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WinBubble: Enable/Disable Changing of Wallpapers

"Don't change my wallpapers!", "How Can I add Restriction for that?"

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Ok, you want to restrict your little brothers and sisters in changing your wallpaper. Maybe this tip is not for everybody but useful for some Computer Centers and Offices that put and use their logo as a Wallpaper.

In just two Clicks, WinBubble will do it for you easily.

Download and open WinBubble > Go to Security Tab > Choose Disable Changing of Wallpapers > Click the Apply Button or Press Alt-A at once. That's it!

Enjoy!

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WinBubble: Hide Any Drives from Computer Window in Windows Vista/XP

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One of the key Feature of WinBubble is the ability to hide drives in Computer and Window Explorer easily. This is very useful if you want to hide the old Floppy drive, a secret network drive or any drives that you want to hide from your little brothers/sisters.

How? Download and Open WinBubble

Go to Security Tab > From the Hide it! Group, Choose any drive to hide > Click the Apply Button or just press Alt+A. Don't forget to Reboot your Computer. That's it!

Note: WinBubble will Only hide the drive from the Computer and Explorer Window. The drive is still accessible from the address bar and Command Prompt.

Enjoy!

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Pin the Search Shortcut in the Start Menu

Two weeks ago, WinBubble can Bring Back/restore your Start Menu completely after installation of Windows Vista Service Pack 1. But Recently, It can't. Microsoft silently patched the hack? *not sure, I don't know...

Anyway, Here's another Solution: Pin the Search Button in the Start Menu.

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How?

1. Press Win+F or F3 when you click the Start Menu

2. Drag the Search Icon to Desktop

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3. Rename the Search Shortcut

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4. Right-Click+Shift Button at once and choose Pin to Start Menu

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That's it!

Enjoy!

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Disable Auto Play in All types of Media

Got annoyed when you insert usb drives, CD/DVD or any mass storage? Especially, when you have many partitions, multiple window will appear asking you if you want to open or browse the drive.

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Solution: Disable autoplay in all drives. How?

1. Download and open WinBubble.

2. Go to Security Tab, Choose the option "Disable Autoplay in all types of media" and press "Alt-A" or just click the Apply Button.

3. Reboot or Log-off your computer.

In Windows XP: Download and install .Net Framework first

Enjoy!

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"Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver", What should I do?

Most of the times you will encounter these messages after installing a device driver for a specific hardware and applications in which drivers are needed.

Windows Cannot verify

What should I do?

1. Verify the manufacturer of the driver

2. If possible, download and install driver software from the manufacturer's website or disc. Badly coded drivers can make your OS unstable.

3. Check if the  device driver is the latest one. If your computer is working perfectly, there is no need to update or install the latest one. Unless, it is recommended by the hardware manufacturer.

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