new Dword value and give name as EnableBalloonTips. Give value as 0(zero)
So, basically you want all of your windows to come up at once, but in the location with the size you opened them in?
First, you'd have to open Tools->Folder options (speaking from an XP standpoint; I can't remember the Vista menuing), then click the View tab, and check the boxes for "Remember each folder's view settings" and "Restore previous folder windows at logon". Click apply to all folders, then when you reopen everything, you can press Windows+D to show the desktop then press it again to restore everything. There is no right-click option for what you're trying to do, but what I'm suggesting is the closest thing to it.