How to get rid of the annoying “low on disk space” warning on Windows XP.

 

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Why is it when you fill up a disk that Windows give you a warning “low on disk space” which wont go away? This annoying warning appears whenever you are utilize the most from your disk. You shouldn't have to buy a disk large enough just to have enough free space to keep this warning at bay, so here is how to eliminate that annoying “low on disk space” warning that Windows XP Shows.

NOTE: If the disk in question is C: (or the disk that Windows XP resides), then you are much better off deleting unwanted files, uninstalling unwanted programs, or moving you personal files because if the drive which displays the "low on disk space" warning is the home for Windows XP, then the Windows could slow and even become unresponsive if the disk fills completely.

Read on to find out how to get rid of the annoying “low on disk space” warning on Windows XP.

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How do I turn off AVG Anti-Virus?

 

how to turn of AVG

 

You may need to turn your AVG Anti virus off when installing programs or running games. AVG Anti virus can hinder games performance but more importantly, cause some games to swap to the desktop intermittently.

So how can you turn off AVG? If you right click the icon in to system tray you can exit the program but it wont mean the scanner process (called the “resident shield component”) will be stopped. Some people will find that on later versions you right clicking the system tray icon for AVG will not even give the option to exit. Here's how to turn of AVG Anti virus....

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How to turn off black outlines or highlights around icons and text in Mac OS X tiger, leopard, snow leopard

How to turn off the black outline or highlight around icons and text in Mac OS X:

If you black outlines or highlights around anything you select in Mac OS X (tiger, leopard,snow leopard) you probably turned on “Voiceover” accidently.

To turn it off, press command + F5 (Apple + F5) 

You can also turn of the black outline/highlights in OS X from “VoiceOver” under the Universal Access tab in System Preferences.

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Making a screen shot in Mac OS X tiger, panther, leopard, snow leopard

Want to make a screen shot on a Mac (OS X, any version)? Just press command + shift + 3 (the number) simultaneously (press and hold command and shift, then press 3).

The screen shot appears on the OS X desktop (already saved).  To crop, double click the saved screen shot file. Mac OS X will open a preview allowing you to crop the screenshot from there.

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