Speeding up the Windows Vista Search Option

When a users enters text in the search box on the start panel Windows automatically searches the file index as well. The file index includes all of the searchable files on your hard drive and can be quite large. One way to speed up searching through your start menu applications is to narrow the scope of the search so that it does not include hard drive files.

Prevent Start Menu Searches from searching the File index:

1. Open Registry Editor (regedit).

2. Navigate through



3. Find and right click on Start_SearchFiles and select Modify.

4. Set the Value to 0.

Restart the Explorer.exe process or just reboot your computer.


Real-life Superheroes: #7 (Mister Eat-it-All)


Michel Lotito (born 1950) is a French entertainer, famous as the consumer of undigestables, and is known as Monsieur Mangetout (Mister Eat-it-all). Lotito’s performances are the consumption of metal, glass, rubber and so on in items such as bicycles, televisions, a Cessna 150, and smaller items which are disassembled, cut-up and swallowed. The aircraft took roughly two years to be ‘eaten’ from 1978 to 1980. He began eating unusual material while a child and has been performing publicly since 1966. Lotito does not often suffer from ill-effects due to his diet, even after the consumption of materials usually considered poisonous. When performing he consumes around a kilogram of material daily, preceding it with mineral oil and drinking considerable quantities of water during the ‘meal’. He apparently possesses a stomach and intestine with walls of twice the expected thickness, and his digestive acids are, allegedly, unusually powerful, allowing him to digest a certain portion of his metallic meals.

Cheat at scrabble.

The Scrabble Word Finder searches through the entire English language to determine the best word to play at the best position on the board. The word finder engine was compiled in the powerful C++ language to allow for the absolute fastest execution time possible while still considering every last available move given a particular board and set of tiles. The word returned will always be of the highest point value possible for that particular move.”

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Ebay Misspelling

How is it that identical items can fetch such widely differing prices on eBay? Sometimes it is a matter of timing, or just luck – especially for things for which there are not many buyers. Quite a bit, however, has to do with the quality of the Item Title & Description. Buyers for instance may search for a “monitor” but would not find the several auction lots where the item is titled “moniter” or “monitro”. With millions of lots added to eBay daily misspellings can provide real bargains for the determined eBay hunter.

Of course the money saved by finding bargains could be offset if you have to spend hours searching for misspellings. That’s where Auction Speller comes in – we do the hard work so you don’t have to!! This Free service will check for the most common misspellings and typos and bring you back the results instantly.

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