Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Changing the Internet Explorer Title

Changing the Internet Explorer Title



Start Regedit
Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Window Title
Enter what you want appear in the title bar


Wan't to know full information about ur computer?

just GOTO


in the run command and see ur computer configuration


You have arranged your desktop to look nicely with your wallpaper.
but someone comes and mess up the wau u arrenged it .
so here is a solution to this problem

To lock your desktop icons into place
first arrange it carefully the way you want it to be
then open up the registry editor.
Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
Right-click in the right pane and select
New, DWORD Value name NoSaveSettings
and press the Enter key.
Right-click on the new NoSaveSettings item and select Modify.
Enter 1 in the Value data box.

After this, whenever you restart Windows, your settings will return to their current state.

Monday, October 6, 2008

How to Study Effectively

Here are the four keys to improving your brain health

Physical Exercise

  • Do something you enjoy for even just 15 minutes a day. You can always add more time and activities later.
  • Schedule exercise into your daily routine. It will be become a habit faster if you do.
  • Do something cardiovascular to get your heart beating faster

Mental Exercise

Work puzzles like crosswords and sudoku or play games like chess and bridge

Learn something new every day

Stress Management

  • Get enough sleep each night
  • Practice meditation, yoga, or a calming activity to help you relax
  • Set aside 5 to 10 minutes to just breathe deeply

How to Study Effectively - 8 Concentration Strategies

We found a killer list of concentration strategies for students.

This list is perfect for those who want to know the best way to cram for an exam. Check this out:

Eat Frequent Small Meals
Avoid eating a big meal before a study session. Too much food will send your body into a ‘rest’ mode. On the other hand, don’t starve yourself either. Frequent small meals are best.

Study When You’re Sharpest
Study according to your body-clock. Are you sharpest in the morning or at the evening? Schedule your most difficult materials when you are mentally at your best, and schedule the easier ones when you are mentally less efficient.

Drink Water Often
Drink plenty of water during a study session, especially when you feel sluggish. Caffeine may help you to stay awake, but it can increase your anxiety - use it in moderation.

Don’t Get Too Comfortable in Your Chair
Choose a chair that supports your back. It should be comfortable, but not too comfortable. Just like an athlete during a performance, your body should be relaxed, so that all your energy goes to where it matters - your brain.

Clear Your Desk of Everything You Don’t Need
Have everything you need on the desk. Put away what you do not need for the study session. Seeing reminders of other assessments or domestic bills may increase your anxiety and distract you.

Take Breaks Every Hour
It is important to take a break before you feel tired and lose your concentration completely. Regular breaks at least once an hour helps to sustain your concentration. If the work is not going too well and you have difficulties in concentrating, you may need a long break and go back to it later

Stretch During Your Breaks
Know and respect your concentration span which will vary from hour to hour and from day to day. When you sit for long periods, gravity draws the blood to the lower part of your body. When you take a break, take a few deep breaths and get more oxygen to your brain: try walking around and doing some light stretching for a few minutes. It will help to release tension in your body, and help your circulation.

Study at the Same Time, Same Place
Study at the same time and at the same place, devoted to study only. This helps you to associate the time and place with studying and concentrating. You will find that you get into a habit of studying as soon as you sit down.

Importance Of Breathing

The brain requires more oxygen than any other organ. If it doesn't get enough, the result is mental sluggishness, negative thoughts and depression and, eventually, vision and hearing decline. Old people and those whose arteries are clogged often become senile and vague because oxygen to the brain is reduced. They get irritated very quickly.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Lock any folder, without any software 2

Sometimes you have some data you want to save from your friends, you dont want to use any Folder lock software. Then in that case what will you do?

Well here is a simple solution. Suppose you have a folder “TEST”, and you want to lock it.

Just follow the steps and see the result.

  1. Open a notepad and copy paste the code ; “ren test test.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”, without quotes.
  2. Save this file as “loc.bat”.
  3. Open notepad again and paste in the code ; “ren test.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D} test”, without quotes, and save this file as “key.bat”.
  4. Just paste both these files where your folder is located. Run the LOC file and your folder will turn into Control Panel.
  5. To unlock that you need to run the KEY file and everything will become back to normal.