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If you have an old
and slow computer, do following to increase your system speed:
Scan Disk Click Start menu > Click run. In the run dialog box type:
msconfig to open System Configuration Window. Then open "system configuration
programs". In the General Tap click on Register and then check "Scandisk after
error by shutdown disabled" to disable ScanDisk.
2- Disable auto start
Open System Configuration (msconfig) . click on the "Startup"
tap and in the application list , Clear the check box for a startup item to
disable it on your next boot.
3- Disable Windows Startup sound Go to
Start > Settings > Control Panel and then click on " Sounds and
Multimedia" icon to open it. In the Sound tab disable Windows Startup
sound. 4-disabe unused programs Go to Start > Settings > Control
Panel and click on "Add/Remove Programs" and uninstall old and useless programs.
5- Delete offline e-mails Yes, offline e-mails especially e-mails with
attachments can slow down your pc. Delete these e-mails. 6- delete temporary
internet files Temporary internet files can slow down your pc. In internet
explorer click on tools menu and then select Internet Options and the click on "
Delete Files and Delete Cookies" buttons to delete these files. 7- Defragment
your Hard Drive Defragment your hard drive every 10 days. To defragment your
Hard Drive, click on Start menu > Programs > Accessories > System tools
> Disk Defragmenter. 8- update your Windows Turn on your Windows
Automatic Update to have recent updates for your Windows.
Within Yahoo your choices are limited. If you create a file with bitmapped copy of your scanned signature, it will simply be an attachment. There are a couple of approaches you could try. First, you need to set up Yahoo mail to use 'Rich Text'. The default choices of fonts within yahoo are limited, but if you go to a local rich text aware program, such as Wordpad in Windows, you can select a suitable cursive font, type your name, then copy an paste it into Yahoo mail. In limited trials, the font shows up (provided the recipient has a mail program which can diplay rich text)
For your own handwriting, you would need to check out one of the transcription services which for a fee, will give you True Type font of your handwriting.