Category: Tips n’Tricks

How to: Run a cmd under system account / gain access to system account

There is an account in Microsoft Windows that is more powerful than the Administrator account in Windows Operating Systems. That account is called System account it is similar to the root OR super user in the Linux/Unix world . I will show you how to access this system account in this article….

Did you know about the Shell: Extension to open special Folders in Windows (XP, Vista and 7)?

Recently a friend was surprised when i opened the SendTo folder using the Shell: Extension. Apparently the Shell: Extenstion still not widely known. Therefore, I write a review about it. As an entry: using Shell:SendTo (it is not case sensitive) Put that in a Run box (Windows-R key combination), the SendTo Folder will open in…

Add Enqueue and Play in Foobar options in mp3 right click context menu

I switched to Foobar recently. It is an awesome media player, but I noticed that for some files (like mp3s) the Enqueue in Foobar option was not present in the right-click context menu. If Foobar was set as the default program, Play in foobar showed up, but the enqueue option still remained missing….


CMD: Merge splitted files using copy command

Need to merge two files like, let’s say Textfile1.txt and Textfile2.txt into one single file? Easy, just use the old copy command to achieve this….

Windows 7: Show all control panel tasks aka god mode shell:::{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

Using the Control Panel, you can change settings for Windows. These settings control almost everything on display and functionality of Windows and they allow you to set up Windows to suit your requirements. The Panel, in my opinion, should be used only if there is a need, as a user and an awareness of the…