Linkin Park - LIVE from Road To Revolution DVD

Posted by Shashank Krishna Wednesday, November 26, 2008

“One Step Closer” “From The Inside” ”No More Sorrow” ”Given Up” ”Lying From You” ”Hands Held High” ”Leave Out All the Rest” ”Numb” ”The Little Things Give You Away” ”Breaking the Habit” ”Shadow of the Day” ”Crawling” ”In the End” ”Pushing Me Away” ”What I've Done” “Numb/Encore” (featuring Jay-Z) “Jigga What/Faint” (featuring Jay-Z) “Bleed It Out”

Linkin Park - Leave Out All The Rest - LIVE from Road To Revolution DVD










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LINKIN PARK...."Road to Revolution" Release Date Moved Up To 11/25!

Posted by Shashank Krishna Sunday, November 23, 2008

Linkin Park have announced November 25th as the release date for their new live CD/DVD.

Entitled Road To Revolution, the album will contain 18 tracks, all recorded live in concert.


The double-disc set captures the band's June 29th, 2008 show at the Milton Keynes National Bowl in South East England. The stop was part of the sold-out European leg of this past summer's Projekt Revolution tour.

"Over the course of the past few years, we've played more than two hundred Projekt Rev shows to hundreds of thousands of fans, and while each of those gigs has been special, the Milton Keynes show has been one of the most memorable," says Linkin Park co-lead vocalist Chester Bennington. "It was one of those nights where the band and audience come together as one, and we wanted to share that experience with the fans that couldn't be there."

Road To Revolution will be packaged in recyclable eco-friendly materials and contain hidden bonus tracks as well as a multi-page booklet that includes exclusive, live photos.


How To Download From MegaVideo 100% Working

Posted by Shashank Krishna Tuesday, November 18, 2008

YouTube is the most popular video sharing site but MegaVideo also good. You can find good quality video on MegaVideo and the video have long duration than YouTube video. The problem is downloading video from MegaVideo not easy as downloading video from YouTube. You can’t download from MegaVideo using or using Firefox add-on. Couple of days a go finally i found way to download video from MegaVideo. This trick is new and working.

How to Download Video From MegaVideo :

1. You need to install IDM. Be sure to close your browser before you install it.

2. Now go to MegaVideo and play a video, wait until buffering finish.

3. Right click some on megavideo page. Don’t right on player area.

4. On right click menu choose Download last requested video (Firefox) or Download FLV video content with IDM (IE) and choose video listed.

5. IDM should starting download video.

If you have any problem, please post comment here.


Exiting Windows the Cool and Quick Way

Posted by Shashank Krishna Sunday, November 16, 2008

Normally it takes a hell lot of time just Shutting down Windows, you have to move your mouse to the Start Button, click on it, move it again over Shut Down, click, then move it over the necessary option and click, then move the cursor over the OK button and once again (you guessed it) click.This whole process can be shortened by creating shortcuts on the Desktop which will shut down Windows at the click of a button. Start by creating a new shortcut( right click and select New> Shortcut). Then in the command line box, type (without the quotes.)
'C:\windows\rundll.exe user.exe,exitwindowsexec'
This Shortcut on clicking will restart Windows immediately without any Warning. To create a Shortcut to Restarting Windows, type the following in the Command Line box:
'c:\windows\rundll.exe user.exe,exitwindows'
This Shortcut on clicking will shut down Windows immediately without any Warning.


Google Introduces Video Chat

Posted by Shashank Krishna Friday, November 14, 2008


oogle’s making progress towards taking over the world. In a big day of new offerings, the Internet God announced yesterday the ability for users to video chat and check on the status of the flu outbreak. Odd combination, but useful nevertheless.

As such, Skype and iChat should probably start getting nervous. With Google video chat, they may just become obsolete. It’s nothing against their services, but Google is not a force to be reckoned with. The new video chat feature allows anyone with a web cam to talk for free simply by selecting “start video chat” while in a Gmail chat window.

On a strange, but somehow related note, Google also launched Google Flu Trends yesterday with the help of U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The idea developed after Google discovered that there is a relationship between the frequency of search queries about the flu and the number of people who have flu-like symptoms in a specific area. The high tech flu tracking system can be automatically updated and thus provide earlier warnings of an influenza outbreak.

Face-to-face chats Is there anything Google can’t do?


WINDOWS XP hacks! at a glance......

Posted by Shashank Krishna Friday, November 7, 2008


y favorite windows XP tweaks

goes better as u go down(d page ofcourse )

Shutdown XP Faster

Like previous versions of windows, it takes long time to restart or shutdown windows
XP when the "Exit Windows" sound is enabled. To solve this problem you must disable this
useless sound.
· Click Start button.
· Go to settings> Control Panel> Sound, Speech and Audio devices> Sounds and Audio
Devices> Sounds.
· Then under program events and windows menu click on "Exit Windows" sub-menu and
highlight it. Now from sounds you can select, choose "none" and then click Apply and
Now you should see some improvements when shutting down your system.

Speed Up Detailed View in Explorer

If you like to view your files in Windows Explorer using the "Details" view here is a
tweak to speed up the listing of file attributes:
Viewing files in Windows Explorer using the "Details" mode shows various attributes
associated with each file shown. Some of these must be retrieved from the individual
files when you click on the directory for viewing. For a directory with numerous and
relatively large files (such as a folder in which one stores media, eg: *.mp3's, *.avi's
etc.), Windows Explorer lags as it reads through each one. Here's how to disable viewing
of unwanted attributes and speed up file browsing:
· Open Windows Explorer.
· Navigate to the folder which you wish to optimize.
· In "Details" mode right-click the bar at the top which displays the names of the
attribute columns.
· Uncheck any that are unwanted/unneeded.
Explorer will apply your preferences immediately, and longs lists of unnecessary
attributes will not be displayed.
Likewise, one may choose to display any information which is regarded as needed,
getting more out of Explorer.

Easily Disable Messenger
Go into: C:/Program Files/Messenger. Rename the Messenger folder to "MessengerOFF".
This does not slow down Outlook Express or hinder system performance

Turn Off System Restore to Save Space
By default, Windows XP keeps a backup of system files in the System Volume Information
folder. This can eat up valuable space on your hard drive. If you don't want Windows to
back up your system files:
· Open the Control Panel.
· Double-click on System.
· Click the System Restore tab.
· Check "Turn off System Restore on all drives".
· Hit Apply.
· You may now delete the System Volume Information folder.
Warning! If you turn this off you will not be able to use Windows System Restore to
restore your system in case of failure.

