You can make blue screen of death with few clicks. You might want to do this as a prank :-), or you need to save memory dump, or test your application if you are a developer. Microsoft included simple way to do this, you only need to enable it first.
More and more programs are running on Windows startup. Some of them do not even offer option “do not start with windows”. By using “System Configuration Utility” which is part of Windows operating system, you can disable programs that you do not want to startup.
Sometimes you will need to change drive letter of your hard disk, removable USB flash memory or CD/DVD ROM drive. For example you might want to have same drive letter for you removable USB memory stick on different computers. Here is how you do it.
Sometimes you might need to find out what is your public IP address. Depending on your network configuration it might not be straightforward. There are many ways to determine your IP address. Here are few.
If your Pocket PC is running Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition, Windows Mobile 5 or newer, you can change screen orientation. Choices are Portrait, Landscape right-handed and Landscape left-handed. Also, you can assign hardware button to change screen orientation on the fly.
Creating shortcut to an application or a file on Pocket PC is not straightforward. You need to know how to use “File Explorer” and location where to put new shortcuts (for example to have them appear in “Programs”).
Have you ever tried to delete shortcut on your Pocket PC? You have probably tried to click and hold on shortcut icon to select delete from popup menu, but nothing happened. It is a bit more complicated on Pocket PCs with Pocket PC 2002, 2003 and Windows Mobile 5 operating systems.
Continue reading to find out how…
The main advantage of DVD-RAM disc over standard DVD R/RW disc is that it can be used as regular drive storage, something like floppy disk but with huge capacity (4.7 GB). All you need is DVD recorder that supports DVD-RAM (most new ones).
Follow these simple steps to start using DVD-RAM under Windows XP.