I have created a batch file which determines all the process started by the user and terminates all these processes. It kills only the processes started by the user.These processes includes tray applications and background applications. Using this batch file you can free up lots of RAM before starting any memory intensive application like Games or Video Encoders.You don’t have terminate each and every application to free up RAM. This batch file works with both […]
Most Ubuntu users also have Windows installed on their computer.In such cases you can Reset or Change the passwords of Windows User Accounts from Ubuntu/Ubuntu Live CD using the chntpw tool. You need to enable Read/Write Access to NTFS partition on which Windows is installed, to use the chntpw tool. Enabling Read/Write Access Install NTFS GUI Configuration Tool by running this code in the terminal
At the welcome screen in Windows Operating systems you will find a list of users into which you can log into.But the Administrator account does in appear in this list.The Administrator account appears in the welcome screen only when you boot in safe mode. To log into the Administrator account from the welcome screen
================================================================ DOWNLOAD LATEST VERSION OF STOP SERVICES- Stopv2.zip -Windows XP You can temporarily stop all unwanted services for casual gaming,ripping,encoding etc and also start the stopped services once you finish with your work by using the batch files I have created. These batch files use the net start and net stop command to stop services. Stopping all running services Download Stopv2.zip and extract it.Then Double Click on Stopv2.bat.You will see a black dos screen which […]
Question 1:How does an average person (System Admin) install drivers? Answer:He manually installs each and every missing drivers using wither the respective product CD’s or he downloads the drivers from the respective manufacturer’s site. Question 2:How does a Geek (System Admin) install drivers? Answer:He just plugs in a USB drive and all missing drivers are automatically installed and old drivers are updated. How do you do that?