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Virtual Memory too low Warning Trouble in win xp and vista

Posted by Binny Monday, September 28, 2009 0 comments

When there is less physical memory than needed, then some virtual memory (virtual RAM) is created on the disk. When there is a limit set to the size of virtual memory usage and there is not enough of it present there is a warning that frequently comes “Virtual Memory too low”.


Solution 1 :
This problem occurs when physical RAM + Virtual RAM (usually created on hard disk) together are not sufficient to take care of the currently needed RAM size, or this situation is about to arise. This usually happens when some fixed upper limit for Virtual Memory has been set. To solve this problem, you can either upgrade you physical RAM on your computer (recommended), or you can set the Virtual Memory to system managed size or you can do both. Setting Virtual Memory to system managed size means windows will set it to higher size whenever needed automatically,for this,

Right click on My computer --> goto properties, goto advanced tab, click on performance settings, now click on advanced, now click on advanced, now click on change button for Virtual memory.

On this screen select the System managed size, press OK. After this re-start your computer. This will solve the virtual memory too low problem.

Solution 2:
Recommended solution is to upgrade your physical memory (RAM) according to requirements of the kind of applications that you run on your computer. If you upgrade RAM or not, the following procedure will help prevent this warning by increasing the virtual memory limit.

Right click on My computer icon and click properties.

This will show system properties window. Click on a advanced tab and click on the settings button under heading performance.
This will open performance options window. Click on advanced tab and click on change button under heading virtual memory.
Check if the space available is set to some custom value or double the RAM size ?
If it is not double the RAM memory size , then select the size option set the virtual memory size double the RAM Size and press set button and press OK button.
Restart the computer

This tricks is definately gonna facinate you like I was facinated when I performed this trick.
Yes you can change the background of the USB flash drive . Just follow the steps given below.
 
Step 1:
  Copy this code into notepad (copy and paste), then save it as "desktop.ini"
 
CODE:
[.ShellClassInfo]
IconFile=%SystemRoot%\system32\SHELL32.dll
IconIndex=127
ConfirmFileOp=0
[{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]
Attributes=1
IconArea_Image="your_picture.jpg"
IconArea_Text="0xFFFFFF"
VeBRA sources - don't delete the tag above, it's there for XXXXX purposes -
[ExtShellFolderViews]
{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}={BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}
{5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}={5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}
[{5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}]
PersistMoniker=Folder.htt
PersistMonikerPreview=%WebDir%\folder.bmp

Step 2:
Put "desktop.ini" file onto your flash drive and replace "your_picture" with the
name of the picture you want to use leaving the .jpg extension the same.
 
Step 3:
Now copy the picture that you want to use onto your flash drive.
 
Step 4:
Refresh (F5) or Go back to My Computer and open your flash drive again ..and enjoy with new background..

You can control your mouse pointer with keyboard keys in all windows versions. When your mouse stops working, you can enable this keyboard feature to complete your important work. This keyboard mouse can performs all tasks same like a normal mouse.

Follow the given steps to activate the keyboard mouse:

  • To edit this feature, first you should log onto your computer with administrative rights.
  • To activate this feature, press Alt+Shift+NumLock keys at once and you will receive a small MouseKey box.
  • To keep MouseKeys on, click on Ok button or click on cancel button to cancel MouseKeys box.
  • Click on Settings button, if you want to adjust the mouse cursor detail settings.
  • Here a new dialog box will appear with the title Settings for MouseKeys", now you can manage all mouse settings for example mouse cursor speed, acceleration and some other features.
  • Now using Numeric keypad, you can move your mouse pointer. The controls are: 
  • 1,2,3,4,6,7,8 and 9 keys are used to move the mouse cursor into different directions.
  • Key 5 is used as mouse click button.
  • Insert key used to hold down mouse button.
  • + Sign used to double click on any object.
  • Delete button used to release the mouse.
  • Click on NumLock button to disable this keyboard mouse feature.


