If you're "so familiar to moving windows out of the way to have a quick look underneath, then droping them back there
", there's a little program that will allow you to fade the window that is on top, so you can see the window underneath, among other things.
You just put your cursor in the top, right corner of the active window (the one on top), and it fades it, so you can see the window immediately under it.Iconoid
I also second Enthusiast
Unless you are a very experienced user, stay away from registry cleaner's
.If you aren't absolutely, positively, sure about what you are doing in the registry, STAY OUT!!!
The relatively minor benefits to cleaning up your registry, are far outweighed, by the potential damage you can do your computer."Fixing"
something in the registry, that shouldn't be "fixed"
, is the quickest way there is, to turn your computer into a doorstop.
If you do insist on using a registry cleaner, by all means, backup the Registry first
Instructions, on how to do that, can be found here:Backing up the Registry