Very Slow Boot When Networking
On some XP Pro installations, when connected to a network (peer-peer in this case),
the computer boot time is over 1:40. The system seems to freeze after logging in and the
desktop may not appear or will freeze for a minute. As timed with the utility,
Bootvis.exe, the problem was with the driver mrxsmb.dll, adding over 67 seconds to the
boot time. Turning off and restoring file and printer sharing eliminated 65 seconds from
the boot time.
· Alt-click (or right-click) on Network Places> Properties.
· Alt-click on Ethernet Adapter connection> Properties.
· Un-check "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks"> OK.
· Reboot.
· If you need file or printer sharing, repeat the above, re-check the box and re-boot

Very Slow Boot When Networking
On some XP Pro installations, when connected to a network (peer-peer in this case),
the computer boot time is over 1:40. The system seems to freeze after logging in and the
desktop may not appear or will freeze for a minute. As timed with the utility,
Bootvis.exe, the problem was with the driver mrxsmb.dll, adding over 67 seconds to the
boot time. Turning off and restoring file and printer sharing eliminated 65 seconds from
the boot time.
· Alt-click (or right-click) on Network Places> Properties.
· Alt-click on Ethernet Adapter connection> Properties.
· Un-check "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks"> OK.
· Reboot.
· If you need file or printer sharing, repeat the above, re-check the box and re-boot
Easy Way to Adjust LargeSystemCache
Normally, the tweak I've seen asks you to go into
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management and change the
value to either O or 1 to the adjustment the LargeSystemCache.
However, in Windows XP, all you have to do is:
· Right-click My Computer.
· Select Properties.
· Click Advanced.
· Choose Performance.
· Click Advanced again.
· Select either Programs or System Cache under Memory Usage.
Programs = 0 for the registry tweak equivalent
System Cache = 1 for the registry tweak equivalent
· On NT Server (in this case XP), the Large System Cache option is enabled, but
disabled on Workstation. The two different settings effect how the cache manager
allocates free memory. If the Large Cache option is on, the manager marks all the free
memory, which isn't being used by the system and/or applications, as freely available for
disk caching.
· On the flip-side (with a small cache), the manager instead only sets aside 4MB of
memory for disk caching in an attempt to accelerate the launch of applications. Or in a
more technical approach, if enabled the system will favor system-cache working sets over
process working sets (with a working set basically being the memory used by components of
a process).

Correcting System Hang at Startup
If your system hangs about 2 or 3 minutes at startup, where you can't access the Start
button or the Taskbar, it may be due to one specific service (Background Intelligent
Transfer) running in the background. Microsoft put out a patch for this but it didn't
work for me. Here's what you do:
· Click on Start/Run, type 'msconfig', then click 'OK'.
· Go to the 'Services' tab, find the 'Background Intelligent Transfer' service.
· Disable it, apply the changes & reboot.

Disable XP Boot Logo
It is possible to disable the XP splash screen, which will slightly speed up the
overall boot process. Be aware that removing the splash screen will also cause you not
to see any boot-up messages that might come up (chkdsk, convert ... ), but if your system
runs without any problems then it should not matter.
· Edit boot.ini.
· Add " /noguiboot" right after "/fastdetect".
Upon restarting, the splash screen will be gone. It can be re-enabled by removing the
new switch.

Slow Network Access Not Always Due to Scheduled Tasks Check
If you have very slow access to your network computers through "My Network Places" and
have already deleted the Registry entry calling for a check of Scheduled Tasks on the
other network computers (documented elsewhere on this site) AND you have multiple network
adaptors (i.e. a cable or DSL connection through one NIC and an internal network using a
second NIC) check the following:
· Right-click on "My Network Places", go to Properties.
· Right-click on the NIC that your cable/DSL connects to, and choose Properties.
· Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and click on Properties.
· Click on "Advanced", go to "WINS" tab, and chose Disable NetBios over TCP/IP.
· When you are back at your Network Connections page, right-click on the Broadband
· Choose "Properties", click on the Networking tab.
· Again, choose TCP/IP, Properties, Advanced, WINS, and select "disable NetBios over

Turn Off Indexing to Speed Up XP
Windows XP keeps a record of all files on the hard disk so when you do a search on the
hard drive it is faster. There is a downside to this and because the computer has to
index all files, it will slow down normal file commands like open, close, etc. If you do
not do a whole lot of searches on your hard drive then you may want to turn this feature
· Open My Computer.
· Right-click your hard drive icon and select Properties.
· At the bottom of the window you'll see "Allow indexing service to index this disk
for faster searches," uncheck this and click ok.
· A new window will pop up and select Apply to all folders and subfolders.
It will take a minute or two for the changes to take affect but then you should enjoy
slightly faster performance.

Clean Your Prefetch to Improve Performance
This is a unique technique for WinXP. We know that it is necessary to scrub registry
and TEMP files for Win9X/ME/2000 periodically. Prefetch is a new and very useful
technique in Windows XP. However, after using XP some time, the prefetch directory can
get full of junk and obsolete links in the Prefetch catalog, which can slow down your
computer noticeably.
· Open C(system drive):/windows/prefetch, delete those junk and obsolete files,
reboot. It is recommended that you do this every month.

Remove Hibernation File
If you do not use hibernation, make sure you do not have it enabled, which reserves
disk space equal to your RAM. If you have a hidden file on the root directory of your
C-drive called hiberfil.sys, hibernation is enabled. To remove that file:
· Go to Control Panel, select Performance and Maintenance, Power Options, Hibernate
tab, and uncheck the Enable hibernation box.

