Is there a way to make my laptop run faster by using a Wordpad code/trick? I found the info once before, saved it to desktop but lost it (before using it) after an emergency reformat. It supposedly worked on all PC laptops.
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Re: Make laptop faster using a wordpad trick
I think you're referring to making your PC run faster using notepad (although wordpad does have it's benefits, it's unlikely that it could be utilized to make your laptop faster). To do this you would need to open NOTEPAD. Once notepad is opened, type this: mystring=(80000000)
Next you'll want to save this file as: speed up.vbs
After that you'll need to open that file. If it's on your desktop just double click. If not, look in your documents then open it up.
***DISCLAIMER: this is not recommended if you're using your D800 for gaming. It has been known to cause it too heat up more than normal. Also, it may not speed your laptop up right away but it eventually works. DO NOT open it up over and over as this can cause it to work slowly as well. This is something that can be beneficial but you do so at your own risk. I hope this helps you. If so, please remember to vote.
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You don't really give enough info to help. If on a PC open wordpad.(start, run, type wordpad in run box and enter) In your original document which hopefully has text and is not just an image document (some pdf's don't have copyable text for example) highlight the text and press ctrl and c keys together, put the cursor in wordpad and press ctrl and v keys together. If it does not paste to wordpad you don't have a document with copyable text. The only way round that is to run character recognition software on your document.
Start>All programs>Accessories>notepad or wordpad. If neither one shows up there, go to Start, click on "Run" (just click on the textbox at the bottom of the start menu for Windows Vista and Windows 7) type in "C:/WINDOWS/notepad.exe" and click OK. hope this helps
Highlight the text you want to delete by holding down the left mouse button and dragging the mouse pointer over the text, then let go of the left mouse button.
Now you can just push the DELETE button or the BACKSPACE button on your keyboard.
Or you can use your mouse to place the mouse pointer on that section of highlighted text and then click the RIGHT mouse button once. Then select CUT from the drop down menu options. This will delete that section of text.
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