96. Permanently bypass the
recycle bin when deleting files
would like to permanently delete any file without having to remove it from the
recycle bin also, this simple registry tweak sets your Windows XP installation
to ignore the recycling bin completely. Note that this means any files you
delete will be permanently lost (though
still accessible to data recovery software).
DWORD value with the following specs:
wish to revert to using the recycle bin, simply enter 0 as the new
97. Show administrator account
on welcome screen
wish the built in administrator account to be available from the welcome screen
so you can log in as the administrator easily, there's a registry hack to allow
DWORD value 'Administrator' with a value of '1'
98. Enable/Disable Active
Window Tracking to Mouse Movements
interesting registry edit causes the mouse pointer to make windows active simply
by moving over them:
to 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse'
the ActiveWindowTracking value to '1'
99. Launch Programs at Login
Without Using the Startup Folder
XP also uses the registry to launch programs at startup, and you can too. This
tip enables you to specify programs to be launched automatically upon starting
REG_SZ value named after your program, with the value being the path to the
executable file (for example, 'C:\myprogram\myprogram.exe').