Performance Increase Through My Computer
Easy enough tweak to usually find out about it on your own, but still, some of us
still don't find it right away. So here it is:
· Start > right-click on My Computer and select Properties.
· Click on the "Advanced" tab.
· See the "Performance" section? Click "Settings".
· Disable the following:
Fade or slide menus into view
Fade or slide ToolTips into view
Fade out menu items after clicking
Show Shadows under menus
Slide open combo boxes
Slide taskbar buttons
Use a background image for each folder type
Use common tasks in folders
There, now Windows will still look nice and perform faster.
Reduce 10 Second Scandisk Wait Time
· Start MS Dos Prompt (Start run CMD), and type: CHKNTFS /T:4
where 4 is the amount of wait time.
for more info.
DMA Mode on IDE Devices
Just like Windows 2000, Windows XP still fails to set the DMA mode correctly for the
IDE device designated as the slaves on the primary IDE and secondary IDE channels. Most
CD-ROMS are capable of supporting DMA mode, but the default in XP is still PIO. Setting
it to DMA won't make your CD-ROM faster, but it will consume less CPU cycles. Here's
· Open the Device Manager. One way to do that is to right-click on "My Computer",
select the Hardware tab, and select Device Manager.
· Expand "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" and double-click on "Primary IDE Channel".
· Under the "Advanced Settings" tab, check the "Device 1" setting. More than likely,
your current transfer mode is set to PIO.
· Set it to "DMA if available".
· Repeat the step for the "Secondary IDE Channel" if you have devices attached to it.

Load Internet Explorer the Fastest Way Possible
· Edit your link to start Internet Explorer to have -nohome after it. For Example:
"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE" -nohome
This will load internet explorer very fast because it does not load a web page while
it is loading. If you want to go to your homepage after it is loaded, just click on the
home button.
Remove Messenger
· Go to Start/Run, and type: "rundll32 setupapi,InstallHinfSection BLC.Remove 128
Auto Login
· Go to Start/Run, and type 'control userpasswords2'.
· From Users Tab, Uncheck "Users must enter ...."
· A dialog will allow setting a user and password to be used automatically.

Turn Off Autoplay for Program CDs
How can you stop Windows XP from launching program CDs?
· Click Start, click Run, type GPEDIT.MSC to open Group Policy in the Microsoft
Management Console.
· Double-click Computer Configuration, double-click Administrative templates,
double-click System, and then click Turn off autoplay.
· The instructions on your screen describe how to configure this setting. Click
Properties to display the setting dialog.
· Click Enabled, and choose CD-ROM drives, then click OK, to stop CD autoplay.
This setting does not prevent Autoplay for music CDs.

Change Drive Letters in Windows XP
When you add drives to your computer, such as an extra hard drive, a CD drive, or a
storage device that corresponds to a drive, Windows automatically assigns letters to the
drives. However, this assignment might not suit your system; for example, you might have
mapped a network drive to the same letter that Windows assigns to a new drive. When you
want to change drive letters, follow these steps:
· Right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
· Under Computer Management, click Disk Management. In the right pane, you'll see
your drives listed. CD-ROM drives are listed at the bottom of the pane.
· Right-click the drive or device you want to change, and then click Change Drive
Letter and Paths.
· Click Change, click Assign the following drive letter, click the drive letter you
want to assign, and then click OK

Do Not Highlight Newly Installed Programs
Tired of that annoying little window that pops up to tell you that new software is
installed? If it gets in the way when you're logging off, turn it off completely. To do
· Click Start, right-click at the top of the Start menu where your name is displayed,
and then click Properties.
· In the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box, on the Start Menu tab, click
· Click the Advanced tab, and then clear the Highlight newly installed programs check
· Click OK, and then click OK again.

Change the Default Opening Folder in Windows Explorer
By default, Windows Explorer opens showing the My Documents folder. To change the
default setting so that all top-level drives and folders are shown, follow these steps:
· Click Start> Programs> Accessories, then right-click Windows Explorer, and click
· Under Target field, which reads %SystemRoot%\explorer.exe, add to make the line

You Can Bypass the Recycle Bin On the Fly.
To bypass the Recycle Bin on a one-time basis, when you are deleting a file (or a
group of selected files):
· Press and hold down the shift-key while you press the del-key (or use the delete
command). You receive the following confirmation-request message:
Are you sure you want to send
to the Recycle Bin?
Identify a 16-bit Program
· Use Windows Explorer to open the folder that contains the program's executable
(.exe) file.
· Right-click the .exe file, and then click Properties.
· A 16-bit program does not have a Version tab in this dialog box.

Internet Connection Sharing
To enable Internet Connection Sharing on a network connection:
· Open Network Connections.
· Click the dial-up, local area network, PPPoE, or VPN connection you want to share.
· Then, under Network Tasks, click Change settings of this connection.
· On the Advanced tab, select the Allow other network users to connect through this
computer's Internet connection
check box.
· If you want this connection to dial automatically when another computer on your home
or small office network
attempts to access external resources, select the Establish a dial-up connection
whenever a computer on my network
attempts to access the Internet check box.
· If you want other network users to enable or disable the shared Internet connection,
select the Allow other network
users to control or disable the shared Internet connection check box. Under Internet
Connection Sharing, in Home networking connection, select any adapter that connects the
computer sharing its Internet connection to the other computers on your network.

Win XP Won't Completely Shutdown
· Go to Control Panel, then go to Power Options.
· Click on the APM tab, then check the "Enable Advanced Power Management support."
· Shut down your PC.
It should now successfully complete the Shut Down process.

Turn Off CD Auto Play
· Open My Computer.
· Right-click on your CD-ROM and choose Properties.
· Click on the Auto Play tab.
· In the drop down box you can choose the action for each choice shown in the drop
down box.
· or Go to Start> Run> type gpedit.msc
· Go to Computer Config> Administrative Template> System.
· Double-click Turn off Autoplay.
· Enable it.

This is for broad band connections, though it might work for dial up.
· Make sure your logged on as actually "Administrator".
· Start->Run->type gpedit.msc
· Expand the "Local Computer Policy" branch.
· Expand the "Administrative Templates" branch.
· Expand the "Network Branch".
· Highlight the "QoS Packet Scheduler" in left window.
· In right window double-click the "Limit Reservable Bandwidth" setting.
· On setting tab check the "Enabled" item.
· Where it says "Bandwidth limit %" change it to read 0.
Effect is immediate on some systems, some need to re-boot. This is more of a "counter
what XP does" thing. In other words, programs can request up to 20% of the bandwidth be
reserved for them, even with QoS disabled.

