How To Upgrade To WordPress 2.5

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

WordPress 2.5 have just been released couple weeks ago, it have a new design and obviously more features added. Here are few simple steps to upgrade your previous version of WordPress to WordPress 2.5. Before you do theses steps, make sure you have backup everything (including files and database of your site). Ok, here we go. Download the latest version of WordPress 2.5 from here. Deactivate all the…

Check Windows Vista Activation Status

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Did you know that you can check whether your Windows Vista has been activated or not via the command line? All you have to do is: Click the Start button and type “cmd” (without quotes) in the search box and then hit Enter on your keyboard You’ll now see the command line window, in the command line type:slmgr.vbs -dliand hit hit Enter on your keyboard…

See Who’s Connected to Your Windows Computer

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

To see other computer who is connected to your computer through TCP/IP services such as FTP, POP3/SMTP just use the Netstat command from the command prompt. Click on Start -> Run, and then type “cmd” (without quotes) to access the MS-DOS. On the MS-DOS screen type: (seconds) represent how long will netstat update the TCP/IP connections.

Create Custom RSS Feed With Views Module in Drupal

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

By default, Drupal only provides RSS feed for all the items on your front page. What should you do if you want to create RSS only for one specific taxonomy term?  Well, did you now that you can create custom RSS feed using Views module? Before we move on, please download Views module first and the activate it (I’m sure you know how to do this, right?)….

Disable Windows Vista Start Up Sound

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Windows Vista start up sound sometimes a bit annoying. If you’ve decided that you don’t want to hear that annoying sound again..ever, here’s how to do it. Click the Start button and then type “sound” (without quotes) in the search box. You’ll see a list from the search result, choose “Change system sounds”, the Sound window dialog boz will then pop-up Uncheck “Play Windows Startup…

How to Enable or Disable System Restore on Windows XP

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Don’t know what System Restore really is? System Restore is a component of Microsoft’s Windows Me, Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems that allows for the rolling back of system files, registry keys, installed programs, etc., to a previous state in the event of a failure. System Restore is a specific and systemic implementation of personal computer backup. From Wikipedia Here’s how to enable…

Joomla: The Award Winning Open Source CMS

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Joomla, the award winning Content Management System (CMS), currently One of the best open source CMS in the world. Joomla is known for its ease of use, even for those of you who doesn’t understand programming at all. The name Joomla came form the Swahili word jumla which mean “all together” or “as a whole”. The name was chosen from many other suggested names to…

Internet Explorer Shortcut Keys

Posted by Last Updated on January 21, 2019

Are you IE (Internet Explorer) biggest fan? Well, if you are, then you should know all of these shortcut keys in Internet Explorer. F1 – Show Help F4 – Show list of typed addresses F5 – Refresh page F6 – Change Address bar and page focus F11 – Full-screen view Ctrl+A – Select all Ctrl+D – Add current page to Favorites folder Ctrl+E – Open…

Disabling Windows Vista UAC

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

There is an easy way to disable Windows Vista UAC (User Account Control), it will only take seconds. Click on the Start menu and click on the Control Panel From the Control Panel search box, type and search for “disable uac” (without quotes) Click on the “Turn on User Account Control (UAC) to make your computer more secure”, then uncheck “Use User Account Control (UAC)…

Change Windows Vista Product Key

Posted by Last Updated on January 22, 2019

Windows Vista gives ease of use to its users, you even can change your Windows Vista product key easily. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> System You’ll see “Change product key” link on the System applet, just click on that link and then type your new Windows Vista product key. Click the OK button if you’re finish. I’ve told you its gonna be easy.

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