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    Conceal Your Private Folders

    INVISIBLE FOLDER

    If you want a folder to be invisible then follow these steps..
    1)Right Click on the desktop.
    2)Make a new folder
    3)Now rename the folder with a space, and hold ALT key and type 0160.
    4)Now u have a folder without a name.
    5)Right click on the folder>properties>customize. Click on change icon.
    6)Scroll a bit, u will find some empty spaces, Click on any one of them.

    INVISIBLE YOUR THUMBNAILS

    Hold down the shift key when switching to thumbnail view to hide the file names.Do it again to bring them back.

     

     

    R U Hate to Wait for Shutting Down Your PC

    HOW TO TURN OFF YOUR PC FAST
    To turn your computer it just 5 sec ..Open the task manager and go to the shutdoum option press ctl button and hold it then press the turnoff option in shutdown and see your pc will turn off in less than 5 sec..
    but see one thing that hold the ctl (control) button while doing all this.

    Posted by ARVIND KUMAR at 5:44 AM 0 comments  

    Get Ride Of Starting The Computer

    TURN ON UR PC IN JUST 10 SECONDS

    Aight so u wanna know how to turn the pc on in 10 seconds (may vary)
    Aight heres what u have to do to turn ur pc on in 10 secondsAite
    Click on the start button then press R
    it will take u to Run well go to runn type Regedit
    press enter this will open Registery Editor
    now look for the key

    HKEY_LOACAL_MECHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ContentIndexnow
    there find the Key Called"Startup Delay"
    Double Click On ItNow where its BaseClick DecimalNow
    its Default Value Is
    4800000 (75300:hexadecimal)Change
    The Value To
    40000here u go u have done it now
    close the Registery Editor and Restart Your ComputerYou'll See The Result...

    Wednesday, September 26, 2007 2:08 PM

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  • the hiding trick is not working .. when i hold the alt key and press 0160 nothing happens and the folder remain named as new folder

     

    Friday, September 28, 2007 10:42 PM