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Aug
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comment Is it possible to remove the fade effect between login?
I have seen others successfully modify String Tables and other resources in 32/64bit Windows executables and dll files. It allows you to view and modify them as decompiled resource scripts, so all the OP has to do is locate the settings file which controls fading and disable it.
Aug
3
answered Is it possible to remove the fade effect between login?
Aug
3
comment Why does Windows 7 use the page file when there's free physical RAM?
That's because Windows detects how much total memory the system has and by default assigns xGB for pagefile.sys and xGB for disk caching, but you can fine-tune these and have more free memory if desired. I have a Vista-SP2 laptop with 2GB memory. Its free memory averages 1GB and my disk light rarely blinks.
Aug
3
comment Why does Windows 7 use the page file when there's free physical RAM?
What a lot of people don't understand is that windows never really has free memory... I don't agree with your statement. If that were the case, Windows would be constantly swapping. Windows does use some memory for disk caching, but on a box with 8GB of memory, you're going to have lots of free memory.
Aug
3
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
2
comment Does compressing all files on a 50% full disk partition slow down performance?
Somewhat related, but that question does not address at which point of % full should disk compression be performed, nor does it address which files should or should not be compressed.
Aug
2
answered Windows 7 desktop: forcing new icons (e.g. after starting a download) to appear last?
Aug
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asked Does compressing all files on a 50% full disk partition slow down performance?
Aug
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awarded  Benefactor
Aug
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comment Disable Outlook 2003 splash screen when auto-starting
FYI: reshack works even on Win7 and is a whole lot easier to use than that SplashKiller piece-of-junk!
Aug
1
comment How can I remove the Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 splash screen?
Clever and easy-to-use product!
Aug
1
accepted How can I remove the Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 splash screen?
Aug
1
comment Disable Outlook 2003 splash screen when auto-starting
You only mentioned "It's working for Office XP and 2003" but did not mention on which versions of Windows this product works on, plus the website doesn't mention which Windows SplashKiller works on.
Aug
1
comment How can I locate where this splash screen is stored on my computer?
Suppressing the splash screen wouldn't make it totally anonymous because the credentials remain the same, there are other references of it displayed elsewhere and this product is free. Microsoft has bigger worries like bootleg copies of Windows, Office, etc.
Aug
1
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Aug
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comment How can I locate where this splash screen is stored on my computer?
I looked at vpc.exe with the HxD hex editor, but could not find any file paths for any images in the exe. If this image is embedded within vpc.exe, what would its header info look like in hex format?
Aug
1
asked How can I locate where this splash screen is stored on my computer?
Aug
1
comment How can I change my BIOS splashscreen?
I strongly urge you to not mess with the BIOS, as you can render your motherboard useless!
Aug
1
comment How can I disable Windows 7's default WiFi drivers?
I do that anyway, but I would just like to do away with Win7's WLAN manager all together, amongst other undesirable features, or even do away totally with Win7 and go back to Vista SP2. It seems like just about everything that comes out with newer versions wants to take more and more control away from the user and railroad things down your throat, like it or not. I hope another class action law suit emerges against Microsoft! The status quo of the computer industry has become more of a circus, being driven by greed!
Aug
1
comment Just looking to disable the splash screen in Microsoft Outlook 2007?
SplashKiller did not work on an XP box