Sunday, August 11, 2013

Use of windows commands

If your task manager doesn’t open in Windows XP or Windows 7, there is a solution to that problem. Sometimes virus or some Malware disturb the windows config settings which lead to inconsistency in providing correct efforts from operating system side. One of the program is task manager, is disable most of the time and there are numbers of similar problems related to this config of windows.

In this tutorial I am going to explain how to use a command of Windows i.e. "gpedit.msc".

Procedure to use the command is:

1.     Click on start menu.

2. Type in run window "gpedit.msc".

 3. After entering press ENTER.

 It will open a new window with the name of "local group policy editor".

So for enabling the task manager, the procedure is:

1. Click on administrative templates in User Configuration section.

2. Then select System option in the drop down list.

 3. Then again select "Ctrl+Alt+Del Option".

  4. After that watch in the right side of the same window and double click                 on "Remove Task Manager".
5. To activate it click on "Not Configured".

The above procedure is same for Windows XP and Windows 7.

 Here malware is software or an .exe file which disrupt computer operations and setting i.e. windows config files. It can appear in the form of code, script or active content