Win7 system fake death phenomenon solution skills

Everyone knows that although the Win 7 system is powerful and compatible, there are still some minor problems in the system. If you do not pay attention to these issues, it may cause frequent system death. In order to ensure work efficiency, it is necessary for us to take timely measures to rescue the frequently-successful Win 7 system and ensure the stability of the system.
First, turn off the thumbnail function
In the Win 7 system with a slightly lower hardware configuration, when we try to open a folder containing multiple video files or several image files, the Win 7 system may immediately die. . The main reason for this system's suspended animation is to open such a folder. Win 7 system creates several thumbnails at the same time in a short time, and the operation of creating thumbnails will consume a lot of system resources until the Win 7 system is suspended. phenomenon. Obviously, as long as the thumbnail display function of the system is turned off, the system suspended animation caused by opening a folder containing video or images can be solved.
First click to open “start → all programs → attachments & rarr; Windows Explorer rdquo;, select a file at random, click the drop-down button next to the option in the toolbar "Change your view" From the drop-down list, select the “small chart” option; then click “Organize →Folder and Search Options” command, pop-up folder option settings box, click “View”Label, expand as shown The label setting page shown in 1 selects the “Always show icon, never displays thumbnails” option, and then press the “OK” button to turn off the thumbnail function.

Figure 1 Turn off the thumbnail function
Of course, through the above settings, the system resource manager may still have a false animation phenomenon, in order to avoid this phenomenon dragging the normal operation of the Win 7 system, we can force system resource management The device automatically restarts after the suspended animation. To do this, simply position the mouse on the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsNTCurrentVersionWinlogon registry node, double-click the “AutoRestartShell” key, enter “ldquo;1” in the subsequent settings dialog, and then refresh the system registry. .
Second, forcing the use of separate processes
The user also opened several folders of the Win 7 system, and one of the folders caused the system to die for some reason. Then, other folders or system desktops that the user opens at this time will be affected. In order to prevent the accidental factors of a folder from affecting the whole system, we can force the Win 7 system to open the folder using a separate process, so that when a folder encounters a problem, the Win 7 system will only automatically close the folder window in question. Without causing a system of suspended animation.
First open the Win 7 System Explorer window by clicking the same method, click the “Organize →Folder and Search Options” command, pop-up the folder option settings box, click “View” Select the "Open folder window in a separate process" option in the corresponding tab page, and press the "OK" button, so that the Win 7 system will open the folder with a separate process in the future.
Automatically close the suspended animation program
Some applications have a suspended animation due to improper operation or other reasons, which may cause suspended animation in the Win 7 system. When encountering the Win 7 suspended animation caused by this reason, we only need to modify the system registry as follows to force the system to automatically close those applications that have suspended animation, so that the normal working state of the Win 7 system can be restored.
First click the “Start →Run” command, execute the “regedit” command in the system running box, pop up the registry editing window, and then jump to the HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop registry node.
Secondly double-click the string key value under the target node “WaitToKillAppTimeout”, pop up the edit string dialog box shown in Figure 2, enter "ldquo;10000" or smaller number, and click &ldquo The "OK" button saves the settings, and then refreshes the system registry, so that the Win 7 system will find that the application will not close after 10 seconds or within a specified time, it will automatically close the application without causing the Win 7 system to die. .

Always in a circular "running" state, in this state, if you forcibly click the "Close" button in the Explorer window, Win 7 system may pop up "not responding", this phenomenon It is also possible to cause the Win 7 system to die. The reason why this phenomenon occurs, it is likely that the system resource manager defaults "library" adjusted, at this time we may wish to adjust the system default "library" to solve this problem.
First click on “Start →All Programs →Accessories →Windows Explorer”Options, right-click on the "Resource Manager" option and execute from the pop-up shortcut menu. The property & rdquo; command, pops up the properties dialog shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3 Resource Manager Properties
Secondly switch to the "Shortcuts" tab settings page, enter the "%windir%explorer.exe” string content in the target text box of the page. Click the “OK” button to save the settings, so that the Win 7 system can directly open the disk partition window, and there is very little suspended animation.
Fourth, adjust system compatibility
Sometimes, when running certain applications, Win 7 system may also have a suspended animation phenomenon, which is mostly caused by the application is not compatible with Win 7 system. At this point, we may try to adjust the system compatibility to restore the working state of the Win 7 system.
First, open the resource manager window of the system, open the running file of the target application, right-click the file, and execute the “Attributes” command from the pop-up shortcut menu to expand the properties of the running file. Dialog.
Secondly, click on the "Compatibility" tab to open the tab settings page shown in Figure 4. Select the "Run this program in compatibility mode" option and select from the drop-down list for this option. ; Windows XP (Service Pack 3) & rdquo;, then press “ OK & rdquo; save settings. This way, when we run the same application again in the future, the Win 7 system is less prone to suspended animation.

Figure 4 Running the program in compatibility mode
Fifth, making good use of the system repair function
If the Win 7 system frequently succumbed to death, the user did not take timely measures to deal with it. Then, one day the system will be involved in a collapse. In order to completely solve the frequent suspended animation phenomenon of Win 7 system, we may wish to use the system's own repair function to try to restore the system working state to normal.
When using the repair function of Win 7 system, you can press F8 function key in time during system startup. When the system selection menu pops up, select the “Repair computer” option and click Enter to confirm. Follow the wizard prompts to go to the "System Recovery Options" page.
Select the "Start Repair" option, Win 7 system will automatically repair various hidden errors that may exist in the local system, the entire repair process does not require user intervention, when the repair operation is finished, pop up "Please restart the computer In order to complete the repair, then the user can solve the problem by restarting the Win 7 system. If the screen appears "The system repair can not automatically repair this computer", it means that the automatic repair operation of the Win 7 system fails, at this time you can use the system's own "system restore" or "system image recovery" ” function to try to resume operations further.

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