I’m just thinking of this handy tools and came up with this idea. You know that there is Eject options in cd/dvd context menu when you right click.I think you also thinking what i have, Insert option in cd/dvd context menu. With this you can insert ejected drive.
Here is the step-by-step procedure:
1. Download the file cdeject.zip from
http://www.ashesh.com.np/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/cdeject.zip, extract it and copy the DLL file to the
(to open this folder directly go to run and copy/paste this %windir%\System32 and press ok.
2.Now copy the following code into Notepad:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@=”CDEject Context Menu Shell Extension”
3. Save the file with any name you want, but the
extension should be .reg.
4. Run the file and it will ask for permission.
5.Now when you right click in cd/dvd drive you’ll get the Insert option in context menu.
1) Screen Type
Sure, those glossy screens look lovely when you see them in the ads or in the store, but will you like it when you are tired and the light behind is reflecting right into your eyes and driving you nuts? Glossy screens do have certain advantages while watching movies and playing games, so you need to weigh what you’re likely to be doing most on the laptop. Also, if you’re the type who works on sensitive financial or business data while on a long haul flight, these screens will be easily visible to your neighbor. Think about what you are going to be using your laptop for, before you decide to buy the glossy screen.
All laptops, or almost all, are the same inside in terms of the processor and the RAM or the hard drive used. Owever, all laptops are not created equally in terms of the build quality. Does the casing feel cheap? Does it flex and bend when you left the laptop by one corner. Do the laches feel like they are going to breaks in a few months> Are the hinges creaking, and will they hold the screen at the correct angle after six months> Many of these questions can only be answered by people who’ve actually used the machines for a few months, so hunt around on online forums and ask questions. www.notebookreview.com is a good place to get started.
Block Ads Now!
Closing the gate to sneaky ads no matter what the browser
Advertisements are annoying to all of us. Thy do create revenue for sites, but most of the time, they are of little importance to the user and all they do is nibble away at your bandwidth. Sometimes, they can show inappropriate content as well. We are going to look at ways to disable or at least hide the ads off the screen with pretty much any of the most used browsers.
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Get back the old address bar in Firefox3
If you don’t like Firefox-3 rich results in address bar (what is actually called the AwesomeBar), which nearly cover my computer screen when it drop down. You can use the Old address bar extension in Firefix-3 by just adding this addon.
Which only display URLs. Just look screen shoot images here, you can find difference in old addressbar and new addressbar in Firefox-3.
The rel=”NOFOLLOW’ attribute in a link has been used on blog and forum sites to block the Google spider from following a link to its target page, and hence blocking the passing of PageRank. This is in an effort to reduce link spamming.
You can use the NOFOLLOW attribute to your advantage on your site to channel PageRank to your most important pages. Here’s the syntax: