Tricks

How to Undo an Accidental File Move or Deletion

I’m sure this is one of the most common mistakes every pc user encounter when selecting a bunch of files while holding the Ctrl key, and then accidentally duplicate all the files selected because you slightly moved your mouse. For others who accidentally deleted their files and don’t want to search in the recycle bin because of too many junk files then you can simply use the Ctrl+Z shortcut key or use Edit \ Undo on the menu to immediately undo an accidental file move or deletion. This windows shortcut works on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and even on the latest Windows 8.1

How to create a folder without name

What I’m about to share is a trick, which I guess not useful enough but I know some of your friends will find this one really cool. It Is how to create a folder without a name. To do this just follow these simple steps. First select a folder or just create a new one then remove the name by pressing the F2 or right clicking on it and selecting rename. While deleting the name of the folder be sure that your keyboard Numlock is On and then press ALT button and type a code 0160 by the help of your number pad and press Enter and voila! Now you will see that there is no name on it. If you find this simple trick cool enough feel free to share it on your Facebook or Twitter account.

How to Enable Right Click on Right Click Disable Blogs

I’ll be sharing a trick that you can use on other website if you want to copy important information for your research or something as we know that there are tech savy out there that will apply the “disable right click” function to their blog to protect their site from plagiarism.

Here’s the code that you need to enable right click on the page that has disabled right clicking.

javascript:void(document.oncontextmenu=null)

With the most cases this will work perfectly and enable you to write click on any web page and do whatever you want. If you find this tutorial good enough, please share it to others via Facebook or Twitter.

How to Reset Windows Password via command line

I know most of us already experience a random blackout in our mind – it could be your ATM pin, email password, and even your Windows password. But you don’t have to panic as there also a solution to this if you can’t remember your password at all. All you need is a copy of the Windows installation disk and follow this step by step command line trick to reset your Windows password.

First, insert your installation disk then restart your computer. Once on the boot screen select the DVD ROM and proceed to “repair your computer” option from the lower left-hand corner.

Just follow through the steps until you get to the option to open the Command Prompt, which you’ll want to select.

You need to overwrite the Sticky Keys executable with the Command Prompt executable. Sticky Keys is an accessibility feature that allows a user to tap the Shift, Ctrl, Alt, or Windows key once to achieve the same effect as holding the key down.

When you are already there, type in the following command to back-up the original sticky keys file:

copy c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe c:\

Then you’ll copy the command prompt executable (cmd.exe) over top of the sticky keys executable:

copy c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe

Now you can reboot the PC.

How to Increase Your Internet Speed By 20%

I just want to share this simple trick that I’ve learned in my college days on how you can speed up your internet speed by 20%. FYI, Microsoft has set a default value of 20% for its reserved bandwidth which will be use “only” during Windows updates so if you are not the kind of user who always update their operating system then you might want to set this thing to 0. You can simply apply this trick by following the steps below:

Click Start then Run and type gpedit.msc

  1. A window will pop-up. This opens the group policy editor.
  2. Go to Local Computer Policy -> Computer Configuration
  3. Administrative Templates->Network->QOS Packet Scheduler
  4. Double click Limit Reservable Bandwidth
  5. Tick Enabled and use a value of zero on the Bandwidth limit.

This will allow the system to reserve nothing, thus you can use the full bandwidth for your browsing, gaming and streaming activities. This trick works on Win XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and as well as Win 2000.

How to Disable Right Click on Blogger?

If you own a blog and you value your precious content then you want to apply this simple trick to avoid being copied by your visitors. I know you have already seen on other blogs as well that they have disabled right click function when you are on their homepage or blog post, this is to protect their unique content from being plagiarized by newbie bloggers that only cares about earning through affiliates or other PPC. You just need to copy this code to your blogger account and protect your copyright content from being used in any other website.

1.  Log in to Blogger Dashboard –> Layout –> Page Elements

2. Click on ‘Add a Gadget’ on the sidebar

3. Select ‘HTML/Javascript’ and add the code given below and click save.

<script language=’JavaScript1.2′>
function disableselect(e){
return false
}
function reEnable(){
return true
}
document.onselectstart=new Function (“return false”)
if (window.sidebar){
document.onmousedown=disableselect
document.onclick=reEnable
}
</script>

Download Torrent using IDM

Is it your first time to download a file via torrent? I’m sure you are looking for a software that allows you to download movies, games, applications, I can say you have just visited the right site for your needs. What I’m going to share to you now is how you will be able to download torrent using the popular IDM or internet download manager software.

Remember that the transfer speed for torrents depends on seeds it has. It will make difficult for you to download files with very low or no seed counts. With this simple trick you’ll be able to download torrent file with IDM as you are aware that this application is the fastest file transfer manager on the internet. Note – be sure that IDM was already installed on your system.

How to Transfer Torrent With IDM

  1. First download the torrent file with .torrent extension. This is the file that you wish to download from the internet directly without any torrent client like utorrent.
  2. Now open zbigz.com and Sign up for free account and verify your account.
  3. Then Click on upload Torrent and browse your torrent to transfer and click on Go.
  4. Then it will ask you for Free or Premium service, choose Free to proceed further.Take note that free service won’t be able to transfer file of more than 1GB.
  5. It will take some time to cache your file. Once the caching is done, click on transfer button to download your file as shown below.
  6. You should have internet download manager installed on your computer so that download start inside IDM. If you don’t have IDM don’t worry it will download directly.