I suppose many of us would have encountered a situation whereby you need to use your mouse but your mouse is simply refuses to work. The well known Tab key may help sometimes but things will be much easier if you have the mouse. In this guide, you will get to know how to move your mouse cursor without the actual mouse. Read on.
Most of your would have chance upon the sticky key during your routine of using the computer. That is pretty common, considering the fact that it is activated when you press the SHIFT key 5 times. But have you heard of the MouseKeys?
Follow the given steps to activate the keyboard mouse:
First you would need an account with administrative rights.
To activate this feature, press Alt+Shift+NumLock keys. A small MouseKey box will appear as shown.
I believe many of us would have encounter a situation whereby you need to reformat and reinstall your operating system because of some errors or viruses. Yet things become a little tricky if you have lost your Windows XP product key that comes along with your XP disc. Worry not, in this short guide, you will learn how to find your Windows XP product key from your Windows XP disc itself.
1. Insert Windows XP CD into your computer.
2. Right-click open your Windows XP CD.
3. Open the i386 folder.
4. Look for thefile, UNATTEND.txt.
5. Open the document and scroll to the bottom of the file.
Remember Searchme, that visual search engine we told you about a couple of months ago? Well, they’re back with a great new feature: Music Search.
Searchme has just added a music tab to their search options, allowing you to search through Imeem’s database of fully legal and restriction free music streams. Its a great and easy way to test-drive some of the songs you are interested in, and the intuitive Searchme interface makes it even easier to find the songs you are looking for.
If you’re anything like me you probably love experimenting with your computer a lot. And if you’re anything like me you’ve probably messed up your master boot record more than a couple of times while trying to dual boot OSx86 on your computer or something. The last time that happened to me it took a couple hours of failed boots, Windows repairs and grinding of teeth before I managed to fix up the corrupted MBR of my hard disk.
Thats why I should probably have backed up my MBR before I started. Of course if you haven’t even heard of an MBR before you started reading this article this tool is probably not for you, but its always good to know what to do in the event that your computer freeze and simply refuses to boot to Windows.
MBRWizard is a tool that allows you to backup your master boot record, the sector of your hard disk that stores information on how to boot up, and incidentally the area of your hard disc most prone to editing by partition tools and boot managers and thus the most susceptible to corruption. Once done you can copy the backed up MBR into a removable drive or the like so that you can easily restore your MBR if anything goes wrong while your grubby hands are fooling around with more dual booting.
Yes, do not be shocked for words.. What we are about to introduce and share with you is the latest ASRock’s motherboard with the new Instant Boot Feature that allows user to boot up to Windows XP or Vista in merely 4 seconds. That is roughly 10 times faster compared to that of the conventional motherboard! Supposedly if you are a time fanatic, you can cut down your Windows OS booting up timing to that which you have always wanted.
So how does it work? We will find out shortly after the break. For now, enjoy this funny demo that has been chosen specially for you.
The burgeoning growth of the IT sector in this decade has seen the need for passwords for security purposes. For those who are unaware, a new device has been introduced to the marketplace which has the ability to steal passwords input into the compromised system. It is known as a key tracker and it sits stealthy between the keyboard and the PC itself.
As can be seen from the picture, the key tracker is a discreet device that secretly logs down every key and information you pressed on the keyboard. Any unaware users may not have noticed it due to its position. If they enter their personal passwords into the compromised PC in a cybercafe to access any personal data for that matter, their passwords would have been logged down unknowingly!