Thursday, 28 February 2013

How to Remove or Add Credentials in windows.

Hi Folks,

Today let's have a look at how to add or remove credentials in windows.


Step 1:    In windows Run box (pressing super-L(the button with windows logo) along with R),
    Step 1.1: Type "Control keymgr.dll" to open your windows vault(where credentials for your network drives, etc will be stored).
    Step 1.2: Or type "Control Userpasswords2" then click "Advanced" tab and then click "Manage Passwords".
   
Step 2: In the credentials manager you can add or remove username/passwords.

For the credentials of users,

    In windows Run box type "Control Userpasswords" the hit return(enter).
   
    There you can change the passwords.


Enjoy.

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Creating a folder without name in Windows


Hi Folks,

Have you guys ever tried to create a folder without a name in windows??
And, are you guys were able to succeed in that??

I think no.

So, Are you ready to do that now??

Follow the simple steps.

  1. Create a folder.
  2. Right-Click on the folder and select rename.
  3. Now press Alt + 255 (If you was on a Laptop press NUMLOCK key before Renaming).
  4. Hit Return(Enter).

Ta Da......

Now you succeeded.

Friday, 1 February 2013

Java Compiler Plug-ins in Java 8 (Use a new plug-in mechanism to extend the Java compiler with new behavior)

Is Linux machines Immune to virus?????

Hi Folks,

Every body of us have heard that Linux machines are Immune to viruses.
But, the truth is NOOOOOO.....

Yeah, every computer system is subject to virus attacks.

But, the impact of virus will not be as much as in a windows machine(good news).
Because of the superuser permissions of linux systems.

So, your linux machine will be immune to viral system if you know what to run.
Especially, when giving permission for something to run.

Need to know about some of the linux viruses, follow the link
    http://www.unixmen.com/meet-linux-viruses/
Need to know how viruses ase spread commonly, follow the link
    http://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/284124-myth-busting-is-linux-immune-to-viruses
Need an overview of Viruses and trojan horses, follow the link
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_malware#Viruses_and_trojan_horses