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Registry tricks
Display Your Quick Launch Toolbar Tip:

Is your Quick Launch toolbar missing from the taskbar?
To display your familiar Quick Launch toolbar:
Right-click an empty area on the taskbar, click Toolbars, and then click Quick
Launch.

Easy as that your Quick Launch bar appears. To add items to your Quick Launch toolbar, click the icon for the program you want to add, and drag it to the Quick Launch portion of the taskbar

How to remove recycle bin from your desktop Tip:

Open Regedit by going to START - RUN and type Regedit and hit enter. Then you
should navigate to following entry in registry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\E
xplorer\
Desktop\NameSpace\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E} and delete
it. This action should remove recycle bin from your desktop.

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How to stop new programs installed balloon from coming up tip:

Right click on START button and select properties. Click on Customize and go to
Advanced tab and deselect check box saying "Highlight newly installed
programs". This would help you stop this annoying feature from popping up
every now and then.
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Unlock Toolbars to Customize Them Tip:

The new Windows XP now features locking toolbars, and you can adjust them.
You may customize a lot of the Windows XP features such as the Taskbar, Start
Menu, and even toolbar icons in Internet Explorer and Outlook Express.
Remember your right-click:
* Right-click on a toolbar, and then click Lock the Toolbars to remove the check
mark.
* Right-click on the toolbar again, and then click Customize.

You may add or remove toolbar buttons, change text options and icon options.
When you've got the toolbar customized, click Close. Now right-click on the
toolbar and then click Lock the Toolbars to lock them in place. com

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Want to remove shared documents folder from My Computer window tip:

Some don't like my shared documents folder option. If you are one of that, here is
a trick to remove it.Open registry editor by going to START-RUN and entering
regedit.
Once in registry, navigate to key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \
Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer \ My Computer \ NameSpace \
DelegateFolders You must see a sub-key named {59031a47-3f72-44a7-89c5-
5595fe6b30ee}. If you delete this key, you have effectively removed the my shared
documents folder.

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How to improve on shutdown time ? Close apps automatically & quickly at
shutdown tip:

Open Registry by going to START-RUN and typing REGEDIT. Navigate to
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\CONTROL PANEL\DESKTOP and look for
AutoEndTasks. On my computer default value is 0. Change it to 1. Thats all.
Further more you can reduce the time it takes for Windows to issue kill directive
to all active/hung applications.
In doing this only constraint that you should make sure exists is that
HungAppTimeout is greater than WaitToKillAppTimeout. Change the values of
WaitToKillAppTimeout to say 3500 (since default value for HungAppTimeout
5000 and for WaitToKillAppTimeout is 20000)

Are you missing icons Tip:

Are you missing icons? You may be wondering where all the icons from your
desktop are in Windows XP? Well if you're like me, you like to have at least My
Computer, My Network Places, and My Documents on the your desktop.
You need to:
* Right-click on the desktop, and then click Properties.
* Click the Desktop tab and then click on Customize Desktop.
* Put a check mark in the box next to My Document, My Computer, My Network
Places, or Internet Explorer, to add those familiar icons to your desktop. Easy
yes!

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How to login as administrator if you don't see it available tip:

Unless and until you have run into issues and fixing XP (under which case you
have to go to Safe Mode to login as Administrator), you can get to administrator
screen by simply pressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE twice at the main screen.
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