Well, I have been slowly going through the list of proggies and documentation that I posted about.
It looks like Quite an Aladdin's Cave of treasures! (Rather like DC!)
I have tried out FixWin - which took a while to scan my system and then told me there was nothing wrong with it.
It seemed to be using MS TrustedInstaller.exe a lot to somehow do the checking.I am going to try out:
(and shall post any comments in this thread)
- QRM Plus Manager
QRM Plus Manager lets you create restore points, carry out system restore operations & selectively delete system restore points in your Windows computer. You can also add these options to your right-click context menu.
- System Restore Manager
System Restore Manager is a freeware portable utility which allows you to completely manage your Windows system restore points and customize its options. Using this utility, you can even select a Drive and change the maximum amount of disk space to use, System Restore can use, change the System Restore Point Creation Interval, change the Restore Point Time to Live and more!
- Gpedit Installer
Gpedit Installer will add the Group Policy Editor or Gpedit.msc in Windows 7 Home Premium, Home Basic and Starter Editions.
I only went to this list to look up any updates to the Windows Club UWC (Ultimate Windows Customizer) - which I posted about separately on DCF. (UWC seems to be still in ß, but already looks potentially quite useful.)
By the way, I see that there is RightClick Restart Explorer
in the list.
RightClick Restart Explorer is a simple tool that adds Restart explorer to your right-click context menu.
was the useful utility that is included with UWC, that I mentioned in my separate post. When it restarts Windows Explorer, it restores any missing Systray icons that should be displaying but weren't. (Seems to be a bug in Win7.)