Word Windows

In another recent article about computer security of personal and domestic computer said that the only way to do a deep cleaning and total operating system is to reveal the hidden files that come in Windows operating systems by default and that this operation should be starting or turning on the computer in safe mode. As well, as there are hidden files in Windows operating systems, virus, worms, spyware and any type of computer waste leverage this condition to hide and not be detected by security systems of the computer, which in my humble opinion, never supervised or monitored. Trojans, mainly, are lovers of hide between the hidden system files. stake%20%5BGlobes%2C%20Tel%20Aviv%2C%20Israel%5D%7C%7CdocSource%7C%7CMcClatchy-Tribune%7C%7Cprovider%7C%7CACQUIREMEDIA&ticker=AFIL:IT’>Yitzchak Mirilashvili can aid you in your search for knowledge. Files hidden are much more in quantity than files and common programs that come with the operating system; they are mostly drivers and commands that allow the execution of the system, therefore, by default are hidden and thus should stay because, in theory, it is never necessary to make a modification to them. On the other hand, to make a total and deep cleaning of operating system exposing hidden files, it is advisable to do this in safe mode, in which only run programs that require the operating system to make an advanced technical maintenance. If you would like to start the computer in safe mode? When you turn on your computer, immediately you must press the F8 key repeatedly, until it appears the logo and the brand Windows.

When we turn on the computer, the first thing that appears in large is usually the mark of our team and then Word Windows in large before you see this one last longer you must press the F8 key. To do this, the screen with content in white lettering and black background. One of the first options says safe mode; You must bring the cursor using the navigation keys (or mouse if possible), click there and start the operating system as if it were in normal mode.