Getting a new PC is always a exciting thing and I have been through it twice in the period of last one month. I created a new desktop for my home with all the latest hardware and also got myself a new laptop.

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Typing in long commands can always result in mistakes in order to correct those mistakes you may have to type in the whole command again. Instead of typing in the whole command again you can simply press the F1 key and it output one character at a time from the previous command. if you think that is slow you can use the F2 key which will prompt you the number of characters you want to copy from the previous command.

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There are many a times when you may have misplaced your product keys for Softwares such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Microsoft Office and so on, or may have bought a assembled PC where the vendor may have not given you your product key.

Instead of cursing any one of them you can make use of some real nice tools to find or change your Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Product Keys, these softwares can easily help you find the product keys for any Microsoft softwares you may have installed on your system.

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Update: Post edited to correct errors ¬†on 26th October 2009. Re-installing an Operating system is a nightmare for many people, since people always tend to lose data, forget to take backups, and they almost go blank after they re-install. I have faced a similar situation, when I was new, however, if we plan our re-installation […]

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Do you have 100′s of programs installed on your system? Does clicking on your All Programs option in the Windows Start Menu list out a huge list of programs that stretches across the screen? If so, it is time now to group all your programs so that your Start menu is smaller and allows you […]

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Copy files faster with TeraCopy

Are you the kind of a person who always keeps working on data across different drives and disks – moving them and copying them over and over. Then, most probably, the inbuilt Windows file copier is very inefficient to you. You can’t pause copying files, and if you’re in the middle of copying 100 files […]

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Many a time you may have applications or websites open that you may now want anyone else to see. The best thing one can do to hide such things from others is completely close the application itself. For example you are watching a funny video at work and may not want your colleagues or far more worse you boss to catch you at it. This is definitely not the best solution as you will have to start the application back up again once they have left.

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When you buy a new Desktop PC or a new Laptop they come with lots of softwares pre-installed other than the operating system. Many of these may be useless to you and are part of the deals OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) have with software sellers where they pre-install their softwares into the machines.

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Open Save Dialog Custom Places

Ever wondered whether you could add your favourite folders to the Open/Save Dialog in Windows? There’s a way to do that. Here’s a little tool that can help you add custom locations to the open/save dialog in Windows. Places Bar Editor is a tweaking tool that does the job for you. It can help you […]

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Usually many of us have lots of different applications open at a single time which are accessible through the task bar. You may not want to use all the applications but still want them to be open. For example I use Windows Live Writer quite often but I do not use it all the time. The reason to keep the applications open is that I can easily and quickly access any application I want to without waiting for the delay to start them up. Leaving all the applications on takes up much of the task bar space.

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Monitor memory usage with MemInfo

Applications these days eat up large resources and memory. Checking memory usage is important and is only good for your computer. I’m presenting you with details on four nifty tools that just serve the purpose of checking memory usage in Windows: SysTrayMeter – Download Requiring no installation, this little tool sits in the system tray […]

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Adding and Removing programs are part of a regular computer lifecycle. You may install new software and try it out, then uninstall it after a certain amount of the time. The regular Add Remove Program available using the keyboard shortcut appwiz.cpl when typed into the windows run dialog. Many users are not exactly happy with […]

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