Saturday, August 31, 2013

Need Administrative Tools On Start Menu...

8:28 AM Posted by Aravind D No comments
To Display All The System Administrative Tools On Start Menu...
Step 1:-Right Click Start And Click Properties.
Step 2:-Then Click Customize... Button.
Step 3:-Then Click Display On All Programs Menu And Start Menu Radio Button And Click Ok And Apply.

Now When You Open Start Menu Then You Can See Administrative Tools On It.

Friday, August 30, 2013

Control Panel As A Folder...

8:43 PM Posted by Aravind D No comments
Ever Tried Of Making A Folder,Which Directly Links To Your Control Panel Options.
To Do So Just Follow These Steps.
Step 1:-Create A New Folder Shortcut:-(Ctrl+Shift+N)

Step 2:-Then Type Anyfilename.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

After Opening It You Can Able Access The Control Panel Options Bundled Under One File...
Note:You  Can Place Where Ever You Want..

Thursday, August 29, 2013

9:12 PM Posted by Aravind D No comments
Famous Rivalries To Be Compete Against Casio.
Any guesses......
Yes They Are Apple And Samsung To Trademark Their Digital watches.
Samsung Plans To Launch Its First Smart Watch(Galaxy Gear) On September 4.Apple Too Planned To Launch Its iwatch on Second Half Of 2014.
Lets See Who Gonna Beat Casio..

iWatch Rendition

 Galaxy Gear's Mockup

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

8:58 PM Posted by Aravind D No comments
Taking Ownership In Windows 7:(Especially For System Files)
Just An Example With A 3rd party software.
Step 1:-Just Open Cmd As A administrator
Step 2:-Change The Path To The File To Which We Need To Be A Owner.(Using cd Path Address).
Step 3:-Then Write takeown /f  filename.exe
Step 4:-A Success Message Will Be Displayed.
Step 4:-To Gain A Full Ownership(With Deletion Permission For System Files)There Are Two Ways:
You May Use Any One
1)Type cacls filename.exe /g administrator:f
2)Type icacls filename.exe /grant administrator:F /t
Now You Just Just Owned The Ownership.
Easy Method:-
Not Got What I Said Then Just Download The File Below And Double Click Installtakeownership.reg.Thats All.
Right Click On The File you want to take ownership And You Can See Take Ownership Option On Submenu displayed.

Dont Forgot To Thank The Unknown Man Who Created This Registry Hack.
Add Take Ownership Option.

9:47 AM Posted by Aravind D No comments
If Default Program For Shortcut  Is Changed No Need To Worry:-
Step 1:Just Open Registry Editor.

Step 3:-Then Delete The User Choice Key.
Step 4:-Restart It.

Monday, August 26, 2013

9:38 PM Posted by Aravind D No comments
Need To Open Command Prompt At Single Click......
Just Follow These Simple Steps:-
Step 1:-Open Registry Editor By typing regedit on run.
Step 2:-Then Move To HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\Folder\Shell.

Step 3:-Create A New Key in shell by rightclicking it.Name It As Command Prompt then create a new key in command prompt & name it as command.

Step 4:-Then Double Click On Default And Type cmd.exe "%1" In The Value Data Field.
                                                                                                                                                                  Step 5:-That's All.
Just Right Click on Any Folder You May Found The Command Prompt On The Submenu Displayed.
Extra Tip:-
For Hiding The Files  Type attrib +h +s +r
For Revealing The Files Type attrib -h -s -r
h=hiding the files.
s=Important System File
r=Read Only.
Try At Your Own Risk..

8:28 PM Posted by Aravind D No comments
Annoyed By Low Computer Speed Here Are Some Tips:-
Step 1:-Open Notepad.
Step 2:-Then Type FreeMem=Space(102400000)[For 1GB Ram Multiply X n for nGB Ram)
Step 3:-Save It As "Filename.vbs"
Step 4:-Double Click It.
Step 4:-Thats All.
Method 2:-
Step 1:-Open Run
Step 2:-Type msconfig and open it.
Step 3:-Select Startup tab remove the unwanted apps this will boost your booting speed..

Don't Fail to Comment...

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Changing The Logon Screen

7:55 PM Posted by Aravind D No comments
Now You Can Customize Your Logon Screen Without Any 3rd Party Software Its Just Easy :-
Step 1:-Search For Regedit.
Step 2:-Then In Registry Editor Search For LogonUI (Or) Just By Moving To HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background
[I Just Prefer You The Second Way Which Is Somewhat Quicker Than The First ]
Step 3:-In Default Set The Value As 1.
Step 4:-Then Go To C:\Windows\System32\Oobe\Info(If INFO file was not created just create a new folder)
Step 5:-Create A New Folder backgrounds  then save the image into the folder backgrounds and rename it as backgroundDefault (Note The Image Should Be Less Than 250 KB)
Step 6:- Thats All.........
If You Have Any Confusion Just Look At The Images...
Step 1 to 3:-

Step 4:


Step 5: