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  1. Hello,

    "Unsafe" means that Wise Registry Cleaner does not know if it is safe to delete these items, and requires further judgment by the user.

    If you don't know them either, it is recommended to keep them.

    r make sure the backup function is enabled, then clean them. Wise Registry Cleaner will backup these registry entries before cleaning. If you have trouble after cleaning, please restore these registry entries from the Restore center.

     

  2. Hello,

    Sorry about that.

    We cannot reproduce the problem. 

    If it happened after cleaning the registry, please click Menu - Restore, then select a backup and click Restore. It will restore deleted registry keys. Then reboot the system. If this method solves the problem, please send us the backup file. We'll analyze it and find out why.

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    If it happened after optimizing the system, please click System Tuneup, select all optimized items, then click the button "System Default" in the left lower corner. Then reboot the system.

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  3. @Sam68

    Hello,

    It may be caused by software, and hardware.

    Software

    1. Check the system settings.

    Press Win + i to open System Settings, then click System - About - Advanced system settings

    In the opened System Properties window, find Startup and Recovery then click Settings.

    In Startup and Recovery window, find System failure, and check if the option "Automatically restart" is selected.

    2. Check scheduled tasks

    Press Win + s to open the search window, type "task scheduler", then check if there is a scheduled task that will reboot the system automatically.

    3. Check the installed applications

     

    Hardware

    Unstable voltage, power supply problem, or high CPU temperature, or even bad sectors on the disk, may cause the system to restart automatically

  4. Reminder is a things to-do reminder plug-in that can be used on a computer, just like an alarm clock in mobile phone. It only takes a few seconds for the user to create a task. Support multi-task reminders, such as business meetings, birthday dinners, anniversaries, etc. No longer worry about memory being like a sieve.

     

    The page as a whole is divided into three parts: Task groups, Task items and Settings

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    Steps:

     

    1.       Click Add Group to create a new group. Here you can create multiple groups. Each group supports adding multiple tasks.

    Then double-click to edit or modify the task group name.

    In addition, you can also right-click to implement edit function or delete the task group.

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    2.       Create new task item by clicking + in the upper right corner. Then edit task item.

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    Note: For each new alarm task, the total number of tasks will be displayed on the corresponding task group.

     

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    3.       Set date and time.

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    Select the frequency of alarm ringing (once, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) and specific time, and finally click Save.

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    4.       The alarm is ringing. Click Got it to close it.

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    5.        Completed tasks will be checked as green.

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    Note:

    Part one----create new item.

    Part two----set date and time.

    Part three----time left.

    Part four----uncompleted task.

    Part five----completed task.

     

     

    6. Settings

     

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    Here you can perform some basic task settings such as:

    ----If you check Hide completed tasks, the completed tasks will not be displayed in the task item.

    If you check Put completed tasks at the bottom of the list, the completed tasks will be placed below the unfinished tasks.

    ----Choose your favorite ringtone: Default or Mute.

    ----Use some shortcut keys to make the operation easier. For example, by pressing the Tab key to create a new task or pressing Space key to mark whether the task has been completed.

     

  5. Network Address Translation is to make data packets with a specific source IP address and source port number not be shielded by the NAT device and routed correctly to the internal network host. Generally speaking, it is a way to establish a link between a private network and an Internet network. Hereinafter, Network Address Translation is referred to as NAT for short.

    Steps

    1. Please log in to your Wise Toys account before using NAT. Fill in the username and password. If you do not have an account, please fill in the email to register first. 

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    2. There are connections on the left side of the page.

    Click part one to delete the connection;

    Click part two to modify the connection’s name;

    Click part three to add new connections;

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    3. On the right side of the page is the specific content of the link item:

    Server node-currently only supports one server, with development, it will be possible to support two or more;

    Connection method--- Contains 3 modes: http, Local Directory and tcp;

    External domain---generally is the username;

    Intranet address---take 127.0.0.1 as an example;

    Intranet port----take 80 as an example;

     

    Click Connect.

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    4. The connection item on the left shows a green dot that means the connection is successful.

    If you don’t want to connect, then click disconnect.

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    Note: Currently, only two items can be connected at the same time.

    After the connection is successful, you can click copy http or copy https to copy the link.

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    Http is a plaintext protocol transmission, and https is an encrypted protocol transmission. In other words, https is more secure than http.

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