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      Fault-Tolerant Help

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      Windows 7 includes a new feature called the Fault Tolerant Help (FTH), a clever technology that looks out for unstable processes, detects those that may be crashing due to memory issues, and applies several real-time fixes to try and help. If these work, that's fine - if not, the fixes will be undone and they won't be applied to that process again.

       

      While this is very good in theory, it can leave you confused as some applications crash, then start working (sometimes) for no apparent reason. So if you'd like to check if the FTH is running on your PC, launch REGEDIT, and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\FTH - any program currently being protected by the FTH will be listed in the State key.

       

      Experienced users may also try tweaking the FTH settings to catch more problems, and perhaps improve system stability. A post on Microsoft's Ask The Performance Team blog (bit.ly/d1JStu) explains what the various FTH Registry keys mean.

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      Wow Mag, you play with your registry? Very impressive.. it's scary in there 32%20(34).png

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      It's important to make a backup of everything before going in there to have a look see.

       

      99% of the time when you delete an unwanted file, it's not gone actually. I always make it a habit to go into my registry and delete the file for good. You'd be surprised at how many files you think are gone but are not!

       

      Some sites make money advertising porn links and other urls you didn't ask for just by visiting websites. Going in there and deleting those files will free up a lot of space.

       

      But it is imperative that you make a backup copy just in case you get mouse-happy and delete something by mistake.

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