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Changing the Default Search For Executables Path in Command Prompt

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I know this is an old tip for DOS Geeks. For new ones, Did you ever wonder why when you type "notepad" in any directory in Command prompt or cmd, Notepad Application will launch immediately?

 

That's because of the default settings in executables path automatic search. To display type Path in command prompt and you'll see the default:

PATH=C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem

These are the default Folders in which when you type any command and Enter key it will search in those directories first.

Example: Wordpad

You cannot launch the application directly to command prompt.

To Add new or Append new locations:

path=%path%;NEW Directory
For multiple Directory or Folders

path=%path%;NEW Folder 1; Folder 2; Folder 3 and so on...
Type this command:

PATH=%path%;C:\Program Files\Windows NT\Accessories\

To check: type Path again

PATH=C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem;C:\Program Files\Windows NT\Accessories\

Finally, type: wordpad

Now Its Included! Read here for more related tip.

 

When you close the command prompt and open it again. You need to add the path again.

Add the Folder Path Permanently

Using System Properties > Advance > Environment Variables Button > "System Variables" Group

changinginwindows

or Press WIN+R > RunDll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL sysdm.cpl,,3 > At the Bottom, Click the Environment Variables Button > "System Variables" Group

Enjoy!!!


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Creating a Windows XP Unattended Installer

This is an old guide but still very useful and deserve a descent update. I'm shock that many people still doesn't know about this small utility that can be found in their Windows XP Installer.

"Lawrence, It's almost two months now since you release the latest update of your software winbubble, do you have new releases coming soon? anyway, I have a question. How do I automate the installation of Windows XP? - Jared"

WinBubble is still in development and I'm still Shaping my skills. Surely, Everybody will benefit from my studies and Please stay tuned always. Thanks in advance.

Ok, Let's go back from the main topic. Open your Windows XP Installer and explore the following path: [Disc]SUPPORT\TOOLS

deploycab

Note: I recommend to download the latest one for Windows XP Service Pack 3, Download here

According to Microsoft the latest deploy.cab supports:

Windows XP; Windows XP Service Pack 1; Windows XP Service Pack 2; Windows XP Service Pack 3

1. Copy the file Deploy.cab to any directory and Extract the files...

2. Click the Useful utility setupmgr.exe and if your using Windows Vista Run the File as Administrator.

3. Follow the Pictures below:

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Now, you can enter your Name, Organization, Time Zone, Administrator Password, Display Settings, Product Key, Networking and other settings.

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Note: In Windows Vista OS, Don't Set the Time Zone... Just proceed by Clicking to the other options.

Go to the location where you save the file Unattended.txt and Rename to WINNT.SIF and Place to I386 Folder of your Installer.

I made some Template if you don't want to use the software.

[Data]
    AutoPartition=1
    MsDosInitiated="0"
    UnattendedInstall="Yes"

[Unattended]
    UnattendMode=ProvideDefault
    OemPreinstall=No
    TargetPath=\WINDOWS

[GuiUnattended]
    AdminPassword="Enter_your_Passw0rd_here"
    EncryptedAdminPassword=NO
    AutoLogon=Yes
    AutoLogonCount=1
    OEMSkipRegional=1

[UserData]
    ProductKey=XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX
    FullName="Enter_your_Name_here"
    OrgName="HomeUser"
    ComputerName= Enter_your_Computer_Name_here

[Identification]
    JoinWorkgroup=WORKGROUP

[Networking]
    InstallDefaultComponents=Yes

Save it as WINNT.SIF and place that to your Windows XP Installer directory I386.

How? Read here

Enjoy!


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How to Remove Entering of Serial Key in Windows XP Setup

When you manually install Windows XP to several computers with different specifications. Instead of inputting the License Key in every computer, Make it Automatic Insert like OEM Installation Disc!

