'Hiii everyone this blog is designed for all about things releated to computers..Computer tricks,computer security,earn money online,Blogging,Seo,internet tricks,Latest technology updates..Basically a blog dedicated to computer geeks...so stay in touch to get regular updates :)

Sunday, 25 December 2011

How to open a locked folder without knowing its password

HIII everyoneeeeee       Iam back again WITH sum new tricksssss..... ENJOyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Folder locker is one of the most used application for windows to lock some personal files. There is some time when we forget the password and due to which we are not able to acess some of our personal files/folders.
Today here I am writing how to open folder locked without knowing its password. So here the trick for  those who forgot their password of folder locked xp or who wants to get into others personal folder.
To unlock just follow simple steps : -

Saturday, 24 December 2011


     HIII I AM BACK AGAIN WITH SUM NEW TRICKSSSSSS........Computer speed is a vital aspect, given that we depend a lot on it for our day-to-day activities. Getting good computer’s performance depends mostly on what you are using that computer for at a particular time. So, that means your computer performance depends on how you are using it.
If you noticed that your computer system is working slowly or if it is not producing the actual results you want from it, I have provided for you top seven tips to help you increase your computer speed exponentially without the need of changing any part of your computer.

Delete TEMP file consistently

Your computer TEMP, stands for temporary files, can affect how your system works. So if you have more file and folder changes on your computer, it would be nice if you can delete your TEMP file so that your computer’s memory consumption can reduce to help you enjoy speed at your PC.

Always browse few websites at a time

Surfing too many websites at once can affect how your computer behaves. If you don’t surf wisely, you’ll starts to notice that your computer will keep working badly the way you don’t want it. Make sure that you don’t load too many websites at a time so as to avoid decreasing your computer’s performance.
Another reason you should avoid opening more websites at once is it can cause your computer to start heating. And that can cost you many things if you don’t take good care of it after all.

Clear your browser cache all the time

Browser cache can also one of the causes when it comes to a computer slowing down. When you are surfing different websites on the net, each caches from all those sites are stored on your computer browser’s cache storage space by default. They accumulate.
So do a browser cache cleaning once in a week or so. You can also choose to automatically clear your browser cache upon closing the browser each time.

Update your computer’s Operating system

The kind of operating system you have, installed on your PC can also be the reason that will determine how your computer works in term of speed. So, make sure that you installed good and updated operating system on your PC.

Upgrade your System Memory

The capacity of your computer can also affect how it delivers. If you are using a low capacity computer, doing high-end tasks can be very hard because the computer will keeps working slowly.

Don’t Multi-Task Your Computer Too Much

Trying to do too many things at once can affect how your computer performs in term of speed. So make sure that you don’t overload your computer if you want it to work better and faster.
Exit unwanted applications or the applications that you don’t use currently.

Reduce your Computer’s Addon

The total amount of the browser add-ons installed on your pc can also cause your computer to slow down. So, make sure that you decrease them as fast as possible so that your computer can work at the great pace.
By following these techniques, you will be able to increase your computer speed by making sure that you are not making some of the mistakes that will cause your computer to start malfunctioning.


increase computer performance

Many computer problems can be solved with free or low-cost products or just by using a few common sense tips to improve performance and keep your PC running for a long time.

