Saturday, May 22, 2010

Speed up your hard disk and external hard disk

Speed up your external hard disk and hard disk by following these steps

Write caching is disabled for external drives by default in Windows, so that you can remove external drives without losing any data. Enabling write caching will provide a significant performance increase for external drives

  1. Click Start and type “Device Manager” and open Device Manager
  2. Expand “Disk drives” and right-click your external hard drive and select Properties
  3. click the “Policies” tab and click “Optimize for performance”
  4. Check “Enable write caching on the device” and “Turn off Windows write-cache buffer flushing on the device” then click Ok
  5. Reboot to apply changes

How to increase your connection speed

Increase your Internet connection speed

To increase your connection speed there are some simple methods i am going to describe one among them

step1:Go to My Computer-> properties

Step2:Next Go to hardware tab and u will see a Device Manager tab

Step3:By Clicking Devive Manager Tab u will get list of items that are connected and can be connected to your PC then go for portsetting

step4:double click the PORT(COM&LPT) then u will get list of devices

Step5:double click the Communication port(COM1),Communication port(COM2)..etc

Step6:After double click communication port(COM1) goto port settings tab

Step7:In port setting tab There is bits per second and default value is 9600

Step 8:Change the default value to 128000

Step9:And also change the Flow Control from none to Hardware

Step10:Press ok and exit the device manager and restart the pc sp that the changes could be applied

By doing these steps your internet Connect speed will automatically increases...Thanks for visiting us...have a nice day...

Saving Time while Installing WindowsXP

Guyz...this tip will be very useful to those who frequently install Windows XP Operating System. Normally OS installation takes around 40 minutes to complete, due to this you guys will certainly waste the time in this installing process, but through this trick you can save 10-15 minutes time. So, that this time can be useful to you for some purpose. This simple trick goes this way.

Step 1:- Boot through Windows XP CD.
Step 2:- After all the files are completely loaded, you get the option to select the partition. Select “C”.
Step 3:- Now as usual Format the partition, whether it is normal or quick with NTFS or FAT.
Step 4:- After the formatting is got completed, all the setup files required for the installation are copied.Then it will ask you to restart your system press Enter.
Now, here begins the simple trick to save the 10-15 minutes time.
Step 5:- So, after rebooting you will get a screen where it takes 40 minutes to complete or finalize the OS installation.
Step 6:- Now, Press SHIFT + F10 Key -> Then you'll get the command prompt on your screen.
Step 7:- Enter “Taskmgr” at the command prompt window. This will open Task Manager.
Step 8:- Click the Process Tab, here you'll find a process called Setup.exe -> Right Click on Setup.exe -> Set Priority -> Select High or Above Normal. Initially it will be Normal.

That's it now relax your self and see how fast the installation process will be completed. It's a nice trick and it will really help you in saving the precious time of your OS installation.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A Funny! trick to make your PC speak whatever you type

Hey guyz... This is a simple and funny trick which makes your PC to speak whatever you type in your keyboard. With this trick you can create your own text to speech converter software to make your computer speak whatever you type. This is a funny and pretty cool trick. Just run the script file. Copy the code given below in the notepad and save it with any name but the extension should be .vbs i.e "anyname.vbs".
The scripting code is:
Dim message, sapi
message=InputBox("What do you want me to say?","Speak to Me")
Set sapi=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
sapi.Speak message

After doing this vbs file just double click on that file and you will get a window like thisThen you can type anything in the text-box of that window. The response will be in the form of speech.


Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Trick to make your Mozilla Firefox run faster...

Hi....guyz... you are facing the problem with Mozilla Firefox while you are browsing or downloading the files....? Then I think this trick will increase your Firefox speed.
This is a simple trick which will increase the load time & speed of Firefox and with this you can able to surf the internet faster......

Follow the simple steps:
  • Type about:config in the address bar. You will get plenty of entries in that look for the following entries and make the corresponding changes to those entries.
  • Make network.http.max-connections-per-server =32
  • Make network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy =16
  • Make network.http.max-connections = 64
  • Make network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server = 10
  • Make network.http.pipelining = true
  • Make network.http.pipelining.maxrequests = 200
  • Make network.http.request.max-start-delay = 0
  • Make network.http.proxy.pipelining = true
  • Make network.http.proxy.version = 1.0
  • Lastly right click anywhere in the window and select New-->Integer. Name it as nglayout.initialpaint.delay and set its value to 0. This value is the time that which the browser waits before it acts on information it receives. By making the value to 0 the browser can act quickly with the received information......
Hope this trick will help you to increase the load time & speed of your Mozilla Firefox Web Browser..

Monday, May 3, 2010

How to change MAC address

Go to RUN ->type ncpa.cpl...a window will open with net adapters.....
Right click on the net adapter for which u wanna change MAC address and select properties...

Go to configure and select advanced tab then go for network address (or) Lan card address...
You will get an empty field named value...enter your desired MAC address there(no need to insert '-') click ok and you are done....Your MAC address is changed....
To verify it go to run  'ipconfig /all' or 'net config rdr' and reboot your system...

Note :-Before giving it a try note your MAC address

Thanks for visiting have a nice day enjoy :)