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    Using the Keyboard to Right Click

    These days, using the mouse, you can right-click almost anything in almost any window or program and bring up a "context menu."

    This is a small list of things that you can do to the object that you right-clicked.

    For example, you can right-click a file, and choose Properties from the context menu that appears.


    If you are used to using the keyboard, and try to avoid moving your hands off the keyboard to the mouse, then you will love this tip!

    You can bring up the context menu on any selected item by pressing Shift-F10.

    This is exactly the same as right-clicking with the mouse, and should work almost anywhere that right-clicking works.

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    nice nice nice upz!!!!!
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    nice info ...............................

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikkuartz View Post
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    nice info ...............................
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    Don't mess with registry unless you know what you are doing, trust me its not worth the trouble.
    here are few more
    go to run and type msconfig, then uncheck all the useless programs that you don't need during start up

    and go to run and type prefetch, then delete all the files

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbf_only_allows_25char4id View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by 123masala View Post
    Don't mess with registry unless you know what you are doing, trust me its not worth the trouble.
    here are few more
    go to run and type msconfig, then uncheck all the useless programs that you don't need during start up

    and go to run and type prefetch, then delete all the files
    NICE ADDITION
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    Veryyyyyyyyyyy Informative

    Thanks for Sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutkhutsunny View Post
    Veryyyyyyyyyyy Informative

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    Arrow Forcing the ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ dialog

    Forcing the ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ dialog

    The ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ taskbar icon is necessary when removing storage drives with important data in them. This procedure ensures that the data is safe during the drive removal and that all read/write tasks are finished at the operating system level. If the icon doesn’t appear for some reason, simply follow this tip. Select ‘Run’ in the start menu. Type in the following command

    ‘rundll32.exe shell32.exe, Control_RunDLL hotplug.dll’



    and press Enter. The add remove dialog will open and you can safely select the device you want to remove and disable it. For quick access to the dialog, it is best to create a link to it as a shortcut on the desktop. Open a text editor such as notepad and copy the command in the first line. Then save the file under the name ‘Hardware_Removal.bat’. You can now double click this file to open the dialog. Another good idea is to set a keyboard shortcut for this icon by right clicking on the file and entering the required key combination in the ‘General’ tab. NOTE: Depending on the configuration of the removable media, logging off is not required—for example, when Windows is not using any write cache for the device, and all ongoing writing processes are over. However, the verification of this fact takes longer than stopping the disk drives.
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    nice up.........add more.....!TFS

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikkuartz View Post
    nice up.........add more.....!TFS
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    Web Everywhere
    Opera Link™ continuously synchronizes your bookmarks and Speed Dial between any computers or mobile phones. Simply log in to access your bookmarks. Access them from any other browser by going to a Web page.

    About Opera Link™

    Have you ever been at a friend's house, desperately wanting to show your friend a Web site you found earlier, but could not because you bookmarked the site on your computer at home, and not the laptop you brought with you?

    Have you ever been out with some friends and wished you could show them a cool site you bookmarked on your home computer — but then you could not find it by searching on your mobile phone's Web browser?

    With Opera Link you never again have to leave your bookmarks behind. Opera Link makes your bookmarks available wherever you go: at work, at home, on your phone and on the road. Synchronize your bookmarks from your Mac or PC, from Opera Mini on your mobile phone, or log on to the Web version of Opera Link.


    Getting started on your mobile phone

    • 1. Download and install Opera Mini 4
    • 2. Start Opera Mini
    • 3. On the start page, click "Synchronize Opera..."
    • 4. You will need a free Opera account to finish setting up Opera Link. If you have an Opera account, you can skip to the next step now. If you do not have an Opera account, quickly create one by clicking on the "Sign Up" button. When you have finished signing up, continue to the next step.
    • 5. Type your username and password and click "Log In".
    • 6. Congratulations. You have now synchronized your browser data.


    After you have logged in, Opera Mini will continue to synchronize your data until you log out.


    Getting started on your Computer


    • 1. Download and install Opera 9.5 beta
    • 2. Launch the Opera browser.
    • 3. Go to "File" -> "Synchronize Opera...".
    • 4. You can choose what kind of browser data you want to synchronize in the Options dialog.
    • 5. You will need a free Opera account to finish setting up Opera Link. If you have an Opera account, you can skip to the next step now. If you do not have an Opera account, quickly create one by clicking on the "Sign Up" button. When you have finished signing up, continue to the next step.
    • 6. Type your username and password and click "Log In".
    • 7. Congratulations! You have now synchronized your browser data


    After you have logged in, Opera will continue to synchronize your data until you log out.


    Accessing Opera Link™ from other browsers and devices


    If you use a computer or device with a browser that doesn’t support Opera Link, you can still access your bookmarks and Speed Dial. Go to link.opera.com to log in to the Web version of Opera Link.
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    Arrow Opera Tip: Prevent tabs from stealing focus

    Opera Tip:
    Prevent tabs from stealing focus


    Problem:
    Occasionally when opening new tabs in the background (by clicking a link with the mouse wheel, for example), some new tabs will steal the focus and pop-up to the front. This behavior can be disruptive.


    Solution:

    Opera gives you the power to block new tabs from stealing the focus. Use this option with caution, as some web applications rely on the ability to raise tabs into focus.

    In the menu bar, go to Tools > Preferences > Advanced > Content > JavaScript Options, uncheck the following option: “Allow raising of windows.”
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    Arrow Protecting your favourite website from curious eyes

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    Protecting your favourite website from curious eyes


    You are a regular visitor of a particular website and want to store its URL in such a way that it remains protected from curious eyes on the one hand, and can also be called up quickly on the other. The folder for favorites is not the best option as this is too accessible and shows up very easily. For this we will define a short form of the website address in the registry which will call up the real address. Open the registry editor by going to the Run dialog in the Start Menu and typing ‘regedit’. In case of Vista, you need to sign into an account with administrator rights. In addition to this, the user account control (UAC) demands the authorization of this procedure with ‘Continue’.

    Navigate your way to the ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\ Microsoft\Internet Explorer\AboutURLs’

    key in the tree-structure on the left hand side. Right-click on a free space on the right hand side of the editor and open the menu ‘New | String value’ in the context menu. Type in the shortcode that you want to use for your website as the Name of this registry key—it should be a short code that you
    can remember to call up your website.Finally, double-click on the new value and write the desired URL under ‘Value data’ in the ‘Edit string’ dialog. Confirm with ‘OK’. For instance, you can write the web address ‘http://forum.santabanta.com/’ for the string ‘SBF’.
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