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  1. Hi and welcome, ADRIANBROWN :)


    To understand you right:
    When you press the Shutdown and it shuts down without processing updates from Windows Update?
    if this is so, then do the following:


    1. Click Start button


    2. Type and Enter: gpedit.msc (In the search box just above the Start button)


    3. Click gpedit.msc (At the top of the search result)


    4. Double click following: User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, Windows Update.


    5. Duoble click and edit Do not adjust default option to ‘Install Updates And Shut Down’ in Shut Down Windows dialog box to be Enabled

        Make sure Do not display ‘Install Updates and Shut Down’ Option in Shut Down Windows dialog box is not set to Enabled.

  2. Hi and welcome, shvan :)


    It sounds like you might have slow internet connection or

    be missing some updates of something or other kind :)


    Try to:


    1. Click Start button


    2. Type: Windows Update (In the search box just above the Start button)


    3. Click Windows Update (At the top of the search result)


    4. Click Check after updates (To left and Let us hope that there are some updates :) )

  3. Hi and welcome, 19me08seby :)


    To your attention.
    This is an English language forum, it would be nice if you act affer it. :)
    But we have the text translated and want to know if it is this you mean:


    opens after two minutes the desktop on startup


    If it is correct, try the program 'Wise Care 365'.
    It will definitely improve your PC's start-up and much more


    I hope it will help you :)

  4. Hi and welcome, leckworth :)


    Please read the guidance first then download :)


    Download Unlocker 1.9.2 - 32 and 64 bit version (With Installer)


    Download Unlocker 1.9.0 Portable - 32 and 64 bit


    Do you hate getting such an annoying message given by Windows?



    It has many other flavors:

    Cannot delete file: Access is denied
    There has been a sharing violation.
    The source or destination file may be in use.
    The file is in use by another program or user.
    Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use.


    1. Simply right click the folder or file and select Unlocker


    2. If the folder or file is locked, a window listing of lockers will appear


    3. Simply choose what to do, then click Unlock All and you are done!

  5. Hi and welcome, doa :)


    This indicates that you have 'Bluetooth' feature enabled.
    So we may need to get off to get items reappear - I hope.. :)

    Click on the following:


    1. Start button


    2. Controlpanel


    3. Administration


    4. Services and find Bluetooth Support


    5. Double click Bluetooth Support (Make sure it has started,)


    6. Set to 'Automatic' or 'Manual'


    7. Click on Apply


    8. Perhaps restart your PC



    I hope you can use it :)

  6. Hi and welcome, Erik :)


    You can try this and it does not help - it is the best program Wise Care 365 that might help you, if you do not have it yet :)


    1. Right-click on the taskbar and select Start Task Manager


    2. When the Task Manager opens, go to the Processes tab


    You will now see all the processes running on your system and how much system resources each process takes up.

    As a rule, you are bound to find several processes belonging to utilities that check for software updates or make certain software launch faster.

    The truth is, you don’t really need them running all the time and they can safely be disabled.

    Unnecessary startup items are easy to manage with the help of the System Configuration Utility.

    Here’s how:


    1. Click on the Start button, then click Run (for Windows XP) or Search Programs and files (for Windows 7).

    2. Type msconfig in the box and hit Enter. This will launch the System Configuration Utility.

    3. Go to the Startup tab. You will see a list of all programs launching on Windows startup.


    4. Now go through the list and simply uncheck the programs you don’t want to start automatically.

        Be careful and don’t start disabling recklessly.

        If you don’t know what something is, it’s best to leave it alone or at least Google it before disabling.

        Otherwise you risk making your PC unbootable.

    5. Click Apply and then click OK.

    6. Reboot Windows for the changes to take effect.

  7. Hi and welcome, Marcelord :)


    You're pretty good at English for we can fine read it :)


    If you upgraded your computer from Windows XP to Windows 7 and not reformatted the hard drive during installation,

    you should be able to retrieve your files in the Windows.old folder.

    1. Click the button Start4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33_818, and then click Computer.

    2. Double-click the drive on which Windows is installed (usually drive C: ).

    3. Double-click the
    folder Windows.old.

    4. Double-click the
    folder Users.

    5. Double click on your username.

    6. Open the folder containing the files you want to get.

        (If for example you want to get the files in the folder My Documents, double-click My Documents.)

    7. Copy and paste the files from each folder to a folder in Windows 7

         (If for example you want to get everything from the Documents folder,

         copy all the files and folders and then paste them in the Documents library in Windows 7)

    8. Repeat steps 5-7 for each user account on the computer.



    I hope you can use this solution - it has saved my day many times :)




  8. Hi April :)


    That's good news.
    I can understand if it's a mouthful to take at once, but it was of pure curiosity :)
    I have a name for the maybe possible program if it is ok?


    I chose the Latin word: Adstringo - This means following: To compress and compact.

    In my opinion, it should be called something that others do not have :)






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