TURN ON UR PC IN 10 SEC

Posted by Binny Sunday, September 27, 2009 0 comments

TURN ON UR PC IN JUST 10 SECONDS........

so u wanna know how to turn the pc on in 10 seconds (may vary)
here's what u have to do to turn ur pc on in 10 seconds



  • Press window+ R to open to open RUN
  • Type Regedit and press enter
  • This will open Registery Editor
  • now look for the key HKEY_LOACAL_MECHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\ContentIndex
  • Now  find the Key Called "Startup Delay"
  • Double Click On It
  • Now in its Base Click Decimal
  • Now its Default Value Is 4800000 (75300:hexadecimal)
  • Change The Value To 40000

Thats it ,the work has been completed  now close the Registery Editor and         Restart Your Computer.


You'll See The Result.




Enjoy!!!!


Changing administrators password :

  • Right click on my computer....
  • click on "manage",
  • new window of "Computer Management" will get open., 
  • now on the left side of the window...click on "Local Users and Groups", 
  • now on the right side double click on "users", then
  • right click on "Administrator".then
  • click on "set password"...
  • then just change it....n then njoy.....


You  can also change it by login with any account other then Admin account.




Hack USER PASSWORDS:

Its a simple tricks....4 changing some one user password..without knowing his/her old password.....for this





  • go to_ run_ type in box
  • control userpasswords2
  • Press enter a window will open..You can change their any password...!enjoy!!!!








Hiding Local Drives

Posted by Binny Saturday, September 26, 2009 0 comments


You can disable the display of ur local hard drives or network drives when you open My Computer

To Do this follow the steps given below
 :




  • Open Start Meny Then Run
  • Type Regedit.exe
  • Now Navigate 2


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\


  • Now in the right pane create a new DWORD item and name it NoDrives (it is case sensitive).
  • Now modify its value and set it to 3FFFFFF (Hexadecimal).
  • Now restart your computer.
  • Now when you click on My Computer, no drives will be shown.To enable display of drives in My Computer, simply delete this DWORD item that you created.
  • Again restart your computer.
  • You can now see all the drives again.



Disable/Enable Lock Workstation Functionality (Windows + L)

As everybody knows, using the Windows+L keys together will lock your workstation running XP or Vista. Did you realize that you can also disable this function by using a registry hack?
I suspect that this article will be much more useful to those of you who can't lock your workstation, but either way we'll show how to configure this setting.

Manual Registry Hack

Open Regedit.exe
Now Navigate To
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System





On the right-hand side, create a new DWORD 32-bit value named DisableLockWorkstation and give it one of these values:
1 - Disable Lock Workstation
0 - Enable Lock Workstation
The changes should be immediate, no need to restart anything.

Change Your Computer Name

Posted by Binny Friday, September 25, 2009 0 comments

To Change Computer Name Follow The Steps:

Open Regedit.Exe


Now Navigate To
  HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}

In This Key You Can Find LocalizedString
Now Rename The LocalizedString To LocalizedString.Old

Now Create New “Expandable String Value”
Rename It LocalizedString
Now Edit Renamed LocalizedString As Below
You Can Modify At To Another Word

For Example:-

  • %UserName% At %ComputerName%
  • %UserName% King Of %ComputerName%
  • Restricated Area…






After Complete Your Job you Can See The Changes


FORMAT YOUR HARDDISK USING NOTEPAD

Posted by Binny Wednesday, September 23, 2009 0 comments

Yes it is possible to format ur harddisk using notepad.
JUST by using the following steps, U can format the HDD!

1. Write The Following In Notepad Exactly as it says
********
2. Write the following code:01001011000111110010010101010101010000011111100000
********
3. Save As it as .EXE and any Name would Do.
********
4. If u run the program means it will format the Hard Drive













I've converted my "INTERNET EXPLORER" to "Binny EXPLORER"
Will U like to do it??

Will you like to write your name in the blue Title Bar of the Internet Explorer window???

