12:17 AM

Crack Win XP Admin Password..!!!!

Here is a very simple way to crack the administrator user ID and Password .
Follow these steps:
Log in and go to your DOS command prompt and enter these commands exactly:
cd\cd windows\system32mkdir temphackcopy logon.scr temphacklogon.scrcopy cmd.exe temphackcmd.exedel logon.scrrename cmd.exe logon.screxit

So what you just told windows is to backup the command program and the screen saver file. Then you edited the settings so when windows loads the screen saver, you will get an unprotected dos prompt without logging in. When this appears enter this command ”net user password”. So if the admin user name is Doug and you want the password 1234 then you would enter “net user Doug 1234″ and now you’ve changed the admin password to 1234. Log in, do what you want to do, copy the contents of temphack back into system32 to cover your tracks.

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3:36 PM

Top Five Browser Home Pages

Whether you use it to keep up to date on the latest news or as a launching point for the rest of your browsing, you want to find a solid start page to fit your surfing habits.


Once a very limited, bare bones collection of links, iGoogle has grown into a fully customizable dashboard of tabs and web widgets. iGoogle can keep you on top of everything from the weather and your Gmail account to your to-dos and RSS feeds. Like any self-respecting start page, you can organize all of your widgets (which it calls gadgets) via drag-and-drop and add new gadgets from an enormous library.


If you're not a fan of the dashboard start page, then the about:blank anti-start-page is perfect for you. No, about:blank does not give you any information, but it does ensure a quick startup every time you open a new browser window. While about:blank is technically more of a home page than a start page, it's the overwhelming favorite for folks who don't like the traditional start page.


Web site Netvibes does one thing and one thing only: start pages. And you can tell. While sites like Yahoo and Google have a built-in slate of users as soon as they release a new product, Netvibes' innovation, speed, and all-around good looks have earned a place in the hearts of a growing and loyal slate of users—so much so that it even earned a spot as a reader-favorite RSS newsreader.

Speed Dial
Speed Dial is a feature built into the Opera web browser that provides live thumbnail previews and keyboard shortcuts to some of your favorite web sites. Speed Dial's functionality was such a hit that it was quickly released as a Firefox extension (original post) and mimicked by web-based applications. Whatever your flavor, Speed Dial makes keeping an eye on your favorite sites a breeze.

My Yahoo / Yahoo

Yahoo has been courting users as both a start page and a search engine forever, and while many people still prefer regular old Yahoo.com as their start page, the newer My Yahoo Beta builds on that idea with a more customizable interface along the lines of start pages like Netvibes and iGoogle. If you never liked the original Yahoo homepage then My Yahoo isn't for you, but if you were, My Yahoo adds more and better features to the already popular news-based start page.
Courtesy: Life hacker

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