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Windows registry information for advanced users
Administration von Services mit dem Program sc, siehe sc /?.
Online-Help für das Cmdlet <name> im Browser anzeigen:
Get-Help <name> -Online
Liste der installierten Programme:
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_product | Out-File a.tmp
Ruhezustand deaktivieren, löscht auch File hiberfil.sys:
powercfg -H Off
Immer mal wieder auf verdächtige Einträge untersuchen:
Hosts File: %windir%\system32\Drivers\etc\hosts
Autostart mittels: msconfig
WSCC – Windows System Control Center
Windows System Control Center is a one-stop downloader for almost 300 maintenance tools from Microsoft's Sysinternals and the ever-popular NirSoft suites: simply download WSCC from KLS-Soft, check all the tools you need and hit "Install". Minutes later you're equipped with some of the most useful tools out there, including Disk2Vhd, Autologon and Autoruns (also described below). WSCC saves these files under C:Program Files (x86)Sysinternals Suite, while NirSofts tools are found under C:Program Files (x86)NirSoft Utilities.
Yes, everyone knows Robocopy, the command line "Pro" version of Windows Explorer's built-in file transfer tool, which provides you with far more options for copying and moving folders. Except now, there's a great UI frontend for Robocopy -- RichCopy 4.0. This little Microsoft TechNet invention spares you the headache of learning, checking and retyping command lines. Here are just a few of reasons why RichCopy is way better than the built-in Windows Explorer file transfer mechanisms:
Copy data on a regular schedule (e.g. copy files from your HD to an external disk every night)
Serialize disk access: optimize disk access for ATA based devices over USB.
Faster file transfers (in some cases) by avoiding the system buffer for file operations.
Copy files asynchronously by using multiple threads.
Configure time stamps, file size checks and security settings.
Besides, RichCopy is more resilient against slow connections or transfer errors. While it doesn't really make sense for copying one file or a smaller folder, it's essential if you're regularly moving bulks of data from one place to another.
Sick of repeating your instructions once, twice…tens times to PC newcomers or coworkers? Don't want to use TeamViewer each and every time to show your family how to burn a DVD or make a photo slideshow? Just use Screen Recorder and record the instructions –- step by step! This free little recorder isn't exactly Microsoft-owned but is now a featured download over at TechNet and combined with Windows Media Encoder. It records either the entire screen or just single windows and saves the clips into the WMV format.
Daten endgültig löschen mit dem Windows Programm cipher:
cipher /w <Directory>