How to login as administrator in Windows 7?

This is a tutorial that will help you to login as a administrator in Windows 7.

In order to login as a administrator, you will first have to activate the “hidden” administrator account.

Activating the hidden admin account!
Goto “Start” and enter “cmd.exe” into the search field. (Cmd stands for Command)

Hold CTRL + Shift and hit Enter to run cmd.exe with administrator privileges.

Enter the following line into the command line prompt:
net user administrator /active:yes

Then Logoff and You will notice that there is a new account on your login screen.


Know the precise definition of overclocking. "Overclocking is the process of forcing a computer component to run at a higher clock rate (the fundamental rate in cycles per second, measured in hertz, at which a computer performs its most basic operations such as adding two numbers or transferring a value from one processor register to another) than designed or designated by the manufacturer".

What Does Overclocking Do?

Overclocking a computer's processor or memory causes it to go faster than its factory rated speed. A processor rated at 2.4GHz might be overclocked to 2.5GHz or 2.6GHz, while memory rated at 200MHz might be pushed to 220MHz or higher. The extra speed results in more work being done by the processor and/or memory in a given time period, increasing the overall computing performance of the PC.

Can Overclocking Damage Computer Hardware?

Yes, but it's typically unlikely. Generally speaking, when computer hardware is pushed beyond its limits, it will lock up, crash or show other obvious errors long before it gets to the point where the processor or memory might be permanently damaged. The exception to this is if extreme voltages are used when attempting to overclock, but since most motherboards do not support extremely high voltages, and neither does this guide, it's not likely to be an issue.

For older processors, heat is also a factor worth keeping a close eye on. Modern processors have thermal sensors which will slow down or shut off the PC, but older CPUs do not necessarily feature these safety devices.

The Purpose of Overclocking

The most obvious reason to overclock a computer system is to squeeze some additional performance out of it at little or no cost. Overclocking the processor and system memory can significantly boost game performance, benchmark scores and even simple desktop tasks. Since almost every modern processor and memory module is overclockable to at least a slight degree, there are few reasons not to attempt it.

Technical Terms Used:

FSB (FrontSide Bus): The data bus that carries information from the processor to the main memory and the rest of the system. A processor's internal multiplier multiplied the FSB speed of the system = that processor's speed in MHz or GHz.
Increasing the clock speed of the FSB (and thus the speed of the memory and the processor as well) is the most common and effective way of overclocking a modern computer.

Internal Multiplier: The ratio of a given processor's speed (in MHz or GHz) as compared to the FSB (Frontside Bus) speed of the computer system it is installed in. A processor with an internal multiplier of 16x installed in a system with a FSB of 200MHz would run at 3.2GHz internally, since 16 x 200MHz = 3.2GHz. Most modern processors are 'multiplier locked' to some degree, meaning that their internal multiplier cannot be changed (or at least increased). This in turn means that increasing the FSB speed of a system is the only way to overclock the processor.

Stock Speed: The default or factory speed settings of computer hardware like the processor, memory and motherboard. With the processor, stock speed refers to the clock speed in MHz or GHz of the processor. With the memory, stock speed refers to the highest standard memory speed that the memory module is rated for (PC3200 DDR memory has a stock speed of 200MHz, for example). In the case of the motherboard, stock speed refers to the default speed at which the processor and memory work together, the FSB speed.

Core/Memory/Chipset Voltage: These three voltage values represent the amount of electrical power being fed to the respective components. When a processor, memory or motherboard is made to run faster due to overclocking, more voltage may be required in order for that component to run stably. With this in mind, voltage adjustment is one of the most important principles of overclocking.

If an overclocked computer becomes unstable, increasing one or more of these voltage settings by a very small amount (0.05V to 0.1V) can often mean the difference between an unbootable system and a stable overclocked one. That being said, it is important to make some distinctions with respect to voltage adjustments; more voltage does not necessarily mean faster speeds, rather minor increases can help improve stability. Computer circuits are designed to operate within very specific electrical ranges, and drastically increasing the electricity being supplied to a chipset will raise temperatures, and potentially damage it.

Understand that not all computers can be overclocked. For one, laptops are pretty much out of the question. Also, any OEM (original equipment manufacturer) computer, such as a Dell, HP or E-machine, will be more difficult to overclock, so your best bet for overclocking is to purchase or build a custom system, but keep in mind that some motherboards can't be used to overclock.


You need a good cooling system for serious overclocking.

This may void your computer's warranty, depending upon the manufacturer.

Overclocking your hardware too much can damage or break your hardware.

