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ERASING MY RECENT DOCUMENTS

The My Recent Documents folder display a list of files and documents that you have used Recently. At times it can also be a threat to your Privacy. It is really very annoying to Clearing it manually. You can make this folder Empty whenever you Shutdown or Logoff your Computer or you can also stops all your recently opened documents from being saved in a list.

So Here is the Trick on how do it:-

A ) Empty My Recent Documents Automatically on Shutdown or Logoff

1)

Go to Run then type gpedit.msc and press enter

2)

Then Navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Template > Start Menu

and Task Bar

3) Then on the right side look for the “Clear history of recently opened documents

on exit” option.

4)

Double Click it & select Enable Option & then just Apply it.

B)

Disable Recent Document History

1)

Go to Run then type gpedit.msc and press enter

2)

Then Navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Template > Start Menu

and Task Bar

3) Then on the right side look for the “Do not keep history of recently opened

documents” option.

4) Double Click it & select Enable Option & then just Apply it.

you can do the same thing with Registry editor also.

That’s It….

Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know

Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert

Paste the text or object that’s in the clipboard.

Ctrl + Z and Ctrl + Y

Undo any change. For example, if you cut text, pressing this will undo it. This can also often be pressed multiple times to undo multiple changes. Pressing Ctrl + Y would re-do the undo…

Ctrl + F

Open the Find in any program. This includes your Internet browser to find text on the current page.

Alt + Tab or Alt + Esc

Quickly switch between open programs.

F1

Open help for the program you’re in.

Ctrl + P

Print what’s currently being viewed in programs such as Microsoft Word or your Internet browser.

Ctrl + Left arrow / Right arrow

Move the cursor one word at a time instead of one character at a time. If you wanted to highlight one word at a time you can hold down Ctrl + Alt and then press the left or right arrow key to move one word at a time in that direction while highlighting each word.

Ctrl + Home / End

Move the cursor to the beginning or end of a document.

Page Up / Space bar and Page Down

Pressing either the page up or page down key will move that page one page at a time in that direction. When browsing the Internet pressing the space bar will also move the page down one page at a time.

USB Drive Tricks…

USB Drive Tricks… Any ordinary USB memory device can do a lo t more than you

Any ordinary USB memory device can do a lot more than you probably thought it could. It can carry programs, encryption and even a full installation of Windows XP! Here is our tenlist for the coolest things you can do with a USB thumb drive:

for the cooles t things you can do with a USB thumb drive: Take your programs

Take your programs with you

We all know how frustrating it is when we take your files to another computer just to discover that the software required to read the files is not installed.

Here’s the simplest solution – take your programs with you – on your USB thumb drive. Here’s how to do it with Portable Apps:

1. Go to the Portable Apps website and download the installer, choosing the software you

want to carry along.

2. Run the installer and install the software to the root of your USB thumb drive.

And you’re done! As soon as you connect your thumb drive into a computer, Portable Apps will open up automatically.

S urf anonymously Surf anonymously

With Portable Apps and Firefox, you can surf the web without leaving any trace on the computer you are using. If you want extra security, install a Firefox security plugin such as FoxyProxy. To iput Firefox onto the drive, just copy-paste the Firefox folder from you computer, or install Firefox onto the thumb drive.

S et a program to run automatically (autorun) Set a program to run automatically (autorun)

Using autorun, you can set a program to start up automatically when you connect the drive to a computer. You can also use the same script for a data CD-ROM. Note that

some computers have autorun disabled for security purposes. [Here's how to disable autorun.

Open up notepad and paste the following script:

[autorun]

ShellExecute=filename

Label=description

UseAutoPlay=1

Make sure you replace filename with the full path to the file. For example, a file called program.exe in a folder called “programs” on the thumb drive would be /programs/program.exe

Replace description with a short description of the program, for example, My Jukebox or Mozilla Firefox.

Save the file as autorun.inf, making sure you select “All Programs” from the save menu, not “Text document”!

