FAT (File Allocation Table) and NTFS (New Technology File System) is the popular file systems used in Windows operating system. NTFS is the standard windows file system that is integrated with automated data recovery tools. These tools provide NTFS an advantage over other file systems like windows FAT. Read more about How to extract lost, deleted or formatted Windows disk data »

It’s very common, Windows system is getting shut down slowly & slowly and we are sitting in front of it praying to shut down quickly, but in vain. One of the biggest annoyances in Windows XP is waiting for what seems an eternity while it shuts down. There are a couple of registry tweaks that helps in shutting down Windows more quickly.
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Suppose you’ve removed your recycle bin icon or you previously added the some of the “special” icons like Computer, User or Control Panel to the desktop and they are now missing, you must be interested in knowing how to get them back at our desktop.

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Consider a situation, you start your Windows XP system and you are showered with following error messages:

“Searching for Boot record from CDRom – Not Found
Searching for Boot record from SCSI – Not Found
Searching for Boot record from Floppy – Not Found
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“How to restore accidentally and permanently deleted files stored on computer hard disk?” is a very common question whose answer is been searched by thousands of computer users. There is nothing surprising in the fact that a large number of computer users do not know to restore accidentally deleted computer files, as not everyone is a technical person. For those who have good knowledge about computers, recovering lost files can be easy but what about those who do not have hand on experience about using computers. Read more about Restore Accidentally Deleted Computer files »