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How to Delete Temp Files and Prefetch files in Windows 7

This is a supporting tutorial for my main articles where most of the time we provide steps like remove the temp files, cache, prefetch, etc as a part of troubleshooting procedure. In order to avoid writing the same steps again and again in every guide, I prefer to write a detailed guide on the removal of temporary files and cache files from Windows computer. Please note that many recommend to delete the below-listed files in safe mode for the perfect completion of the task but we can do the same in normal mode too. How to Clear Temp files in Windows 7 Computer In order to clear temporary files in Windows 7 computer follow the steps below. 1. Click on Windows Start 2. Click on Run 3. Type temp on Run and press enter 4. Delete files listed 5. Again type %temp% on Run and press enter 6. Delete files listed here Please note that the files currently under use cannot be deleted and may show an error message. Empty Prefetch Folder Prefetch folder contains files which

bX-oefv42 Error code While Moderating Blogger Comments

Today while moderating the pending comments on my blog, after pressing Publish or delete, it took a lot of time saying saving and received an error message at last. This message says "We're sorry, but we were unable to complete your request.... ". At the end of this message there is an error code something like "bX-oefv42----" and they recommend to provide this code when I report this issue to support. One of the suggestions I received was to upgrade the current interface and I did it. However, no luck. I still see this message whenever I try to publish or reject the pending approval comments. If you are not familiar with this alert, I suggest you have a look at the picture below. After searching for this bX error message I found Blogger is already aware of this issue and they are on the way to find the reason behind it. Blogger says some of their users see this bX code while commenting. Since they are studying more about it, they request others to help the

How to Show Power Icon and Notifivations on Taskbar

By default, power icon is disabled on Windows 7 taskbar but you will see the power-related notifications. If you are traveling or not in a position to charge your laptop immediately, it is advised to monitor the power status while doing critical works. If the power icon is shown on the taskbar it is easy to monitor the power status easily. In case you are confused about the right time to charge your laptop battery follow the link below. When to charge a Laptop battery In order to display battery power icon and notification on Windows 7 taskbar follow the steps below. 1. Click on Start 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Click on Notification Area Icons Now you can see the system icons and their behaviors. Under behavior, you can see three options. They are: i. Show icon and notifications ii. Hide icon and notifications iii. Only Show notifications Select the Power behavior as "Show icon and notifications" and click ok. Now onwards power icon displays

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Alex George has Engineering graduation in Computer Science and an MBA in Finance. He had been working as a senior Network Engineer for ten years. His specialization is in Cisco products. Traveling is one of his hobbies and visited various places as part of his onsite work. He visited different places as part of his onsite work like New York, Dubai, London, etc. Right now Alex is a director of one of the leading career development firms in India, which trains students for UPSC, SSC, and PSC examinations. He guides a lot of students to get selection for various prestigious institutions like CBI, Income Tax Department, etc. Alex George is a stock market investor and a very active intraday trader. Engineering Background: He has a B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering and passed different network and security courses like CCNA, CCNP (Security), CEH, and various Microsoft certifications. Finance Background: Alex has an MBA in Finance. He is an active intraday trader and a Share Market Investor. Webmaster Skills: Alex is a blogger since 2004. He has a working knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP, and JavaScrip.