Tested in Windows XP Service Pack 2 and 3

[UserData]
ProductKey=XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX

[Data]
MSDosInitiated=0
UnattendedInstall=Yes

Tested in Windows XP Service Pack 1

[UserData]
ProductKey="XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX"

[Data]
MSDosInitiated=0
UnattendedInstall=Yes

Open your notepad, copy-paste the settings above, input your Product Key and save it as Winnt.sif to I386 Folder of your Windows XP Installation Disc by creating an ISO image and editing the file using any ISO Editor.

Normal Mistake: Winnt.sif.txt, uncheck "Hide Extension for known file types" in Windows Explorer > Tools Menu > Folder Options > View Tab

Sorry... I can't find any Free ISO Editor for Windows. Please tell me If you find one :)

WORKAROUND:

Create a duplicate or a copy of your Windows XP Installer and do not finalize the burning of the disc. In short, make a multi-session disc.

Example using CDBurnerXP:

workaround 

After creating a copy as multisession disc, Re-open CDBurnerXP and choose Data Disc > Open the drive and re-insert the disc for adding more files.

Adding winnt.sif to I386 Folder:

Continue Multisession Disc

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Drag the File to I386 Folder and Start Burning!

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Tip: You can also put your must have Softwares in the Installation Disc. Great for Computer Technicians!

For creating complete unattended installation, Read here...

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Hidden Backdoor in Windows 7/Vista Welcome Screen

Ok, This is fun. Anyone of you watch the famous 1995 movie "The Net" by Sandra Bullock? The Famous Praetorian PI was used as a backdoor to access password-protected sites. Can we create a vista backdoor, something like that in Windows Vista or 7? Yes you Can! How?

The Clue: The Ease of Access Program

thePi

Where? The 624kb Utilman.exe is the key located at System Folder.

Steps:

Open the Folder Windows\System32\ and check the Properties of Utilman.exe

UtilmanProperties

Problem... My current Logon Username Lawrence and Administrators has no Permission no modify the file. Thus, If you try to rename the file, it will give you the message:

Destination Folder Access is Denied You need permission to perform this action

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Normally, Winbubble Context Menu "Take the Ownership of this file" can add the permission but this time, you can't. (The Next Version can do it easily).

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Also, Most of the Buttons are Disabled.

How to Add the permission

Prevention is better than Cure: To easily recover your system from any problems, Create a Restore Point First using the Context Menu that can be created by WinBubbles, Read here or you can do it manually: Win+R > rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL sysdm.cpl,,4 > Create Button > Enter the name

1. Take the Ownership Of the File using the LONG METHOD, Click here and Right-Click the file > Properties > Go to Security Tab > To change Permission Click Edit Button > Click Administrator > Click to Check Allow Setting of Full Control option box

Another Way because I understand that your a Geek:

Open Command Prompt as Administrator, Start Search > type CMD > Press CTRL+ALT+Enter > Enter the Following commands:

a. takeown /f "Directory\File"

e.g. takeown /f "c:\windows\system32\Utilman.exe"

b. icacls "Directory\File" /grant administrators:F

e.g.

icacls "c:\windows\system32\Utilman.exe" /grant administrators:F

If you didn't open CMD.exe as administrator, you'll get this message:

takeown

ERROR: The current logged on user does not have ownership privileges on the file (or folder) "c:\windows\system32\Utilman.exe" 

2. Rename Utilman.exe to any for backup example: Utilman_old.exe

rename

3. Create a copy of cmd.exe (CTRL+Drag)

copycmd

4. Rename the Copy - cmd to Utilman

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That's It!

Go to your Welcome Screen: Start Menu > At the Bottom, Click the Right Arrow > Switch User

5. Click the Blue Magic Button pointed by the arrow as shown in the first Picture above.

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You have now successfully launch a Command Prompt in Administrator mode with UAC disabled...

Doesn't Work? Possible Mistake: In your Folder Option Window > View Tab > "If Hide extensions for known file types" is checked, Don't rename it to "Utilman.exe", use "Utilman" ONLY.