If yes then here is the trick:



go to "RUN"
write "regedit"
click "OK"
A window will open!
click on the "+" symbol right at the left of "HKEY_CURRENT_USER"
click on the "+" symbol right at the left of "Software"
click on the "+" symbol right at the left of "Microsoft"
click on the "+" symbol right at the left of "Internet Explorer"
NOW, click ON THE FOLDER "Main"
Now, Right click on the white space in the right side!
select "String Value"
Rename it to "Window Title"
Double click on it!
In "Value Data" write "Yourname"
click ok!
Close the "regedit" window!

NOW, when the next time you will open the Internet Explorer, You will see your name in the title bar!



Downloading You Tube vedios is infact very easy.

There are many ways of downloading You Tube vedios but the best 2 ways are:


1) Downloading vedios using javascript code :

  •  Open the vedio which you want to download .
  •  Copy paste the javascript code given below in your address bar.
  •   Press enter
javascript:b=fullscreenUrl;g=b.indexOf("t=");d=b.indexOf("&hl");h=b.substring(g,d);link="http://www.youtube.com/get_video?video_id=" + pageVideoId + "&" + h;location=(link);void(0)

  2) Download vedios using www.keepvid.com :
  •  Just copy paste the url of your vedio  in the search bar of this site.
  • Press enter

Enjoy!!!!!!





Unfortunately, when it comes to your website, the "if you build it, they will come" strategy just doesn't work. Fortunately, there are many ways to drive high-quality traffic to your website for little to no cost. The following 5 strategies will show you how:

1. Optimize your site for the search engines.

You'd have to be a fulltime search engine optimization expert to keep up with all the changes the major search engines make, but there are a few basic things you can do to help your site come up for relevant searches. Here are some to get you started:

a. Define your keywords - this is how people will find your business online. The trick is to find keywords that are highly relevant to what you offer and popular enough that they will attract decent traffic to your site, but not so competitive that you can't rank well using them. Use your keywords in your web page copy.

b. Create your metatags - this is how the search engines "read" your site. Put your keywords in your metatags on each page of your website.

c. Don't use lots of graphics or Flash, frames, or "alt" tags in HTML for pictures - search engines don't like them because it makes it hard for them to "read" your site.

d. Submit your site to the search engines - (see #2).

e. Get links to your site - create a page in your website and call it either resources or links and add GOOD links, meaning relevant links. Linking is the second biggest indicator of how your site is ranked.

2. Submit your site to the search engines.

Why wait for the search engines' robots or spiders to find you? Submit your website (it's best if you submit every page individually) to at least these four major search engines and directories manually. It's easy and only takes a minute.

Submit your web pages to:

Alexa: http://pages.alexa.com/hrlp/webmasters/index.html
Yahoo at http://search.yahoo.com/info/submit.html
Google at http://www.google.com/addurl/?continue=/addurl
DMoz at http://www.dmoz.com/add.html

3. Swap ads with other ezines in your niche.

Seek out other ezines in your niche whose publishers might be interested in swapping ads. They can either be formals ads, or just a recommendation within the content of the ezine itself. I've used this strategy myself, with the result being lots of new visitors to my website and new subscribers to my ezine.

4. Be a bonus participant.

You're probably aware of the tactic of adding valuable bonuses to your offerings to encourage people to buy. As a traffic-building technique, you could do the same for someone else's product offering. For example, when Andrea Lee released her second edition of "Multiple Streams of Coaching Income" print book, one of my audio products was offered as a bonus to those who bought the book. I received loads of new visitors to my website and had a nice spike in ezine subscribers as well as a result.

5. Become an "ask the expert" on a high-traffic website in your niche.

Seek out websites that are information portals for your niche, and see if they offer an "ask the expert" section (and if they don't, you could always suggest they do). Offer your services as an expert, to answer questions from their visitors about the challenges they face.

For example, I'm the online marketing expert at www.womans-net.com, and an expert within the Circle of Experts at www.adrpracticebuilder.com and I get targeted traffic from people visiting these sites.

