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Friday, November 30, 2007

IE Tab - Display Internet Explorer in Firefox's tab

IE Tab is a great Firefox extension. can easily view how your page displayed in IE with just one click and then switch back to Firefox. You can switch it on the right click context menu (image above), status bar or just place it beside your homepage button.

Ok, I'll show you how to place it beside your homepage button:-

Step 1

Install IE Tab extension and restart your Firefox. (To restart, just close and reopen your Firefox browser)

Step 2

Go to View > Toolbars > Customize...You will see something like below:-

Click and drag the IE Tab button and drop it beside the homepage button. It should be look like this:-

Now, mouse over the IE Tab button to see the text tool tips. It will tell you:-
  • Left click: Switches the rendering engine for the current page
  • Middle click: Switches the rendering engine in a new tab
  • Right click: Show IE Tab Sites Filter (IE Tab options)
This is a great tool for web developers/designers to view how their web page displayed in IE in a single click. It was really helpful for me right now because I'm working for my new blogger template.

That's all for today..have fun!!

Official website: Tab

Thursday, November 29, 2007

CCleaner - Clean up junk files and invalid Registry entries

Yeahh..the title says it all. CCleaner is a freeware system optimization and privacy tool. It removes unused files from your system - allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up valuable hard disk space.

I've installed and used this software.'s really fast and taking less than a second to run. Beside that, it will prompt you to save your Registry first if you want to fix or delete them.

Cleans the following:
  • Internet Explorer Cache, History, Cookies, Index.dat.

  • Recycle Bin, Temporary files and Log files.

  • Recently opened URLs and files.

  • Third-party application temp files and recent file lists (MRUs).
    Including: Firefox, Opera, Media Player, eMule, Kazaa, Google Toolbar, Netscape, Office XP, Nero, Adobe Acrobat, WinRAR, WinAce, WinZip and more...

  • Advanced Registry scanner and cleaner to remove unused and old entries.
    Including File Extensions, ActiveX Controls, ClassIDs, ProgIDs, Uninstallers, Shared DLLs, Fonts, Help Files, Application Paths, Icons, Invalid Shortcuts and more... Backup for registry clean.

  • Windows Startup tool.

Hmm..I think that's all for today..

Fell free to download CCleaner.

Credits: FileHippo

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Download XeL-Green Xbox (Wallpaper)

[ Download | 1152x864]

Hmm..this time I'm trying my best to draw the Xbox logo using the green and yellow color. Note that I've changed the prefix of the wallpaper name because there are some people are looking for the "dx wallpaper" and landing on my blog. I'm pretty sure that they're looking for the D-Generation X wallpaper. And obviously, my design is not related to that stuff and maybe someday I will design my wallpaper based on the wrestling theme. Hehe..

Check out the details:-

Name: XeL-Green Xbox
Type: Wallpaper
File Format: JPEG
Dimensions: 1152 x 864
Theme: XBOX
File size: 207 KB
Date created: Nov 27, 07
Software: Adobe Illustrator
Color: Green, Yellow
Background Color:
  • HEX: #103108
  • RGB: 16, 49, 8
Extract the file using WinRAR.

That's all..Yeahh!!!

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Download Foxkeh wallpapers

Hmm..nice wallpapers. What else can I say. By the way, Foxkeh is a mascot character for Firefox promotions organized by Mozilla Japan. It was a calendar wallpapers anyway. I really like the variety of colors they used for the wallpaper background.

Feel free to download Foxkeh's wallpapers.

That's all for today!!!

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Windows XP - Remove cached run command lists

Ok, a quick Win XP tip for today. Maybe some of you guys has been using a lot of windows run commands and would like to remove the cached lists (image above).

Here is how you can easily delete or get rid of them:-

Step 1

Open your Registry Editor. Go to Start>Run (Windows+R), type regedit and press ENTER.

Step 2

Navigate to the following key:-


Ok, by now, you should see the value corresponding to the command that you have used. To remove it, just right click (the one with label a, b, c, d and so on) and select Delete. See image below:-

Restart your machine. Your cached run commands should be gone right now.

That’s all. Yeahh!!!

Credits: Wowarea

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Blogger - Save and backup your template

It is really important to backup your blogger template. Whether you’d like to add some HTML code or some cool widget in the code area, this thing you should not leave it behind. Or you will be end up with a frustration feeling. Hehe..

Ok, this is how you can easily backup your blog template. (From now on, I’ll be posting a blogger tips for both versions – classic and new blogger)

For Classic Blogger

Go to Dashboard > Template > Edit HTML. You will see some HTML code page (inside the frame). Click inside the frame, select all (Ctrl+A), and then copy (Ctrl+C). See image below:-

Open a blank Notepad file and paste (Ctrl+V) it right there. Save your file as mybackuptemplate.txt or anything you want. DONE.

Note: To use the backup template (restore), simply copy the backup code and paste it inside the frame (replace the current template).