NEW! Using the newest version of WinBubble, you can easily get this functionality in just few clicks!

Click the Windows 7/Utilities Tab, Logon Tools option

logontool

Click Yes and Restart your PC. Works great in Windows 7 32/64 bit version!

NOTE: You need to re-open again the program after restarting your computer and repeat the procedure again to be able to activate the feature.

SWEET!!! Start Hacking your own computer :)

Now, it's fine for me to forget my password without creating a password reset disk or by hacking and clearing Vista Password using a Linux OS. Create a Backdoor instead! Is this bad? Of course, this is bad if you'll use it that way.

Net user [Username] [NewPassword]

For more Information, Read Here

Is this legal? Yes, it is... My steps needs the Administrator login to create a backdoor and If you do this by using another OS like Linux to another computer. That's the time it will became Illegal.

Type: whoami /all |more

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Now we can see that System logon is the one running when you input Username and Password in the Welcome Screen.

Try typing taskmgr.exe (Browse Button let's you run a mini-windows explorer), Notepad and even Explorer.exe!

In my observations:

  • Windows Firewall is ON (Great!)
  • Spyware and other Malware Protection is ON (Great!)
  • User Account Control is OFF
  • You can browse the Internet
  • The Location of Desktop: c:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\Desktop
  • Launch Windows Media Player, Windows Calendar, Windows Mail and many more

Note: There is a possibility that the guide above will work in latest build (RC version) of Windows 7. Due to License and some legal concerns I can't reveal any data. Tell me?

ENJOY LEARNING WINDOWS!!! 


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Add "Disable UAC" or "Enable UAC" to Right-click Menu / Context Menu

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"Do you want to open this file, Are you sure? (Really?)"

This is the simplest example and explanation of the new security model in Windows Vista called UAC. This feature is still included in Windows 7 in which even the Administrator will operate in a reduced privilege login and all you have to do is to confirm.

CONS: Totally Annoying, Your system "feels" slowly and It seems unintelligent but it's not.

 

 

PROS: Security Rocks!

1. All the Rootkits and Worms even the new undetectable ones by Anti-Virus Software can be detected.

2. Modification of System Files by any software vendor (even Microsoft) will be detected.

3. IE 7 uses UAC to run in Protected mode that detects any add-on e.g. Adobe flash before installation and Spyware that wants to modify your system files.

4. Protects your Network from Hackers and Trojan viruses (If not yet compromised).

5. You can learn many things...

and many more...

I know many people doesn't like UAC because they have enough protection using Anti-Spyware/Rotkits/Virus and it's annoying for them.

I don't Recommend that, but it's up to you. Just don't forget that Protected Mode in Internet Explorer will be useless after disabling UAC. Therefore:

1. Do not use IE: Use Google Chrome or Firefox instead.

2. Install a Good Anti-Virus with Anti-Spyware/Malware/Rootkit Protection.

3. Use a Lower Privilege user login while browsing the Internet.

User Account Control (UAC) Right-Click / Context Menu

Using the Command that can be found on msconfig.exe and by using my Universal Elevation Script.

C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /k %windir%\System32\reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f

Now, you can easily Switch it off by adding the command to your context menu. How? It's easy!

1. Download WinBubbles and Go to [WinBubble Directory]\Tools\

2. Create a duplicate of lawrence.vbs and rename it to any filename e.g. DisableEnableUAC.vbs

3. Open it with notepad and modify the 7th line.

4. Use the Following code:

objApp.shellExecute "cmd.exe", " /c %windir%\System32\reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d " & strArg & " /f", , "runas", 1

Great! Now you have a Command-Line vb script program to switch on/off UAC

commandline

DisableEnableUAC 0                    ---> Turn Off UAC

DisableEnableUAC 1                    ---> Turn ON UAC

If you are having difficulties in creating the script, download here

5. Put the program to your Context Menu

a. Open Winbubbles > Go to Miscellaneous Tab > Decide where do you want to put the Context Menu Item > Example: Desktop Right-Click Menu, Click "Explorer/Desktop" Button > Click the BROWSE Button

