Unable To Unhide Hidden Folders

Such problem occurs when you are affected by a w32.USBworm or its varient. Although now there are updates to clean this worm but still you are not able to unhide hidden folders. In such case one of the following registry edits work for sure.

Solution 1:

Go to Start –> Run, then type regedit and press Enter
Navigate to

Find a key called CheckedValue

Double Click “CheckedValue” key and modify it to “1. This is to show all the hidden files.

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Today we have thousands of applications demanding hard disk space, there installation size is big and in some cases huge. Only to wamp up GUI interface. This site contains many applications which are tiny. The size is small but they do have lot of functionality. You’ll find the smallest application available on web at one place.

My favorite is the smallest web browser. It’s less than 1MB and still functions. This site is not eye candy, But its content is worth reading and using. Most of the applications here are used by computer administrators so they can be run from CD without need to install.

And the most important thing is they are freewares. Now thats worth giving a try. Do visit the site and leave a comment about this site.


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पानात पडेल ते खाल्ल्या शिवाय
पोटच आमच भरत नाही.

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ReadyBoost for Windows XP

ReadyBoost is a disk caching technology first included with Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system. It aims to make computers running Windows Vista more responsive by using flash memory on a USB 2.0 drive, SD card, CompactFlash, or other form of flash memory, in order to boost system performance.

ReadyBoost is also used to facilitate SuperFetch, an updated version of Windows XP’s prefetcher which performs analysis of boot-time disk usage patterns and creates a cache which is used in subsequent system boots. Continue reading →