"HelpExplorer - For reading Help files. HTML Help and IE both use Windows' built-in HTML display functionality. Download HelpExplorer and extract DINO_D67_v1.01_demo. Find the BIN and GRC subdirectories and move them to C:\WINNT\ and then create a shortcut for helpexplorer.exe on your desktop. Then, associate help files with that binary. (If you have to ask how to associate a filetype with a certain program, please use Google. These kinds of fundamentals are not included in this guide). You could tinker with xCHM too."
Do you mean the "GRE" subdirectory, not the GRC subdirectory? I couldn't find a GRC subdirectory.
"To add Outlook and Address Book, open SYSSETUP.INF, find the [Infs.Always] section, and uncomment just MSOE50.INF."
Should the above be changed?
Also, I'd like to remove Wordpad. Should I just put a ; in front of the wordpad entries in LAYOUT and TXTSETUP?
Does anything need to be done with WORDPAD.INF to remove wordpad?
Finally, I use CrapCleaner which is free and a much better cleaning utility than what comes with Win2k. I think you should have a reference to it on your webpage of useful programs to add, www.ccleaner.com.
I want to remove the built in disk cleaner utility so I put ; in front of "cleanmgr.exe" in LAYOUT and TXTSETUP. Will that do it?
Edited by saugatak, 30 September 2005 - 03:57 PM.