Wednesday, 19 October 2016

How to Create Non-Closable Popup

 Follow these steps to create a non closable popup.
Write the following code at notepad and save with yourname.bat

Step 1- Open Notepad
Step 2- Paste the following code on notepad
            @echo off
             msg * Hello Er. Vinay Singh
              goto top

Step 3- Save it with yourname.bat
Step 4- Double click on the file to see the magic you have created.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Make Your Keyboard LED Dance

Your keyboard has three LEDs above numpad of Scroll Lock, Caps Lock and Num Lock. This Notepad trick will make those three LED continually on and off, creating dancing effects. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open Notepad
  2. Enter following code
Set wshShell =wscript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
wscript.sleep 100
wshshell.sendkeys “{CAPSLOCK}”
wshshell.sendkeys “{NUMLOCK}”
wshshell.sendkeys “{SCROLLLOCK}”
  1. Save the file as Dance.vbs
  2. Click the file and your all three LED lights will start dancing.
To stop, Shut down or Log off your PC.

Monday, 26 September 2016

Shutdown Your Computer With Notepad

This trick will let you force shutdown your Windows in a single-click. So, if you don’t want to waste three clicks (Start >> Turn Off Computer >> Turn Off), this trick will help you in that. To do this:
  1. Open Notepad
  2. Paste @echo off in first line.
  3. Paste msg * Shutdown computer in second line.
  4. Paste shutdown -c “Sleep Tight” -s in third line
  5. Save the file with .BAT extension. For example, shutdown.bat
  6. Click on your file and it will automatically shutdown your Windows.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

How to Create Diary On Notepad

This Notepad trick will allow you to create Notepad note in such a format that whenever you edit your note, it will get saved with date and timestamp automatically. To do this, follow these steps:

1- Open Notepad Type .LOG in first line.
2- Save the file as Log.txt
3- Now, write something to the file and it will automatically get saved with edited date and time.

Friday, 16 September 2016

    Top 10 Funniest Website which you will not be bored..

College Humor. It doesn’t matter if you are 5, 10 or even 25 years out of college. The epic humor on this  site is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud and continuously spam all your friends on Facebook. Who could pass up hits like 5 Websites Your Parents Think Exist, John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling and classic infographics such as Flowchart: Does the Person You're Talking to Want to Hear About Your Dream?
The Onion. One of the most popular satirical newspapers on the web, the Onion features humorous parodies of national and international news such as Report: Fax Machines Still Pretty Impressive If You Think About It and God Urges Rick Perry Not To Run For President.
Aiming Low. Why try to be perfect and set yourself up for hideous failure when you can aim low and be a superstar at mediocrity all year long? Join the tribe at Aiming Low where you can find out how Your Awkward Phase Made You Awesome and how to abide by simple social graces like Don't Soil Your Drawers and Other Tips for Living a Successful Life.
I Can Has Cheezburger. Lolcats, loldogs, memes, funny videos, fail blogs and more. The side-splitting viral buzz at I Can Has Cheezburger will keep you from being productive now or ever. Warning: Don’t visit this site unless you have copious amounts of time on your hands and/or a good excuse lined up for your impressive unproductivity.
Funny or Die. Don’t miss out on this popular website where you get to enjoy pee-in-your-pants content and then vote whether it’s funny or die.
Insert Eyeroll. Take a looksie at the wickedly hilarious satirical journalism on this site where you can read LOL parodies like 4 Sex Moves that Will Keep Your Man on The Couch and Internet Believes Jessica Alba Would be Even Hotter with a Can Opener for a Foot. Click. Laugh. Repeat.
The Animated Woman. Is animated humor your gig? Then swing by the Animated Woman where hilarious and heartfelt cartoons are sure to make you smile. ROFL faves include The Tinkle Fairy, My Boobs and 6 Top Reasons To Avoid DIY.
I Am Bored. You’ll never be bored with all the amusing videos, games and pics on this site. Watch and rank your personal favorites FTW.
Oddee. Are you the kind of person who can’t pass up a chance to read about the 8 Most Bizarre Body Modifications or the 14 Strangest Canned Foods? Then, make sure to visit Oddee where you will waste away countless hours of your day immersed in the odd, unusual and bizarre things of our world.
Cracked. Kill some time at the non-stop awesome Cracked where you will find yourself enlightened and entertained by articles like 25 Hidden Upsides to Living in a Zombie Apocalypse and 8 Ways Suburban Apathy Got Me Through Irene: A Hero's Story.

Saturday, 27 August 2016

Two awesome page in web world

                                                            Splash Page
The page of a Web site that the user sees first before being given the option to continue to the main content of the site. Splash pages are used to promote a company, service or product or are used to inform the user of what kind of software or browser is necessary in order to view the rest of the site's pages. Often a splash page will consist of animated graphics and sounds that entice the user into exploring the rest of the Web site. Some splash pages will bring the user to the main Web site automatically, and some require the user to click on a link that will load the main page.

