Launching Process Explorer elevated

Process Explorer is an excellent replacement for the default Windows Task Manager.  Process Explorer even automates this change via Options –> Replace Task Manager.  However, by default, this won’t launch Process Explorer elevated.  You can force it to run elevated by changing the registry (of course, the usual edit-the-registry-at-your-own-risk disclaimers apply). Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File…

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Windows: Run elevated shortcut

You can launch any item shown in the Windows Start menu elevated by highlighting the item and either right-clicking and choosing Run as Administrator, or hitting Ctrl-Shift-Enter.  Note that this does not work when launching items from the Run window (Win-R).

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Excel Tip #4: Adjust the Width of the Horizontal Scroll Bar

It’s not obvious unless you are looking for it, but you can change the width of the horizontal scroll bar in Excel.  On the left-hand side of the scroll bar there is an anchor you can use to resize. Can become This can be very useful in a workbook with lots of sheets or for…

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