Overclocking with voltage increases will shorten the life of your hardware.

Most of the computers made by Dell (with the exception of the XPS line) , HP, Gateway, Acer, Apple, etc, cannot be overclocked because the option of changing the FSB and CPU voltages is not available in the bios.

Free File Sharing

Nakido a new entrant
(not so new) into one-click file-hosting arena, hosts your files for free and provides a direct download link which you can share with others allowing single click download. Nakido also features an innovative web-based download manager "Nakido Flag" which utilizes peer-to-peer technology to make file-sharing faster, Nakido Flag gives you the ability to resume broken downloads and allows you to use the web-based download manager features like queuing of multiple files to the download list which gets downloaded to your computer automatically.

Nakido makes it easy to share files in Twitter and Facebook. You can share any files you want - photos, videos, documents, music, archived files, even HD videos. Nakido has no limit on the size of the file you upload, which means you can upload a large file directly to Nakido without having to split it into many small parts due to the limitation of file size per file. Sharing files is also very simple, just select the file you want to share, upload to Nakido, then copy the short URL (e.g. NK.DO/A1C), enter your Twitter text, and tweet it on your Twitter account. By clicking on the short URL, your friends/followers would be able to download the file to their computer.

Registering is not required to upload or download files at Nakido but a free membership will allow you to rate files shared by our members and manage your own files, visit Nakido.Com to get started.

Windows Anytime Upgrade

Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU) is an upgrade method offered by Microsoft and selected licensed resellers for users who wish to upgrade any non-Ultimate edition of Windows 7. The Windows 7 version of Windows Anytime Upgrade introduced many improvements, notably the upgrade time has been reduced to around 10 minutes, and upgrade license keys can be purchased at retail.

Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade does not require physical media and installs the extra components of the Windows 7 edition from the Component-based servicing (CBS) store located on the system.

Microsoft's current marketing material states that all installation media will contain all the functionality of the highest SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) and that higher level functions will be disabled through winlogon.exe and pidgen.dll. This is what is also used in differentiating between Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional. In practical terms, this means that the license purchased online effectively determines which version of the operating system customers can upgrade from and to.

The news is that hackers have now cracked open the Windows Anytime Upgrade key generation algorithm for Windows 7 and released the utility "Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade CD-Key Generator" which churns out illegal upgrade keys allowing pirates to upgrade and activate Windows 7 OS to higher SKU's like from Home Premium to Professional or Ultimate without paying Microsoft a dime.

"Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade CD-Key Generator" is now in the wild and can be easily downloaded from warez sites, torrent portals and one-click file hosters like rapidshare, hotfile and megaupload.

Note :This post is intended for news purpose only, using keygens like this is not only illegal but also pose a great security risk and should always be avoided.

Remote Desktop

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft, which concerns providing a user with a graphical interface to another computer

Remote Desktop is disabled by default, so the first step is to activate it on the system you want to control. From the Start menu, right-click Computer, then click Properties and next click Remote Settings.

You must change the Remote Desktop setting from "Don't Allow Connections to this Computer" to one of the "allow" options. Which ones you choose will depend on what kind of system you'll be using to connect to this one

if you're not on a fast LAN, drop the color depth down to either 256 or 15-bit color, and select "Modem" on the Experience tab. Color depth is the single biggest contributor to performance over a slow connection

Remote Desktop Example:

TeamViewer connects to any PC or server around the world within a few seconds. You can remote control your partner's PC as if you were sitting right in front of it.

Anyplace Control remote pc control, remote control computer, remote desktop softwareRemote Control PC on LAN or over the Internet. he program displays the remote PC's desktop on the screen of your local PC, and allows you to control that computer remotely using your own mouse and keyboard. The remote connection could be established on LAN, WAN or over the Internet

TightVNC is a free remote control software package. With TightVNC, you can see the desktop of a remote machine and control it with your local mouse and keyboard, just like you would do it sitting in the front of that computer. TightVNC is:

LogMeIn Access and back up your home or work computer from anywhere with an Internet connection. Even access your desktop from your iPhone, iPad, or the dash of your Ford truck. It's fast, easy and secure.