Increase Your Cable Modem or DSL Speed in XP
This tweak is for broad band cable connections on stand alone machines with WinXP
professional version - might work on Home version also. It may also work with networked
machines as well.
This tweak assumes that you have let WinXP create a connection on install for your
cable modem/NIC combination and that your connection has tcp/ip - QoS - file and print
sharing - and client for Microsoft networks , only, installed. It also assumes that
WinXP will detect your NIC and has in-box drivers for it. If it doesn't do not try
· In the "My Network Places" properties (right-click on the desktop icon and choose
properties), highlight the connection
then at the menu bar choose "Advanced" then "Advanced Settings". Uncheck the two
boxes in the lower half for the
bindings for File and Printer sharing and Client for MS networks. Click OK.
· From the Windows XP CD in the support directory from the support cab, extract the
file netcap.exe and place it in a
directory on your hard drive or even in the root of your C:\ drive.
· Next, open up a command prompt window and change directories to where you put
netcap.exe. then type "netcap/?".
It will list some commands that are available for netcap and a netmon driver will be
installed. At the bottom you will
see your adapters. You should see two of them if using a 3Com card. One will be for
LAN and the other will be for
WAN something or other.
· Next type "netcap/Remove". This will remove the netmon driver.
· Open up Control Panel->System->Dev Man and look at your network adapters. You
should now see two of them and one will have a yellow ! on it. Right-click on the one
without the yellow ! and choose uninstall. YES! You are uninstalling your network
adapter, continue with the uninstall. Do not restart yet.
· Check your connection properties to make sure that no connection exists. If you get
a wizard just cancel out of it.
Now re-start the machine.
· After re-start go to your connection properties again and you should have a new
connection called "Local area connection 2". Highlight the connection, then at the menu
bar choose "Advanced" then "Advanced Settings". Uncheck the two boxes in the lower half
for the bindings for File and Printer sharing and Client for MS networks. Click OK.
· Choose connection properties and uncheck the "QOS" box.
· Re-start the machine.
After restart enjoy the increased responsiveness of IE, faster page loading, and a
connection speed boost.
Why it works, it seems that windows XP, in its zeal to make sure every base is covered
installs two separate versions of the NIC card. One you do not normally see in any
properties. Remember the "netcap/?" command above showing two different adapters? The LAN
one is the one you see. The invisible one loads everything down and its like your running
two separate cards together, sharing a connection among two cards, this method breaks
this "bond" and allows the NIC to run un-hindered.

Change the Start Menu Style
Does the new Windows XP Start menu take up too much space on your desktop? You can
easily change the look back to the Windows Classic Start menu by following these steps:
· Right-click the Start button, and then click Properties.
· Click Classic Start menu.
· Click the Customize button to select items to display on the Start menu.
By default, selecting the Classic Start menu also adds the My Documents, My Computer,
My Network Places, and Internet Explorer icons to your desktop.

Display Hibernate Option on the Shut Down dialog
For some reason, Hibernate isn't available from the default Shut Down dialog. But you
can enable it simply enough, by holding down the shift-key while the dialog is visible.
Now you see it, now you don't!

My Computer Won't Shut Down Itself After Installing XP
There are a number of users who have been complaining that their PC will no longer
automatically power down/shut off without pressing the power off button on the computers
unlike in Windows Me/95/2000. There could be a number of reasons for this, but the main
one seems to be that ACPI is not enabled on the computer or in Windows XP:
· Click Start> Control Panel> Performance and Maintenance> Power Options tab.
· Then click APM> Enable Advanced Power Management Support

Modify Settings to Improve Performance
Windows XP uses processor time to handle system performance according to default
settings, which can be adjusted for your computing needs. Also, settings that govern
visual effects enhance the appearance of the Windows XP interface, but can slow down
performance. You can fine-tune settings in Windows XP Professional to improve
· Right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.
· Click the Advanced tab, and in the Performance area, click Settings.
· On the Visual Effects tab, click the Custom radio button, and then select which UI
features to disable to improve performance.
· Click the Advanced tab, and in the Processor scheduling area, click the Background
services radio button. Selecting this option means that background tasks that you want
to run while you work, such as backup utilities or print jobs, will share processor time
equally with programs.
You may need to be logged on as an Administrator to make these changes. Note that
applying these settings may change your current desktop theme.

How to Perform Disk Error Checking in Windows XP
This article describes how to check the integrity of the hard disk drive in Windows
XP. After you install Windows XP, the Scandisk command is not available.
· Double-click My Computer, and then right-click the hard disk drive that you want to
· Click Properties, and then click Tools.
· Under Error-checking, click Check Now.
· Click Start.

One-Click Shutdown
If you have Clean Sweep Deluxe, you should disable it before proceeding. Follow these
directions to create a one-click shutdown shortcut:
· Navigate to your Desktop.
· On the Desktop, right-click and go to New, then to Shortcut (in other words, create
a new shortcut).
· You should now see a pop-up window instructing you to enter a command line path.
Enter one of these as the path: SHUTDOWN -s -t 01
· If the C: drive is not your local hard drive, then replace "C" with the correct
letter of the hard drive.
· Click the "Next" button.
· Name the shortcut and click the "Finish" button.
Now whenever you want to shut down, just click on this shortcut and you're done.
Also, if you want to make life better and faster, you can right-click the new shortcut
you just made, go to Properties, and type in X (or whatever letter) in the Shortcut Key

Move the Paging File in Windows XP
This article describes how to change the location of the paging file in Windows XP.
The paging file is the area on the hard disk that Windows uses as if it were random
access memory (RAM) This is sometimes known as "virtual memory." By default, Windows
stores this file on the same partition as the Windows system files. You can increase the
performance of Windows, and increase free space on the boot partition, by moving this
file to a different partition.
· Log on to the computer as Administrator.
· Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
· Click Performance and Maintenance, and then click System.
· Click the Advanced tab, and then under Performance, click Settings.
· Click the Advanced tab, and then under Virtual memory, click Change.
· In the Drive [Volume Label] list, click a drive other than the one on which Windows
is installed (Windows is usually installed on the drive C). Under Total paging file size
for all drives, note the value that is displayed next to Recommended.
· Click Custom size, and then type the recommended value in the Initial size (MB) box.
Type the maximum size that you want to allow for paging in the Maximum size (MB) box,
and then click Set.
· In the Drive [Volume Label] box, click the drive on which Windows is installed
(usually the drive C), and then use one of the following steps:
· If you do not want a paging file on the drive, click No paging file, and then click
Set. A message similar to the following message appears:
If the pagefile on volume C: has an initial size of less than 126 megabytes, then the
system may not be able to create a debugging information file if a STOP error occurs.
Continue anyway?
· Click Yes.
· If you want to keep the minimum size of the paging file on the drive, click Custom
size, and then type a value that is equal to or greater than the amount of RAM in the
computer in the Initial size (MB) box. Type that same value in the Maximum size (MB)
box, and then click Set.
The following message appears:
The changes you have made require you to restart your computer before they can take
· Click OK, click OK, click OK.
· Then click Yes when you are prompted to restart the computer.

