Saturday, February 19, 2011

Car Town Easy Level up Trick

            Looking for a trick to gain levels easily in Car Town game without wasting your precious time clicking on jobs, wait for them to complete, and then repeat the same process over and over again? Then you have come to the right place. By using this trick, you can just leave the game open and do other important things. Don't worry because this is not really a cheat. Just a cool trick though.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Another Shutdown/Restart Methods

Hi friends, this time I would like to show you another ways to shutdown/restart your computer. Hehehe. Don’t worry because this method won’t harm your computer. This is just for fun and learning purpose though.

1. First Way

This is only for restarting the PC... though I don’t know whether this can be counted as restart or not but still...I want to show it to you guys.. What a nice guy I am. lol XD. The credit goes to my friend, Amirul Hilman for showing it to me in the first place. Ok, let’s get back to the topic.

First open Task Manager. Under Process tab, click on “explorer.exe” and Click “End Process”. Then click File>New Task(Run...). In the box, just type “explorer.exe” (without quotation marks) and click Ok. Hehehe... Simple isn’t it.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Remove Files Immediately when Deleted

Hello again ladies and gentlemen. Today I want to show you guys a simple trick. Some of you might even know it already though. For those who didn't know, let me present you a way to keep your recycle bin out of work. XD.

Before we continue, you might ask me something like "What the hell ryzz, do we need to know this trick?" or "What is so important about this, huh?" Hmph, It depends on you. If you are getting tired of deleting file(s) in the recycle bin manually and you want the file(s) that you just deleted to be gone immediately without ever going to the recycle bin, then this trick is for you. Also, please keep in mind that this is for educational purpose only ok.

Back to the topic. This trick is quite simple actually. You don't even need a software to do this. It is because you just need to change the setting. But beware, this is quite risky. What I mean by that is you know... when you set to remove the files immediately, you won't get the second chance to recover the file(s) again in case you changed your mind not to remove the file(s). Hence, please do it at your own risk. So how do we do that? Easy, just follow these steps:

Monday, February 14, 2011

Windows 7 : Partition Your Hard Disk Without Using Software

Hi everyone. Today I want to show you how to make a new partition on your hard disk in Windows 7 without using third party software. Well don't worry because the process is quite simple. You just need to do the following 3 simple steps:

1. First open up Disk Management:
    Step 1: Click on "Start" button
    Step 2: In the "Search" box, type disk management and Click on "Create and 
                format hard disk partitions"

2. Shrink partition in order to create a new volume:
    Step 1: In "Disk Management", Right-Click on the disk that you want to shrink then 
                Click "Shrink Volume" and a message about calculating available space to 
                shrink will pop up.
    Step 2: Enter the amount to shrink and Click "Shrink"

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Change Time Format in Windows 7

Ehem2, today I want to show you a trix to adjust the time format of your pc in Windows 7. As we all know, the default time format is in 24-hours format? So how to change the time format so that it will be displayed in 12-hours format instead? Easy, just follow these steps:

1. Click on “Date & Time” at the taskbar.

2. Click on “Change date and time settings...”

Windows 7 Did Not Go Fullscreen When Playing Games

Hello again, guys! Well, for some reasons Windows Seven did not go fullscreen when playing older video games which doesn't support full resolution like Frozen Throne and Battle Realms. Lot's of you guys must have been searching for the tricks to make the games go fullscreen but still can't find the solution right? Well, worry not because you have come to the right place. In "Tips OR Trix" i.e this blog, I'm gonna show you the trick to remove those annoying black borders when playing games.

So what to do? Do I need to format my computer and install another windows instead? LOL! Of course not. You just need to do the following:

ATI (Tested on ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450):
Step 1: Go to the graphic card control center
Step 2: Lower the resolution
Step 3: Change Scaling Option to Fullscreen
Step 4: Change back to original resolution

Nvidia(Tested on Nvidia Geforce GTX660M):
Step 1: Open  Nvidia Control Panel
Step 2: Go to "Adjust Desktop Size and Position" Tab
Step 3: Change scaling mode to Full-screen

Friday, February 11, 2011

Windows 7: Solve Rundll32 Problem when Playing Certain Games!

Hi Guys! First "Tips OR Trix" tip/trick has arrived! lol!

          Hmph, rundll32 is a joke! It is because everytime I tried to open/run certain games like Warcraft III, it will pop up in the Task Manager instead of the game itself. It means that I need to run the game once again. What a joke. Well, If it doesn't affect the cpu process, it doesn't really matter. But unfortunately it does affect the cpu. It takes half of the cpu performance which may contribute to lagging when playing games. Getting tired of this, I conducted a research on how to disable it. Luckily, I managed to find a trick/technique to stop it from appearing in the Task Manager EVER EVER again! LOL!