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b. Go to  the Location of the Vbscript File and type "*.vbs" > Click the File (DisableEnableUAC) and Open Button

c. Type Any name example: Disable UAC

d. Modify the Command:

To Turn-Off UAC

wscript "[path]" 0

To Restore UAC

wscript "[path]" 1

e.g.

wscript "C:\MyProg\WinBubble\Tools\DisableEnableUAC.vbs" 0

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Finally, Click the ADD Button.

Just repeat the steps above for the Next Item.

Note: Please Reboot your Computer after Disabling/Enabling UAC

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How to Create a Random Number Generator in Excel using VBA without Repetition

If you Google for this terms, there are lots of ways to generate a random number (compatible with Excel 2007 and below) by creating a macro written in VBA or writing your own function by using Rand() formula that may differ in many ways.

Rand() function in Excel generates a value >= 0 but < 1 (Greater or equal to zero but less than 1) e.g. 0.22489385

The simplest technique is to generate numbers using rand() function and Rank them.

CONS: There is a small possibility of a duplicate may appear. Some people just ignore this and treat the duplicate values as 1st, 2nd and so on.

My Logic (Correct me if I'm wrong) :)

1. Generate the first Number

2. Save the number (cells, list box, combo box, or array)

3. Generate a NEW Number and CHECK if already been generated.

4. If there's a duplicate, Generate a New Number again, until there's a unique value, save it and proceed to the next until it is finished.

Simple Right? :)

 

Generating a Value Between two Numbers

Int((UpperNumber - LowerNumber + 1) * Rnd + LowerNumber)

e.g. for 1-10, Integer of ((10-1+1) * Rnd + 1)

That's why most programmers only use Int(10 * Rnd + 1)

Where Rnd is almost the same as Rand() is Excel

 

Using VBA:

Dim RndNumber as Integer

RndNumber = Int(10 * Rnd + 1)

Steps

1. If you can't see the Ribbon GUI Developers Tab, here

2. Insert a List box: Click the Developers Tab > Insert Button > ActiveX Controls Group > Choose the 4th ActiveX Control (List Box Control)

InsertListbox

Click and Hold while moving the cursor until Column F.

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Once the List box ActiveX Control is loaded, Right-Click > Properties

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change the (Name) to LstNumbers

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3. Insert a Command Button: Click the Developers Tab > Insert > ActiveX Controls Group > Choose the 1st ActiveX Control (Command Button Control)

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Click and Hold while moving the cursor located below the list box as shown in the picture below:

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In the Properties Window: Change the Name of the Button e.g. CmdRandomize

Also, change the Name of the Command Button by modifying the Caption Property e.g. Randomize

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4. At Column H, enter any number that will become the Range of Numbers as shown in the picture below:

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5. To understand, I wrote a simple program that uses List Box as the Memory and that's the reason why  we need to change the Name Property and input the Range in Column H

Double-Click the Command Button and Copy-Paste the Code Below:

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Dim RndNumber As Integer  'declare the variable as integer
Dim ii As Integer  'declare the variable as integer
Dim FndNumber As Boolean   'Number was Found, YES or NO?

LstNumbers.Clear

Do

RndNumber = Int((Sheet1.Cells(2, 8) - Sheet1.Cells(1, 8) + 1) * Rnd + Sheet1.Cells(1, 8)) 

' :) Generate the first Number  

If LstNumbers.ListCount <> 0 Then 'If First Number, No need to check 

     For ii = 1 To LstNumbers.ListCount  

'check to listbox if the number is existing
          If RndNumber = LstNumbers.List(ii - 1) Then
               FndNumber = True
               Exit For 'Gotcha, Duplicate, EXIT now
          Else
               FndNumber = False  'NOT FOUND
          End If

     Next ii

End If

If FndNumber = False Then LstNumbers.AddItem RndNumber  

'save the number to listbox if no duplicate found

Loop Until LstNumbers.ListCount = Sheet1.Cells(2, 8) - Sheet1.Cells(1, 8) + 1

'generate until the last number.

