Optimize Memory Usage

Posted on Monday, March 31, 2008 by khabibkhan

You can choose to optimize your computer's memory usage. If you use your computer
primarily as a workstation, rather than as a server, you can have more memory devoted to
your programs. Your programs will work faster and your system cache size will be the
default size that came with Windows XP. You can also specify to set aside more computer
memory for a larger system cache, if your computer is used primarily as a server, or if
you use programs that require a larger cache.

  • Click Start, click Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance, and then click System.

  • Click the Advanced tab, and then click Settings under Performance.

  • Click the Advanced tab, and then do one of the following under Memory usage:

  • Click Programs if you use your computer primarily as a workstation, rather than as a server, to have more memory devoted to your programs.

  • Click System cache if your computer is used primarily as a server, or if you use
    programs that require a larger cache.

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Upgrading and Repairing Laptops

Posted on Thursday, March 27, 2008 by khabibkhan

Upgrading and Repairing Laptops:
Beyond cutting edge, Scott Mueller goes where no computer book author has gone before--right past all the warranty stickers, the hidden screws, and the fear factor to produce a real owner's manual that every laptop owner should have on his desk. This book shows the upgrades users can perform, the ones that are better left to the manufacturer, and how to use add-on peripherals to make the most of a laptop. The CD contains one-of-a-kind video showing just what's inside a portable PC. For readers who have ever wondered what goes on inside their portable PC, how to upgrade/repair the portable PC or how to live on the road with it, this is the one must-have book of the year!

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Create Event Music Every Event Program in Windows Xp

Posted on Tuesday, March 25, 2008 by khabibkhan

Did you know if event program on windows we can change with event sound music format WAV. Example if we close or open a program then out song, if you want to like that, follow instruction in below

1.click start

2.control panel

3.click sound audio device

4.clik tab sound and select event program and browse for select your song (format WAV)

see picture in this below

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Create Animation Button With Flash

Posted on Thursday, March 20, 2008 by khabibkhan

1.first step, create a button as like circle with tool circle and fill gradient

2.Change this picture to symbol button (or click F8), then click button, and click OK, after that right click on picture and select edit

3.Fill in keyframe at label “over” and “down”,then click at keyframe “over” and I am changed my circle like this

Then click at keyframe “down” and then iam change circle like this

And finish, please try your mouse to button

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Create Effect With Photoshop

Posted on Saturday, March 15, 2008 by khabibkhan

Create Effect on Object

1. Create Water effect
-From menu filter - Render - clouds
-From menu filter - Blur - Gaussian blur
-From menu filter - sktech - chrome
-From menu filter - distorth - twirl
-From menu Filter - distort - ocean ripple
-From menu filter - Distort - zigzag
2. Create Wood Effect
-From menu filter - render - clouds
-From menu filter - Noise - add noise
-From menu filter - Blur Motion Blur
-From menu filter - Distort - Shear
3. Create Stone Effect
-From menu filter - Render - clouds
-From menu filter - render - different clouds
-From menu filter - render - lighting effect
-From menu filter - sharpen - sharpen
4. Create Grass Effect
-From menu filter - render - clouds
-From menu filter - noise - add noise
-From menu filter - stylize - wind
-From menu filter - distort - twirl

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Posted on Monday, March 10, 2008 by khabibkhan

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Change the Windows Logon Screen Saver in Windows XP

Posted on Wednesday, March 5, 2008 by khabibkhan

When you start Windows, you may be presented with the Windows XP welcome screen, which prompts you click your user name to begin, or you may be presented with a Welcome to Windows dialog box that prompts you to press CTRL+ALT+DEL to log on. By default, if you do not press a key for 10 minutes, the Windows logon screen saver (Logon.scr). To change the logon screen saver, follow these steps.

  1. Click Start, Run and type REGEDIT and press Enter

  2. Navigate to the following key:

  3. HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop
  4. In the right pane, double-click SCRNSAVE.EXE

  5. In the Edit String dialog box, type the name of the screen saver that you want in the Value data box, and then click OK. For example, if you want to use the Mystify screen saver as your logon screen saver, type ssmyst.scr.

  6. IMPORTANT: Make sure that you correctly specify the path to the screen saver. If the screen saver is located in %SystemRoot%\System32, the explicit path is not required.
  7. If you need to alter the time-out value, set the ScreenSaveTimeOut value in Seconds

  8. Quit Registry Editor

Simpler method using Tweak UI PowerToy for XP
Automate the above task using Tweak UI for Windows XP. See this page for more information on how to copy / apply the Wallpaper, Background, Screensaver and other settings to the logon screen using Tweak UI Powertoy from Microsoft.

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Trouble Shooting NTLDR is MISSING

Posted on Saturday, March 1, 2008 by khabibkhan

1.Setting first boot device (on BIOS) to CD ROM
2.Insert CD WIN XP Installation (same with WINDOWS installed your computer)
3.On the Proceessing Select "R"(recovery console)
4.Move Prompt to drive CD ROM. example(location CD ROM on drive F:)
5.Type F:cd 1386 then enter
6.After F:1386 then type copy ntldr to c: (so like this f:1386 copy ntldr c:)
7.Restart your computer

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