Run IE8/7/6, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera from the web

Xenocode offers one file EXE files to run IE8/7/6, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera directly without installation. All browsers run in a virtualized enviroment.

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Preloaders.net | Free AJAX animated loading gif generator

Preloaders.net creates nice loading animations – you can set color, size and look.

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99 ways to make your computer blazingly fast

Robobackup – The Hidden Windows Tool for Backup Copying and Mirror Copying

Robocopy is a great command line copy tool from Microsoft which goes far beyond copy and xcopy. Think of it as “Synctoy for scripts”. It is a part of Vista and Win2k8 or can be downloaded for free from Microsoft as part of the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools.

The features are interesting!

  • Ability to tolerate network outages and resume copying where it previously left off
  • Ability to correctly copy attributes, owner information, alternate data streams etc.
  • Ability to correctly copy NTFS ACLs
  • A “mirror” mode, which keeps trees in sync by optionally deleting files out of the destination that are no longer present in the source.
  • Ability to copy large numbers of files that would otherwise crash the built-in XCOPY utility.
  • Resident mode (robocopy stays in memory and monitors the source folder for changes and copies them as they happen)

Usage is straightforward:

robocopy C:\myfiles \\backup\myfiles /MIR /Z

mirrors the folder “c:\myfiles” (including subfolders) to the \\backup server, destroying any files in the target folder(s) that are not present in myfiles (/MIR). It copies files in restartable mode (/Z) in case network connection is lost.

Because the list of command line options is enormous it is a good idea to use one of the free GUI programs.

There is an excellent German article abour robocopy from the German c’t magazine available online.

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Svchost Viewer: Shows What svchost.exe is Doing

Svchost Viewer Shows Exactly What Each svchost.exe Instance is Doing

Running Google Chrome on Windows 7 64-bit

Simply right click on your chrome icon then select properties. Under the shortcut tab you will see Target. The line ends with chrome.exe so just add –in-process-plugins after that. So the line should look something like this:

C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --in-process-plugins

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