Programs” from the save menu, not “Text document”! H elp! I’m lost! Ever lost a USB

Help! I’m lost!

the save menu, not “Text document”! H elp! I’m lost! Ever lost a USB drive? Even

Ever lost a USB drive? Even if you haven’t, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll lose a few during your life. And with all the important information on it, it could be a disaster to have it fall into someone’s hands.

A good idea is to encrypt all the information on the drive, but you would still want it back, wouldn’t you? Luckily, the folks at the Daily Cup Of Tech have come up with a solution.

Save a program called “Help! I’m Lost!” on the drive, that a finder just can’t get around opening. The program opens a message box with your personal “I’m lost” message. It’s a

good idea to offer the finder a bigger reward than the drive itself, so that they’ll be interested in contacting you.

itself, so that they’ll be interested in contacting you. H ide the drive inside something W

Hide the drive inside something

in contacting you. H ide the drive inside something W hy not surprise your friends and

Why not surprise your friends and co-workers by sticking something that looks like a broken USB cable into the computer’s USB drive?

You’ll be sure to get a few shocked faces when you start to play a movie from it.

The guys from Technobuzz.net show us how to do it. (You are gonna need an unbelievably small thumb drive for this…)

Secure your PCgonna need an unbelievably small thumb drive for this…) Just like with an RFID badge, you

Just like with an RFID badge, you can use a USB drive to lock and unlock a PC. Insert it to begin working and pull it out when you’ve finished, locking the computer. There are several programs for this . Rohos, a commercial program and WiKID, a semi-open source one.

If you really need to secure your computer with a USB drive, I suggest you give Rohos a try, as WiKID is rather complicated.

you give Rohos a try, as WiKID is rather complicated. P ortable jukebox Don’t just carry

Portable jukebox

Don’t just carry the music with you, also carry the player! You can install audio programs such as WinAmp and CoolPlayer+ on your thumb drive. Just unextract the ZIP folders to the USB drive.

If you want the jukebox to start up automatically when you connect the memory stick to the computer, use the autorun feature shown tip 3 and point it to the exe of your audio player.

Encrypt your data If you carry any sensitive indormation on your USB memory stick, a

If you carry any sensitive indormation on your USB memory stick, a good idea is to encrypt it. Hardware-level encryption will help, but it will cost extra. You can get a free program to encrypt your data just as securely. For this I recommend TrueCrypt, but most others will also do.

You will need admin access on the computer you want to use your encrypted thumb drive on, so this it’s usability a little.

thumb drive on, so this it’s usability a little. R un a standalone OS for dedicated

Run a standalone OS for dedicated tasks

The easiest OS to boot from a USB drive is probably Linux. There are many small capacity Linux versions out there that will fit on your drive. The best 3 are Puppy Linux, Damn Small Linux and Webconverger.

Make sure you select a version that needs less space than your USB drive’s maximum, so you have room for files and software.

And this leads us nicely to the final tip…

and software. And this leads us nicely to the final tip… Run Windows itself from a

What you’ll need:

1. A licensed copy of Windows

2. A USB device, min. 1GB (We recommend a USB hard disk, as a flash memory stick will become unusable after 100000 writing processes. Assuming that only 2 processes are used per second, the drive will last only 60 days with 8 hours of work each day… A hard disk doesn’t have this problem.)

TURN ON UR PC IN JUST 10 SECONDS

Alright so u wanna know how to turn the pc on in 10 seconds (may vary)heres what

u have to do to turn ur pc on in 10 seconds

Well go to run

n type Regedit

press enter this will open Registery Editor

now look for the key

HKEY_LOACAL_MECHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ContentIndex

now there find the Key Called “Startup Delay” Double Click On It Now where its Base Click Decimal Now its Default Value Is 4800000 (75300:hexadecimal) Change The Value To 40000 here u go u have done it now close the Registery Editor and Restart Your Computer

All’s Done…