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How to Restore the Default Games

How to Restore the Default Games
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This will show you how to restore the default Windows 7 More Games, Chess Titans, FreeCell, Hearts, Internet Backgammon, Internet Checkers, Internet Spades, Mahjong Titans, Minesweep, Purple Place, Solitaire, and Spider Solitaire games in the Games folder.
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How to Restore Default Services

This tutorial provides you with registry downloads that will completely restore any of the default services and their settings you want in Windows 7. This can be handy if a service was deleted by mistake, is missing, or had it's properties set improperly.

Learn about Windows games

Windows comes with a variety of games to play. There are board games, card games, multiplayer Internet games, and even games for kids. You'll find them all in the Games folder. To start playing, just open the folder and double-click a game icon.

System Restore: frequently asked questions

Here are answers to some common questions about System Restore. How does System Restore work? Can I undo the changes System Restore makes? What files are changed during a system restore? How do I choose a restore point? How long are restore points saved? What if System Restore doesn't fix the problem?

System Restore points NOT made at startup

Windows 7 64-bit SP1, System Restore Points Disk Space Usage set at 10%.

Windows 7 built-in default settings for System Restore Points, Task Scheduler/Microsoft/Windows/System Restore will not create more than ONE system restore point.

I have to manually delete system restore points, then ONE system restore point will be made.

I've used cleanmgr.exe and ccleaner to delete ALL restore points, they both do this properly.

I've also tried right-clicking on Task Scheduler/Microsoft/Windows/System Restore and choosing "run", it shows the task as completed, but NO additional restore points are made once the first is made.

I've also changed the default settings for this task to UNcheck "start task if computer is idle from 30 minutes" And, I've checked "run with highest privileges" and configure for Windows 7

None of these change made a difference. Only ONE system restore point will be made automatically by this task. There is something wrong with this task as it came installed with windows 7 to get it to run properly.

Turn System Restore on or off

System Restore regularly tracks changes to your computer's system files and uses a feature called system protection to create restore points. System protection is turned on by default on the hard disk that Windows is installed on. You can turn on System Restore for other disks by turning on system protection for those disks. Watch this video to learn how to turn System Restore on or off.

How to Restore the Default Favorite Links in Windows 7 Navigation Pane

This will show you how to restore the default Desktop, Downloads, and Recent Places favorite links in Favorites in the Windows Explorer navigation pane.

How to Restore the Default Administrative Tools

Administrative Tools is a folder in Control Panel that contains tools for system administrators and advanced users. The tools in the folder might vary depending on which edition of Windows 7 you are using. This will show you how to restore the default Administrative Tools and it's shortcuts in Windows 7.

Games not available in windows

I have just installed windows 7 Pro in my laptop. I am searching and can't find the usual games like solitaire, freecell and minesweeper. I have the games explorer but it is empty. Do i have to download this games, how and where can i do so?

no games for windows 7?

i just want to ask if there is really no games pre-installed in windows 7. because when i installed it on my laptop, the games folder is empty. just asking for the free games usually included in old windows os like freecell, minesweeper, spider, and other games.

Losing my System Restore restore points

What in the world can cause me to lose ALL of my past restore points and essentially shut off System Restore? I am running a Dell desktop PC on 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. I recently opted to go back a day or two in System Restore in order to resolve a software issue, but was surprised that I had NO SAVED RESTORE POINTS at and have no idea how it got thatway.

I have always allowed System Restore to run but I have no idea how it got shut down.

Thankfully, my software issue is now resolved by the manufacturer, and my System Restore is now reset and working again (I hope), so that I can avoid such a situation in the future.