Posts tagged ‘sharma’

July 2, 2010

Windows Run Commands, List of 255+ Run Commands

by Prashant Kumar Sharma
July 1, 2010

How to Turn Off Autoplay XP Home for USB Sticks

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

How to turn off auto-play XP home edition for USB flash drives.

Windows XP Home edition requires a different method to turn off the USB auto play function than XP Professional .

It’s not difficult to turn off the USB auto-play, just a couple easy steps.

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June 14, 2010

Background Image for USB Window : USB Hack

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

This simple, quick USB hack will show you how to create a background image.

To perform this simply copy the following information:

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June 11, 2010

Football Simplified – A Simple Guide to World Cup 2010

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

To make things short and sweet, there are two teams each comprising of 11 players excluding any substitute players and the main idea is for each team to score goals in the opposing team’s goal area.

The cards

A Yellow Card is shown by the referee to indicate that a player has been officially cautioned. In football a player can still continue playing if he gets a yellow card, but if he receives a second caution (shown the yellow card again) and then he’s given a Red Card

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June 10, 2010

10 Good First Date Conversation starters

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

The first date can be an awkward experience. You can’t always expect your date to start all the conversations. But most of us have problem striking a conversation or finding a new topic to start. So its better to go into the date with some great conversation starters for those awkward quiet moments on the first date.

Always try to have things to say to the person you are going on a date with. Here is a List of some of the best first date conversation starters, how they give tips and clues about the person in front.

  1. Do you have any pets?
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June 9, 2010

How to use Twitter, Mention

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

What is a mention?

A mention is any Twitter update that contains @username in the body of the tweet.

People frequently search for their user name (@username) to find the tweets that mentioned their user name anywhere in the tweet, rather than just the beginning. To make it easier, include mentions under the replies tab. If you include more than one person in your update and you use the @username format, that person will also see the update in their replies tab.

How do replies and mentions work ?

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June 8, 2010

How to use Twitter, Short links (URLs)

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Having trouble fitting a link into just 140 characters ?

There are a variety of websites that can shorten your long links, making them easier to fit into Twitter’s 140 character limit. These services can provide you with a shorter version of any URL you want to share. Then, you can use the shorter version in your Tweet, and anyone who clicks on it will be redirected to the longer URL. It’s that easy!


Here are a couple of examples of free link shortening services that are popular with Twitter users:

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June 7, 2010

How to use Twitter, @ Reply

by Prashant Kumar Sharma
  • An @reply, is any Twitter update that begins with @username.

  • Starting a tweet with @username sends a strong signal to everyone else that this is not to them.
  • Person-to-person Twittering: If you enter a Tweet with @username at the beginning of it, your message is understood as being intended for that particular person, although others will be able to see it.
  • Be sure the person who you want to see your message is following you, or they won’t get it.

People say lots of things on Twitter, and sometimes you want to say something In fact, early Twitter folks

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June 6, 2010

How to use Twitter, hashtags or #hashtags

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Hashtags Introduction

Hashtags are a community-driven convention for adding additional context and metadata to your tweets.

Simply put, it allows you and others to make a fast search of tweets using a tag.

They’re like tags on Word-press, only added inline to your post. To create a hashtag, you simply put a # (hash symbol) in front of a word,  example: #hashtag.

Here is a simple and useful guide/tips on

How To Use Hashtags

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June 5, 2010

Windows – Alt Key Numeric Codes – 5: Punctuation and Special Marks

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Alt-Key Numeric Codes of Punctuations and Special Marks

Microsoft Windows assigns a Unique numeric code to each accented letters, foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. The shortcut to manually insert these letters and symbols is ALT key input on Keyboard and calling the specific numeric code assigned to them.

Here is a list of common Punctuation and Special Marks,

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