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Search Through Browsing History Easier in Chrome

Are you looking for an easier way to search through your browsing history? Then you may want to have a look at the History Calendar extension. History Calendar allows you to search and display entries by date using the floating calendar added to your History Page.

If you have a lot of history entries but can not remember the exact details about a website, then this great little extension lets you quickly narrow it down to the date you visited the site. From there you can quickly look through the entries for that day only to find what you are looking for.

XP Mega Tweak Pack

Download this mega pack of Tweaks and boost up your Windows XP speed.

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Disappear Taskbar permanently

I often wondered, how to convert my windows XP appearance to Mac. After a long struggle I got the idea. The best way to make your XP look like Mac is to remove taskbar permanently and add a dock instead of it. Below is the regedit code to disappear taskbar permanently.

Steps:

1. Go to Start >> Run >> Regedit.
2. Navigate to the following directories:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\MyComputer\NameSpace
3. Delete the following subkey: {0DF44EAA-FF21-4412-828E-260A8728E7F1} and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\MyComputer\NameSpace
Delete the following key: {0DF44EAA-FF21-4412-828E-260A8728E7F1}

How to Create a Virtual Drive?

A cool feature of Windows is the capability to create a virtual disk drive. A virtual disk drive is a special folder of an actual physical drive that actually serves as a drive in its own right. For example, you can create a virtual CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive in Windows. A key advantage of a virtual drive is that it usually saves time. So lets create a Virtual Drive my our own.

Steps:

1. Click on Start button and then click Run. In Run command type in “cmd” The command prompt will appear.

2. Type in subst x: “C:\Program Files”3. => Replace the “x” with the name for your virtual drive you want to create. Keep in mind that this name is not assign with any other drive name.

=>C:\Program Files represents the particular directory of which you want to create your virtual drive. You                                 may give any other directory to your need.

  1. Once you enter your info into the command prompt, press ENTER and  your virtual drive will have been created. You can go to My Computer and view your new drive. However, if you shut down your PC now, it will be automatically deleted. Here’s a trick to make it permanent.

Steps:

  1. Open  Notepad.
    Next, type subst x: “C:\ Program Files ” into your notepad. Now save the Notepad document as c:\autoexec.bat.(recommended save it in drive C only)
  1. Click on Start and then click Run. In Run command type in “regedit”. This opens the Registry Editor.
    In the left-hand side pane, browse to
    => HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE => Software => Microsoft => Windows => CurrentVersion =>Run.
  1. Next, right click on the right-hand side pane. Click New String Value. Now type in “Autoexec” and then click Enter.
    Right click Autoexec and then click Modify.
    Type c:\autoexec.bat.
  1. Close your Registry Editor and restart your PC. And enjoy


Make Your Own Text to Speech Converter

I often wondered to make the TEXT to SPEECH. After a long time i was able to get a code from net, that was able to convert TEXT to SPEECH. You don’t have to do nothing. Just copy the code, paste it in the notepad and save it as texttospeech.vbs or any name but remember to give extension .vbs only.

Code

Dim message, sapi
message=InputBox("What do you want me to say?","Text To Voice")
Set sapi=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
sapi.Speak message

 

 

Enjoy your TEXT to SPEECH converter.

Disable RUN Feature in windows operating system

Copy the following command in your notepad and save as run.reg and run it.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer]
“NoRun”=dword:00000001

This will disable your RUN feature.

Disable Logoff Feature in Windows Operating System


Copy the following command in your notepad and save as log.reg and run it.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer]
“NoLogoff”=dword:00000001

This will disable your Logofffeature.

Change Dos Prompt Color…?

Are you bored by seeing the black background in command prompt window. So, don’t worry here the solution for your answer. You can change the color of your cmd window.

Steps:

1. Type these lines in notepad and save as cmdcolor.reg and run it.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor]
“DefaultColor”=dword:0000002e

2. This will make the background Light Green. But if you want to change it to different color the do the following:

If you want background Blue, then instead of writing “DefaultColor”=dword:0000002e, change the value of  0000002e to 00000019. Here 1 = the background color and 9 = the text color. Similarly use contrasting colors and carry. Down are the color codes that will help you in changing.

0 = Black
8 = Gray

1 = Blue
9 = Light Blue

2 = Green
A = Light Green

3 = Aqua
B = Light Aqua

4 = Red
C = Light Red

5 = Purple
D = Light Purple

6 = Yellow
E = Light Yellow

7 = White
F = Bright White

Change any Folder to Recycle Bin (for data security)

Steps:

1. For changing any folder to recycle bin type these lines in notepad:

[.ShellClassInfo]
CLSID={645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}

2. And save as: Desktop.ini in your folder (which you want to change into Recyle Bin) to change Recycle Bin.

3. Open Dos Prompt, if we have the folder in d:/manjur, then type the following lines to convert the folder in Recycle Bin.

d:\> attrib +a +r +s manjur /s /d

4. After typing the above command, the folder will be changed into Recycle Bin.

How to Create a Virtual Drive Permanently.

A cool feature of Windows is the capability to create a virtual disk drive. A virtual disk drive is a special folder of an actual physical drive that actually serves as a drive in its own right. For example, you can create a virtual CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive in Windows. A key advantage of a virtual drive is that it usually saves time. So lets create a Virtual Drive my our own.

Steps:

1. Click on Start button and then click Run.

2. In Run command type in “cmd” The command prompt will appear.

3. Type in subst x: “C:\Program Files

=> Replace the “x” with the name for your virtual drive you want to create. Keep in mind that this name is not                    assign with any other drive name.

=>C:\Program Files represents the particular directory of which you want to create your virtual drive. You                         may give any other directory to your need.

4. Once you enter your info into the command prompt, press ENTER and  your virtual drive will have been                    created. You can go to My Computer and view your new drive. However, if you shut down your PC now, it will be  automatically deleted. Here’s a trick to make it permanent.

Steps:

1. Open  Notepad.

2. Next, type subst x: C:\ Program Files into your notepad. Now save the Notepad document as c:\autoexec.bat.(recommended save it in drive C only)

3. Click on Start and then click Run. In Run command type in “regedit“. This opens the Registry Editor.

4. In the left-hand side pane, browse to

=> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE => Software => Microsoft => Windows => CurrentVersion =>Run

5. Next, right click on the right-hand side pane. Click New String Value. Now type in “Autoexec” and then click Enter.

Right click Autoexec and then click Modify.

6.  Type c:\autoexec.bat.

7. Close your Registry Editor and restart your PC. And enjoy