TheWindowsClub is conceptualized, created & owned by Anand Khanse, a Microsoft MVP Awardee (2006-2016), a Windows Insider MVP and an end-user Windows enthusiast. If you wish to contact me, you can do so at happyandyk at hotmail dot com.
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Before you try any suggestions which are being offered for free, by this website, it is recommended that you back up all your data as well as your Registry and create a system restore point first. All use is completely at your own risk.
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Again, it is always best to create a System Restore Point before trying anything new. While I may not have mentioned it, where required, you may have to ‘Log In As Administrator‘ or ‘Run As Administrator‘, to carry out or execute particular tasks.
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