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Create One-click Shutdown And Reboot Shortcuts

Create One-Click Shutdown and Reboot Shortcuts

First, create a shortcut on your desktop by right-clicking on the desktop, choosing New, and then choosing Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard appears. In the box asking for the location of the shortcut, type shutdown. After you create the shortcut, double-clicking on it will shut down your PC. But you …

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Create Bootable Win XP SP1 CD(nero)

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How to create a bootable Windows XP SP1 CD (Nero): Step 1 Create 3 folders – C:\WINXPSP1, C:\SP1106 and C:\XPBOOT Step 2 Copy the entire Windows XP CD into folder C:\WINXPSP1 Step 3 You will have to download the SP1 Update, which is 133MB. Rename the Service Pack file to …

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Create An Ftp Server On Your Pc With Serv-u

Create An Ftp Server On Your Pc With Serv-u

Requirements: Serv-U No-IP.com Website Quote: Step 1. Getting a static IP address. Get a static address for your FTP server. You will want to do this as opposed to using your IP address for several reasons. First, it’s easier keeping up-to-date. Imagine having to change all of your setting every …

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Create A Huge File

Create A Huge File

You can create a file of any size using nothing more than what’s supplied with Windows. Start by converting the desired file size into hexadecimal notation. You can use the Windows Calculator in Scientific mode do to this. Suppose you want a file of 1 million bytes. Enter 1000000 in …

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Create a Dark-Edged Vignette Effect Tut-10

Create a Dark-Edged Vignette Effect

STEPS   1) Click the Adjustment Layer icon in the Layers palette. 2) Click Photo Filter.  The Photo Filter dialog appears. 3) Click the color thumbnail.  The Color Picker appears. 4) Click and select a dark brown or black. 5) Click OK to close the Color Picker. 6) Deselect the …

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Create Soft Focus Effect Tut-9

Create Soft Focus Effect

STEPS   1) Click and drag the Background layer over the New Layer icon in the Layers palette. 2) Click Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur.  The Gaussian Blur dialog appears. 3) Move the dialog so you can see the image. 4) Click and drag the Radius slider until the …

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