Sometimes the New Folder option disappears in Windows 7, and you don’t know why. Here are three solutions to this problem.
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Cleaning your Windows Registry with Registry Reviver is vitally important. In this step of our ReviverSoft Maintenance Plan. Learn why here.
There’s a standard scan that Registry Reviver performs every time you run it, and there’s a secondary scan as well called the Deep Scan. The deep scan is not enabled in Registry Reviver by default; you need to click the Scan button at the top, and select the Deep Scan check box. Then perform the scan.
When you start your PC, several programs launch automatically. These programs are set up to launch this way. However, when a program is removed incorrectly, often your PC will still try to launch it upon startup. That’s because the registry entry remains in your Windows Registry.
Help files pop up whenever you click Help within an application. They’re special files in Windows that are stored separately, away from the application. Though the content is written by whoever made the application, the help file’s interface is all Windows. Help files can be crucial for understanding how a complicated application works.