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Windows Vista Tips & Tricks Page 3

Adding most frequently used applications to the Start menu

Open registry editor [ Click “Start” and type “regedit” in the “Search” box.]
Browse to the “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT --> Folder --> shellex --> ContextMenuHandlers” key.
From the Registry Editor menu, click “Edit --> New --> Key”
The key will be named New Key #1 by default.
Change the name of the key to “{a2a9545d-a0c2-42b4-9708-a0b2badd77c8}” and press [Enter].
Once done, close the registry editor
Restart the computer for changes to take effect.
Accessing frequently used system folders instantaneously (Vista, XP, 2000)

Start --> All Programs --> Accessories --> Run [win key + R]
Type ‘shell:<Name>‘ in the input field and confirm the same with ‘OK’.
Name System folder
shell:profile User profile folder
shell:personal User personal files
shell:networkfolder My Network Places (only XP,2000)
shell:programfiles Program Files folder
shell:internetfolder IE home page
shell:common administrative tools System Management Tools
shell:windows Windows folder
shell:system System32 folder

Even Windows Environment Variables work just like these names.

Environment Variable System Folder
%userprofile% User profile folder
%appdata% Application data folder
%homedrive% Windows installed drive
%homepath% Windows installed drive
%systemdrive% Windows installed drive
%systemroot% Windows folder
%windir% Windows folder
%programfiles% Program files folder
%temp% Temp files folder
%tmp% Temp files folder

Environment variable program files
Environment variable program files window
Note : Go to command prompt and type "set" to see all environment variables
Change folder icon

Right Click on any folder and select properties.
Click the “Customize” tab.
In the “Folder icons” section, click the “Change Icon” button to open "Change Icon for .... folder" window.
Select an appropriate icon and click “OK”.
This window contains a “Restore Defaults” button which helps you to restore the original icon later.
Bypass a System reboot required after a program installation (Vista, XP)

open command prompt and type ‘tskill    /f    /im    explorer.exe’ to kill windows explorer.
Now type explorer.exe in command prompt to restart windows explorer.
In windows XP Home use ‘tskill    /a    explorer’ to kill windows explorer.
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