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How to Activate and Enable REFS File System on Windows 10

Microsoft has a new file system designed to increase data integrity, scalability and availability called the Resilient File System (ReFS).  This file system has leveraged many of the NTFS file system goodies and expanded them to make it more scalable and prevent corruptions.

 The final version of Windows 10 uses NTFS and Microsoft has not added any option to enable the ReFS file system in the system. Resilient File System (ReFS) is a new local file system that maximizes data availability, despite errors that would historically cause data loss or downtime. Microsoft has only added ReFS file system in Windows Server 2012 and there is no direct option to activate or enable ReFS in Windows 10.

But if you still keen to try and test ReFS on your Windows 10 system then here is the way to activate ReFS on your system.

First download REFS enabler from here.

Once you download and run Enable ReFS.reg.

Click on yes if you want to continue,then OK after that the option to format non system drive as REFS file system will be available via command line option or via Windows Explorer right click content menu for Format as shown in screenshot.

If you want to disable Refs file system in windows 10 i have attached an other file for you so just double click and disable it.

How to add Add a Menu for Restart, Shut Down, Hibernate and Other Power Shortcuts in Desktop Context Menu of Windows 10

Today in this post we let you know how you can Shutdown, Restart, Lock & Sleep and more in Windows 10 from right click context menu. The trick is pretty neat and simple and need one or two click to setup the power options on your Windows Right click menu.

1- Download the Power Button file from here


2- Now, double click on Add Power Menu.reg file. Click on “Yes” in the Registry Editor window (shown above).


3- Now Click Ok


That’s it! If you right click anywhere on the desktop now, you’ll see the options for locking, restarting, shutting,sleeping,switching and more.

I've tested this and can confirm that it is safe and works fine. I was able to Lock, Shutdown and Restart my Windows 10 PC just fine.
if you didn't like the Power Menu in your context menu i have attached a Remove Power Menu.reg file to remove it from the context menu.

How to Add "Copy To" and "Move To" to the context menu in windows 10

 

The Right-Click menu is one of the most messed with pieces of Windows. If you have installed a large amount of applications, your right-click menu can become quite large and eventually just take way too long to load.and as you know the right-click context (shortcut) menu is a very powerful tool so it is fortunate that it is easy to configure and customize.
So if you want really want to Copy or Cut something here we are a nice and an easy adds to the context menu with a simple registry hack allows you to move and copy your items.


Step 1: Download Copy-Move-To file from here.
Step 2: Extract the file and double click to open the Copy-Move-To.reg
Step 3: you will get a Registry Editor windows then just click Yes.Step 4: you are done then when you click on Move to or Copy to you will get small windows like :


This adds to the right-click context menu is really nice especially useful for average PC users since it is simple to add handy functions to it.

Note: If you want to restore your context menu i have attached Restore.reg file so just double click and you context menu will back to the original.

How to Disable Superfetch in windows 10

SuperFetch is a system of RAM management that preloads your installed memory with your most frequently used programs.
It's designed to improve performance, though some gamers and specialist users have claimed to notice speed gains after disabling it. As the technology adapts to your usage patterns, though, it's more likely that disabling SuperFetch will make your system feel more sluggish.

The process of disabling SuperFetch in Windows 10 is slightly different from how it was done in prior version of the OS i.e. Windows 7. To disable the Superfetch function, first you will have to stop its services from the task manager.

choose Run, and type services.msc.Head over to the Services tab from the top and carefully locate the SysMain service with Superfetch under Description field. Right-click this service and then select Stop from the context menu.



This will kill the service for now, but it will restart automatically at next boot unless we tell it not to,double-click it to open its Properties window. Under the “Startup Type” drop down menu, select Disabled. Click Apply and then OK to save your changes.


Close the Services Manager and reboot to have the change take effect.

How to add Run to start menu in windows 10

While using Windows 10, user(s) may notice that the Run command is no longer located on the Start Menu.
The old Run dialog existed on every other version of Windows until Vista, and is still gone in Windows 7/10 i am not talking about windows 8 because it has no start menu.. One of the nice features of the old Run dialog was that it saved the history of what you had typed in.



We should note first that you can always get to the run dialog by just hitting Win + R on the keyboard, which is the simplest way to do so, and would probably be worth getting used to.

However, the Run command may be restored to the Start Menu. Just follow this simple procedure:
 
1- Create a new shortcut by right clicking an empty area of the Desktop and enter the following command as the shortcut target:
explorer.exe shell:::{2559a1f3-21d7-11d4-bdaf-00c04f60b9f0}

 

2- Name your shortcut as 'Run'.


3- Set the proper icon from the C:\Windows\System32\imageres.dll file as shown below:


4- Now drag the shortcut you just created from Desktop to the left side of the Start menu. You will get exactly what you want.
The Run command will now be selectable, as a link within the Start menu.

How to enable Hidden Aero Lite Theme In Windows 10

 
"Aero Lite" theme was introduced in Windows 8 testing builds to replace "Windows Basic" theme present in Windows Vista and Windows 7. Aero Lite theme doesn't provide Aero glass and other eye candy effects such as reflection, blur, etc. Its a clean and simple theme created for low-end computers which don't have compatible hardware to support the main Aero theme of Windows 10.


This theme is ideal for computers which don’t have compatible hardware for video graphics acceleration and can do without eye-candy features like transparency. Here’s how you can get back the Aero Lite theme in Windows 10.



 Method 1

1- Download Aero Lite Theme from here.
2- Navigate to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes.
3- copy WindowsBleuaerolite.theme file from desktop to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes
4- Now right-click on desktop -> Personalize and there you will have “Aero Lite” theme installed and ready to use as you can see in the first picture.


Method 2 "manually"

1- Navigate to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes and Copy the default aero.theme file to your desktop.


2- Now right-click and open the copied aero.theme file with Notepad/Notepad++ or the text editor of your choice.
Inside the opened aero.theme file, you will find a property named DisplayName under [Theme] section. Replace the string after equal sign (=) to any name of your choice. Let’s call it Windowsbleu.com Aero Lite


3-You will find another property named Path under [VisualStyles] section (at the end of file). Change Aero.msstyles to "WindowsBleuAerolite.msstyles" as exemple, so that it points to the new theme we just created.


 That’s it. Now save the file. Also for the sake of simplicity, rename the file that you just edited from aero.theme to WindowsBleuaerolite.theme.

The final step is to copy WindowsBleuaerolite.theme file from desktop back to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes
Now right-click on desktop -> Personalize and there you will have “Aero Lite” theme installed and ready to use as you can see in the first picture.