'Do loop means read until the TOTAL no. of data to be randomize

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DISCLAIMER NOTICE: The code above and the downloadable code can be modified and re-used but I will not be responsible to any problems that may appear.

6. Close the Visual Basic Editor and Start Running the Program by Turning off the Design Mode: In the Developers Tab, Click the Design Mode Button Icon

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7. Click the Command Button to Generate numbers depending on the range (COLUMN H).

If you are having some difficulty in creating the example above, Download here (.xlsm Macro-enabled Excel Document)

For the old office 2000-2003 format. .xls file, download here

NOTE: Opening the Excel File

By default, All Macros in Excel is disabled and a security message will appear. To enable: read here first

How I came up with the formula?

References: Microsoft Excel and Visual Basic 6.0 Help Files

Generating Random Value Between two Numbers
Int((Upperbound - Lowerbound + 1) * Rnd + Lowerbound)

MS Excel Help File
(Upperbound - Lowerbound) * Rand + Lowerbound

REAL-WORLD APPLICATIONS

Creating random numbers is very important. The simplest example is the famous MP3 player called WinAmp. When you click the option Shuffle, It will play all your Music Files in a Random way.

Did you experience playing your Playlist in Random but some songs was repeated? :)

I hope everybody have learn something in this example.

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Security Warning Some Active Content has been disabled

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To Remove All the threat of Macro Viruses in Office Documents like  Excel and Word, Microsoft adapted the Four Levels of Macro Security. In Office 2007 we have seen .xlsm format in which all macro-enabled documents needs to be save using the new file type for additional security.

How to Run / Enable Macro in Documents

It's easy to Activate the Macro in a Document: Click the Option Button > In Security Alert - Macros & ActiveX Window, Select Enable this Content

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To customize how Macro-enabled Documents are opened:

1. Open the Trust Center Window

Press ALT+F+I to open the Option Window > In the Left Pane, Select the Trust Center Button > Click the Trust Center Settings... Button

or

Using the Developers Tab, Click the Macro Security Icon

If you can't see the Tab, Read this First

2. Customize the Settings

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Option 1: Disable all Macros without notification

Option 2: Disable all Macros with notification

Option 3: Disable all Macros except digitally signed macros

Option 4: Enable all macros (not recommended; potentially dangerous code can run)

These are the Four Security-Level of Macro enabled Documents which corresponds to Very High, High, Medium and Low.

 

Please Read More: Generate Random Numbers from specified range in Excel


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Life with Windows

 

 

customizations

 tips and tricks QuickTips  mouse

 

 

Recommended to Read First: Click Here


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Middle Mouse Button Setup Tips

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*** How To Activate Flip 3d using the Middle Mouse Button / Scroll Wheel Button

Registry Hack! How to Launch Applications using the Middle Mouse Button

* Shutdown, Restart, Lock, Sleep Or Hibernate your Computer using the Middle Mouse Button

* Eject your CD/DVD using a Keyboard Shortcut

How To Turn Off Aero using the Middle Mouse Button

* Eject your CD/DVD using the Middle mouse button


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Quick Tips

Nice! Launching the Hidden Command Prompt while installing Windows

Easily Play .Webm formats

Adding Quick Navigation Explorer feature to your Taskbar

Launching Welcome Center through Run Window

Nice! Speed up Minimizing and Maximizing of Window in Windows Vista

* How to Copy & Paste Text from CMD or Command Prompt Window

Annoyed? A Windows Vista Power Button that actually Turns off your PC

Useful Opening Network Connections Window easily

Useful Simplest way to Save Time in using Google Search

Quick Tip: How to Find and Get the Windows Directory Name or Folder

Quick Tip: Create a shortcut and Go directly to Device Manager

* Speeding Up! Using Quick Launch Toolbar's Keyboard Shortcut

USEFUL Quicktip: How to prolong your Laptop Battery


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Useful Windows Customizations

New Tips will be written frequently, Please check it out!