Long Pause During Windows Startup Process

After you choose to start Windows from the Boot menu, you may experience a long delay
(or pause) before your computer finishes starting. Note that this delay may range from
10 seconds to a minute. Also, this delay occurs before the Starting Windows progress bar
appears, and your computer may appear to stop responding (hang) during this time.
This behavior can occur if Windows is installed on a drive or a partition to which
Windows cannot gain access with normal Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) INT-13 or INT-13
extension calls. When Windows Setup determines it cannot use BIOS calls to start, it
uses scsi() or signature() syntax in the Boot.ini file instead of multi() syntax.
When booting a system that requires scsi() or signature() syntax, Ntldr loads an
additional device driver (Ntbootdd.sys) to initialize and interrogate the boot
controllers in your computer. Ntldr then seeks the associated boot drive attached to the
controller to finish loading the kernel. These additional operations take more time in
Windows because of the Plug and Play nature of the operating system.
This behavior is expected, however, Windows Setup may use scsi() or signature()
syntax, even if your computer can boot using the normal BIOS calls. This may occur on
Integrated Drive Electronics-based computers when using a large capacity boot drive. In
this case, you can try adding an additional entry in the Boot.ini file and use multi()
syntax on the new entry to boot from. Note that if this works, your computer starts
without pausing.

How to Rename Multiple Files with Windows Explorer
· Click Start> All Programs> Accessories> Windows Explorer.
· Press and hold down the Ctrl-key while you are clicking files.
· After you select the files, press F2.
· Type the new name, and then press ENTER.
Note: When you complete the preceding steps, the highlighted state of all files
except one disappears, so it may appear as if you are only renaming one file. However,
after you press ENTER, all of the files are renamed. When you rename multiple files, all
of the renamed files have the same name with a number in parentheses appended to the name
to make the new file name unique. For example, if you type BUDGET as the new name, the
first file is named BUDGET. All of the remaining selected files are named BUDGET(x),
where x is a unique number, starting with (1).
If you make a mistake when you try to rename multiple files, you can press Ctrl+Z, or
click Undo Rename on the Edit menu to undo file rename action you just completed, and you
can repeat this process as needed.
The Rename function in Windows Explorer does not match the behavior of the REN command
you may use at a command prompt. For example, if you had files that are named
smitha.doc, smithb.doc, and smithc.doc, you could use the ren smoth*.doc smythe*.doc
command. All file names automatically show the new spelling, and are renamed
smythea.doc, smytheb.doc, and smythec.doc.
If you use the Windows XP Rename function in Windows Explorer, after you select the
three "smith" files, and rename smitha.doc to smythea.doc, all the other files you
selected are named smythea(x).doc. To return to the original file name structure (the
use of a, b, c, etc), you must rename each file individually.

How to Customize ClearType
You can adjust the contrast setting for ClearType for your personal preference.
Although there are no tools or settings in Windows XP for doing this, the following
Microsoft Web site includes tools to turn ClearType on or off, and to adjust the
contrast: to the top
Display Appears Blurry
ClearType is designed to enhance LCD displays. ClearType may appear slightly blurry
on standard desktop monitors and on some LCD displays. You may be able to improve this
by customizing ClearType as described in the "How to Customize ClearType" section of this
In rare cases, perceived blurriness is caused by a manufacturing anomaly on LCD
displays in which the normal striping of red-green-blue is reversed with blue-green-red.
Currently, there is no support in Windows XP ClearType to compensate for this anomaly.
This could be the problem in cases in which none of the ClearType contrast settings look
good on a particular LCD display. In those cases, it may be best to turn off ClearType.

How to Change the Length of Time That Your Computer Is Inactive Before Your Status
Becomes "Away"

This article describes the "Away" status in Windows Messenger. This article also
describes how to change the length of time that elapses before your individual status
appears as "Away" in Windows Messenger.
The "Away" status appears automatically after your computer has been inactive for a
period of time that is equal to the Wait time for your screen saver.
To manually specify "Away" as a status:
· Click File, click My Status, and then click Away.
To change the length of inactive time before your status becomes "Away,":
· Either change the screen saver Wait setting in the Windows Display Properties dialog
· or, if you want to specify a time other than the screen saver Wait time, change the
inactivity time in the Windows Messenger Options dialog box.
To change the Windows screen saver Wait setting:
· Right-click the Windows Desktop, and then click Properties.
· Click the Screen Saver tab, and then type the appropriate number of minutes in the
Wait box. (You must have a screen saver selected.)
· Click Apply.
The screen saver Wait time automatically appears in the Windows Messenger Options
dialog box as the default "Away" status wait time.
To select an "Away" status wait time that is different from your screen saver Wait
· In Windows Messenger, on the Tools menu, click Options.
· Click the Preferences tab.
· In the Show me as "Away" when I'm inactive for box, type the number of minutes.
This number overrides the screen saver setting and is the time that elapses before Away
appears next to your name on the list.

How to Change the Length of Time That Your Computer Is Inactive Before Your Status
Becomes "Away"
This article describes the "Away" status in Windows Messenger. This article also
describes how to change the length of time that elapses before your individual status
appears as "Away" in Windows Messenger.
The "Away" status appears automatically after your computer has been inactive for a
period of time that is equal to the Wait time for your screen saver.
To manually specify "Away" as a status:
· Click File, click My Status, and then click Away.
To change the length of inactive time before your status becomes "Away,":
· Either change the screen saver Wait setting in the Windows Display Properties dialog
· or, if you want to specify a time other than the screen saver Wait time, change the
inactivity time in the Windows Messenger Options dialog box.
To change the Windows screen saver Wait setting:
· Right-click the Windows Desktop, and then click Properties.
· Click the Screen Saver tab, and then type the appropriate number of minutes in the
Wait box. (You must have a screen saver selected.)
· Click Apply.
The screen saver Wait time automatically appears in the Windows Messenger Options
dialog box as the default "Away" status wait time.
To select an "Away" status wait time that is different from your screen saver Wait
· In Windows Messenger, on the Tools menu, click Options.
· Click the Preferences tab.
· In the Show me as "Away" when I'm inactive for box, type the number of minutes.
This number overrides the screen saver setting and is the time that elapses before Away
appears next to your name on the list.