Computers often freeze or crash when one needs them the most; in the middle of an important presentation, a term paper that's due the next day, or while updating our financial software. Manycomputer problems can be solved with free or low-cost products or just by using a few common sense tips to improve performance and keep your PC running for a long time.
1. Virus Scan Program - The most essential thing to have is a virus scan that is run weekly. Most new computers come with a virus scan already installed. If the computer you are using doesn't have a virus scan there are free scans available online, but one really should be installed on your computer if you spend any time at all online. Spend the time learning how to use your virus scanner. Find out how it's updated - most update automatically - and use the options to set it up to run automatically at a set time every week. Most computer problems can be prevented just by having a virus scanner installed.
2. Run the Scandisk program - At least every two months you should run a program called Scandisk. It is automatically on your computer. Scandisk actually scans your files and even your hard drive and can let you know of any problems it discovers.
To run Scandisk, first make sure everything running in the background on your PC is turned off. To do this press "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" and your close program box will appear.
Highlight each item EXCEPT "explorer" and "systray". Click on "End Task" to close the program.
Then go to your start button and choose "Programs". Choose "Accessories" at the top of the list. Move your cursor down to "System Tools" and Choose "Scandisk".
A box will appear giving your choices of what you want your computer to scan. You can have it scan your files only or your entire hard drive. Scanning your hard drive will take longer.
3. Run the Defragmenter program - Another program that you should run about every two months is called Disk Defragmenter. Defrag will arrange your files better so your PC can access them faster. It's best to run this program after the Scandisk program is finished.
To run Disk Defragmenter go back to the "System Tools" and choose "Disk Defragmenter". It's best to run this program overnight as it takes a long time.You should not be using these programs while using other programs on your computer. If the Scandisk or Defrag program keeps starting over you may need to run the programs in Safe Mode, a special diagnostic mode. Read the manual for your PC to find out how to put your PC into Safe Mode.
4. Use a Firewall program - For anyone on a DSL or cable connection a personal firewall keeps viruses, hijackers and hackers from your computer. Since you are constantly connected to the internet by using these connections there is a constant threat that others may try to access your computer. There are free firewall programs available for download.
5. Run a Spyware program - Anyother important program is aspyware search program. When you download something from the internet sometimes other software is included. This software is called "spyware" and it can do many things to harm your computer, including letting someone from another website see what websites you surf in order to send you advertising. Other spyware tries to steal your passwords or other personal information. You should run a spyware checker at least once a month or at any time you are experiencing problems with your connection or computerspeed.
6. Run a hi-jacker search program - Another important program to have is a hi-jacker search program. A hi-jacker changes your homepage to a different search engine page and can also block links to common search pages. They are trying to force you to use their homepage. Some of the hi-jacker's homepages are not pages you would like your children to see. You should use a hi-jacker search program at least once a month or whenever you are having a problem with your homepage.
7. Clear your temporary files - Sometimes your PC's virtual memory will become full. When this happens your computer may run slow, give you error messages or freeze during a program. This happens because everything you do on your PC - every picture on every webpage, every document you type, every photo you change - is saved somewhere on your PC, even after you have left that page and closed the document. In order to erase this memory you need to do the following steps:
Open your internet browser. Go to "Tools", "Internet Options".
A box will pop open. It should be open to the "General" tab.
In the center of the box is a section marked "Temporary Internet Files".
Click on "Delete Cookies" and "Delete Files" one at a time. This will delete the temporary files that are clogging the PC's memory.
8. Change your history options - Another way to clean out your computer's memory is to change how many days it saves visited pages. You will find a "history" box in your internet options. It asks how many days you wish to keep pages in history. This is the part of the computer that saves all pages you've visited for as many days as you wish. By saving these pages for a smaller number of days you can clear up more of your PC's memory.
9. Clean out old files - Periodically going through the files in My Documents or other folders you have set up and deleting or archiving them on a CD can also help your computer's memory and performance. Do you really need to keep a saved copy of last semester's English term paper? If not, delete it. You can also go through the programs on your PC from the control panel and delete those you no longer use. Don't delete any of the shared files, though, if it asks, because that can cause more problems.
10. Reboot the PC occasionally - The last thing that is very important to do but seems simple is just to turn your computer off periodically. Your PC needs to be restarted in order to reset itself after new programs or equipment is installed. It also erases the virtual memory from the last session and goes through a self-diagnostic to look for any problems. It sounds like a simple solution, but most problems can be fixed simply by restarting your PC.
Troubleshooting your PC's problems doesn't have to cost a lot of money or require technical expertise. By using just a few software programs and common sense most problems can be stopped and you will find that your PC has better performance and reliability.


keyboard shortcuts....

There are plenty of computer shortcuts available on the internet , I will not confuse by copying all of them. I will just discuss only the most important Shortcuts we use in our daily life.
The most important shortcuts:
Ctrl + C = Copy the selected content.
Ctrl + X = Cut the selected material
Ctrl + V = Paste the content copied or cut
Ctrl + A = Select all the content
Ctrl + Z = Undo the previous action (very important when you delete or move something by mistakenly)

Shift + Delete = 
Delete permanently

Alt + F4 = 
Close or terminate the current program / shutdown the computer from desktop

Alt + F = 
File or menu option from the current program you are running.

Alt + E = 
Edit option from the program you will run

Ctrl + S = Save the content you are working on a program. This is really important when you are writing bunch of stuff in Microsoft word. But Sometimes we forget to save the document and later shout for the mistake. This simple shortcut can save the whole document.
Ctrl + B = Bold the font in Microsoft word
Ctrl + U = Underline the font in Microsoft word

Ctrl + F = 
Find a specific word or sentence. Very useful when you are searching for a specific word or sentence to match your Query.

