Category Archives: Windows 7

How to move the Yahoo! Messenger archive from a computer to other computer

Yahoo! Messenger  offers a simple method to move the archive from a computer to other  computer .

The first step: You need to close Yahoo Messenger.

Second step( For Windows Xp):
You need to go to C:\Program Files\Yahoo\Messenger\Profiles.  Here you will find folders for each id that loged in you Yahoo Messenger.

Third Step: You must to choose the folder of your id  Now. You open it and  save the Archive folder to a stick or cd.
If you use Vistaor Windows 7, the path for your archive folder is:
C:\Users\(windows_username)\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Yahoo!\Messenger\Profiles.

How to easily create pdf files from any windows program with PDFCreator

Sometimes, you need information from a website or a software , but you cannot save it or print it. Now, I will show you how to save or print any information from any website or software that runs in Windows Xp, Vista or 7.

First of all, you need to download the PDFCreator software from here: . After that, you install the software and  you run it.

Now, all you need is to go to the website or go to the software area where is the information you need and press from the keyboard print screen ( Here is a tutorial how to steal images from secured website using paint and print screen) .

 Now, you must go to the PdfCreator and paste the print ( ctrl+v or from mouse) . A new window will appear.

As you can see, you are now creating the pdf file. You can write down the name of the file, the date of creation, the author, the subject of the file and the keywords. You can choose the profile and if you want to open the file after saving it and creating it in pdf format.

Also you have some button: cancel to cancel the save, wait-collect to wait for more print screens an to create a pdf file with more than 1 page, options for different options, e-mail to email and save to save.

With pdfCreator you can install printers and print the files.

How to delete files that can’t be deleted in Windows

Hello guys!

You always wonder how to delete files that can’t be deleted in Windows. Sometimes, Windows doesn’t let you tu delete, move or rename a file. The file is locked because another software is running the file in background.

Now, with the Unlocker, you can unlock a file and delete , rename or move it. First of all, you need to download the soft. [download id=”3″]

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  1.  Here is the drop menu. You press it and then you choose the action: delete, rename, move.
  2. Here are the Kill Process from task manager, Unlock the selected file, Unlock All and Quit button.
To unlock a file, you need to right click on it and choose unlocker, then a window will appear like  with the above options.
Sometimes, unlocker can delete a file only after a restart of the computer.

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Solving the writting issues from Yahoo Messenger in Windows 7

Hello guys!
I noticed that lately more people complain of the writting issues from Yahoo messenger in Windows 7. It seems that sometime, you can’t see the writting from your chat partner in Yahoo messenger.

In this post, I’ll show you the answer at this problem.

Number 1 solution.

Close Yahoo ! Messenger and then in the ” Run ” box  from start menu, you write: regsvr32 jscript.dll

and we click ” OK ” (img. above) .  A windows opens . It confirms that the library was registered successfully.

You need to do the same thing with: regsvr32 vbscript.dll.

Number 2 solution.

In the RUN box from start menu,  you write Regedit and  you press Enter or you click OK :

This opens the Registry Editor . In this follow the route indicated by arrows in the picture below (from 1 to 6 ) :

HKEY_CURRENT_USER> Software> Microsoft> Windows> CurrentVersion> Internet Settings

In Zones (indicated by arrow 7 in the picture above) we right-click and choose Delete(arrow 8 ) , from the context menu. If we are asked to do this, we confirm that we are carrying out the action.

You close Registry Editor and restart the computer.

If after the reboot issue is not resolved, I think the only solution remains formatting or reinstalling Windows.

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