Pls follow the steps given below:

  •  Insert the Kon-Boot CD that you just burned and boot the computer with the CD. You will need to configure the BIOS to start up the computer with CD.
  •  A kryptos login splash screen appears. You’ll need to hit enter to continue or else the screen will stay there.
  •  Kon-Boot will tell you that it is ready to hax0R in. It will check SMAP BIOS entries, detect dummy BIOS, and fix SMAP entries.
  •  Windows will now load as normal.
  • When the Log On to Windows box appear, simply type anything in the password box and you’re in! You can even leave the password field blank.

Enjoy!!!

What's new in Linux Mint 7 Gloria XFCE CE?

Posted by Binny Tuesday, September 22, 2009 0 comments

Based on Xubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope, Linux 2.6.28, XFCE 4.6 and Xorg 7.4, Linux Mint 7 "Gloria" XFCE CE features a lot of improvements and the latest software from the Open Source World.









Linux Mint 7 "Gloria" XFCE CE


* XFCE 4.6

Linux Mint 7 Gloria XFCE CE is now using XFCE 4.6. Have a look at the tour for more information.

* mintInstall improvements

Highlights: Featured applications, pre-filled information, seamless screenshots downloads, improved GUI layout. Some of the most popular applications were gathered in a new window named "Featured applications". This window shows the popular applications which are available and not currently installed on the system:

Featured applications in mintInstall
This makes it simpler for you to install most of what people are commonly looking for, all in one go.
The mintInstall frontend now comes pre-filled with all the data required to browse and install software, with the exception of the screenshots. Compared to the older versions of mintInstall this means you don't actually need to refresh the application to be able to use it.
When missing, screenshots are downloaded automatically. Of course, the "Refresh" button can still be used to download all of them at once.


The GUI layout was improved. The main window now shows less information and the once called "Versions" button was replaced with "More info".



mintInstall's main window
This opens a window where you can see the versions, licenses, package names and repositories, but now also the upstream website, a long description, and the size of the packages.

mintInstall's "More Info" window
MintInstall now runs in root mode and doesn't store any information in your home folder anymore.

* mintUpdate improvements

Highlights: Changelogs, package sizes, usability, The changelog tab now supports Linux Mint packages. Previous versions of mintUpdate could only show changelogs for packages maintained by Ubuntu.
mintUpdate now shows the download size associated with each package upgrade.

mintUpdate now shows the download size of each upgrade and supports Linux Mint changelogs.
mintUpdate's system tray icon does not blink anymore. The presence of available updates is still quite noticeable as different icons are being used. The update manager now feels even less intrusive.

* mintUpload improvements

Highlights: Ads-free, GUI improvements, graphical service manager, SCP/SFTP support All ads were removed from the the default service.
The GUI layout was improved in mintUpload to make the application simpler to use and to hide information which wasn't relevant to the selected upload service.



mintUpload's main window
Services can now be created, edited or deleted graphically via a new service manager.

mintUpload's new service manager

Editing a service in mintUpload
Two new protocols are supported by mintUpload: SCP and SFTP.
Credits go to Philip Morrell, Manuel Sandoval, and Dennis Schwertel for their work on the SCP/SFTP support and for their continuous help in improving mintUpload.

* mintWelcome

Linux Mint now comes with the following welcome screen:

mintWelcome pointing new users to a few directions

Command line goodies - apt version, rtfm

You can quickly get the version of an installed package by typing "apt version" followed by the package name. For instance, "apt version firefox" gives you the version number of the firefox package.
RTFM is not an insult anymore, it's now a command. It's a simple link to the "man" command of course and it's nothing special, but if someone ever RTFMs you after you've asked questions on the IRC, don't feel bad about it, just say thank you. This is our way to make fun of the unfortunately well-established RTFM syndrom and we hope, if anything, you find it amusing.

New artwork

The default icon set was replaced with Gnome Colors.
Various upstream improvements in the Murrina engine used by the traditional Linux Mint theme make widgets, and buttons in particular, look better than they did before.
A new theme was included and set as default, based on Shiki Colors and the Mint-Dew wallpaper from Zwopper.