Ctrl + P = 
Print a document

Windows key logo (the middle key between Ctrl and Alt) = Star menu

Windows key + D = 
Minimize all current programs / Maximize current programs . This is very useful key when you need to minimize some programs urgently and maximize it quickly. (there are other keys for maximizing and minimizing but this is better because it can do both the work)
Windows key + R = Open run , if you know all the commands in run then you can Operate more and easily
Windows key + L = Lock your computer
Windows key + E = open my computer directly

Alt + Tab = Quickly switch between current programs . This also a very useful key when we need to work on many program at a time.

Ctrl+ Tab = 
Go forward of tab . For example in your internet browser you have opened lots of tabs & if you want to operate the tabs without the help of mouse then this shortcut is very useful.

Go back of TabReverse process of the previous shortcut
Space bar = Jump down
Home & End = Page up & down
Alt + Ctrl + Delete = Open task manager. One of the most important command that help you to to shutdown or reboot pc. End task or process of any program etc.

All this shortcuts are very useful for saving our time and operating a computer faster. Hope this shortcut will help you.        


Folder without a name

Folder without name

Hii guys here is the new trick to make a folder without name........
 DO you know how to make a folder without a name? is it possible? oh yea it is possible. just try it out..

# Click the folder, then right click on it, then click rename and delte the old name.
# Then pressing ALT button from your keyboard and type 0160 after that press enter.
Important think to notice - you have to type by holding the ALT button, don't stop pressing and while you will type 0160 it will not appear.You should continue typing and then press enter. Another important thing is that you have to type the code (0160) by your numpad. If you type the code from the upper number key it won't work. So, make sure your Numpad key is on.
Hope u will amaze your friends using this magic computer trick!!!!!

Sunday, 18 December 2011


Use Right-Click and Double-Click when noted below. Click is "Left-Click" [Also applies to WIN ME & 2000]
  • Always keep current backups of important data to an external hard drive,
    CD or tape to prevent data loss such as digital photos, documents, etc.
  • Add more System Memory if possible.
  • Note: (If  your system ever fails, press F8 in the boot menu, Click Last known good configuration.)
  1. Clear your Internet History:
    Microsoft Internet Explorer:
    Click Tools.
    Click Internet Options.
    Click Clear History.
    Click OK.
  2. Remove old "Restore Points":
    Make sure your system is operating properly and stable first(Totally booted up)There will be a brief period when you won't have a restore point.
    Click Start.
    Click Control Panel.
    Double-Click System.
    Click System Restore tab
    Click to add a checkmark in "Turn off System Restore on all Drives" box.
    Click Apply.
    When you are warned that all existing Restore Points will be deleted Click Yes to continue.
    Now turn the 
    Restore Points back on by repeating above steps by un-checking box.(Note: You can pin a shortcut to your Start Menu for easy Restore Point access)
    To create the shortcut Click "Start".
    Click "All Programs".
    Click "Accessories".
    Click "System Tools".
    Right-Click "System Restore".
    Click "Pin to Start menu".
  3. Clean your System:
    On the Desktop: Double-Click the "My Computer" icon.
    Right-Click "Local Disk (C:)".
    Click "Properties".
    Click "Disk Cleanup" and wait for report to show.
    Check all boxes unless you prefer to uncheck "Compress old files".
    Click "OK"
    Answer "Yes" to: "Are you sure you want to perform these actions?"
    When complete Click "OK"
    Repeat for other hard drives, if any.
  4. Defragment Hard Drives:
    On the Desktop: Double-Click the "My Computer" icon.
    Right-Click "Local Disk (C:)".
    Click "Properties".
    Click the "Tools Tab".
    Click the "Defragment Now.." button.
    Exit when finished.
    Repeat for other hard drives, if any.
    Note: It is always a good idea to defragment hard drives before installing new large programs. 


Increase your internet speed:
By default microsoft reserves 20% of bandwidtth for windows update. You can increase overall bandwidtth by 20% by setting in to 0% for windows update.
Do the following steps.
1) Goto Start->Run

Monday, 17 October 2011

Designed by BlogThietKe Cooperated with Duy Pham
Released under Creative Commons 3.0 CC BY-NC 3.0
Posts RSSComments RSS
Back to top
Animated Social Gadget - Blogger And Wordpress Tips