Recover Deleted Files by Yourself or Undelete Freeware

Many users want to recover deleted files after deleting some important files mistakenly. If you encountered the same problem, you’ll be anxious and want to undelete files immediately. In fact, it is easy to undelete files. In this article I’ll introduce the method how to recover deleted files yourself or by undelete freeware. Important Notice about recovering deleted files Firstly, please don’t worry, as it is easy to recover deleted files. If you undelete files in haste, the problem may be worse. Don’t write new files to the partition that you deleted files, no matter it is hard disk partition, USB flash drive or digital camera. If the deleted files are in the system partition, don’t reboot computer or install new applications after you deleted files. Why deleted files can be recovered? Windows marks files for deletion and removes them from the file system database when you delete them. This doesn’t … Continue reading

Clean Registry and Speedup Windows with Registry Optimizer

Registry Mechanic

Why is registry clean important? The Windows registry is the central store for all hardware and software configuration settings on your computer. It’s like a huge database, controlling the workings of your computer, and it is accessed hundreds of times a second, so performance is important. Registry entries commonly get left behind when software is uninstalled or upgraded. These entries may point to files that no longer exist, or they may simply be incorrect. If Windows or an application tries to use this invalid information, it may display an error message or crash. Periodic registry maintenance plays a vital role in keeping your computer stable, and can speed up Windows’ internal processes by giving faster access to valid information. Over a period of time, the data in the registry becomes disorganized and fragmented. Regular use of a maintenance tool to compact and defragment the registry ensures that Windows has the … Continue reading

How to Add IIS and Other Windows Components in Windows 7

Some people like to add some Windows components after they installed operating system. Among these components, IIS may be the most common used. With IIS components, you can create FTP and WWW services, especially for web engineers.   Sometimes, I use this service, too. After I installed Windows 7 and try to add IIS components, I find that Windows 7 has changed the way to add IIS and other components, comparing to Windows XP, so I decided to write an article and share the experience how to add IIS and other components in Windows 7. How to add IIS and other components in Windows 7? 1. Open Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features or Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features (This depends on how you view the Control Panel items). 2. On top left corner, you’ll find a shortcut ‘Turn Windows features on or off’, click it. 3. Windows 7 will pop … Continue reading

How to Set Up LAN Network Sharing Folder in Windows 7?

As hardware price becomes cheaper and cheaper, more and more home users manage several computers now, especially after Microsoft released Windows 7. Few people give up the old computers immediately. I still remember that after Windows XP released for a long time, many people still use Windows 98 to play games. The common problem to manage several computers is how to connect and transfer files among these computers. What will you do if you want to transfer files from one LAN computer to another? Maybe you may consider methods below. 1. Copy to removable storage device and paste to the target computer. 2. Connect two computers directly with cross wire. 3. Transfer with some Instant Messenger. Either method 1 or 2 is inconvenient, no one want to connect and disconnect the computers for trifles frequently. If you want to transfer large amount of files, you have to use external hard … Continue reading

How to Keep Away from Network Security Risks

There are many computer security risks from network, how to keep away from these network security risks? In this article, I’ll give some advance. Use virus protection software I recommend the use of anti-virus software on all Internet-connected computers. Be sure to keep your anti-virus software up-to-date. Many anti-virus packages support automatic updates of virus definitions. I recommend the use of these automatic updates when available. Use a firewall I strongly recommend the use of some type of firewall product, such as a network appliance or a personal firewall software package. Intruders are constantly scanning home user systems for known vulnerabilities. Network firewalls (whether software or hardware-based) can provide some degree of protection against these attacks. However, no firewall can detect or stop all attacks, so it’s not sufficient to install a firewall and then ignore all other security measures. Make a boot disk in case your computer is damaged … Continue reading