Recommended Unlocking WinBubble Part 1 *Tips and Tweaks

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Add "Disable UAC" or "Enable UAC" to Right-click Menu / Context Menu

POPULAR Turn Off Aero using a Keyboard Shortcut

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COOL Adding Virtual Folders and Shortcuts to My Computer Window

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How to change Windows Library Icons

How to Remove Phone Icon Entries from My Computer in Windows 7

How to Add Icons to Control Panel in Windows 7 and Vista (Folders, Programs or Applications)

Easily Remove or Set the OEM Logo and Support Information in Windows 7/Vista/XP

How to Remove Invalid “Open With” Menu Program Entry

Advanced: Another Way to Add Icons to Desktop

How to Change the Command Prompt Background and Text Color

The Four Hidden Google Chrome Icons

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POPULAR Windows Vista Tip, Create an Aero On Off and Flip3D Shortcut

Complete [Vista] Icon Changer (It's FREE!)

* Adding your applications to Context Menu (Right-Click Menu)

NEW Add "Hide This File" and "Hide This Folder" to your Right-Click / Context Menu in Windows Vista and XP

Clean Up Time Removing Right-Click Menu Items, Customizing and Changing File Type Icons (File Extension) in Windows Vista

Great! [Vista] Easily Change Hard Disk Icons

How to Show/Remove the Language Bar in Windows Vista Taskbar

* Customize your Folder Icons to Enhance Windows Vista Experience

[Vista/XP] Easily Remove/Clean-up Internet Explorer Context Menu Entry

* [Vista] Adding Internet Explorer Icon, Network, Control Panel, Username and Public Folder to Desktop

[Vista/XP] Add Safely Remove Hardware (UNPLUG) in Right-Click/Context Menu

[Vista] How to Restore Folder Icons to Default

HELPFUL [Vista] Hibernate Button is gone

POPULAR [Vista/XP] How to Customize your OEM Information

Download Free Amazing MyColor Themes

USEFUL Add "Remove Temp Files" to Right-Click Menu

Create a Shortcut for Shutdown, Restart, Sleep, Lock and Hibernate Button

Useful Registry Editor Tip: Change the Open Folder Icon, Helps in Finding Any Registry Keys and Values

Pin the Search Shortcut in the Start Menu

Customizing Windows Vista: Using Large Icons in the Taskbar's Quick Launch toolbar

Customizing OEM Logo in Windows Vista

Pinning All Shortcuts to Start Menu

Unlock Me! Pinning your icons in the start menu

Speed Up! Use the "Quick Explorer" to navigate your files easily

UnlockThis! Shock 4way 3D, adds a WOW factor

Show 'Open command window here...

* Tweak your Windows Vista, the easiest way when arranging your files


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Articles will be written and updated frequently. So, Please check it out!

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Hung App Time, Freeze Time and Auto End Tasks for Windows Application

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[Registry Fix] File not Found message with Web Browser Control

Registry Entry for Anti-Virus Programs to Scan When you open attachments

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Simple Way to Disable Startup Softwares

How to Add “Run as Administrator” option to any file types in Windows 7 and Vista

Program to open and close the dvd/cd drive in Windows 7 and Vista

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Yahoo Mail Account Hack! Detect if opened in another location

[Enhanced] Display/Clear the Recent Programs in Windows 7 and Vista Start Menu

How to capture and take Screenshots of the Welcome Screen in Windows 7 and Vista

Simple way to change the Start Menu Button Settings in Windows Vista

Display the Last Logon Time for Users in Windows 7, XP and Vista

Skip the Welcome Screen in Windows 7/Vista/XP

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Open the Hidden Shutdown Dialog Window in Windows 7 and Vista

