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Reboot Delete File Ex is a completely free software designed to simply delete a file on the next reboot. Sometimes you may not be able to delete a file because it is locked or in use by other applications, or because it is a malware that has protection against file deletion. 

VERDICT: It’s that simple.

PRICE: FREE

VERSION REVIEWED: 1.0

DOWNLOAD: Reboot Delete File Ex

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Dual Boot Windows 8 and Windows 7 [Quick Tip]

Posted by Thomas On January - 7 - 2012

Due to a project at work I had to download the Windows 8 Developer Build the other day. Due to the fact that it’s a very early edition of the OS, running it as the main OS on a computer isn’t the best solution. But seeing as I didn’t want to run a VM I decided to set up a Dual Boot on my Dell Latitude. This Computer has Touch Screen and therefor the perfect computer to test the new Windows 8 Environment.

Windows 8 was installed on a separate partition and I expected it to show up in the OS Boot Menu. It didn’t. Instead the computer booted directly into Windows 8. No Boot menu.

The solution

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Fix Compressed Bootmanager Startup Problem [How To]

Posted by Thomas On April - 28 - 2011

In Windows there is a function that most users (experienced and “n00bs”) should use with the out most care: Compressing disk space to save space.

The idea is to let windows compress files much like ZIP or RAR to give you more storage. While it may seem like a good idea, doing so on your main drive (Where Windows is installed) will render your computer unbootable (if done wrong).

For some reason Windows – which will not allow you to accidentally format your main drive – does allow you to compress your boot manager and system-files. Causing an unbootable computer. Luckily there’s an easy fix, well as long as you have created a system Repair disk, that is. But sometimes even that fail – then what?

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