Sunday, December 16, 2012

111 Important Run Commands For Windows


111 Important Run Commands For Windows :

1) access.cpl —-> Accessibility Controls
2) hdwwiz.cpl —-> Add Hardware Wizard
3) appwiz.cpl —-> Add/Remove Programs
4) control admintools —-> Administrative Tools
5) wuaucpl.cpl —-> Automatic Updates
6) fsquirt —-> Bluetooth Transfer Wizard
7) calc —-> Calculator
8) certmgr.msc —-> Certificate Manager
9) charmap —-> Character Map
10) chkdsk —-> Check Disk Utility
11) clipbrd —-> Clipboard Viewer
12) cmd —-> Command Prompt
13) dcomcnfg —-> Component Services
14) compmgmt.msc —-> Computer Management
15) control panel —-> Control Panel
16) timedate.cpl —-> Date and Time Properties
17) ddeshare —-> DDE Share
18) devmgmt.msc —-> Device Manager
19) directx.cpl —-> Direct X Control Panel
20) dxdiag —-> Direct X Troubleshooter
21) cleanmgr —-> Disk Cleanup Utility
22) dfrg.msc —-> Disk Defragment
23) diskmgmt.msc —-> Disk Management
24) diskpart —-> Disk Partition Manager
25) control desktop —-> Display Properties
26) desk.cpl —-> Display Properties
27) control color —-> Display Properties
28) drwtsn32 —-> Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility
29) verifier —-> Driver Verifier Utility
30) eventvwr.msc —-> Event Viewer
31) sigverif —-> File Signature Verification Tool
32) findfast.cpl —-> Findfast
33) control folders —-> Folders Properties
34) control fonts —-> Fonts
35) fonts —-> Fonts Folder
36) joy.cpl —-> Game Controllers
37) gpedit.msc —-> Group Policy Editor
38) iexpress —-> Iexpress Wizard
39) ciadv.msc —-> Indexing Service
40) inetcpl.cpl —-> Internet Properties
41) Iexplore —-> Internet Explorer
42) ipconfig /all —-> IP Configuration (Connection Configuration)
43) ipconfig /displaydns —-> IP Config (Displays DNS Cache Contents)
44) ipconfig /flushdns —-> IP Config (Delete DNS Cache Contents)
45) ipconfig /release —-> IP Config (Release All Connections)
46) ipconfig /renew —-> IP Config (Renew All Connections)
47) ipconfig /registerdns —-> IP Config (Refresh DHCP & Re-Registers DNS)
48) ipconfig /showclassid —-> IP Config (Display DHCP Class ID)
49) ipconfig /setclassid —-> IP Config (Modifies DHCP Class ID)
50) jpicpl32.cpl —-> Java Control Panel (If Installed)
51) javaws —-> Java Control Panel (If Installed)
52) toy.cpl —-> Joystick Properties (If Installed)
53) control keyboard —-> Keyboard Properties
54) main.cpl keyboard —-> Keyboard Properties
55) secpol.msc —-> Local Security Settings
56) usrmgr.msc —-> Local Users and Groups
57) logoff —-> Logs You Out Of Windows
58) winchat —-> Microsoft Chat
59) winmine —-> Minesweeper Game
60) control mouse —-> Mouse Properties
61) main.cpl —-> Mouse Properties
62) control netconnections —-> Network Connections
63) ncpa.cpl —-> Network Connections
64) netsetup.cpl —-> Network Setup Wizard
65) notepad —-> Notepad
66) nvtuicpl.cpl —-> Nview Desktop Manager (If Installed)
67) packager —-> Object Packager
68) odbccp32.cpl —-> ODBC Data Source Administrator
69) osk —-> On Screen Keyboard
70) ac3filter.cpl —-> Opens AC3 Filter (If Installed)
71) password.cpl —-> Password Properties
72) perfmon.msc —-> Performance Monitor
73) perfmon —-> Performance Monitor
74) telephon.cpl —-> Phone and Modem Options
75) powercfg.cpl —-> Power Management
76) control printers —-> Printers and Faxes
77) printers —-> Printers Folder
78) eudcedit —-> Private Character Editor
79) QuickTime.cpl —-> Quicktime (If Installed)
80) intl.cpl —-> Regional Settings
81) regedit —-> Registry Editor
82) regedit32 —-> Registry Editor
83) mstsc —-> Remote Desktop
84) ntmsmgr.msc —-> Removable Storage
85) ntmsoprq.msc —-> Removable Storage Operator Requests
86) rsop.msc —-> Resultant Set of Policy (XP Prof)
87) sticpl.cpl —-> Scanners and Cameras
88) control schedtasks —-> Scheduled Tasks
89) wscui.cpl —-> Security Center
90) services.msc —-> Services
91) fsmgmt.msc —-> Shared Folders
92) shutdown —-> Shuts Down Windows
93) mmsys.cpl —-> Sounds and Audio
94) spider —-> Spider Solitare Card Game
95) cliconfg —-> SQL Client Configuration
96) sysedit —-> System Configuration Editor
97) msconfig —-> System Configuration Utility
98) sfc /scannow —-> System File Checker (Scan Immediately)
99) sfc /scanonce —-> System FC (Scan Once At Next Boot)
100) sfc /scanboot —-> System FC (Scan On Every Boot)
101) sfc /revert —-> System FC (Return to Default Setting)
102) sfc /purgecache —-> System FC (Purge File Cache)
103) sfc /cachesize=x —-> System FC (Set Cache Size to size x)
104) sysdm.cpl —-> System Properties
105) nusrmgr.cpl —-> User Account Management
106) utilman —-> Utility Manager
107) explorer —-> Windows Explorer
108) magnify —-> Windows Magnifier
109) syskey —-> Windows System Security Tool
110) winver —-> Windows Version
111) Write —-> WordPad



NOTE: Some versions of Windows 7, server 2003 and server 2008 may not be able to operate all the commands mentioned above.


Saturday, January 14, 2012

How to Make Your Blogger Blog Ready for Mobile Phones

 Nowadays millions of people use their mobile phones to access internet, as the mobile internet speed is very fast these days with 3G's, mobile apps, etc...

Many of your readers are coming to your blog through mobile phones.. But, if you don't make your blog mobile friendly, you may lose your mobile readers because in a mobile phone, a normal blog takes lot of time to load and there are other issues that your site not fitting properly in the mobile screen.

So, here is how to make your Blogger (blogspot) blog mobile internet friendly..

1. Sign into your Blogger account > Design > Edit html

2. Search (Ctrl+f) for the following line (it will be on top side)

   <b:include data='blog' name='all-head-content'/> 


3.Paste the following code below that line...

  <meta content='IE=EmulateIE7' http-equiv='X-UA-Compatible'/>

  <b:if cond='data:blog.isMobile'>

  <meta content='width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, user-scalable=0' name='viewport'/>

  <b:else/>

  <meta content='width=1100' name='viewport'/>

   </b:if>


4.Save the Changes!

That's it! Now, your visitors can access your blogger blog through mobile phones with blazing speed...