Windows Help

Friday, December 18, 2009 ·

As we know that windows provide a basic platform for all the programs running on the system hence Windows help is of great significance not only to address computer issues but also to get advance features. About 80 percent of the global user are coming from Windows family, so the scope of Windows help has revolutionized in the past decade. Now there are different organization which are involved in providing Windows help.

Windows help to do Mortgage Calculations in a simplified way on your Windows 7 computer. User can calculate the monthly payment, down payment, purchase price, or years of a mortgage. Hence you don't need to take help of any third party software. Let's see how we can manage.

STEP 1. Click the Start button, select "All Programs", "Accessories", then Open the Calculator.

STEP 2. Open the "Mortage Worksheets" pane by selecting "View" - "Worksheets" - "Mortgage".

STEP 3. Underneath "Select the value you want to calculate", click the pull-down and choose from the following:

* Down payment
* Monthly payment
* Purchase price
* Term (years)

STEP 4. Enter the necessary information that will depend on the type of calculation desired. Then click the "Calculate" button.

Let's discuss about some severe computer issue and their best solution from Windows help.

The most common type of issue is related to get logged in when you start your computer. This may happen due to invalid registry entry as a consequence of some virus or spyware attack. User can address this, with the below mention Windows support steps.

STEP 1. Restart the computer and Boot into safe mode.

STEP 2. Click Start, Run and enter regedit into the text box. Hit Enter.

STEP 3. Click on the + sign against, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft \Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

STEP 4. Choose the Winlogon folder.

STEP 5. Check the right-hand pane which contains an entry named OldUserinit:

STEP 6. Delete Userinit.

STEP 7. Now rename OldUserinit to Userinit.

STEP 8. Check that the value of Userinit is "C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe," (the comma at the end of the string is important.)

Important: Modify the path if your Windows folder is not C:\Windows

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