The usual way of killing Explorer for most users would be to spark up the Task Manager, right click explorer.exe and choose "End process". Previously we’ve covered how to add a context menu item to restart Explorer, which makes short work of the command.
Want an even easier way to kill it? In Windows Vista and Windows 7, that’s no problem.
One of the things Microsoft forgot to properly think about when making Windows 7, was the start-up sound. With every new version of Windows should come a new start-up sound, however they chose to keep it the same as Vista.
If you’d like to change the start-up sound (the sound played when you get to your login screen) then this is the guide for you. My favourite start-up sound comes from Windows 95 and I’ll be using its start-up sound for this guide.
I know this is a little overdue but i wanted to be absolutely clear about the information surrounding this Jailbreak (JB from hereon in) before posting about it.
Here’s a list of devices that this JB will work on.
iPod Touch 3.1.2 & 3.1.3 Firmware
iPod Touch 2G 3.1.2 & 3.1.3 Firmware
iPod Touch 3G 3.1.2 & 3.1.3 Firmware
iPhone 3.1.2 & 3.1.3 Firmware
iPhone 3G 3.1.2 & 3.1.3 Firmware
iPhone 3GS 3.1.2 & 3.1.3 Firmware
iPad 3G 3.2 Firmware
iPad WiFi 3.2 Firmware
Please note that this method is a JB only and is not an unlock. If you rely on an unlock do not use this. An unlock is unlikely to emerge until 4.0 has been released.
Have you ever wanted to change the background in Windows Explorer? How about the colour of the text? If so, then this Windows Explorer shell extension is a must-have.
AveFolderBG integrates into the Folder Properties dialog box in Windows 7 which means no added bloat on start-up per se and no standalone applications to run to get the job done.
I’ve noticed recently that people are searching an awful lot for methods on turning off the navigation pane in Explorer + other ways to customise its appearance.
This is a very simple task which we’ll cover in this Quick-Tip
So you have a blurry image and you just wish that you were able to bring back some of the detail and make it less blurry.
In Photoshop (PS) this is a simple process though note it is no miracle cure and wont make your images perfect but will provide a good starting point.