When you start your computer, the user accounts listing in the Welcome Screen may show up with an empty frame. Result would be the same if you open the User Accounts window in the Control Panel. Also, the user accounts icon may be missing in the Start menu.
When you open Explorer, all the libraries may be missing, and clicking the "Restore default libraries" context menu option would have no effect. For reasons unexplained, in some cases the libraries may become hidden, and all you need to do is to remove the hidden attribute set from the "library-ms" files.
Did the Homegroup icon all of a sudden appear on the desktop after running a registry cleaner or using a third party tweaking tool? This article shows you the way to hide the Homegroup icon from desktop.
Removing the Homegroup icon via user interface is not possible, as the "Change desktop icons" dialog in Windows 7 doesn’t list Homegroup as an available option. The only way to remove the Homegroup icon is via the registry. Use these steps:Read more
When you attempt to browse the web, a dial-up window may appear prompting for username and password even though the obsolete dial-up connectoid had been deleted from Network Connections window long ago. This may occur when your Wireless goes out of range, or when internet connection goes down in your network. To resolve the problem, … Read more
When you click on the Documents, Pictures, Music or Videos library from the Start menu, nothing may happen. Also, these library links may show up with the file extension ".library-ms" in the Windows 7 Start menu.
And the libraries (both the built-in and custom ones) don’t work when double-clicked from Explorer, and they show up with a generic icon.Read more
After installing Internet Explorer 11, some of your desktop gadgets may not render correctly. The gadgets may appear transparent with pink border and text, as in the graphic below: And here is how it’s supposed to appear: This has to do with a bug in Internet Explorer 11 RTM, which breaks some desktop gadgets, if … Read more
When you try to view the reliability history (Reliability Monitor) of your computer via Control Panel or Action Center, the reliability history page may be completely blank/empty. This can happen if the Task Scheduler Service or RACTask scheduled job is disabled in your computer.
To re-enable tracking of events by the Reliability Monitor, use these steps:Read more