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Re: Desktop Right Click Problem
This is generally an error from the registry, namely the context menu handlers (which is a shell extension handler that adds commands to context menus) If you can isolate when it started to occur and then maybe you can link it to a program you installed.
Are you having any having any other problems with your system emptying the bin, media apps??
I can suggest a progam that you can download that will allow you to see what extensions are in use and hopefully from this you will see if there are any left over commands from bad unistalls
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Follow these steps to fix computer freezes problem::
Remove unused programs
Install and run antispyware software
Free up wasted space with Disk Cleanup tool
Defragment your hard disk drive
Disconnect unused network connections:
Click Start, and then click My Computer. On the Tools menu, click Disconnect Network Drive. Select the network drives that you no longer need, and then click OK.
Stop Unwanted startup programs:
Start > Run > write msconfig > Click on StartUp tab
Deselect the programs you want to stop
Delete Temporary Internet Files: Click Start - Run, type in %temp% and then click OK.
Once that temp folder is open and you can view its contents, select and delete EVERYTHING that's inside it. Repeat the steps with c:\windows\temp
After you're done with both temp folders, restart the computer.
Click Start, type services.msc in the Search box. Press ENTER. Right click and stop each service which is not necessary for you. For an instant fix use Intel Software Partner Reginout. WebRepOverall ratingThis site has no rating(not enough votes)
Even though Windows XP and 7 are different versions of Windows, you can still connect a computer running Windows 7 to an XP computer using Remote Desktop Connection. Remote Desktop Connection is a utility in Windows that allows you to log in to a remote computer directly from your computer's desktop. However, before you can use the utility on your Windows 7 computer, you must enable it on the Windows XP computer. To connect to the Windows XP computer, you also need to know the XP computer's name.
Enable Remote Desktop on the Windows XP Computer
Click "Start" on the Windows XP computer, and then right-click "My Computer."
Click "Properties" from the pop-up menu.
Click the "Remote" tab, and then click the "Allow Users to Connect Remotely to This Computer" check box.
Click "OK" to confirm the change when prompted on the pop-up window. Click "OK" on the open windows to close them.
Connect to the Windows XP Computer
Click "Start" on the Windows 7 computer, and then type "Remote Desktop Connection" in the search box. Press "Enter."
Click "Remote Desktop Connection" from the results list.
Type the name of the XP computer in the "Computer" box, and then click "Connect" to connect to the XP computer.
( Microsoft Support ) How to Use the Remote Desktop Feature of Windows XP Professional
Is this in Windows 7 or Windows XP?
In XP: Right click on the Desktop. Hit properties. Click the advanced tab. Drag the resolution slider all the way to the right.
In Windows 7: Right click on the Desktop, click screen resolution. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Right click IE icon on desktop and select properties. In general tab, click on the "Use blank" button and press ok button to close the "Internet Properties" window. Try this and your ie may launch little faster.
On your old desktop, go to Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings make sure no check on boxes there. Click OK and Apply. Click on General tab, click on Delete File (delete all offline content), Clear History and Delete Cookies. Click Apply and OK.
is your using xp click on start then click on run then type msconfig then go to startup tab then disable all then click apply then the computer will asked you to restart your computer then after it restart it will show you a messagepopup then check the box then ok
if your using vista click on start then type on start search msconfig then go to start up tab click on disable all then click ok after that the computer will asked you to restart then restart ok. hope it helped
Try going to the control panel>performance and maintenance>disk cleanup. After running cleanup run the defrag. You can also cleanup your internet browser by deleting cookies, temp internet files, & browsing history. See if this helps speed up the system. Hope this helps & please rate this solution fixya. Thanks.