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Take charge of Windows 7 with these 10 power tips
March 17, 2011

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Change stacked Window behavior in the Windows 7 Taskbar ....................................................................... 2 Scan Windows 7 system files to repair errors ................................................................................................. 3 Ensure services restart upon failurein Windows 7 ......................................................................................... 5 Reclaim used hard drive memory with Disk Cleanup ...................................................................................... 7 Disable the Sticky and Filter Keys in Windows ................................................................................................ 8 Speed upmenus in Windows 7 ....................................................................................................................... 11 Manage the autorun process in Windows 7 ................................................................................................... 13 Kill rogue processes with taskkill in Microsoft Windows................................................................................ 16 Shrink a hard drive volume in Windows 7 ....................................................................................................... 17 Create a new partition with a Windows 7 tool ............................................................................................... 21

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Take charge of Windows 7 with these 10 power tips

Change stacked Window behavior in the Windows 7 Taskbar
By Mark Kaelin

The default Windows 7 behavior when dealing with a set of single-app stacked windows in theTaskbar is to display the set as thumbnails when you hover or click the icon, similar to Figure A. But I almost always find myself wanting to return to the last active window, which means I have to find the right one via the thumbnails (Figure B). By tweaking the Windows Registry, you can change the stacked window behavior in the Taskbar to automatically open the last active window of that particularapplication.

Figure A

Registry edit
Warning: The Windows Registry is an integral part of the Windows 7 operating system. Editing and changing the registry file could render the system inoperable. Please make a backup of the registry file before you make any edits or tweaks. Click the Start button, enter regedit in the search box, and click the regedit.exe menu item. Answer the UAC prompt toget to the edit screen and navigate to this key:

Figure B

HKEY_CURRENT-USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced Right-click in a blank area in the right pane, click New, and then click the DWORD (32-bit) Value menu item, as shown in Figure C. Change the name to LastActiveClick.

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Take charge of Windows 7 with these 10 power tips

Figure C Double-click on LastActiveClick to open the Value dialog box. Then, change the Value Data field to 1, as shown in Figure D, and click OK. Exit regedit and restartWindows. Now, when you click the icon representing stacked windows of a single application, you will automatically be sent to the last active window. If you click the stacked windows icon again, the next-to-last active window will be brought to the forefront, and so on. No more thumbnails to choose from. Figure D

Scan Windows 7 system files to repair errors
By Mark Kaelin

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