Windows 7 Logon Screen Background Changer

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Do you like to customize the Windows interface, and tired of the standard log on screen background in Windows 7? Then you must try this app I’ve made and I call it Windows 7 Logon Screen Background Changer which is a free app that lets you easily customize the logon screen.

Download Link: https://www.mediafire.com/?kdrpg6272x33hl5
Source Code: http://pastebin.com/vLRGSsYh

If you encounter bugs or problems, email me at mcwall.breekoy@gmail.com

How to Fix “User profile service failed to logon” error message

To fix this error, follow the following steps:

1. Start the computer and press F8 key immediately.

2. After you press F8 key, the Advanced Boot Options will show. Select Safe mode and press enter.

3. Login to your Account

4. Click Start. In the search box, type regedit and press enter.

5. In registry editor, navigate to:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList

6. In the navigation pane, locate the folder that begins with S-1-5 (SID key) followed by a long number.

7. Click each S-1-5 folder, locate the ProfileImagePath entry in the details pane, and then double-click to make sure that this is the user account profile that has the error.

8. If you have two folders starting with S-1-5 followed by same long numbers and one of them ends in .bak

  • Right-click the folder without .bak, and then click Rename. Type .ba, and then press ENTER.
  • Right-click the folder that is named .bak, and then click Rename. Remove .bak at the end of the folder name, and then press ENTER.
  • Right-click the folder that is named .ba, and then click Rename. Change the .ba to .bak at the end of the folder name, and then press ENTER.

9. If you have only one folder starting with S-1-5 that is followed by long numbers and ends with .bak. Right-click the folder, and then click Rename. Remove .bak at the end of the folder name, and then press ENTER.

10. Double-click the folder without .bak in the details pane, double-click RefCount, type 0, and then click OK.

11. Click the folder without .bak, in the details pane, double-click State, type 0, and then click OK.

12. Close the registry editor.

13. Restart the Computer.

14. Login again with your account.

 

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Why Storage Devices Have Less Space Than Advertised

Have you ever wondered why computers always indicate that your hard drive or memory card has a smaller storage capacity than what’s advertised on the box (and the card itself)? No, it’s not because you got a defective card, it’s not because your card came preloaded with a bunch of unwanted files (your hard drives, maybe), and it’s not because the manufacturers are cheating you by skimping out on the storage space (well, not directly, at least). The reason has to do with math and marketing.

Humans think about numbers in base 10, the decimal numeral system, because we have 10 fingers and 10 toes. That’s why the parts of numbers are called “digits” — just like the parts of our hands and feet.

Computers, on the other hand, think in base 2, the binary numeral system.

Herein lies the root of the issue. The “brilliant” marketing gurus at data storage companies decided early on that all their products should be marketed in the decimal system, since that’s what consumers understand.

Therefore, one megabyte on their products is equal to 1,000,000 bytes, and one gigabyte is equal to 1,000,000,000 bytes. To a computer, however, a megabyte is 1,048,576 bytes and a gigabyte is 1,073,741,824 bytes.

Thus, for each gigabyte advertised in base 10, you’re actually receiving about 70 megabytes less than a gigabyte in base 2.

Take a close look at the box your hard drive or memory card came in, and you’ll notice asterisks. Look for the fine print, and you’ll see a disclaimer stating that the figures are stated in base 10:

 

Memory cards aren’t as bad as hard drives when it comes to advertised versus “actual” (it seems that the makers try to match up the two figures): when you buy a card for your camera, you’ll probably getting something close to what it says on the box.

Buy a large external hard drive, however, and you’ll likely see a much bigger difference between what the box tells you and what your computer reports.

(via Lifehacker and About)

Protect Your Computer from viruses and worms

Now-a-days many computer users are facing problems regarding viruses and worms, These worms may be very harmful as well as computer speed consuming too. This is not in the case of internet users only many computers which are not connected to internet have also such viruses and malwares installed in them, Now what is the source of such viruses and woms? Many of you don’t know that even the usb drive may have some virus in it which can replicate itself at its own. Yes, I am talking about autorun.inf viruses, Today i am going to discuss ways to make your pc secure from such viruses.

How these Autorun.inf worms and viruses propagate?

By default, Windows system enables an Auto Play function. When you plug in a USB disk or CD, Windows loads and executes a file named AutoRun.ini, which is the list of predefined tasks and in these predefined tasks running of viral programs is included, These programs play with registry files and as a result task manager get disabled and much more can happen. The virus reproduces itself into the disk and modifies this file, so that when the file is executed, the virus is able to reside into the system.

Installing a good Anti-Virus software:

If you will  install a good antivirus software which will update at daily basis then its difficult that your computer get infected, as antivirus will automatically locate and kill the processes of autorun.inf file located in usb disk and which is trying to execute miscellaneous programs, I have already posted a good antivirus software along with its cracks, Try it, Its Avast Internet Security , Also you can try USB Disk Security, But often we have to plugin USB in other computers where antivirus is not present then follow the below methods.

Immunizing USB from Viruses and Worms – Manual Method:

1) Open a command prompt by click Start -> Run. Type cmd and hit the Enter key.

2) In the command prompt, create a directory in the root directory of the USB drive (By Pointing cmd to the  USB disk VIA its drive letter like if its G:/ then type G:/ and hit enter) with command:

mkdir AutoRun.ini

3) Move into this new directory with command:

cd AutoRun.ini

4) Create a new directory with command:

mkdir a…//

5) Exit the command prompt window with command:

exit

Remove the USB-Disk from the computer and now its immune. And whenever you will plug it into a infected computer the USB won’t get infected.

