Internet Tricks

Internet Tricks Windows Shortcut keys

Learn some of the Commands Internet Tricks

appwiz.cpl — Used to run Add/Remove wizard
Calc –Calculator
Cfgwiz32 –ISDN Configuration Wizard
Charmap –Character Map
Chkdisk –Repair damaged files
Cleanmgr –Cleans up hard drives
Clipbrd –Windows Clipboard viewer
Control –Displays Control Panel
Cmd –Opens a new Command Window
Control mouse –Used to control mouse properties
Dcomcnfg –DCOM user security
Debug –Assembly language programming tool
Defrag –Defragmentation tool
Drwatson –Records programs crash & snapshots
Dxdiag –DirectX Diagnostic Utility
Explorer –Windows Explorer
Fontview –Graphical font viewer
Fsmgmt.msc — Used to open shared folders
Firewall.cpl — Used to configure windows firewall

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Ftp -ftp.exe program
Hostname –Returns Computer’s name
Hdwwiz.cpl — Used to run Add Hardware wizard
Ipconfig –Displays IP configuration for all network adapters
Logoff — Used to logoff the computer
MMC –Microsoft Management Console
Msconfig –Configuration to edit startup files
Mstsc — Used to access remote desktop
Mrc — Malicious Software Removal Tool
Msinfo32 –Microsoft System Information Utility
Nbtstat –Displays stats and current connections using NetBIOS over TCP/IP
Netstat –Displays all active network connections
Nslookup–Returns your local DNS server
Osk —Used to access on screen keyboard
Perfmon.msc — Used to configure the performance of Monitor.
Ping –Sends data to a specified host/IP
Powercfg.cpl — Used to configure power option
Regedit –Registry Editor
Regwiz — Registration wizard
Sfc /scannow — System File Checker
Sndrec32 –Sound Recorder
Shutdown — Used to shutdown the windows
Spider — Used to open spider solitaire card game
Sfc / scannow — Used to run system file checker utility.
Sndvol32 –Volume control for soundcard
Sysedit — Edit system startup files
Taskmgr –Task manager
Telephon.cpl — Used to configure modem options.
Telnet –Telnet program
Tracert –Traces and displays all paths required to reach an internet host
Winchat — Used to chat with Microsoft
Wmplayer — Used to run Windows Media player
Wab — Used to open Windows address Book.
WinWord — Used to open Microsoft word
Winipcfg –Displays IP configuration
Winver — Used to check Windows Version
Wupdmgr –Takes you to Microsoft Windows Update
Write — Used to open WordPad

Windows 7 Shortcut Keys ~ Interesting !

These are some interesting shortcut keys for Windows 7 which most users are unaware of. I hope this trick proves to be helpful.

Windows Management Shortcuts

* Win+Home: Clear all but the active window.
* Win+Space: All windows become transparent so you can see through to the desktop.
* Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window.
* Shift+Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window vertically.
* Win+Down arrow: Minimize the window/Restore the window if it’s maximized.
* Win+Left/Right arrows: Dock the window to each side of the monitor.
* Shift+Win+Left/Right arrows: Move the window to the monitor on the left or right.

You can also interact with windows by dragging them with the mouse:

* Drag window to the top: Maximize
* Drag window left/right: Dock the window to fill half of the screen.
* Shake window back/forth: Minimize everything but the current window.
* Double-Click Top Window Border (edge).
Taskbar Shortcuts

You can use any of these shortcut combinations to launch the applications in their respective position on the taskbar, or more:

* Win+number (1-9): Starts the application pinned to the taskbar in that position, or switches to that program.
* Shift+Win+number (1-9): Starts a new instance of the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.
* Ctrl+Win+number (1-9): Cycles through open windows for the application pinned to the taskbar is that position.
* Alt+Win+number (1-9): Opens the Jump List for the application pinned to the taskbar.
* Win+T: Focus and scroll through items on the taskbar.
* Win+B: Focuses the System Tray icons
In addition, you can interact with the taskbar using your mouse and a modifier key:

* Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program or quickly open another instance of a program.
* Ctrl+Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program as an administrator.
* Shift+Right-click on a taskbar button: Show the window menu for the program (like XP does).
* Shift+Right-click on a grouped taskbar button: Show the window menu for the group.
* Ctrl+Click on a grouped taskbar button: Cycle through the windows of the group.

Here’s a few more interesting hotkeys for you:

* Ctrl+Shift+N: Creates a new folder in Windows Explorer.
* Alt+Up: Goes up a folder level in Windows Explorer.
* Alt+P: Toggles the preview pane in Windows Explorer.
* Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds Copy as Path, which copies the path of a file to the clipboard.
* Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds extra hidden items to the Send To menu.
* Shift+Right-Click on a folder: Adds Command Prompt Here, which lets you easily open a command prompt in that folder.
* Win+P: Adjust presentation settings for your display.
* Win+(+/-): Zoom in/out.
* Win+G: Cycle between the Windows Gadgets on your screen.

Make Sound when CAPS LOCK is pressed

Its a common problem for most people to accidently hit the CAPS lock key when typing fast….

Simply Turn On Toggle Keys to hear a Sound whenever U press the CAPS lock

For XP Users
Go to Control Panel -> Accessibility Options -> Select Toggle Keys and Turn it On

For Vista & 7 Users
Go to Control Panel -> Ease Of Access Centre -> Keyboard Settings -> Turn on Toggle Keys

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