A splash page is sometimes referred to as a splash screen.

                                       Squeeze Page
In Internet and online advertising vernacular, a squeeze page is a Web page that contains information that would interest the marketer's targeted readers. Squeeze pages are designed to obtain a reader's name and e-mail address information by encouraging users to opt-in to an e-mail list to receive more information about the topic. Marketers will collect the permission-based e-mail and information to follow up at a later date. 

                                      Stack Pages:
Short for stack page, a reserved space in Windows of 4K of memory that a 32-bit device driver uses to hold data and instructions as it works. The default setting in Windows sets one stack page for device drivers and two spare pages for temporary allocations. The spare pages are called MinSPs, short for minimum stack pages.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Getting Bored !!! Lets play Traditional Atari Breakout Game

Play Atari Breakout by searching it on Google Images

 The legendary brick breaker game is available for easy access on Google. Just search “Atari Breakout” (without quotes) on Google Images and enjoy.

Friday, 3 June 2016

Don't Have CD/DVD,Format your computer with Flash Drive in just 11 Steps...

Don't Have CD/DVD,Format your computer with Flash Drive in just 11 Steps... 

1- Decide on the purpose of your flash drive. To create an MS-DOS bootable flash drive, you will need a blank flash drive, as well as the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool and the Windows 98 MS-DOS system files.

2-Download the system files. WindowsXP/7/10 system files can be found for free on the internet. They are completely legal to download. The files will most likely download as a .zip file. Extract this file into a temporary folder that you can easily navigate to, such as on your desktop. You can delete this folder when you are done making the USB .

3- Download and install HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool. This is a freeware tool created by Hewlett-Packard that will allow you to quickly format any flash drive. You will need it to create a flash drive with a boot sector. Insert the flash drive you wish to use into the computer and run the Format Tool.
  • Choose the flash drive from the “Device” drop down box. Make sure that the correct drive is selected.
  • The second drop down box, “File System,” should be changed to FAT32
4- Under “Format options,” check the box that says “Create a DOS startup disk.” Then, click the “…” button under “using DOS system files located at:”
  • Navigate to where you have downloaded the Windows 98 MS-DOS system files. Select the folder and hit “OK.” 
 5- Click the “Start” button. The program will prompt you to proceed, warning that all data on the drive will be lost. Your MS-DOS bootable flash drive is ready.

6- Plug in the flash drive. Make sure that it is plugged into the computer itself and not through a USB hub.

7-Turn on the computer. Every computer manufacturer has a different boot screen. As soon as you see the logo, you will need to hit either F2, F10, or Del to enter the BIOS menu. These are the most common keys for entering the BIOS menu. The key you need to press will be displayed under the logo.
  • This part of the boot process can occur quickly, and you may have to restart the computer if you missed the chance to enter BIOS.
8- Find the Boot menu. If you hit the correct key at the correct time, you should now be in the BIOS menu for the computer. This is where basic computer functions are set, before an OS (Operating System) is loaded. Navigate to the Boot menu. Every manufacturer has a different BIOS setup. Some have the menu in a column; others have tabs across the top.

 9- Change the boot order. Once you are in the Boot menu, you will see a list of devices. This is the order of devices that the computer will attempt to find an OS on. Typically, the first device listed is the computer’s hard drive, usually followed by the CD/DVD drive.
  • Select the first boot device and change it to your flash drive. The menu will either say “Removable Device” or will display your flash drive’s model name. This will make the computer check your flash drive first after turning on, instead of the hard drive.
 10- Save and exit. Navigate to the Exit menu in the BIOS. Select “Exit and Save Changes.” Alternatively, many BIOS have a shortcut key displayed at the bottom that will save and exit with one keystroke.
  • Saving and exiting reboots your computer

11- Wait for your flash drive to load automatically after the reboot. After a few seconds, depending on what your flash drive is made for, you will be given control. If you made an MS-DOS flash drive, you will be given a command prompt after booting. If you made a Windows 7 install flash drive, the install process will begin automatically.


Wednesday, 1 June 2016

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Its Magic.Lets dance the computer keyboard with code.

 copy and paste the following code in notepad and save with  <name>.vbs . example- dancing.vbs and double click on it to see the magic on keyboard.

Set wshShell =wscript.CreateObject("
    wscript.sleep 100
    wshshell.sendkeys "{CAPSLOCK}"
    wshshell.sendkeys "{NUMLOCK}"
    wshshell.sendkeys "{SCROLLLOCK}"

Recovery to previous state-- Just restart your system
Note-- Content writer does not take any kind of responsibility to any damage for your software/hardware.Try above code completely on your risk..