Computer-Tips & Tricks

Discussion in 'Computer Science | IT | Networking' started by ms_cs, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. vemudalamahesh

    vemudalamahesh Apprentice

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    command for shutdown
    TYPE shutdown /s /t 0
     
  2. vemudalamahesh

    vemudalamahesh Apprentice

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    suppose u want to hiding local disk:D
    1. windows+R
    2. Type "Diskpart"
    3. Type "List volume"
    4. Then select d letter of drive dat u want to hide..(ie..Type "select letter D")
    5. Next select volume 4 or any num dat u want to hide(particular drive)
    6.volume 4 is selected den type "remove letter D"

    and for recovering type : "assign letter D"
     
  3. vemudalamahesh

    vemudalamahesh Apprentice

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    locking a folder using command prompt:
    select a foldername dat u want to hide.
    foldername = xxx folder located in drive D..
    1.open command prompt
    2.Type D:(ie..folder located in dat drive)
    3.Type "attrib +s +h xxx"
    4.selected folder is hidden..
    5. to recove it type '" attrib -s -h xxx"
     
  4. vemudalamahesh

    vemudalamahesh Apprentice

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    or long press shutdown button...
     
  5. vemudalamahesh

    vemudalamahesh Apprentice

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    locking a folder using command prompt:

    select a foldername dat u want to hide.
    foldername = xxx folder located in drive D..
    1.open command prompt
    2.Type Drive name(ie...type "D:")..next select foldername located in dat drive)
    3.Type "attrib +s +h xxx"
    4.selected folder is hidden..
    5. to recove it type '" attrib -s -h xxx"
     
  6. vemudalamahesh

    vemudalamahesh Apprentice

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    to move to d next tab "control+tab"...
     
  7. Vikram S Bargah

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    this can also be done through two simple steps.
    1. go to My Computers --> tools--> folder option --> on view tab - select hidden files & Folders

    2. Uncheck "Hide protected operating system files [Recommended]" (visible just below the hidden files & folder option)

    & you'r done. u have access to all your folders & files of all your external memory devices.
     
  8. Arial

    Arial Rookie

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    WOW Jinu George! i have read all of your tricks, and i wanted to thank u because of these nice practical ones..:thumbsup:
     
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  9. Aabharan

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    Cool stuff, I bookmark this page and try to learn all shortcuts. Thanks for sharing wonderful tips & trick. I have one question in my mind, how can we unlock Social media sites in Linux.
     
  10. Laxman Rawat

    Laxman Rawat Newbie

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    Window + L for lock windows also
     
  11. Aabharan

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    LoL, look at my question one more time...
     
  12. prince raki

    prince raki Newbie

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    Thanks alot...Very useful
     
  13. Ishita Thakur

    Ishita Thakur Newbie

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    Alt+F4 for close active file and turn off your PC
    Ctrl+Shift+Esc for open window task manager
     
  14. rahul69

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    In run box, you may use different shortcut names to open many things:
    gpedit.msc - group policy editor.
    control - control panel
    calc - The good ol' calculator
    cmd - command prompt
    msconfig - system configuration
    regedit - registry editor
    devmgmt.msc -device manager
    eventvwr.msc - event viewer
    ncpa.cpl -Network connections

    and many others :)
     
  15. Mr. Shameem

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    Ctrl+Alt+Down Arrow.
    This key command can magically rotate your monitor screens to 180 degrees. It would be very interesting to see someone try to log in to their PC and be surprised by an upside down screen.

    Shift + Ctrl + N
    Windows 7 made it a little easier to create new folders in Windows Explorer.
    Create a new untitled folder right where you are. The new folder will appear with the name ‘New folder’ already highlighted so you can type in your own name for it and hit Enter to move on to the next task.
    i1.

    Windows + M
    Press Windows + M to instantly minimize all current windows to the Taskbar. It’s a great way to restore your sanity, and an even better way to hide what you’re working on from unexpected interlopers. When you want all the windows back again, press Windows + Shift + M and every currently running window will pop open again.
    i2.
     
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  16. rahul69

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    @Mr. Shameem not only down arrow, but Ctrl+Alt+right arrow and Ctrl+Alt+left arrow also have same effect(turn screen right and left respectively). And to return back you can use Ctrl+Alt+up arrow.
     
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  17. cutesunita21

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    Lucky to get all info at a single place.
     
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    sourabhpahwa Newbie

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  20. Aashish Joshi

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    How about running Linux commands in the normal MS Windows command prompt? For example using ls for viewing the contents of a directory or perhaps using vi or vim to edit a file? :)

    All you need to do is create a batch file that maps ls or vi to the corresponding command in Windows. Do this for a vi style editor:

    1. Open Notepad.
    2. Type the following code:
    @Echo off
    edit %1

    3. Save the file as ls.bat. While saving ensure you set the "save as type" to 'All files'.
    4. Now copy the ls.bat file to C:\Windows\System32\ folder (you'll need admin access for this).

    You're done. Now open up Windows command prompt, navigate to a folder where you have some text files and use vi filename to open that file.

    Similar approach applies to other linux commands as well (ls -> dir & vim -> notepad). I usually like working on Linux but since I'm forced to work on Windows in the office I thought I'd make my life a little easier. :)

    **This should work till Windows 7, I'm not sure about about 8 and above.**
     
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