Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Latest Window Tips and Tricks

 
>>Open COMMAND PROMPT while Locked by User.

>open notepad
>type www.command.com
> then save as cmd.bat at desktop
>then enter now its open.....enjoy


>>If your computer is slow? then clean up the ram..

>Open notepad
>type FREEMEM=SPACE(64000000)
>Save it as ram.vbs
now run the script.
Check out !!

>>CracK BIOS Password

>Open the CPU
>Observe the Motherbord
>Remove the Silver Battery(3v)
>Wait 2 minutes and place the Battery
>>Restoring a Lost Desktop-
>Start
>Run
Type a period " . "
Then press Enter



>>If ur PC is hanged then do this. 

Press shift+ctrl+esc or ctrl+alt+del
n den click on 'END TASK'
ur PC is runing now


>>create folder without name

>select any folder
>rename it
>press alt & type 0160 or 255
>enter


>>Amazing trick for use

Windows Backup Utility if installed
go to run
type ntbackup
ok
Now use backup

>>Increase the speed of your file sharing

Simple Way to Share Multiple Folders :
Goto Run and Type SHRPUBW.EXE then press Enter
Select the folder you want to share and Set permissions,
your share folder is ready now.....


>>Turning off the Help on Min, Max, Close Icons

When the mouse goes over the minimize, maximize and close icons on the upper
right hand side of a window.

To disable that display:
1. Start Regedit
2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Control Panel \ Desktop
3. Create a String Value called MinMaxClose
4. Give it a value of 1
5. Reboot

>>FIX CORRUPTED FILE IN WINDOW XP 

1.Load XP cd into cd drive
2. go to Run
3. type sfc/scannowok
4. Then copy its lost file frm cd.

  >>AUTO DELETE TEMPORARY FOLDER.!! 

what i prefer is %temp% " without quotes.. at Start -> Run.. this opens ur temp folder n den u cal erase it nearly
First go into gpedit.msc
Next select -> Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Terminal Services/Temporary Folder
Then right click "Do Not Delete Temp Folder Upon Exit"
Go to properties and hit disable. Now next time Windows puts a temp file in
that folder it will automatically delete it when its done! Note from Forum Admin: Remember, GPEDIT (Group Policy Editor) is only available in XP Pro.


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