Creating a Board aka Forum on your own PC !

First of all you need Apache Server, PHP, MySQL and a Forum Script i.e. phpBB or Invision or vBulletin. Download phpDev here and you get a bundle of all the things above. exttract & install php dev. start the apache server,its 90% done. upload the forum script to X:/phpdev/www/public (x is your drive, usually… Read More »

Create One-Click Shutdown and Reboot Shortcuts:

First, create a shortcut on your desktop by right-clicking on the desktop, choosing New, and then choosing Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard appears. In the box asking for the location of the shortcut, type shutdown. After you create the shortcut, double-clicking on it will shut down your PC.

Create An Ftp Server On Your Pc With Serv-u

Quote: Step 1. Getting a static IP address. Get a static address for your FTP server. You will want to do this as opposed to using your IP address for several reasons. First, itís easier keeping up-to-date. Imagine having to change all of your setting every time your IP changed. With No-IP, the No-IP service… Read More »

Windows Shortcuts

Run Commands: Quote: compmgmt.msc – Computer management devmgmt.msc – Device manager diskmgmt.msc – Disk management dfrg.msc – Disk defrag eventvwr.msc – Event viewer fsmgmt.msc – Shared folders gpedit.msc – Group policies lusrmgr.msc – Local users and groups perfmon.msc – Performance monitor rsop.msc – Resultant set of policies secpol.msc – Local security settings services.msc – Various… Read More »

Windows Scan Count Down Time

Change the CHKDSK countdown time When you schedule CHKDSK to run at the next boot, the system will prompt you to press a key to cancel the operation while CHKDSK is running. The system will display a countdown during that cancel period. The default value is 10 seconds. To Change this open up Regedit and… Read More »

Windows 2000 Tips & Tricks

Tips Speed up the Boot Menu (#1) Tired of waiting thirty seconds to boot Windows 2000 if you don’t select from the boot menu? Speed up the booting process by only showing the available operating systems for just a couple of seconds. Right-click “My Computer” on the desktop and choose “Properties”. On the “System Properties”… Read More »