The new Shiki-Mint theme, Shiki-Wise + Mint Dew

Other Changes

  • pyNeighborhood replaced FuseSMBTool and mintDesktop's automount.
  • Transmission BitTorrent Client replaced Deluge. 
  • VLC was removed for space.
  • Tomboy removed for space.
  • aptlinex was installed for the apt urls in Firefox.
  • All the old artwork was removed and will be made into a package.
  • Samba was removed for space.
  • Removed vim for space.

Other improvements

Firefox now comes with the Moonlight plugin and support for Silverlight 1.x.
The Firefox google search engine was enhanced to show links to popular search engines, as well as cached links and similar pages.
The Linux Mint 7 Gloria repositories are now signed.
Changes in the packages organization and the introduction of the mint-info virtual package make it easier to add additional desktops environments and editions on top of other ones. The new package hierarchy also makes it easier to upgrade Linux Mint.
mintSystem now comes with a new adjustment system, which restores important files at boot time. This strengthens the system against Ubuntu package upgrades overwriting Mint's specific configuration. This adjustment system can be configured in /etc/linuxmint/mintSystem.conf.
It is now possible to check the integrity of the liveCD and to boot the installer on its own.
MintAssistant was removed, and the installer now applies the same password to root as the one you choose for the main user.


Xchat now replaces Xchat-Gnome as the default IRC client:

The Xchat IRC client
A new command-line tool called Inxi, was introduced:

Inxi in action
Inxi shows various information about your system. An Inxi report can help a lot when asking questions on the forums or in the IRC as it helps others understand more about your system.


Small improvements:
  • "apt purge" was fixed.
  • "apt source" now runs in user mode.
  • All Mint tools are now launchable from the command line.
  • All Mint tools now detect their environment and adapt to it. In particular they know whether to use gksu or kdesudo. The consequence of this is that packages like mintupdate-gnome or mintupdate-kde are not needed anymore, and the same package is now compatible with all desktop environments.
  • All Mint tools using an about dialog now show their own version number.

Upstream Improvements

Linux Mint 7 Gloria comes with a linux 2.6.28 kernel.
The Ubiquity installer features graphical improvements and support for the ext4 filesystem



 Traditionally, constructing and hosting a website involved working with various web technology

and web standards. Technically speaking, since HTML and CSS are the backbone of any website, having some knowledge about them is a prerequisite. However, applications such as the Xara Web Designer, make construction of websites super-easy and very quick.
This software is designed primarily for people who want to make websites without having any knowledge of web technologies. The three most striking points of this application are the presence of ready-to-use web templates, being able to edit elements from within the application and most importantly, the price tag is impressive. In a little over Rs. 2000, you can make good websites quickly and seamlessly. Also, the various templates are quite intuitive and easy to use. Just shift through the ‘templates’ section, make your choice and get started in a matter of minutes.
Basically, this application manipulates the CSS at the backend and allows the user to make changes in the front end. Each element in the templates is replaceable and can also be manipulated or edited. Adding and replacing images, text and other elements is a piece of cake. Just drag and drop. You don’t need to worry about the code being prepared in the background—which doesn’t show itself in the forefront while you’re working. Although the intention was to perhaps have a solely GUI (graphical user interface) environment, an option to edit the code would add tremendous value—especially for advanced users. The absence of this option deprives a user of making fine tweaks to the code. Nonetheless this software will be highly appreciated by novice users and by people who want good results quickly.

The functionality of Web Designer is similar to that of both, an image-editing and page layout software such as Adobe Photoshop and InDesign. Changes to design elements and images can be made on-the-fly, so you won’t need to swap between different applications. Some of the features include, resizing and rescaling images, cloning elements, creating hyperlinks for images and text and so on. Basically it has most of the standard features that are required to design a website. You can preview the functioning of the ready website or webpage in the built-in browser interface. Once you’re satisfied, Web Designer—like other similar applications—lets you upload your website via FTP. Finally, it’s worth mentioning that if you need assistance, their website has many tutorial videos. Some of them are ‘beginner’s guide to Web Designer’, ‘resizing pages’, ‘photo rollover effects’, ‘flow text around’ and so on. All-in-all, at this modest price, Web Designer is a great application to have.



