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Rainmeter : Desktop customization program for Windows

Rainmeter is the best known and most popular desktop customization program for Windows. Enhance your Windows computer at home or work with skins; handy, compact applets that float freely on your desktop. Rainmeter skins provide you with useful information at a glance. It's easy to keep an eye on your system resources, like memory and battery power, or your online data streams, including email, RSS feeds, and weather forecasts. Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, control your media player - all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking.
There are thousands and thousands of skins available, crafted by a large and ever-growing community of Rainmeter users. Rainmeter is not just an application, it is a robust toolkit. Create and modify your own skins in a simple language that's easy to learn, with the help of our extensive documentation, getting started guide and s…

Install Windows in 10 Minutes!!!!

Formatting And Fresh Installation of Windowsis a lengthy and boring Process But we all Have To do that.Sometimes In a Month And Sometimes in A week.Its Approx 40-60 minutes long process.But Friends Today I will Show You how To format Or Fresh Install  in Just 10 minutes.So Lets Take A look.
To perform a clean installation of Windows XP, follow these steps: 


Start your computer from the Windows XP CD. To do this, insert the Windows XP CD into your CD drive or DVD drive, and then restart your computer.  
Note To boot from your Windows XP CD, the BIOS settings on your computer must be configured to do this.
When you see the "Press any key to boot from CD" message, press any key to start the computer from the Windows XP CD.At the Welcome to Setup screen, press ENTER to start Windows XP Setup.Read the Microsoft Software License Terms, and then press F8.Follow the instructions on the screen to select and format a partition where you want to install Windows XP.Follow the instructions o…

Converting Videos With VLC

There’s no doubt that VLC is one of the most acclaimed and feature-rich media players available. Yes, of course the reason is its seamless ability to play wide variety of media files and discs but that’s not all. Using VLC you can do many creative things with your videos and one of the examples that we have already seen is its ability to cut video clips. I’m sure you’ll appreciate the ease with which it gets the job done without any hassle whatsoever. Impressive, right? So, today we will see how you can use your VLC media player as a free video converter for all your media files. Converting Videos With VLC
Step 1: Launch VLC media player and click on Media –> Convert / Save.

Step 2: Under the file tab you will see two sections. In the first one add the file you want to convert while the second section can be used to embed a subtitle to the converted video that’s already in sync.

Step 3: Click on the Convert/Save button when you are done. Finally select the destination folder, give a des…

Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

The Windows registry is a mysterious place, but if you're comfortable editing it, you have the power to tweak nearly every Windows setting you can imagine. Here are 10 of our favorite registry tweaks that make life easier.
All of these hacks work in Windows 7, even if not labeled as such. Many may work in Vista or earlier versions of Windows, but varies, so be sure to read up more on the tweak before you go meddling in Vista's registry. And, of course, be sure to make a backup of your registry before you start hacking away.


10. Hide Pre-Populated Items in Windows Explorer's Sidebar
Windows Explorer is pretty easy to navigate, but that sidebar can easily get cluttered with features you don't use. For example, if you're the only computer on your network, you probably have no need for the Homegroup or Network trees. Each item in the Explorer sidebar has a registry key, and with just a few minor tweaks, you can have them hidden in no time.
9. Disable Libraries in Windows…

How to Activate 'God Mode' on Windows 7 and 8

Maybe you have heard about ‘God Mode’, something that allows you to access all sorts of settings you normally can’t see or find in Windows 7 or 8? It's literally your control panel on steroids. There are programs to do this for you (we will get to this in a minute) but it also very easy to activate yourself in less than a minute. Here’s how:

Step 1: Right click on your desktop and select New, Folder. See screenshot below showing how it will appear:



Optionally, if you don't want a desktop icon you can create a new folder in your C: drive by using either Windows Explorer or My Computer and simply right click on C: and select New, Folder. You can then access it there anytime.

Step 2: Copy and paste this for the new folder name:

GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

See screenshot below:



Step 3:

The folder will now be a shortcut to 'God Mode' on your desktop. See screenshot below.




When you click it, you will find tons of hidden settings you can modify. See screenshot belo…

How to Prevent Your Computer from Overheating (and Why It's Important)

Keeping your computer running within safe temperatures is important, especially as the temperature rises outside. Here's how to make sure your computer's not overheating—and how to fix it if it is.
The cooling system of your computer is one of the most important features of the device. Without the cooling system, the electrical components of your computer wouldn't be able to function; overheating would damage the integral parts of what makes your computer work. The heat has to be dissipated in order to keep everything working within safe operating temperatures


Why an Overheated Computer Is Dangerous Simply put, if your computer becomes too hot, it is possible to destroy and shorten the lifespan of the hardware inside your computer, leading to irreparable damage and potential data loss. Besides losing your data, heat pecks away at your computer's internal organs—the motherboard, CPU, and more—significantly shortening its lifespan. Besides the most obvious reason to keep …