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  1. Posts : 29
    Windows 7 EXTREME
       #40

    Thanks Brink, I did it with a new folder. in lessons pin a folder to the taskbar,
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  2. Posts : 70,229
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       #41

    You're welcome Etrifonoves. I'm happy to hear that you got it the way you wanted. :)
    Last edited by Brink; 30 Dec 2009 at 20:15. Reason: typo
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  3. Posts : 29
    Windows 7 EXTREME
       #42

    Thanks for your help, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.
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  4. Posts : 14
    XP and Win7
       #43

    This is a great shortcut... Thanks guys


    I know that it will display an error message if not successful... but is it possible to get a revised script that provides this standard confirmation message?

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  5. Posts : 71
    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
       #44

    HELLO..CAN I ASK..WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CREATE RESTORE POINT N INSTANT CREATE RESTORE POINT?N WHICH IS BETTER BETWEEN BOTH OF THEM?

    OH..one more thing, i think it is much more convenient if we can choose to delete any restore point that we dont want manually..i think windows does not allow us to choose to delete restore point one by one..is it true?or i miss something?as example,we got three restore point, restore point 1, 2 n 3..we just want to keep restore point 1,so we just delete restre point 2 n 3 n keep restore point 1 only.so that we can gain more space on c. is there is any function like that in wndw 7?if no,then how to make it possible?
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  6. Posts : 70,229
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       #45

    Hello Mie,

    mie333 said:
    HELLO..CAN I ASK..WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CREATE RESTORE POINT N INSTANT CREATE RESTORE POINT?N WHICH IS BETTER BETWEEN BOTH OF THEM?
    One creates the restore point immediately, and the other asks for you to type in a name for the restore point first. Both do the same thing, but it just depends on how you want it created. That's all.

    OH..one more thing, i think it is much more convenient if we can choose to delete any restore point that we dont want manually..i think windows does not allow us to choose to delete restore point one by one..is it true?or i miss something?as example,we got three restore point, restore point 1, 2 n 3..we just want to keep restore point 1,so we just delete restre point 2 n 3 n keep restore point 1 only.so that we can gain more space on c. is there is any function like that in wndw 7?if no,then how to make it possible?
    Sorry, but no you cannot delete individual restore points by defualt in Windows 7. However, you can using CCleaner (Tools - System Restore).

    Hope this helps,
    Shawn
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  7. Posts : 71
    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
       #46

    thanks brink for the answer..k one more question, i already create system restore point by using ur method,but i didnt see any restore point that i create just now on my cc cleaner..why?
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  8. Posts : 70,229
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       #47

    It may take it few moments before it shows up in CCleaner. Is it listed in System Protection?
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  9. Posts : 71
    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
       #48

    yeah..now i can see it..thnks alot :)
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  10. Posts : 70,229
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       #49

    You're welcome. :)
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