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July 30, 2010

Taskmanager Bug

July 30, 2010 Posted by tj cool , No comments
Couple of days ago i m looking for some tweaks of xp and found this trick of tweaking windows xp taskmanager.foolow this simple tutorial..

1: Press Ctrl+alt+del ..u will get this screen...

2.Then Click on the empty part of taskmanager i clicked on the red area of taskmanager....

3.Finallly u got this......

4. After playing with taskman...i got this......

July 12, 2010

JavaScript Framework : Web Developer

July 12, 2010 Posted by tj cool , No comments
Prototype is a JavaScript Framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications. Featuring a unique, easy-to-use toolkit for class-driven development and the nicest Ajax library around, Prototype is quickly becoming the codebase of choice for web application developers everywhere.

Jquery (Most Popular)
jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. jQuery is designed to change the way that you write JavaScript.

MooTools is a compact, modular, Object-Oriented JavaScript framework designed for the intermediate to advanced JavaScript developer. It allows you to write powerful, flexible, and cross-browser code with its elegant, well documented, and coherent API.

Dojo saves you time, delivers powerful performance, and scales with your development process. It’s the toolkit experienced developers turn to for building great web experiences.

script.aculo provides you with easy-to-use, cross-browser user interface JavaScript libraries to make your web sites and web applications fly

Google Web Toolkit
Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a development toolkit for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications. Its goal is to enable productive development of high-performance web applications without the developer having to be an expert in browser quirks, XMLHttpRequest, and JavaScript. GWT is used by many products at Google, including Google Wave and the new version of AdWords. It's open source, completely free, and used by thousands of developers around the world.

The Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI)
It is a open-source JavaScript library for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as Ajax, DHTML and DOM scripting. YUI includes several core CSS resources. It is available under a BSD License. Development on YUI began in 2005 and Yahoo! properties such as My Yahoo! and the Yahoo! front page began using YUI in the summer of that year. YUI was released for public use in February 2006.. It is actively developed by a core team of Yahoo! engineers.

July 8, 2010

Memory Testing Tools

July 08, 2010 Posted by tj cool , No comments
Windows Memory Diagnostic

Microsoft has its own memory testing tool and it is called Windows Memory Diagnostic. The program performs a series of extensive tests on your system to find anything wrong with your computer’s memory.


Sized at only 14 KB to download, MemTest is a tool for Windows users, and requires no installation. You simple run its executable file and start testing your RAM. The tests executed check your memory’s ability to store and retrieve data.

M2K MemScope

Micro-Scope is a big company that produces great professional computer diagnostic tools. They are the creators of M2K MemScope, a memory testing software program. You can either use the M2K MemScope installer to create a bootable floppy disk or download the ISO image from the site to create a bootable CD / DVD. The program contains many advanced tests that thoroughly test your memory.
Link :Visit


Memtest86 is a very user friendly memory testing software that will appeal to most people. All you do is download the ISO image of the program, burn it to a CD, and boot your system through that CD. Testing will initiate once the computer boots from the CD.

Link :Visit

July 3, 2010

Command Prompt Search Engine

July 03, 2010 Posted by tj cool No comments
Copy below code and paste in notepad and save as google.bat

@echo off
if not "%1"=="" (set QUERY=%1) else (goto error)
if not "%1"=="" (set QUERY=%QUERY%+%1) else (goto exitloop)
goto loop
echo You did not enter a search query!

This creates a Google command that starts your default web browser and uses the Google search engine to process your search query.


google night photography help

google 2006 college basketball statistics

To search MSN's instead, replace the "start" command with:


To search Yahoo!:


To search Ask:


Command Prompt Unleashed

July 03, 2010 Posted by tj cool , , No comments

Check Your Memory!

To check the available memory left on your machine, use the MEM command. There are several options available (depending on the version of Dos/Windows you are using) so type
at the DOS prompt to see what kind of memory checks you can perform.

Redirect the Positions of the Redirect

When you perform a command involving redirecting the output such as DIR *.TXT > TEXTLIST, you normally place the redirection symbol after the command you are redirecting. You don't have to do this. The command > TEXTLIST DIR *.TXT works fine.

Forcing the Directory to Display a Certain Way

If you wish to set the directory listings a certain way (when you use the DIR command), set the DIRCMD environmental variable to the parameters you wish to use.
To see a list of possible parameters for the DIRCMD, see the list of possible parameters for the DIR command. Type
DIR /?
To set the DIRCMD environmental variable, add the line


in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, replacing 'xxx' with the parameters you wish to use. For example, the parameter "/ON" would cause your DIR results to be automatically sorted by filename. The "/W" command automatically sets the DIR results to a wide-directory format.

Display ErrorLevel on the screen

SUMMARY: Debug batch files by displaying the error level returned by DOS commands.

Debugging batch files and need to see the error level results of every DOS command echoed to the screen? Try this command:


This echoes the command processor with 'errorlevel' echoed to the screen.

Quickly Get COM and LPT Port Status

To get the retry and redirection status of your COM and LPT ports, enter the following command:


Display a Directory Tree of all Subdirectories and Files

Ever need to output a list of all the directories and subdirectories on a particular hard drive or removable media? The tree command does just that, and you can pipe the results to a text file for further manipulation or printing.

To view all of the directories and subdirectories on a device, just cd\ to the root of your drive and then execute the tree command. Else, only the subdirectories of the current directory will be displayed.

The following parameters modify the output:

This outputs all files contained in the current directory and subdirectories. Issuing this command from the root directory can show all non-hidden files on the current drive to the output may be long!

By default, the tree command uses simple graphics to signify subdirectories. If you are having trouble processing or printing the results, add this parameter to display ASCII characters.
The following example command, executed from the root directory of a hard drive or removable media, creates a text file tree.txt containing all non-hidden files and folders. This may take a while to process, so be patient!

tree /f > tree.txt

Display Directory and File Owners

If you administer a Windows XP machine containing multiple user accounts, it may prove beneficial to view who owns a particular file or directory. This can help prevent accidentally moving or deleting a file used by someone else, or this feature can help monitor unwanted activity.

dir /q

If you just want to find files owned by the Administrator account, for example, use the following piped command:

dir /q | find "Administrator"

To view all files owned by Administrator in the current directory and all subdirectories, pipe the command with findstr as follows:

dir /q /s | findstr "Administrator Directory"

This will display each directory name followed by all files (if any) owned by the Administrator account.

Change Title of a DOS Prompt Window

To help simplify matters, you can change the window title of an individual DOS prompt with the title command. Entering the title and then the name of the desired title will change the prompt's title bar, also changing its description on the Windows taskbar.

For example, if you want to open a DOS prompt with the title Web Server Log, one way to do so is the following:

  1. Click "Start" - "Run".
  2. Enter cmd /k title Web Server Log and press ENTER.