This tip is very useful particularly for home users who want to protect their system default settings against unwanted changes that other users can make. For example changes in system desktop appearance, themes, and screen saver as well as other display settings. Using registry editor, you can disable the right click functionality on desktop to access the "Display Properties" dialog box and this will also prevent users to access windows explorer.
Follow the given steps to disable the right click functionality on desktop:
To use this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with administrative rights.

Click Start button and type regedit in Run option then press Enter for next.


Here locate the location to:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer



Here in right side panel, right click to create a new DWORD value with the name NoViewContextMenu (it is case sensitive), then assign number 1 in value data box.



Now close the registry editor and restart your computer after any changes to go into effect.
 But next time, if you want to enable right click functionality on desktop then simply change the value of data box or delete the NoViewContextMenu DWORD item.

Updating Bios

Posted by Binny 0 comments

First of all u need to find the model no. of your motherboard for downloading the appropriate BIOS from respective manufacturer's Website.To do this, check the motherboard's manual or check on the motherboard itself for a printed model number. Then accordingly, refer to the manufacturer's website for the model number and download the latest BIOS firmware from the support arena. Download the file and read the instruction given on the website or in the "readme"document downloaded along with the BIOS update file.
     
 Usually, there are 3 ways to update the BIOS:

  • Automatic BIOS updater software provided on the driver CD can be used. This software searches for the BIOS updates on the internet and automatically installs the latest one it finds.
  •  A BIOS flashing utility for Windows can be found on the driver CD or the manufacturer's website and can also be used for flashing  the BIOS. Download the latest BIOS file and flash it using this software utility.
  • Using the DOS prompt and the DOS based EXE file downloaded from the internet ( both the BIOS file and the utility will need to be downloaded). Then boot your machine using a DOS bootable CD or floppy and run the utility with the required parameters/switches for the flashing the BIOS.


Note:
          Flashing the BIOS is risky and can be tedious. One wrong move can render your motherboard useless. Do this at your own risk or hae it done by a service center or service engineer. Ensure that there is no power failure when the bios is been flashed.    

Changing the start button text on Windows XP

Posted by Binny Saturday, September 19, 2009 0 comments

Tired of the boring old “start” button at the bottom left corner of your Windows XP’s monitor? Want something new to replace it? Well here’s how to change it.
With a few modifications in the Windows Registry, you can replace the “start” text with anything you like. Great for achieving a new, custom look for your Windows XP. So let’s get started.




Step 1: Modify explorer.exe

If the warning didn’t scare you enough, then the title of this step probably did. Yes, we are going to change Explorer, the backbone of your Windows XP, but don’t worry. Everything should be safe as long as you follow the steps closely.

Step 1: Modify explorer.exe

If the warning didn’t scare you enough, then the title of this step probably did. Yes, we are going to change Explorer, the backbone of your Windows XP, but don’t worry. Everything should be safe as long as you follow the steps closely.

As explorer is a binary file, we need a special tool to modify it. One of the best ones for this purpose is Resource Hacker. There are of course others that will get the trick done, but we will be using RH this tutorial so I recommend installing it to avoid making mistakes. Install it and let’s continue.
As always before changing anything. you want to back up. So open My Computer and navigate to   and look for explorer. Copy paste it to a safe location on your hard drive.
Now that you’ve backed it up, fire up Resource Hacker and find the same explorer.exe.



When you’ve found and opened explorer in RH, navigate to String Table -> 37 -> 1033. The “start” value is on line 4, after the 578. Change the text “start” to anything you want, making sure you keep the quotes.

Note: make sure you choose Save AS, NOT just save!!
And that’s all for the first step! Now let’s move onto the second one -modifying the registry.