How to Automate Advanced Restart Options for Dual-Boot Configurations
This article describes how to automate advanced restart options for dual-boot
configurations. If your computer is configured to dual-boot to either Windows XP or
Windows 2000, the process to boot to the other operating system can be slow.
For example, if you want to reboot into Safe mode under either operating system, you
have to watch the computer reboot, monitor the power-on self tests and various BIOS
messages, select which operating system you want to boot with from the Startup menu, and
then press F8 at the exact moment to enable the Advanced Boot menu. You can select your
Safe mode boot options from the Advanced Boot menu.
This article describes a method you can use to create a custom Advanced Restart menu
on the Start menu. You can use the Advanced Restart menu to preselect advanced restart
options before you restart your computer. After you select your restart options, you are
prompted to restart, and your computer starts with your preselected options, and does not
require that you press any keys during startup.
IMPORTANT: The following procedure assumes that you have a dual-boot configuration
with Windows XP and Windows 2000. Also, although the following procedure works
correctly, Microsoft does not support the following procedure:
· Create a shortcut that is named Advanced Restart on the Windows XP Start menu.
· For the target path, use the msconfig -4 command. For example, you might use the
c:\windows\pchealth\helpctr\binaries\msconfig.exe -4 command.
· Create the same shortcut with the same path for the Windows 2000 Start menu. This
shortcut on the Windows 2000 Start menu should use the path to the Msconfig.exe tool in
the Windows XP folder.
The "Advanced Restart" shortcut you created starts Msconfig.exe with a switch that
loads the Boot.ini file properties dialog box. From this dialog box, you can select the
default operating system, Safe mode options, and other advanced boot options. After you
select the restart options and press OK, you are prompted to restart your computer. When
your computer restarts, it starts with the options you previously selected, and does not
require that you press any keys during startup.
Note: When you boot into Windows XP or Windows 2000 after you use Msconfig.exe,
Msconfig.exe automatically starts in diagnostic mode.

Use the ultimate configuration tool (Professional Edition only)
One of the most full featured Windows XP configuration tools available is hidden right
there in your system, but most people don't even know it exists. It's called the Local
Group Policy Editor, or gpedit for short.
· Select Start and then Run.
· Then type the following: gpedit.msc
After you hit ENTER, you'll be greeted by gpedit, which lets you modify virtually
every feature in Windows XP without having to resort to regedit. Dig around and enjoy!

Expect more


Barack Obama was elected the nation's first African-American president, defeating Sen. John McCain decisively Tuesday as citizens surged to the polls in a presidential race that climaxed amid the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

"Change has come," Sen. Obama told a huge throng of cheering supporters in Chicago at a midnight rally.

In his first speech as victor, Sen. Obama catalogued the challenges ahead. "The greatest of a lifetime," he said, "two wars, a planet in peril, the worst financial crisis in a century." (See the full text of Obama's speech.)

He added, "There are many who won't agree with every decision or policy I make as president, and we know that government can't solve every problem. But I will always be honest with you about the challenges we face.''

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Click to see an interactive map of election results.

The culmination of the epic two-year campaign marks a historic moment in a nation that since its founding has struggled with racial divisions. It also ushers in a period of dominance for Democrats in Washington for the first time since the early years of President Bill Clinton's first term. With Tuesday's elections, Sen. Obama's party will control both houses of Congress as well as the White House, setting the scene for Democrats to push an ambitious agenda from health care to financial regulation to ending the war in Iraq.

In becoming the U.S.'s 44th president, Illinois Sen. Obama, 47 years old, defeated Arizona Sen. McCain, 72, a veteran lawmaker and Vietnam War hero. Despite a reputation for bucking his own party, Sen. McCain could not overcome a Democratic tide, which spurred voters to take a risk on a candidate with less than four years of national political experience. Sen. Obama is the first northern Democrat elected president since John F. Kennedy in 1960....READ MORE....


Reset Or Change Administrator Password On Windows XP

Posted by Shashank Krishna Monday, November 3, 2008

Ever wanted to change the password of an XP system.Well here's a simple way to change admin password without knowing it.
If the computer is already logged in as an admin...then open command prompt..and type

net user [your username] [new password]

Volla password changed......try it!!


If u can't even log on.....worst case.. do this

Here’s a quick and easy way to change your administrator password on Windows XP.

1. Place your Windows XP CD in your cd-rom and start your computer (it’s assumed here that your XP CD is bootable – as it should be - and that you have your bios set to boot from CD)

2. Keep your eye on the screen messages for booting to your CD Typically, it will be “Press any key to boot from CD”

3. Once you get in, the first screen will indicate that Setup is inspecting your system and loading files.

4. When you get to the Welcome to Setup screen, press ENTER to Setup Windows now

5. The Licensing Agreement comes next - Press F8 to accept it.

6. The next screen is the Setup screen which gives you the option to do a Repair.
It should read something like “If one of the following Windows XP installations is damaged, Setup can try to repair it”
Use the up and down arrow keys to select your XP installation (if you only have one, it should already be selected) and press R to begin the Repair process.

7. Let the Repair run. Setup will now check your disks and then start copying files which can take several minutes.

8. Shortly after the Copying Files stage, you will be required to reboot. (this will happen automatically – you will see a progress bar stating “Your computer will reboot in 15 seconds”

9. During the reboot, do not make the mistake of “pressing any key” to boot from the CD again! Setup will resume automatically with the standard billboard screens and you will notice Installing Windows is highlighted.

10. Keep your eye on the lower left hand side of the screen and when you see the Installing Devices progress bar, press SHIFT + F10. This is the security hole! A command console will now open up giving you the potential for wide access to your system.

11. At the prompt, type NUSRMGR.CPL and press Enter. Voila! You have just gained graphical access to your User Accounts in the Control Panel.

12. Now simply pick the account you need to change and remove or change your password as you prefer. If you want to log on without having to enter your new password, you can type control userpasswords2 at the prompt and choose to log on without being asked for password. After you’ve made your changes close the windows, exit the command box and continue on with the Repair (have your Product key handy).

13. Once the Repair is done, you will be able to log on with your new password (or without a password if you chose not to use one or if you chose not to be asked for a password). Your programs and personalized settings should remain intact.


Master Lock Code for Nokia N73 mobile phones

Posted by Shashank Krishna Wednesday, October 22, 2008

If you have lost your N73 lock code.....don't worry here i present a universal lock code
.Just CLICK HERE and then enter ur IMEI no...and volla!!!!! its done.. . Enter the subsequent code generated in place of wherever ur phone asks for a lock code.......


