Saturday, 29 November 2014

HOW TO DISABLE ERROR REPORTING IN WIN XPe

Remove Error in Windows Xp.
                                                 

Some time an error occurs while you are using XP. A little dialogue box appears asking if you want to send report to Microsoft for this accident or not? Mostly when we press the button “Don’t send” The software we are using, turns off and we do not get any chance to save our working data. You can solve this problem simply and after this process you will not see this error box again. Just follow these steps.                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Right click on “My computer” and click on ‘Properties”
On system properties dialogue box click on ‘advance tab”
Click on the error reporting button.
Click on “Disable error reporting”
It’s better for you to Place checkmark on “But notify me when critical errors occurs”
Now click Ok.

PAINT SECRETS

                                                                                                                                                                    Paint Secrets


1)

10x Zoom

Open Paint, then open a small image.
Select the zoom "Magnifier" tool.
Windows Paint lists out the zoom options from 1x to 8x, but there is a 10x...
After selecting the Magnifier tool, point the mouse right at the border line right under "8x" and left-click. There you go.. the hidden 10x.

2)

Create a trail image

Open Paint, then open an image.
Right-click on the image and select "Select All"
Now hold the "Shift" key and move the image around. The image will be drawn with trail.       

SECRET WAY TO ACCESS INTERNET

                                    
                                                                                                                                                                    Have you ever accessed internet by using a calculator.
NO ! ok dont worry here is a trick that allows you to access Pages By Using A Calculator!!!

1) When you open the windows calculator, calc.exe, you can go to help and then click help topics.
Note: This can be done through any of the basic Windows applications, such as notepad.

2) Right click on the title bar and go to 'Jump to URL'

3) Type your URL (Make sure you put in http:// eg: http://www.darkhackers99.blogspot.com)

Block access to drives in Windows 7 ultimate/premium

                                           
                                                                                                                                                                    IF you want no one to open a drive without your permission.
it is possible in Windows 7 ultimate/premium
To block access to drive go to Computer and right click on the drive and select properties. In the properties window click on ‘Security’ tab. Select the user account you want to restrict and click on edit.

Change the permissions according to your need for user groups or a particular user and click Apply and then OK. It will not work for users with admin account as even they have the same rights as you so they can revert all permissions. You will need an admin account to perform this task.



NOTE:           This trick is for Windows 7 ultimate and premium edition users only    

Kill Crashed Applications

                                          
                                                                                                                                                             Part 1: This registry tweak allows Windows to find and kill a crashed application faster. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Control Panel\ Desktop and add or edit the string HungAppTimeout to a Value of your choice between 1000-5000 for optimum results. Default setting is 5000 milliseconds.                                                                                                                                                                          
Part 2: This tweak allows Windows to automatically kill the crashed or hung application without you having to wait. In the same path as part 1, find or create the key AutoEndTasks and set the value to 1.                                                                                                                                                                            
Part 3: This tweak allows you to still auto close the application is it has crashed, but allows the application some time to ’fix’ itself, for instance, when loading. Again, found in the same directory, find or create the value called WaitToKillAppTimeout, and enter a value in milliseconds.