Windows 7 errors Recovery and Advanced Boot Options

Any Windows 7-based operating system crashes after a long time. System disks become clogged with residual and temporary files, programs. Framework mess prompts an abatement in generally execution. The gadget consumes most of the day for sure, performs tasks gradually. The most serious issue for clients is the event of mistakes behind the scenes of accidents in Windows 7. There are inward and outside approaches to fix mistakes in the framework.

Windows 7

Remove the error “This program is not installed correctly”

Sometimes in Windows 7 and 8 there is such an interesting error as “This program is not installed correctly.” It occurs most often when there are some problems in compatibility with the operating system of the program or game itself. This article will not describe how you can fix this error or what needs to be done so that the compatibility problem disappears and the game / program starts.

In short, I’ll just write that you need to either install a different version, or another program, or run it in compatibility mode (there is such an item when RMB on the shortcut). And also compatibility problems are solved “individually” with each program or game.

It was such a lyrical digression. Now we will make it so that the message is no longer shown. On the one hand, you don’t need it – well, it didn’t start anyway. And on the other hand, if such a message does not come out, you will not even know if there was an error at startup. It won’t start anyway

In general, whether to use this method or not is up to you. So, open the Run dialog box (or press the Win + R hotkeys) and enter services.msc. Next, we look for “Program Compatibility Assistant” in the list and double-click on it. In the Startup type, select Disabled and click the Stop and Apply buttons: Now we close the whole thing correctly and the dialog box with the error “This program is not installed correctly” will no longer appear. You can still reboot for a more correct entry into force of the changes.


Copy and Move to Folder

What are the most common actions you perform with files and folders? I think you either copy them, or move them, or delete them, and then, depending on the circumstances. Today I will show you how you can simplify your task a little by adding the items “Move to folder” and “Copy to folder” to the context menu of the explorer.

Perhaps it will not be so useful and fast, but I find this method quite interesting. I will warn you right away, I did it myself and tested it on Windows 7. It can also work on Windows 8, but most likely not on Windows XP.


How to remove an activation key

Scarcely any individuals know, yet after you have purchased and initiated a permit for Windows 7, this key is not, at this point required by the framework. It is required just a single time – upon enactment. Later on, the framework doesn’t check it. Furthermore, the most fascinating thing is that this key is kept in touch with the vault, and this is as of now risky. Inquire as to why? Indeed, since, supposing that an interloper gets into your framework, he can without much of a stretch duplicate this key to himself, and afterward use it for his own motivations. For instance, make pilfered congregations with this key or actuate yourself.


How to delete a Windows folder

So, if you were not enlightened by my advice and instructions in the article How to remove Windows and you still decided to delete the Windows folder, then read the article and delve into it. I will help you.

I share my personal experience, so I ask you not to judge strictly and not write that you could have gone in other ways, for example, by booting from a Live CD or in Safe Mode . Yes, it was possible to do this, but I once had to install two OSs on two different disks and I decided to get rid of one while being in real time under the other.

I didn’t want to format it, because it’s an extra hassle with transferring the necessary files, and I also installed many programs on this disk in order to save space. Naturally, deleting this folder will not work in the usual way. She has her own super-duper user TrustedInstaller, which even more abruptly than the admin will be

I will not go into details, I will only write that this is a system account and it is she who will not allow deleting this folder (as well as other system ones).The instructions below are written by me in the order of all actions. In it, I first endowed all users with super-privileged rights, at the same time depriving TrustedInstaller of these rights.

Why everyone and not the administrator or the current user? My logic is that you still delete this folder, so it’s better if everyone has the rights. Because there can still be delays if you assign rights to the Admin or User. I also want to remind you that I removed from under another OS from another local disk.


Turn off forced shutdown


Maybe someone has come across the fact that when you turn off or restart the computer, sometimes Windows displays a message that it cannot terminate any application itself and you just have to click the Cancel button and wait for the program to hang up, or click the Force shutdown button and then Windows will try to “kill” this process and shut down Do you remember? Have you seen this message? Now we will do something with him …

What exactly? Let’s just make the programs automatically terminate themselves when the computer is turned off. By this action, such a forced termination message will no longer be displayed, and the computer, in theory, will turn off faster.


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