Saying I Love You in 100 Languages

Posted by Shashank Krishna Monday, October 20, 2008

How to say I Love You in 100 Languages

English - I love you
Afrikaans - Ek het jou lief
Albanian - Te dua
Arabic - Ana behibak (to male)
Arabic - Ana behibek (to female)
Armenian - Yes kez sirumem
Bambara - M'bi fe
Bengali - Ami tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee)
Belarusian - Ya tabe kahayu
Bisaya - Nahigugma ako kanimo
Bulgarian - Obicham te
Cambodian - Soro lahn nhee ah
Catalan - T'estimo
Cherokee - Tsi ge yu i
Cheyenne - Ne mohotatse
Chichewa - Ndimakukonda
Cantonese - Ngo oiy ney a
Mandarin - Wo ai ni
Comanche - U kamakutu nu
(pronounced oo----ka-ma-koo-too-----nu) -- Thx Tony
Corsican - Ti tengu caru (to male)
Cree - Kisakihitin
Creol - Mi aime jou
Croatian - Volim te
Czech - Miluji te
Danish - Jeg Elsker Dig
Dutch - Ik hou van jou
Elvish - Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Esperanto - Mi amas vin
Estonian - Ma armastan sind
Ethiopian - Afgreki'
Faroese - Eg elski teg
Send Flowers Farsi - Doset daram
Filipino - Mahal kita
Finnish - Mina rakastan sinua
French - Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Frisian - Ik hald fan dy
Gaelic - Ta gra agam ort
Georgian - Mikvarhar
German - Ich liebe dich
Greek - S'agapo
Gujarati - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo
Hiligaynon - Palangga ko ikaw
Hawaiian - Aloha Au Ia`oe
To female - "ani ohev otach" (said by male) "ohevet Otach" (said by female)
To male - "ani ohev otcha" (said by male) "Ohevet ot'cha" (said by female)
Hiligaynon - Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hindi - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Hmong - Kuv hlub koj
Hopi - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian - Szeretlek
Icelandic - Eg elska tig
Ilonggo - Palangga ko ikaw
Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu
Inuit - Negligevapse
Irish - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian - Ti amo
Japanese - Aishiteru or Anata ga daisuki desu
Kannada - Naanu ninna preetisuttene
Kapampangan - Kaluguran daka
Kiswahili - Nakupenda
Konkani - Tu magel moga cho
Korean - Sarang Heyo or Nanun tangshinul sarang hamnida
Latin - Te amo
Latvian - Es tevi miilu
Lebanese - Bahibak
Lithuanian - Tave myliu
Luxembourgeois - Ech hun dech gaer
Macedonian - Te Sakam
Malay - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam - Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Maltese - Inhobbok
Marathi - Me tula prem karto
Mohawk - Kanbhik
Moroccan - Ana moajaba bik
Nahuatl - Ni mits neki
Navaho - Ayor anosh'ni
Ndebele - Niyakutanda
Bokmaal - Jeg elsker deg
Nyonrsk - Eg elskar deg
Pandacan - Syota na kita!!
Pangasinan - Inaru Taka
Papiamento - Mi ta stimabo
Persian - Doo-set daaram
Pig Latin - Iay ovlay ouyay
Polish - Kocham Ciebie
Portuguese - Eu te amo
Romanian - Te iubesc
Russian - Ya tebya liubliu
Scot Gaelic - Tha gra\dh agam ort
Serbian - Volim te
Setswana - Ke a go rata
Sign Language - ,\,,/ (represents position of fingers when signing 'I Love You')
Sindhi - Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan
Sioux - Techihhila
Slovak - Lu`bim ta
Slovenian - Ljubim te
Spanish - Te quiero / Te amo
Swahili - Ninapenda wewe
Swedish - Jag alskar dig
Swiss-German - Ich lieb Di
Surinam - Mi lobi joe
Tagalog - Mahal kita
Taiwanese - Wa ga ei li
Tahitian - Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
Tamil - Nan unnai kathalikaraen
Telugu - Nenu ninnu premistunnanu
To female - Phom rak khun
To male - Chan rak khun
Informal - Rak te
Tunisian - Ha eh bak
Turkish - Seni Seviyorum
Ukrainian - Ya tebe kahayu
Urdu - mai aap say pyaar karta hoo
To female - Anh ye^u em
To male - Em ye^u anh
Welsh - 'Rwy'n dy garu di
Yiddish - Ikh hob dikh
Yoruba - Mo ni fe
Zazi - Ezhele hezdege
Zuni - Tom ho' ichema


Vuze gets another makeover

Posted by Shashank Krishna Saturday, October 18, 2008

ever let it be said that software publishers ignore the demands of their users, at least in the case of BitTorrent client Vuze.

Back in June, the popular BitTorrent client Azureus underwent some serious reconstructive surgery. The familiar layout of top buttons and a spreadsheet interface was wrapped up in a Web 2.0 package, tied off with a bow of peer ratings and reviews and an emphasis on video content. The old UI was kept but de-emphasized, and the application was renamed Vuze 3.1.

Vuze 4.0 has been redesigned in response to user complaints.
(Credit: CNET Networks)

Although it kept Azureus' blue frog logo, fans were not amused. Vuze 4.0 is a direct attempt to incorporate user concerns and still try to push the app forward, although in a blog post today, Chris on the Vuze blog confirmed that the new silhouetted look of the frog is not going anywhere.

On to the important stuff. The new Vuze follows in the footsteps of iTunes, so if you're new to torrents the learning curve will be less steep than it was in Vuze 3.1. There's a menubar on the top, with a sidebar on the left for managing torrents and videos. Where you might expect album art in the old iTunes 6 layout, you've got a Friends panel for adding people to share your torrents with.

The search bar at the top of the central pane leads the eye directly to the rolled-in playback controls, and feels modern and slick. ShareThis has been built-in, and the former Advanced tab has been renamed My Library. Newbies will appreciate the three-step tabbed tutorial that launches in the main pane, and even experienced torrenters should find it helpful for getting their bearings in an entirely new layout.

There are some other slick touches to the client interface. F7 toggles the sidebar, a useful arrow makes it easy to hide the Friend pane, and using the hotkey combo CTRL+ 2, 3, 4, or 5 reveals a series of otherwise hidden panes. My Tracker, My Classic-Shares, Console, and Statistics are also available under Tools on the menubar. These panes open organically in the main program window or on the sidebar, and have been baked in well. They don't look like afterthoughts or what-the-hecks.

