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[TechRepublic] 10 common issues you can fix with a registry hack

July 15, 2009

10 common issues you can fix with a registry hack

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Sometimes, configuring Windows to meet your needs requires a trip to the registry editor. Here's a look at some simple hacks that can save you time and prevent a variety of problems.

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