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How to Disable SuperFetch on Windows Vista

The SuperFetch service in Windows Vista preloads your system's memory with the applications that you use most often. This makes launching of those applications much faster, but it might be an unwanted behavior for system tweakers or gamers.

Change or Set the Greasemonkey Script Editor in Firefox

If you are a fan of the Greasemonkey extension for Firefox you might wonder how to change the script editor/viewer as there is no option for this in the UI. It's even worse when you download scripts from some website and the line endings don't work in the inferior default editor.

Reopen Closed Tabs in Internet Explorer

If there's one thing that annoys me in Internet Explorer more than anything else, it's that there is no way to re-open a tab once you've closed it. It's especially annoying when you've done a lot of browsing so you have to sift through all your history to find the link for the page you closed.

Copy To the Clipboard From the Windows Command Prompt

Let's face it, not everybody is an ubergeek, so there are many times that you'll need to ask somebody for help. They always seem to ask you to type things into the command prompt and then tell them the results... but how do you copy that text to the clipboard so you can email it to them?

Easier Table Column Selection in Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is a behemoth of formatting options only fully understood by a select few... for the rest of us it's just plain confusing and often frustrating to deal with. I noticed a neat trick for selecting columns and felt the need to share it with everybody else.

Turn Off the Annoying Windows XP System Beeps

When you spend a lot of time in front of your computer, the annoying beeps start to drive you mad after a while. I really don't need to be told that I hit the wrong key anymore, so I've compiled a list of how to turn off all the system beeps in Windows XP.
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