How to Get Classic Old Look Back in Google Search Pages?
Recently Google introduced a new look to its search engine. If you search for anything with Google, you get new look as shown in following image:

Personally I like the new look but there are many people who are not liking the new interface and asking for ways to get the old interface back.

If you also don't like the new look and want the classic old look back, then you can use following method:

Simply open following link in your browser:

Get Classic Old Google Search

If you open the above mentioned link, you'll get the old Google search page instead of the new one.
If you want, you can bookmark the link by pressing "CTRL+D" keys in browser window so that you can access it quickly whenever you want.

Read Users' Comments (0)

Looking For Mod...

As Now A Days I Am Too Busy With My Social Life I Am Not Getting Time To Post On My Blog.....So I Am Looking For A Mod Who Knows How To Solve Computer Troubleshooting....If You Think Your The One I Am Looking For Than Fill This Form....


Read Users' Comments (0)

How to Add “Network Connections” Shortcut in Desktop Context Menu Under Windows Vista and 7
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to add "Network Connections" shortcut in Desktop context menu so that you can access it quickly and easily.
It'll only work in Windows Vista

and 7.
Following are the required steps:
1. Type regedit in RUN or startmenu search box and press Enter. It'll open Registry Editor.
2. Now go to:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DesktopBackground\Shell (for Windows 7)
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\Shell (for Windows Vista)
3. Now we'll need to create a new key under "Shell" key. Right-click on "Shell" key and select "New -> Key". Give the new key name "Network Connections".
4. Now right-click on the new key which we created in step 3 and select "New -> Key". Give the new key name of command.
5. In right-side pane, change value of "Default" to:
explorer shell:::{7007ACC7-3202-11D1-AAD2-00805FC1270E}
6. That's it. Now you'll have "Network Connections" shortcut in Desktop context menu.
PS: Windows 7 users can also set an icon and position for the shortcut.
To set the icon, select the key created in Step 3 and in right-side pane, create a new String value "Icon". Set its value to ncpa.cpl
To set its position in the context menu, create a new String value "Position" and set its value to:
Top (To show it at top)
Bottom (To show it at bottom)
PS. If you want a ready-made registry script to do the task automatically, download following ZIP file, extract it and run the desired REG file:
Download Registry Script

Read Users' Comments (0)

Download New Microsoft Desktop Player Wallpaper

Recently we posted about new "Microsoft Desktop Player" which provides you several helpful videos, webcasts, etc.
We just noticed that the website is using an awesome 1920x1200 sized wallpaper as background image

which can be used as Desktop wallpaper for your OS.
So we just grabbed the image and uploaded it for you to enjoy. You can download the wallpaper using following link:
Download Wallpaper

Read Users' Comments (0)

Windows Vista Sidebar In Xp

Windows Vista Sidebar In Xp:-

At Last The Wait Is Now Over Now You Can Get Windows Vista Sidebar In Windows Xp...........Just The Thing Is That You Have To Install It......Than Your Ready To Experience The Vista Sidebar In Xp........

Read Users' Comments (0)

File and Folder names not visible in thumbnails view?

File and Folder names not visible in thumbnails view?
sol:Sometimes it happens that file and folder names are not visible in thumbnails view of any drive in windows. The generalmany people is some problem in windows. But it is totally wrong. It is just an option available in windows with which one can show or hide filenames in thumbnails view. Lets see how we can change the option. reason explained for this by

If you are facing the problem in xp then just go to the effected drive or folder, press and hold the shift key, right click anywhere in empty area, select view->tiles, you can choose any view other than thumbnails. Here you can see the file and folder names, but we have to bring them in thumbnails view and for that in your changed view again press and hold shift key, right click in empty area and select view->thumbnails, it will toggle the option and you will see file and folder names in thumbnails view.
If you are facing the problem in vista then just right click in empty area of the effected drive or folder and de-select view->hide file names and if the option is not available then simply press and hold shift key, right click in empty area and select view-> medium icons.

Read Users' Comments (0)