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I WOULD LIKE POP UP APPEAR WHEN i START USING APPLICATIONS SAYING CAPS ON AND CAPS OFF

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There is a program you can install and it will display the status on your task bar. Check this website out and if you don't like this one try googling for another program

http://www.clevercomponents.com/products/winind/winind.asp

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If you are running windows xp pro there are no indacations except on the keyboard it self that tells you weather or not the caps are on

thanks

hope this works for you

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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How do I turn off google authenticator?


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You may find the following works:-

Turning off 2-Step Verification

  1. Visit the Using 2-Step Verification page under your Google Account settings. Sign in with your username, password, and verification code if prompted.
  2. Click Turn off 2-Step Verification.
  3. A pop-up window will appear to confirm that you want to turn off 2-Step Verification. Click OK.

Revoking and destroying passwords and codes to protect your account

If you used App Passwords to authorize applications to access your Google Account, we recommend you go back to using passwords -- rather than App Passwords -- to access these applications. That way, you can revoke your App Passwords so nobody else can use them:
  1. Visit the Authorizing applications & sites page under your Google Account settings.
  2. Click Revoke for any application or device whose code you want to revoke.
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In addition, remember to destroy all backup codes that you had been using to verify this account.

Good luck.

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How to find out what process a program uses


1) So the fist thing you do is open the program that you want to find out about. As an examlpe I will open Microsoft's calculator from Start Menu -> Accessories as shown in the image below.
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2) Next you will need to open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del. NB: You must have all three keys pressed down at once starting with Ctrl then Alt and lastly the Delete key.
3) Now the Task manager should appear. As you can see there are many tabs here such as Applications (which displays the applications running), Processors (which displays the processors the running applications are currently using), Performance (which displays what percentage of your processor is in use as well as how much RAM is still available), Networking (which displays the load on the Local Area Network; and Users (which displays how many and which user accounts are active at the present time).

4) Now on the Task Manager under the Applications tab right click on the program and click Go To Process at the bottom of the pop up menu.
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5)This will then take you to the process that the program uses. In this case with Microsoft's calculator we see it takes us to a process called calc.exe, this is the calculators executable file (the file that makes it start up and run). Ending this process will immediately close the calculator application.
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EXTRA: This tip is useful when your system crashes or freezes after you end a task with the Task Manager. Simply find the process of the application that is not responding under processes and right click it then choose end process. This will immediately bring your pc back from the frozen state.

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Winxp Applications Startup Time, Decrease your Applications startup time...


By default, Microsoft includes the /prefetch:1 switch to speed up it's Windows Media Player application start time. This switch can be used for other Windows applications and also many third party programs.

Example #1

You have AOL installed on the computer. Complete the steps outlined below to add the /prefetch:1 switch to AOL's Target path.

1. Right Click on the AOL shortcut and select properties from the menu.

2. In the Target: Field add the /prefetch:1 switch to the very end of the path, like this: "C:\Program Files\America Online 8.0\aol.exe" /prefetch:1 and then click ok.

Now start AOL. It would load at least 50 times faster than ever before.

Example #2

1. Go to the Start butoon/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools

2. Right Click on System Restore and select properties from the menu that appears. Add the /prefetch:1 to the Target Path entry so it look like this
%ystemRoot%\System32\restore\rstrui.exe /prefetch:1 and Click ok.

Now System Restore will start immediately when executed.

Note: This switch will only work with some programs. Others will return a message saying the programs. Others will return a message saying the program in the target box is invalid. Just remove the switch.

Good luck!

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My disk c is full


Run Disk CleanUp.

Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Cleanup
- Select the Drive you want to clean up (C:), then check off Temp internet files, temporary files, setup log files, and recycle bin.

If your still receiving that message after running disk cleanup, You might need to go into uninstall some applications.

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Why windows vista is so slow


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Dell Webcam Center and Manager not showing up on my PC


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Caps lock won't turn off by pressing the caps lock key


Ok, here ya go.

Start-->Control Panel-->Clock, Language and Region,-->Change keyboards or other input methods

Once the window pops up...

Change Keyboards -->Advance key settings-->Now select "press the CAPS lock key" option

Hit apply and OK.

If this works, don't forget the "fixya" rating! Let me know okay?

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Using the 2nd hard drive


Not without you saying what OS you're using, how you want to use it in applications, and how you wanted to attach it to the machine if it's not already installed.

  I mean, offhand I'd say if you have 2 free bays in there, to either use those or mount that drive (along with a generally identical one) in Zalman drive coolers in the case, connect them so you can use SCA RAID 0 on them, set that RAID up, format to XFS or another choice filesystem, and start using it then.

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When surfing, this ANtivirus 2009 alert came on and can't get rid of it. I've also gotten a green screen pop up informing me I have a SPYWARE.MONTER. What can I do? ...


Hey tjchan92,

Unless you personally installed the "AntiVirus2009" program or this other application, what you may be encountering are either misleading plug-in applications or your computer may currently have spyware installed. Generally, one of the best ways to determine what these programs are is to run a system scan using the full version of an anti-virus/spyware program such as Norton AntiVirus or McAfee VirusScan. Should you choose to do so, you’ll want to make sure you’re using the latest virus and spyware definitions available since new threats surface all the time.

Please keep in mind that I only mention Norton & McAfee as examples. These are by no means the only anti-virus/spyware programs available, and are simply among the most easily-recognizable brands available through many major retailers.

Alternatively, you may be able to minimize how often these windows appear by adjusting your internet settings. Doing so will typically block pop-up windows and banner ads from websites you visit, and can often be done by changing your Internet Explorer privacy setting to "Medium-High" or "High” through the “Tools” menu.

Hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,
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