There are several useful new features. First off, Vuze users can now search a multitude of torrent trackers from within the Vuze interface. In addition to the Vuze tracker, users will see results from MiniNova and other independent trackers. Customizable search templates are not available, but you can now set up a private tracker that supports usernames and passwords. Subscriptions have also been revamped, with the ability to share anonymously and the ability to find a file that's part of somebody's torrent, and subscribe to just that file in that torrent.

Memory usage has always been an issue with Vuze and Azureus. The old Azureus clocked in at around 50MB when going full bore, and the new Vuze is around double that. It's still not as slim as some of the other torrent clients out there, but very few offer similar features. If anything, the new Vuze is most similar to open-source Miro, which is more of a multimedia player with torrenting support features.

If you're not into toolbars, watch out during the installation process for the Vuze toolbar and the toolbar--both are opt-out. Even with those hang-ups, the new Vuze works well, has a slick design, and should appeal to torrenters who are looking for a bit more panache in their BitTorrent client.

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Resistance 2 is the sequel to the critically acclaimed PlayStation 3 exclusive shooter Resistance: Fall of Man. This game takes the hero of the first title, Nathan Hale, and sets him against the evil Chimera forces across the United States territory. The Chimera virus takes over humans and transforms them into terrible creatures that can be defeated only by soldiers immune to the virus, like Nathan Hale.

Recently, Greg Phillips, producer at Sony Computer Entertainment, the publisher of the game, has announced that its online beta stage will launch on October 16 in North America. He now returns on the PlayStation Blog to reveal other ways to join the beta, besides pre-ordering the game, subscribing to Qore or joining a contest from GamePro.

This other way involves registering at the MyResistance website, which will go live soon, and Sony will pick from the contestants the ones who will join the beta stage starting next week. For Europeans, the beta is scheduled for the same launch date, and those who want to test the game before the official release on November 4, will also have to register on the Resistance website.

Here's what the beta stage will consist of as reported on the PlayStation Blog: "The Beta will include competitive maps from three locations in the game. These maps include 60-, 40-, and 20-player maps from Orick, 40- and 20-player maps from Chicago, and the 10-Player map Sub Docks (Bay Area). New modes Skirmish and Core control will be supported, along with Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch. The co-op portion of the beta will focused [sic] on Orick, and will support randomization of your play-path. Both co-op and competitive will support matchmaking and class/character progression up to level 10. This will allow unlocking of new equipment, upgrades and berserks for character customization."

In addition, the Resistance website will also be updated and ready to host the competitions and ladder tournaments for the upcoming game. And speaking of the future title, Sony has also announced that the game has gone gold, which means that it's now up to the manufacturing plants to produce the retail copies of the game. Until then, all that's left is to refresh the Resistance website page.

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The Beta of Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 3.2 is available for download via Microsoft Connect. MAP is a Solution Accelerator formerly known as Windows Vista Hardware Assessment which was focused exclusively on the Windows client and the Office 2007 System. As Microsoft launched Windows Server 2008 and additional solutions designed to integrate with the Windows client and server operating systems, the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit was necessary in order to encompass all new products.

“The Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit is a scalable and agent-less assessment platform designed to make it easier to adopt the latest Microsoft technologies. In this latest version, MAP has expanded its assessment capabilities to include SQL Server 2008, Security Assessment Proposal, Forefront/NAP migration, Microsoft Online Services, as well as providing a Power Savings assessment to help your customers 'go green',” revealed Microsoft's Georgina M.

MAP is no longer exclusively about Windows Vista. The Solution Accelerator now also deals with technologies including Hyper-V, SQL, System Center Virtual Machine Manager, and Windows Server 2008. At the same time, the tool checks for the presence of security solutions in an environment and evaluates the status of the Windows Firewall.

“In summary, MAP 3.2 assessment areas now include: SQL Server 2008 Migration Proposals and Reports; Security Assessment Proposal; Forefront/NAP Readiness Proposals; Microsoft Online Services Migration Surveys, Proposals, and Reports; Power Savings Proposal; Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5 Migration Proposals and Reports; Server Migration Reports and Proposals; Server Consolidation Reports and Proposals (Virtual Server 2005 R2 and Hyper-V),” Georgina added.

Microsoft designed the Assessment and Planning Toolkit as a solution accelerator set up to streamline the migration process to its latest technologies by assessing IT infrastructures and providing an inventory of the hardware and software solutions, along with compatibility issues, and reporting the readiness status for upgrade tasks.

Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 3.1 is available for download here.

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Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell, software architects in the Core Operating Systems Division, introduced the 2.0 major update to Process Monitor at the end of September 2008. Now, the tool has been taken one step further to version 2.01, this time just a minor refresh designed mainly to deal with a few issues associated with v2.0. The Process Monitor 2.01 release is an integral part of a larger update of the Sysinternals suite involving other three applications: Autoruns 9.35, DebugView 4.76, and AccessChk 4.21.

“Process Monitor v2.01 - this release fixes several bugs, including compatibility with Windows 2000, excessive exit delays, and adds the new networking events to the filter dialog's operations list,” explained Curtis Metz, Program Manager, Microsoft Sysinternals. Back in September, version 2.0 of Process Monitor brought real-time TCP and UDP monitoring.

Delivering network tracing capabilities to Process Monitor was Russinovich's next step in the evolution of the utility. Taking Process Monitor from version 1.0 to 2.0 involved adding new low-level capabilities, such as a stronger focus on system memory usage in addition to network tracing.

“Autoruns 9.35 - this Autoruns update adds additional autostart locations, including lsastart, s0initialization, savedumpstart, and servicecontrollerstart, and fixes several bugs,” Metz added. “DebugView 4.76 - debugview no longer truncates the last character of each line of a log file when it loads one back into the display. AccessChk 4.21 - this fixes a bug in the code that checks for malformed security descriptors that could cause spurious warnings.”

The new versions of the four updated utilities have also caused the entire Sysinternals Suite to be refreshed. As of October 16, Microsoft is serving a new release of the Sysinternals Suite now complete with all the touched-up utilities: Process Monitor 2.01, DebugView 4.76, AccessChk 4.21, Autoruns 9.35.

Process Monitor 2.01 is available for download here.

The Sysinternals Suite is available for download here.

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