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Windows 7: How to replace windows 7 loading screen?

13 Oct 2009   #1

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 
How to replace windows 7 loading screen?

Hi, you know when windows 7 loads, there are the 4 colours that come together into windows? how do i replace that by say, a picture or a short video clip? if its possible

also, internet explorer 8 is not remembering me in eg facebook, so everytime i go i have to retype in my password, how do i fix that?

i want a program that will tell me all passwords typed into internet explorer, saved or unsaved, without using a keylogger because i havent found a good one yet.

thanks a million

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13 Oct 2009   #2

Windows 8 Professional
 
 

not sure how to change the loading screen but i know it can be done in XP and Vista...you may want to research (google) that.

The IE8 settings for saving passwords are in Tools> Internet Options> Content> AutoComplete> Settings.

Do you want a program that will save your passwords and auto-enter them? Like RoboForm? or are you looking for something to view typed in passwords? If the first...use Roboform. If second search google for something like Asterisk Password Revealer.
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13 Oct 2009   #3

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zijincheng View Post
Hi, you know when windows 7 loads, there are the 4 colours that come together into windows? how do i replace that by say, a picture or a short video clip? if its possible...
That animation, in and of itself, represents a significant amount of work in Windows. To date, there is no replacement. It is a fundamentally different approach within the OS.

Not an expert, just read about it.
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13 Oct 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zijincheng View Post
Hi, you know when windows 7 loads, there are the 4 colours that come together into windows? how do i replace that by say, a picture or a short video clip? if its possible

also, internet explorer 8 is not remembering me in eg facebook, so everytime i go i have to retype in my password, how do i fix that?

i want a program that will tell me all passwords typed into internet explorer, saved or unsaved, without using a keylogger because i havent found a good one yet.

thanks a million
I do not believe you can change the loading screen, sorry.

As for the remember passwords entered via IE, first thing that came to my mind is you want a family members/friends password to something.

At any rate though, isn't having a program like that a hefty security risk, especially if you get infected?
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14 Oct 2009   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGamer View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zijincheng View Post
Hi, you know when windows 7 loads, there are the 4 colours that come together into windows? how do i replace that by say, a picture or a short video clip? if its possible

also, internet explorer 8 is not remembering me in eg facebook, so everytime i go i have to retype in my password, how do i fix that?

i want a program that will tell me all passwords typed into internet explorer, saved or unsaved, without using a keylogger because i havent found a good one yet.

thanks a million
I do not believe you can change the loading screen, sorry.

As for the remember passwords entered via IE, first thing that came to my mind is you want a family members/friends password to something.

At any rate though, isn't having a program like that a hefty security risk, especially if you get infected?
Having a password safe can be as secure as you want it to be. I recommend trying a program called Keepass (freeware) which stores your ids and passwords in an strong encrypted format and can require an optional encryption key you can store off machine (I use a flashdrive) as well as a pass-phrase.

Available Here: KeePass Password Safe
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02 May 2013   #6

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE
 
 
How to change your windows booting screen

INSTALL THE FILE BELOW, THEN FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO CHANGE YOUR WINDOWS 7 BOOTSCREEN

STEP1-go to the start menu and in the search tab type REGEDIT
STEP2-when the REGEDIT opens, go to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/MICROSOFT/WI*NDOWS/CURRENT VERSION/AUTHENTICATION/LOGON UI/BACKGROUND in that order
STEP3- on the tab on the left DOUBLE click on OEMBackground, and set the value data to 1 and press ok, then close that window
STEP4- go to MY COMPUTER then go to the LOCAL (C) drive,the go to folders, windows/system32/00be/info.
STEP5- make a new folder with the name BACKGROUND the go in the folder
STEP6-copy and paster a picture of your choice and name it ''backgroundDefault''
after this you the next time you turn off your pc you will see the new screen
**NOTE**
photo must be at least 256KB and 1920x1200


Attached Files
File Type: zip add_gpedit_msc_by_jwils876-d3kh6vm (1).zip (854.5 KB, 6 views)
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02 May 2013   #7

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE
 
 

Start Internet Explorer 8.
Click Tools, and then click Internet Options.


On the Content, click Settings under AutoComplete.


Select the Ask me before saving passwords check box, and then click OK.




Back to the top | Give Feedback
Individually delete saved passwords
Open the Web page, and then double-click the text box of the user.


Select the user that you want to delete, and then press Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.



Back to the top | Give Feedback
Delete all saved passwords
Start Internet Explorer.
Click Safety, and then select Delete browsing history


In the Delete browsing history window, select Passwords, and then click Delete.
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02 May 2013   #8

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE
 
 

TO: zijincheng "internet explorer 8 is not remembering me in eg facebook, so everytime i go i have to retype in my password, how do i fix that?"

Start Internet Explorer 8.
Click Tools, and then click Internet Options.


On the Content, click Settings under AutoComplete.


Select the Ask me before saving passwords check box, and then click OK.




Back to the top | Give Feedback
Individually delete saved passwords
Open the Web page, and then double-click the text box of the user.


Select the user that you want to delete, and then press Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.



Back to the top | Give Feedback
Delete all saved passwords
Start Internet Explorer.
Click Safety, and then select Delete browsing history


In the Delete browsing history window, select Passwords, and then click Delete.
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03 May 2013   #9

windows 7 professional x64
 
 

search de whole c: drive, it might be hiden inside dll or exe de file.. watever it is, i think de size or image inside are pre-default value, if u have found how to change it, let me know.. i wanna change it too.. lols
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03 May 2013   #10

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE
 
 

I posted a message on how to change ur windows 7 logon
Screen already, I even posted a file needed to allow you to
Do the change. Simply look above these posts and see MY FIRST
POST on HOW TO CHANGE YOUR WINDOWS 7 SCREEN.
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