PROXY Pro 7 Remote Desktop Software Remote access, remote control & remote management for Windows 7, Remote access & remote control for Mac, Linux

RealVNC provides remote control software which lets you see and interact with desktop applications across any network

is a powerful, easy to use and free software that can display the screen of another computer (via internet or network) on your own screen. The program allows you to use your mouse and keyboard to control the other PC remotely

Using Proxies

Web-based Proxies: Web-based Proxies are powered by server-side softwares such as CGIProxy, PHProxy, Glype, and custom proxy scripts. These proxies work entirely through a Web browser. Usually all that is needed to hide your IP address and surf anonymously is to visit the service's homepage in a Web browser and enter a URL (website address) in the form provided. There is no requirement to download or install software or reconfigure your computer. To work, a CGI based proxy must manipulate the document you've requested and all its associated elements and objects. This can be tricky, and not all proxies are as efficient or effective as others. Some services are slow and may produce errors while rendering the many variations of Web page code. But they are popular, numerous, and easy to use

A proxy server is a kind of buffer between your computer and the Internet resources you are accessing. They allow you to bypass firewalls and content filters and browse your favorite websites, without revealing your location (IP address).

Proxy servers are a great way to be able to bypass website restrictions that your school or work place may have put in place

The best and safest kind are elite proxies. An elite proxy will unblock every and any kind of site and allow you to play and upload every kind of file

While using a proxy remember these facts: Don’t use the ID’s which have important data in it, Make some Email ID’s for proxy specific use, Disable cookies, Don’t save passwords

While a copy of a page is stored in a proxy cache, the original page could be updated, and users would never see it, because the proxy will return the stale copy to users. Even if a browser user clicks on Refresh or Reload, the proxy will still return the stale version. With MSIE for Windows, the fix is to use Ctrl-Refresh (hold down the Ctrl key while clicking on Refresh) or Ctrl-F5, which causes the transparent proxy to refresh its copy of the page from the original web server.

In a nutshell, public proxies are special websites that provide so-called “Proxy” function. You can treat “Proxy” as an agent or middleman of your Internet access. It sends the requests to the end server for you and passes the results back to you.

Direct emails from one account to another

It will vary slightly for each e-mail provider but if you go to account settings you should find some options to set up e-mail forwarding.
For example with Gmail: go to 'Settings' and then 'Forwarding and POP/IMAP'
For example with Hotmail:click the drop down arrow next to your name, select 'Options' then 'Mail' then 'Email Forwarding'.
For example with Yahoo: Select 'Options' then 'Mail Options' then 'Pop Access & Forwarding'

For all of the above make sure you have first logged into your email account

INTEL Turbooooo Boost?

Oversimplifying badly, Turbo Boost will transfer spare MHz from cores that aren't using it to cores that need it. This works better in quad core processors than dual. As you approach 100% loading on all cores, expect the frequency to drop toward stock value.So it only useful when an application is single threaded and demands for more processing power.Note at not all the cores are turbo boost at a titime.

Another way to look at it is an automated overclocking system, within certain limits. Exactly what those limits are, Intel doesn't make too public, but they do describe the technology in general.


New Processor GenerTIONS

Intel have introduced their new family of processors under the code name Sandy Dune Architecture, as the successor to Nehalem. Based on the 32 nm process. The main featurte is that in this cpu & gpu are emmedded on the die thus share the same memory. This also help in overall performance upgrade. For just comparison

For reference only, the Core i5 2300(Sanydune) engineering sample is up to 17% faster than a Core i5 760 (both are 2.8GHz) in 64-bit benchmarks.

Symbian as a operating system

Symbian is an operating system derived from the Epoc operating system. Epoc was developed by Psion for their handhelds in the 80's. Symbian is an evolution designed to be used in mobile phones, and comes to real devices in different flavors.

More precisely, Symbian Inc develops the base operating system and licenses it out to phone manufacturers. Vendors then build a user interface on top of the base operating system. They can also customize (and often do) the operating system for a specific purpose; the bundle of the operating system plus the user interface is shipped, with the hardware to be sold on the market.
Currently the most widespread is the Series60 platform, used by many Nokia phones like the Nokia 6600 and many many other models.

There also exists the UIQ platform, powering the Sony Ericcsson P800/P900/P910i and the Motorola A1000/A1010.

Also there are other flavors, like the Series80 that powers the Nokia Communicator series (Nokia 9500 and others) and the Series90, used currently only by the Nokia 7710. There are rumors hovewer Series90 will fold in to the Series 60 platform in the foreseeable future.
Note that since there are MANY versions of each combination OS/UI, there is a different SDK for each combination. For example we can enumerate the SDK for Series60 version 6.1, 7,0s, 8.0, 9.0 etc, and the SDK for UIQ version 2.0, 2.1 etc.
You have to build application for specific devices using the appropriate SDK of the correct version of the target phone.


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