Sometimes it is useful to have the ability to re-register Windows DLL files to fix various issues in the operating system. Components of Windows which use COM/OLE/ActiveX servers need to be registered using regsvr32. For some reason, they can get unregistered and then some desktop apps won't work properly unless you register them using the command line. Having commands to register the DLL from the context menu makes this process faster. Here is how it can be done.
NT6, whose era started with Windows Vista, has introduced a new Event Viewer with
blackjack and hookers filters and categories. Although they are quite useful and allow you to locate any system event/error easily, the Event Viewer is VERY slow. Those of us who have used Windows XP/2000 still remember how fast and compact the Event Viewer was in Windows XP. It can still be useful if you only quickly want to see the last few events which happened on your system. Windows Vista, 7 and Windows 8 still contain the old Event Viewer application, but it is just not enabled by default. Today I am going to share with you how to enable it.