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Getting the Computer Specs, Performance and Speed Information in Windows 7 and Vista

Get the most important System Information about your computer in one location

Dxdiag Command Line options

Command Line Switches for msconfig.exe (System Configuration Utility) and Tools Tab Customization

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How to Use Disk Cleanup Maintenance Utility in Windows 7 and Vista

Using Subst command to create virtual drives

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Changing the Default Search For Executables Path in Command Prompt

Add "Disable UAC" or "Enable UAC" to Right-click Menu / Context Menu

How to Show/Remove the Language Bar in Windows Vista Taskbar

Unable to Change the Login Password in Windows Vista

* Universal Script Template in Elevating Commands as Administrator in Windows Vista

* Add "Hide This File" and "Hide This Folder" to your Right-Click / Context Menu in Windows Vista and XP

Cool Use the Task Manager like a Widget or Sidebar Gadgets

Fun Stuff Task Manager's Menu Bar, Tabs, Minimize, Maximize and Close Button is Missing in Windows XP and Vista

Nokia [Vista] FIX: Your phone is in file transfer mode and cannot be used with PC Suite...

Complete [Vista] Icon Changer (It's FREE!)

Clean Up Time Removing Right-Click Menu Items, Customizing and Changing File Type Icons (File Extension) in Windows Vista

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Useful [Help] How to Fix, Repair and Restore (Recover) Windows Vista Easily

* Customize your Folder Icons to Enhance Windows Vista Experience

[Vista/XP] Easily Remove/Clean-up Internet Explorer Context Menu Entry

* [Vista] Adding Internet Explorer Icon, Network, Control Panel, Username and Public Folder to Desktop

[Vista/XP] Add Safely Remove Hardware (UNPLUG) in Right-Click/Context Menu

[Vista] How to Reset IE Security Warning "A website wants to open web content using this program on your computer" to default

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How to Find or Specify the Download Directory Before and After Downloading a file

[Vista] How to Restore Folder Icons to Default

Download Free Amazing MyColor Themes

HELPFUL [Vista] Hibernate Button is gone

[Vista/XP] How to Enable or Disable a User Account

Internet Explorer Command to Delete Temporary Files, All History, Passwords and Forms

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BLOG UnlockME: Internet Explorer 7 and FireFox 3 doesn't load the latest web page

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The Most Annoying message next to UAC: "This Driver is Blocked Due to Compatibility Issues"

Advanced: How to Create/Generate a New GUID using Vb.Net, C# and Vb.Script

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Extremely Useful Add "Create a Restore Point" to your Context Menu

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WinBubble Tip: Adding Device Manager to Right-Click Menu in Windows Vista

FUN Greetings, Reminders Or Any Message Before Entering Windows Vista

How to Hide or Disable a User Account at the Welcome Screen in Windows Vista/XP (Local and Remote Users)

Useful Registry Editor Tip: Change the Open Folder Icon, Helps in Finding Any Registry Keys and Values

Pin the Search Shortcut in the Start Menu

"Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver"

How to Open/Load .ISO Files in Windows Vista/XP

Windows Vista SP1 File Removal tool: Free up more space on your hard drive

How to Show/Hide Start Menu Search in Windows Vista Service Pack 1, I Unlock This First!!!

