User talk:WindowsGuy2021

About your uploaded images[edit source]

You upload awful, resized images from Wikipedia. Please upload HD, non-resized images? You don't even mark as an bad shot. 78.160.125.93 16:06, 17 March 2022 (UTC)

Just this code {Bad screenshot|The image has been scaled down.} is enough. (Please double the { and }) 78.160.125.93 16:29, 17 March 2022 (UTC)

Response[edit source]

I want to know how to specifically do the following:

1. How do you extract icons from the program's dll? Do you need a paid program to do that?

2. Is Aero Shot a program you have to pay money for? I have heard it is much better at capturing high resolution screenshots than what Snipping Tool can provide. WindowsGuy2021, 11:31, 17 March 2022 (UTC)

Resource Hacker allows you to extract the icon. AeroShot is free, you can download here. Please sign your comments with 4 tildes. 78.160.125.93 16:28, 17 March 2022 (UTC)

Okay, I have captured a screenshot of Windows Photo Viewer using AeroShot. I currently trying to figure out how to browse to the directories where the dll files are located. In this case, I am trying to look for the icon for Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10.

WindowsGuy2021, 5:19, 17 March 2022 (UTC)

I found the Icon but, when I try to save it in Resource Hacker, it saves the file as an ICO file which this website does not support. Is there way to convert ICO files to PNG files within Windows or do I need a program to do that?

WindowsGuy2021, 6:11, 17 March 2022 (UTC)

Try here. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.160.125.93 (talkcontribs)

New pages[edit source]

Maybe you could make pages about "System Configuration" (msconfig.exe), "Microsoft Diagnostics" (msd.exe) and "System Information" (msinfo16.exe and msinfo32.exe). 88.67.248.24 22:47, 18 September 2022 (UTC)

Response[edit source]

Sure, I will look into creating the pages for System Configuration, Microsoft Diagnostics and System Information soon. Thanks for the advice though!

WindowsGuy2021, 7:30, 19 September 2022

I created my BetaWiki account over a year ago today![edit source]

Over a year ago today, I created my BetaWiki account under the name WindowsGuy2021 after having enough experience with editing since May 2021. It is crazy that a whole year has already passed since creating the account. I feel very proud of myself that I made the decision to register and contribute to the wiki. Since 16 November 2021, I have been looking over and correcting articles, created several pages and extending content in articles under my account.

I love computers and software. Technology has been my most favorite subject for a long time. Prior to joining BetaWiki, I have done lots of research on computers and operating systems. When I first discovered this wiki in early 2021, I spent hours looking and reading articles of various builds of Windows, operating systems and software.

I will continue to cotribute to BetaWiki since it has became my most favorite thing to do during downtime. It gives me something to do when I am bored.

WindowsGuy2021 1:55, 21 October 2022 (UTC)