Posts Tagged ‘panel’

How to create a custom administration panel in Windows 7

Many people find it annoying that they have to open many different windows for each administration tool (Services, Event Viewer, Performance, etc.). Well, creating a custom administration panel in Windows is actually pretty easy. Most admin panels are actually plugins for the Microsoft Management Console (a.k.a. MMC).

First, we’ll have to open MMC. Type mmc in the Start menu Search box and press Enter:
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How to disable the delete confirmation dialog in Windows 7

When deleting a file Windows asks you :Are you sure you want to move this file to the Recycle Bin?\" with the following dialog:. Read the rest of this entry »

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Creating a round corner css website layout

We all want to build clean CSS web pages, right? But what we could do more than just that and make it have rounded corners, flashy unlimited levels menu and a flash dynamic news feed on the right panel? Something like this web 2.0 template with nice round CSS corners and a right panel with a flash dynamic news feed. Here is my layout: Read the rest of this entry »

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Add Transition Effects between Movie Clips in Windows Movie Maker

Windows Movie Maker is well known Video Editing application for home users implemented in Microsoft Windows. With him, every home user can capture, edit and export his home movies to another home video camera, digital video recording device or just on DVD discs.

Non-professional home videos are specific with short movie clips scenes, because the recording of live scenes are spontaneous and without any preparation like lights, decors, etc. For this we just hurry press Record button on the camera and press it again when the action scene is finished. For this on one video storage (video tape, miniDVD, memory card) very frequently have written many video files with short duration. To get more smooth performance when playback it is good to insert some transition effects on the clips to get some blending feel on the audience when the video scenes are changing.

With this tutorial I will show you how to add transition effects between movie clips in Windows Movie Maker.

First Import your video clips into Collections like shown on the picture below: Read the rest of this entry »

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How to get Vendor ID and Device ID of your hardware

In this tutorial I will guilde you how to find out the device and vendor IDs of a hardware component in Windows XP. Even that for the example here we use the sound card this tutorial is valid for almost any type of hardware in your computer. For example using this tutorial you get the IDs of your modem, lan card, Fire Wire card and so on.

In the demonstration we have used Windows XP operating system with installed Service Pack 3. However, the tutorial is valid for all operating systems from Microsoft Corporation after Windows 98. This includes Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 Server, Windows Vista and Windows 7. To be able to follow the steps it is recommended that you have an user with Administrative privileges to the system.

First Step is to right click on the My Computer icon on your Desktop. Once the menu opens go to Manage option. Read the rest of this entry »

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Disable hardware device permanently

In this tutorial i will demonstrate you how to disable permanently your sound card in Windows XP. even that for the example here we use the sound card this tutorial is valid for almost any type of peripheral hardware in your computer. For example using this tutorial you can disable your modem, lan card, Fire Wire port and so on.

In the demonstration we have used Windows XP operating system with installed Service Pack 3. However, the tutorial is valid for all operating systems from Microsoft Corporation after Windows 98. This includes Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 Server, Windows Vista and Windows 7. To be able to follow the steps it is recommended that you have an user with Administrative privileges to the system.

First Step is to right click on the My Computer icon on your Desktop. Once the menu opens go to Manage option. Read the rest of this entry »

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Gnome Keyboard Indicator with Country Flags

In this tutorial we will give you step by step instructions go to []show country flags in Gnome Keyboard Indicator.

1. If you do not have the got a language indicator attached to your panel, right click on the desired panel and select Add to Panel, find Keyboard Indicator near the bottom of the pop up dialogue, highlight it and click Add, then Close. Read the rest of this entry »

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Apache Domain Set

In this tutorial I will show you how you can attach your domain with apache and create a subdomain.

Which is the first and most important – to have a real IP address
Once you have a real IP address and domain you just bought shifting DNS servers from the domain control panel with your real IP. So much better but now comes the hard part for me personally that I created many problems but I made it. Open Apache httpd.conf, find the following lines: Read the rest of this entry »

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Dreamweaver Tutorial – Step By Step

Dreamweaver is a professional program for creating web pages. Among the many software products of various competing companies, Dreamweaver is probably one of the best and most functional programs. As well as keeping other web standards, this product differs from other web design programs that not too many superfluous superimposed code and in most cases, pages made with it are compatible with all browsers.

In this tutorial we will examine only the most basic steps in creating an HTML page. We will use Macromedia Dreamweaver MX2004.

Start the program. Once loaded, the first thing that appears is a window that you create a new document. From the Create New, select HTML. Read the rest of this entry »

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Buffalo WHR-G54S LAN Config

We will continue with Buffalo WHR-G54S Tutorials and now I will show you Buffalo WHR-G54S LAN Config section.

When you login to administrative panel of wireless router go to Advanced ( at top of the page ), next open LAN Config menu from the left and LAN Port.

Here you can specify LAN Side IP Address or leave it 192.168.11.1. Also you can connect Buffalo Wireless Router to existing LAN. Just type unused IP Address from this network.

The same thing you have to set for Subnet Mask. Leave default 255.255.255.0 or set Subnet Mask of existing LAN.

If you want to use built in DHCP server enable it and set DHCP IP Address Pool from which IP addresses will be distribute to DHCP Clients. This IP address have to be from LAN Side IP Address.
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