The most common way of editing Windows XP’s boot screen is by editing ntoskrnl. There is a more simple way of changing the boot screen.The only drawback is that the progress bar leaves a trail. First make create 16 bit 640*480 image and save it as boot.bmp in ‘c:\windows’ directory Click Start|Run and type c:\boot.ini. The file opens in Notepad. Look for an entry similar to this. "multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect" Add /noguiboot […]
I just found this site the other day.Its damn interesting. http://www.goosh.org http://www.goosh.org This google-interface behaves similar to a unix-shell. You type commands and the results are shown on this page. You can search google,login to gmail from this shell. To search google,just type web search query. Example web olympics. I dunno how its gonna help,but it is definetely gonna impress your friends. For more commands type help.
Link:http://www.unforgettable.dk/ The file contains 16 zipped files, which again contains 16 zipped files, which again contains 16 zipped files, which again contains 16 zipped, which again contains 16 zipped files, which contain 1 file, with the size of 4.3GB.So, if you extract all files, you will most likely run out of space :-) They have packed 4.3GB file consisting only of zeros again and again many times.So thats how they achieved a compression of 42KB
Most BSNL Broadband users use Huawei ADSL routers. It is also a well known fact that the default username and password of the router is admin and admin. This password can be changed through the web interface. But I discovered a hidden user account with full priveleges which can be used to access the router even after changing the default password.
I read a post in some forum where a member said that some registry changes take effect by just killing and starting the process explorer.exe .The tip is useful.According to that post one has to Open Task Manager kill explorer.exe and start the shell by typing explorer in File-Run(in the taskbar). I found a single line command which can kill and start explorer.exe tskill explorer Press Win Key and R or go to Start-Run type […]