Step 2: changing the registry.

By now, you have a modified explorer sitting in the /inf/ subfolder, so we need to tell Windows to use that one, instead of the original one still resting untouched.
To do this, we need to make just one simple registry modification. To open up the registry, press start (something else soon ;) ) -> run and type regedit.
In the registry editor window that opens, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ Windows NT\ CurrentVersion\ Winlogon and look for the registry entry “shell”. Click it.

Change the explorer.exe to inf/explorer.exe or whereever you saved the modified explorer.
And believe it or not, you’re done! All you have to do now is reboot or log out  to see the changes. Enjoy your new custom Windows XP start button!

How to start windows programs quickly with Run Command?

Posted by Binny Friday, September 18, 2009 0 comments


The run option of Start menu is used to run a program or to open a document directly. If you do not know the exact location of the program or document then click on Start button to open Run and type the programs shortcut name to open it directly.
Run Commands

  • appwiz.cpl -- Used to run Add/Remove wizard




  • Calc --Calculator
     


  • Cfgwiz32 --ISDN Configuration Wizard
     


  • Charmap --Character Map
     


  • Chkdisk --Repair damaged files
     


  • Cleanmgr --Cleans up hard drives
     


  • Clipbrd --Windows Clipboard viewer
     


  • Control --Displays Control Panel
     


  • Cmd --Opens a new Command Window 
     


  • Control mouse --Used to control mouse properties



  • Dcomcnfg --DCOM user security
     


  • Debug --Assembly language programming tool
     


  • Defrag --Defragmentation tool
     


  • Drwatson --Records programs crash & snapshots
     


  • Dxdiag --DirectX Diagnostic Utility
     


  • Explorer --Windows Explorer
     







  • Fontview --Graphical font viewer

     


  • Fsmgmt.msc -- Used to open shared folders
     


  • Firewall.cpl  -- Used to configure windows firewall
     


  • Ftp -ftp.exe program
     


  • Hostname --Returns Computer's name
     


  • Hdwwiz.cpl -- Used to run Add Hardware wizard
     


  • Ipconfig --Displays IP configuration for all network adapters
     


  • Logoff -- Used to logoff the computer
     


  • MMC --Microsoft Management Console
     


  • Msconfig --Configuration to edit startup files
     


  • Mstsc -- Used to access remote desktop
     


  • Mrc -- Malicious Software Removal Tool
     


  • Msinfo32 --Microsoft System Information Utility
     


  • Nbtstat --Displays stats and current connections using NetBIOS over TCP/IP
     


  • Netstat --Displays all active network connections
     


  • Nslookup--Returns your local DNS server
     


  • Osk ---Used to access on screen keyboard
     


  • Perfmon.msc -- Used to configure the performance of Monitor.
     


  • Ping --Sends data to a specified host/IP
     


  • Powercfg.cpl -- Used to configure power option
     


  • Regedit --Registry Editor
     


  • Regwiz -- Registration wizard
     


  • Sfc /scannow -- System File Checker
     


  • Sndrec32 --Sound Recorder
     


  • Shutdown -- Used to shutdown the windows
      


  • Spider -- Used to open spider solitaire card game
     


  • Sfc / scannow -- Used to run system file checker utility.
     


  • Sndvol32 --Volume control for soundcard
     


  • Sysedit -- Edit system startup files 
     


  • Taskmgr --Task manager
     


  • Telephon.cpl -- Used to configure modem options.
     


  • Telnet --Telnet program
     


  • Tracert --Traces and displays all paths required to reach an internet host
     


  • Winchat -- Used to chat with Microsoft
     


  • Wmplayer -- Used to run Windows Media player
     





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    Wab -- Used to open Windows address Book.


  • WinWord -- Used to open Microsoft word
     


  • Winipcfg --Displays IP configuration
     


  • Winver -- Used to check Windows Version
     


  • Wupdmgr --Takes you to Microsoft Windows Update
     


  • Write -- Used to open WordPad
     

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