For New Blogger

Go to Dashboard > Layout > Edit HTML. You will see something like below:-

Click on Download Full Template and it will save your template into hard drive with the .xml extension. Rename it as mybackuptemplate.xml. DONE.

Note: To use the backup template, simply click the Browse button, locate your saved file (.xml) and click the Upload button.

Right now, you shouldn’t be worry if something terrible happen on your blog HTML code while you are working on it.

That’s all for today. Yeahh!!

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Windowpaper XP - Customize XP folder

Hehe..last time I've posted about how to customize XP folder background using IESHWIZ. I thought that it might be quite difficult to follow for those who are new at Win XP. No worry, this time I've found a great free software;Windowpaper XP, for you to use to customize your folder.

Windowpaper XP lets you customize the background of your folders with wallpapers in the same way, you can customize your desktop.

Other than that, it allows you to select a custom background image for any folder you want (including subfolders), specify the font color and instantly preview the results.

Check out this screenshot:-

I've tried to customize my "test" folder on my desktop using blue background and white text color. It was really easy to use this software. Just follow the step by step instruction on the right side of this software.

Step 1: Select a folder to modify (Check the checkbox to include subfolders)
Step 2: Choose a background (You can only select either using image or color)
Step 3: Choose a color for your icon text

And then, click the Folder icon beside the Default button to see a changes. If you satisfied with it, click Exit and DONE.

If you want to restore everything to default, select the folder and just click the Default button.

Feel free to download Windowpaper XP

I think that's all for today. Yeahh!!

Monday, November 12, 2007

Gmail IMAP for the iPhone

Ok, let's learn how to set up Gmail IMAP on the iPhone in about a minute. Check out this video:-

Further info: Learn how to set up IMAP on other devices.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Edit whatever you want on ANY web page (Javascript)

Last time I wrote about make your website look crazy. I think, it would be much crazier this time. Same as before, just go to any website, delete everything in the address bar and copy/paste the following code in the address bar and then press enter:-

javascript:document.body.contentEditable='true'; document.designMode='on'; void 0

After that, start edit everything in that website. You can move picture to another place, change the text and of course, you can delete them. This is what I did to Digg website..hehe:-

It's just for fun anyway..:)

That's all for today!! Yeahh!

Credits: Digg

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Sophos JEEFOGUI – Powerful tool to remove W32:Jeefo

Woww!! What else can I say about this tool!!! Sophos JEEFOGUI is the powerful tool to remove, repair and stop the troublesome W32:Jeefo virus from running in your system. Full thanks and credits to whoever behind the development of this handy software. Yea, it’s totally free to use.

If you have no idea about W32:Jeefo virus, I will tell you a little bit info about it. W32:Jeefo infects all of Windows PE executables with an extension of .EXE and a filesize greater than 102,399 bytes, in all folders of all fixed drives C: to Z:. Other than that, it runs continuously in the background, infecting files at periodic intervals with no mercy.

Take a look at the screenshot below (I used Avast Antivirus to scan all my drives):-

It was really annoying and pissed me off. For those who have the same experience like me and don’t know how to get rid of it might be take a painful step to format drive C: and delete manually all the .exe files. And after that, they have no choice but to reinstall all Windows, drivers, software and they have to download all their favorite games including Pac Man (maybe).

Ok, this is how I get rid of W32:Jeefo using JEEFOGUI.

Step 1

Stop the antivirus software from scanning and close it. Download tool (Yes, it has .com extension). Run this software and click Accept.

Note: will delete the file SVCHOST.EXE, disinfect all infected files and remove the registry entries.

Step 2

You will see a simple interface and without wasting any time, click on the green GO button to start scan all your drives. It will start detecting infected files and at the same time, it will repair/remove/disinfect the infected files automatically. See image below:-

Step 3

Close JEEFOGUI after it already finished scanned and disinfected the files. Ok, now we have to turn off the System Restore.

Note: This will delete any previously created restore points.

For Windows XP user (I’m not really sure for Win 98/ME user), simply go to your Desktop > right click on My Computer icon > Properties and select the System Restore tab (or Windows+Pause/Break and select System Restore tab). Now check the Turn off System Restore on all drives checkbox, click Apply and click Yes. See image below:-

After that uncheck that same checkbox (to turn it on), click Apply and click OK. See image below:-

Restart your computer. DONE.

Right now, you can run all your program/.exe files without any worries. Yeahh..that’s all!

Optional: You can use Sophos Anti-Virus to protect your computer against the latest viruses.

Download Sophos Antivirus.


1. The other tool, JEEFOCLI is designed to be run from the command prompt and can be called from batch files or other scripts. This tool is designed for use on large networks.

2. Sophos's anti-virus solutions can remove and disinfect infections including Brontok virus and other viruses.

Credits: LinkMania

Friday, November 2, 2007

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