Maximize your computer performance using TuneUp Utilities 2009

Your car’s dashboard computer lets you know when an oil change is needed and when your next service is due. The new TuneUp Utilities Start Center fulfills this role for your computer. It indicates problems it finds, what has changed since the last startup, and whether your computer settings are optimal.

Let’s begin to discuss maximum utilization of

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Connect to internet using CDMA or GSM Mobile Phones- Spice Mobile D88n/gold

This tutorial is based on Windows Vista ( 32 bit NOT 64 bit, for Windows Vista 64 bit OS, go to this article) and make sure you have downloaded the required driver software for the Spice Mobiles. Official site to download drivers for Spice Mobiles.

Updated: Download Drivers for Spice D88, D88n and D88 Gold now from

This article equally applies on how to install cdma driver in my Window 7, provided you’re taking about Spice Mobile handsets.

Before you connect your mobile phone to your computer via USB cable, install the software, and here is how.


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Ways to improve your computer's performance

Ways to improve your computer’s performance

Performance Information and Tools lists tasks that can help improve the performance of your computer, and it also shows information about your computer’s performance capabilities.

  • Go to Control Panel\Performance Information and Tools to open Performance Information and Tools.


Tasks that can help improve performance

The left pane of Performance Information and Tools includes tasks that can help you improve your computer’s performance. This table describes these tasks.



Manage startup programs

Some programs start themselves automatically when you start Windows. Too many of these programs opening at the same time can slow down your computer.

To disable these programs from startup and improve performance, use Windows Defender from Control Panel and for more information, see Stop a program from running automatically when Windows starts.

Adjust visual effects

You can optimize performance by changing how menus and windows appear.

Adjust indexing options

Indexing options can help you find what you’re looking for quickly and easily on your computer.

You can search more efficiently by narrowing your search to focus on those files and folders that you commonly use.

Adjust power settings

Change power-related settings so that your computer resumes from power-saving settings more efficiently, and adjust battery usage for portable computers.

Open Disk Cleanup

This tool deletes unnecessary or temporary files on your hard disk so you can increase the amount of storage space you have.

Advanced tools

Access advanced system tools, such as Event Viewer and System Information, that system administrators and IT professionals often use to solve problems. You can also view notifications about performance-related issues and what to do about them. For example, if Windows detects that a driver is reducing performance, click the notification to learn which driver is causing the problem and view help on how to update the driver. Issues listed at the beginning of the list are impacting the system more than issues listed later in the list.

View details about your computer’s hardware

You can also find out your computer’s Windows Experience Index base score. This score measures the capability of your computer’s hardware and software configuration and is a general indication of performance. The index is used by other software publishers, so you can buy programs that are matched to your computer’s base score.

It is also important that you view some of these issues:

  • Why won’t my computer turn on or off quickly?
  • Spyware: frequently asked questions
  • Exit a program that is not responding

This article is made in most out of help and support from Windows Vista Home Premium.

How to backup or restore Windows Vista User names and Passwords?

This article applies to Windows Vista and assumes that you have administrative credentials for following process to execute.crd_credential_file_icon

Using Credential Backup and Restore Wizard we can either back up to removable drive or hard disk or restore the same. This will ensure to store your username and passwords of Windows Vista in safe way. If you want to    regain your credentials this will be very helpful but you need to backup first.

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System infected by imapdb.exe, and how to remove imapdb.exe virus

Here are few screenshots of imapdb.exe infections from a Windows Vista 32 bit version, one of my friends got infection from. Since the problem was not visible in 64x Vista, the resident file on C:\Windows\System32\imapdb.exe and imapd.exe could easily be removed using administrative credentials. However, the files were not physically present, not visible even after showing all system files.

Detail on this topic System infected by imapdb.exe, and how to remove imapdb.exe & imapd.exe virus is presented after screenshots.

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Using Nepali Keyboard layout and Nepali input language in Windows Vista

click to zoom in: nepali keyboard layout preview in vistaUnlike the premature form of Nepali Keyboard layout and input language in Microsoft’s Windows XP, Windows Vista offers much improved performance and look for Nepali language. In fact, Vista now support Nepali language very well both in terms of Nepali Keyboard layout and Nepali input language.

This means you can use Nepali language thru Nepali Keyboard layout and even enter words or commands(limited) in Nepali either directly by typing or using the onscreen Nepali keyboard. You can customize your keyboard for a specific language or format by changing the keyboard layout. The layout controls which characters appear on the screen when you press the keys on your keyboard. Few steps tend to finish up us with happiness of using Windows Vista in Nepali language.

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Create a shortcut to network connections in your desktop in Vista

shortcut to net connection In Windows Vista, you might come across the condition that you frequently have to use the network connection and connect to function. Here is the summary to create a shortcut to network connections in your desktop.

Simply create a new shortcut by right clicking on desktop (new -> shortcut). Name it as your choice but the path allocated should be as:


(for a screenshot on how to enter the path click here) This path is simply a code that connects you to folder under network connection letting you see the available network connections, and let you create one if you want.

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