How to Password Protect Folders in Windows without using any Software

We use computers almost everyday and we have these files that we want to make private for some reason. There are a lot of third party software out there that can password protect your folder or files. However, these are not ideal and it might leave a mess (eg. annoying toolbars, etc…) or even harm your computer. In this article, I will show a neat method on how to password protect your files.

NOTE: If you’re a beginner, just make sure that you know what you are doing.

 

Create Your Password Protected Folder

Before you get started you need to create a folder that will house your password protected folder, this is just an ordinary folder and can be located anywhere and named anything.

Navigate into your newly created folder and create a new Text Document. This can easily be done from the context menu.

Open the document, now paste the following code into the contents of the document:

cls 
@ECHO OFF 
title Folder Private 
if EXIST "LOCKER" goto UNLOCK 
if NOT EXIST Private goto MDLOCKER 
:CONFIRM 
echo Are you sure you want to lock the folder(Y/N) 
set/p "cho=>" 
if %cho%==Y goto LOCK 
if %cho%==y goto LOCK 
if %cho%==n goto END 
if %cho%==N goto END 
echo Invalid choice. 
goto CONFIRM 
:LOCK 
ren Private "LOCKER" 
attrib +h +s "LOCKER" 
echo Folder locked 
goto End 
:UNLOCK 
echo Enter password to unlock folder 
set/p "pass=>" 
if NOT %pass%== PASSWORD_GOES_HERE goto FAIL 
attrib -h -s "LOCKER" 
ren "LOCKER" Private 
echo Folder Unlocked successfully 
goto End 
:FAIL 
echo Invalid password 
goto end 
:MDLOCKER 
md Private 
echo Private created successfully 
goto End 
:End

Change the PASSWORD_GOES_HERE text to the password you want to set. Now go ahead and save the file as locker.bat.

Once the file is saved as a batch file you can delete the original text file.

Now run your batch file by double clicking on it–the first time you run it, it will create a folder called Private. This is where you can store all your secret things. When you have finished adding all your stuff to the Private folder, run locker.bat again.

This time you will be asked if you sure that you want to lock the folder, press the “Y” key and hit enter to lock your folder.

You will see that your Private folder quickly disappears.

If you run the script yet again, you will prompted for a password.

If you enter the same password as you set in the script the Private folder will reappear if you enter the incorrect password the script will just Terminate.

Warning

Most people don’t know how to show system files, but anybody who has some experience will probably be able to quickly figure it out in the Folder Options.

It’s definitely not a really secure way to hide your files, but it is fun.

Candy Crush Saga v1.0.10 + Mod (Unlimited Lives)

Unlimited Lives: (credit to MrxBigxStuff).
Download link for rooted phones: http://www28.zippyshare.com/v/82510169/file.html
Download link for non rooted phones: http://www28.zippyshare.com/v/55747178/file.html

Screenshots:

Candy Crush Ultimate (CCU): (Credit to jethro650 and Hackberry070)
1000 lives
150 moves per level
4 minute timed levels
99 moves on bombs
Bombs/Licorice reduced/eliminated
No tickets needed
Can still sync with Facebook–first sync you need to uninstall facebook app. Once first sync is done you can reinstall Facebook app and game will sync properly until you sign out of Facebook in Candy Crush, then you will have to repeat, uninstalling Facebook to get sync to work properly. Pain in the butt but this is heavily modded and be happy sync works at all

Rooted users–backup original with titanium or myback up, will need to restore data later. Uninstall original Candy Crush, install CCU, play first game and close, do not try to sync Facebook yet. Now restore Candy Crush data only from backup you made earlier, reboot phone, open game, let sync or sign into Facebook and profit.

Non rooted users–uninstall original Candy Crush and Facebook app, install CCU and log into Facebook through CCU3 only. Will not work if Facebook is installed, it will tell you CCU can’t connect. After the first sync you can install Facebook app, it will still sync until you sign out in game.

Avast Internet Security 8 until 2050

Avast 2050 License Faker by ZeNiX 2012-06-29
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This is free, not for sale.
If you love Avast, please consider ordering your own license.

Instructions:

1. Install [Avast PRO] or [Avast Internet Security] as trail (DEMO)

2. Disable Self-Protection module from Avast.
You can re-enable it later.

3. XP users please double click [AVAST XP ZeNiX.reg] to activate my 2050.

4. Run [Avast 2050 by ZeNiX], and reboot.

5. Done

You can enable Avast’s autoupdate with 2050.
You can re-enable Avast’s Self-Protection module now.

Please always use your own license or DEMO license.

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MANUAL REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Rename ZeNiX.dll to Version.dll

2. Copy Version.dll to these folders

c:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\
c:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\Setup

3. Delete Userenv.dll from above folers, if you find any.

4. Reboot

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Please go to folder of ProgramFile Avast and Avast\Setup, delete Userenv.dll if you find it.

Password: ZeNiX

Download:
Ctrl + S to download files

setup link : http://bit.ly/1628qci

license file until 26\9\2013 : http://bit.ly/Zf4zSP

license faker until 2015 : http://bit.ly/YqpTZA

For more details, watch this video: