Friday, January 14, 2011

MC2 Post 914 50 Best Way to Disable Windows Built-in "Features"

Handy How-To From How-To GEEK, including 
a Roundup of Previous How-To Goodies Like:

    The 50 Best Registry Hacks that Make Windows Better
    The 20 Best How-To Geek Explainer Topics for 2010
    The 20 Best Windows Tweaks that Still Work in Windows 7
    The 50 Best How-To Geek Windows Articles of 2010
    The 10 Cleverest Ways to Use Linux to Fix Your Windows PC

Some of the Handy 50 include These:

    How to Clean Up Your Messy Windows Context Menu
    Disable the “Send To” Folder on the Windows Explorer Context Menu

    Remove Gadgets and Screen Resolution on Windows 7 Desktop Context Menu

    How to Clean Up Your Messy Internet Explorer Context Menu
    Remove “Troubleshoot Compatibility” from the Windows Context Menu

    Remove Programs from the Open With Menu in Explorer
    Remove ATI Catalyst Control Center from the Desktop     Right-Click Menu

    Remove NVIDIA Control Panel from Desktop Right-Click Menu

Wow !!! They've Been BUSY !!!

Wingman: "Just So You Don't Think I'm 
TOTALLY anti-windows:"


Microsoft Releases Free WebMatrix 
Web Development Tool


I AM Anti-Clutter, I Don't like Links over 100 characters
like this one at: 151 Characters, 
Use the tinyURL at Only 26, instead.  Wingman.




Wingman's Getting into Ruby Coding in Windows.

It Reminds me, in some ways, like Pascal.

Yeah, that's the Language that went "nuts" 
a few years back
with David Heinemeir Hansson's 
creation of Ruby on Rails in 2003.


For my "baby steps" learning the Core Ruby Language 
on Windows I'm Using the Command-line, 
Acrobat Reader and Notepad++.

See my LBK (Linux by Knight) blog where I cover my efforts in more detail.


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