Hardware Problem After Installation of Windows Vista SP 1

USEFUL Windows Live Writer: File Upload Failed

How to Enable/Disable Task Manager option in Windows Vista

UnlockMe! "Windows has blocked some startup programs"

How to Remove/Disable Start-up programs in Windows Vista

* Add "Hide/Show Computer" in Network Icon Context Menu

Registry Hack! How to Restore DVD Drive Label / Names in Windows Vista

How to Enable/Disable "On Resume, Display Logon Screen"

NEAT Kill 'em All: Close Multiple Programs at the Same Time

POPULAR Branding your Windows Vista Computer

The Windows Desktop Bug

POPULAR Turn Off Aero using a Keyboard Shortcut

Customizing Windows Vista: Using Large Icons in the Taskbar's Quick Launch toolbar

Customizing OEM Logo in Windows Vista

Pinning All Shortcuts to Start Menu

POPULAR Enable the Two Hidden Aurora's in Windows Vista

Unlock Me! Pinning your icons in the start menu

Speed Up! Use the "Quick Explorer" to navigate your files easily

UnlockThis! Shock 4way 3D, adds a WOW factor

POPULAR Windows Vista Tip, Create an Aero On Off and Flip3D Shortcut

Windows Vista Benchmarking tool

* Windows DVD Maker, create your own Professional-looking video DVDs

* Login Automatically in Windows Vista

* Ten ways on enhancing your Windows Vista User Experience

* Gear up your new Windows Vista OS with tweaks for beginners

Tweak your Windows Vista, the easiest way when arranging your files

File association problem in Windows Vista

Low 'Virtual Memory' warning on Windows Vista

Internet Explorer 7 Top Ten features

Capture anything on your screen with Windows Snipping tool

Show 'Open command window here...

* Partitioning your Drive in Windows Vista


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WinGuggle, Retrieve Office and Windows Vista/7-XP  Serial Keys, Customizes OEM and User Information, and Lets you access the most important information about  your system.

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Networking and Internet Related Tips and Tricks

More articles will be written frequently, Please Check it out!

*** How to try Google Mobile Client using PC

How to Get the Youtube Direct Download Links

Yahoo Mail Account Hack! Detect if opened in another location

Easy way to Download Webm Videos from Youtube

Using NSLOOKUP command to get IP and DNS Information

*** Using GetMAC Tool to display MAC address for Network Adapters

Great! Setup a Backdoor in Windows 7/Vista Welcome Screen

Internet Connection Sharing to Several Computers using Windows

Shortcut Key to Disconnect GPRS, EDGE, 3G/HSDPA Dial-up Internet Connection in Windows Vista

* Simple Way to Monitor Opened Files in a Shared Folder Across the Network

USEFUL Simple Ways to Tweak your Network and Internet Connections- Part 1

USEFUL Simple Ways to Tweak your Network and Internet Connections- Part 2

How to Disable Connection for Specific Wireless Networks

Command-line Utilities to check the Network Connectivity

Show/Hide Internet Explorer Download Complete Window

How to Find Bing Background Location using Google

Changing Internet Explorer Welcome Tab URL

Network Folder Not Available in Browse for Folder Window

[Vista/XP] How to Set up Ad hoc Wifi Wireless Networking Without a Router

[Vista/XP] How to Share Internet Connection in Ad hoc Network

* Hide your computer in the Network

* [Help] How to Setup Broadband DSL Internet Connection in Windows Vista for a Single PC

How to Get the Windows Experience Index (WEI) score of a Network Computer

Useful Opening Network Connections Window easily

Useful Simplest way to Save Time in using Google Search

* Add "Hide/Show Computer" in Network Icon Context Menu

Internet Explorer 7 Top Ten features

Google Chrome

[Google Chrome] Synchronize your Bookmarks / Favorites Across Two or more Computers (Passwords too!)

Google Chrome Temporary Files location (Cache), Bookmarks/Favorites Database Hack!

[How] Opening Google Chrome SQLite V3 Database Files

[How] Opening Google Chrome Files: History, Archived History, Cookies, Thumbnails and Web Data

[Help] Where's the "Recent Pages" Button in Google Chrome? It's Gone!

[Help] Where is Google Chrome Homepage Button, Gone?

[Help-Files] Find, Edit and Change Google Chrome Download Directory Location

* Tips and tricks: Google Chrome Secret Pages Hack!

Firefox

Easily Download and Save Youtube Videos in Firefox using my Youtube Hack Code


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