- Press ctrl+d to add web site to your Favorites.
- In Internet Explorer browser to type URL http://www.yahoo.com type only yahoo and
- When installing softwares, some TEMP files are created in directory c:\windows\temp and
the size of temp directory goes on increasing, which are rarely deleted. To delete the
TEMP files automatically at boot, enter the following command in (c:\autoexec.bat) deltree
- To have shutdown computer shortcut, right click on desktop, click on New, then shortcut,
enter following in command line C:\WINDOWS\RUNDLL.EXE user.exe,exitwindows and click next
and give the name to this shortcut as SHUTDOWN. Now click this SHUTDOWN shortcut to
- View the Properties dialog for a selected object press Alt+Enter.
- Bypass the CD-ROM AutoRun feature: Hold down the Shift key while you insert the disk.
- Switch from cycling through the open document windows is Ctrl-F6.
- Find a File command Windows+F or F3
- Open the Start menu Ctrl-Esc or Windows.
- Permanently delete selected objects without sending them to the Recycle Bin
- You want to read or edit unregistered files like config.sys, readme, etc, create
shortcut for Notepad.exe or Wordpad.exe and paste the shortcut in directory
- Minimize all open Windows and reveal the desktop Windows+M
- Open the Run dialog box Windows+R
- Start Windows Explorer Windows+E
- Rename the selected object: F2.
- Some common commands are copy (Ctrl+C), cut (Ctrl+X), or paste (Ctrl+V) objects, undo
Ctrl+Z, Basic font formatting for bold, underline, italic: Ctrl+B, Ctrl+U, Ctrl+I, for
STOP POPUP WINDOWS IN INTERNET EXPLORER
Something called "Active Scripting" is at work here. You can disable it by
following these steps: On the menu line of Internet Explorer, click Tools, Internet
Options, Security tab, Custom Level button. Scroll down to the Scripting section, and
click the radio button (the round bulls eye type buttons are called radio buttons) labeled
"Disable". This disables Active Scripting, and the popup craziness won't happen
to you. If you need to, you can always enable Active Scripting, or select the option to
"Prompt". If you select that, you'll see a question asking your permission to
open additional windows when sneaky web sites try to fiddle with your browser.