Here is the list of some windows 7 Activation Product Key to Activate Windows 7 Beta easily.Thses keys has been collected from internet from various sources.If your are nt going to buy windows 7 in any case then use these activation keys
Windows 7 Beta 64-bit Product Key
D9RHV-JG8XC-C77H2-3YF6D-RYRJ9 Windows 7 Beta 32-bit Product Key
QXV7B-K78W2-QGPR6-9FWH9-KGMM7 Here’s a list of 15 Multiple Activation Product Keys (MAK)
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Very simple Try this: run registry by typing `regedit' after
clicking Start button in Windows and then click Run. Then delete this
string value: HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > FolderLock6 > LastLockerPath Then boot to Safe mode , hold F8 Key when start PC Go to My Documents and search for a file name locker with extension (*FLK) or (*FLKW) and delete. Reboot
PC in normal mode , run the Folder lock program and click trial, then
enter new password/confirm new password,MAKE SURE TO REMEMBER, I use
123456 for easy one Then go to option, and uninstall the program as you wish
Just download any full version copy of folder lock with similar version
of the one your using, example Folder lock v5.7.5 or something like
that. Then just Install it. Then let it run automatically after the
installation. You will be prompt to login using a new folder lock user
id and folder lock registration key. You can use this
FolderLock User ID: NewSoft15805
FolderLock Registration Key: 221281703
After you have entered the information above, follow the programs
procedures until registration is finish. Start folder lock and when the
program ask for the password, use the folder Registration Key stated
Now that you have successfully entered the program, you can reconfigure
it based on your preferences. Now if you want to uninstall the program
which I did, click "options" and select uninstall. The system will
require you to reboot your computer after it was uninstalled to remove
unwanted folder lock backup files.
This worked for me but I can't guarantee if it will work for all versions. just give it a try if you want to, okay.
Yet another option....
Folder Lock can be bypassed by:
1/ locate the folder it is locking
2/ copy the locked folder to another directory
3/ install Folder Lock (again) in the new dir.
4/ set password
5/ open the copy of the original locked folder.
start your computer in safe mode and ACCESS THE ACTUAL FOLDER.... DO NOT
RUN THE "FOLDER LOCK" PROGRAM. just navigate through explorer to the
folder that you locked and it will open as normal...once in the locked
folder copy or cut your files to another location then reboot in normal
mode and your files will be in the new location.
i am using windows 7 ultimate and it worked as simple as that...
i don't know how to get rid of the 'folder lock' program itself
without the password unless you reformat the hard drive, but at least
with this method u will be able to access and move out your files from
the locked folder.
once you move your files to another location, the locked folder will
be empty and take up the same space as a regular empty folder so it
wont be robbing your space..and the folder lock program is very small it
wont have any devastating impact on your hard drive space, it can be
if you used the "vault" or "chest" folder that folder lock provides then i cant help ya there
Generally, we store our
important files/data in our PenDrive or Micro SD Card or Hard Disk of
our computer/laptop. At times, we may come to a situation to recover our
important files/data if somehow it is accidentally deleted / lost from
our PenDrive or Micro SD Card or Hard Disk. The task of recovering our
lost files through a professional agency is often painstaking and
costly. When our critical data is lost, the recovery process of the same
involves removing the drive and shipping it off to a service that could
end up draining our IT budget.
What happens when we lose our important files / data on a drive? We
first search those files through our computer’s built-in search option
and if the files / data are not found on the drive we pull out that
drive and look for a third-party solution which could cost us heavily.
But here is one simple way to recover our accidentally lost important
(critical) files, images etc. stored on our drive(s).
Files we have deleted/accidentally lost and then recently emptied
from our Recycle Bin are often still present on our (or USB Flash drive
or Pen Drive or Media Card, SD Card etc.) and hence can be recovered
easily using free file recovery programs. These file recovery program
can help us to un-delete our important files stored on our drive(s).
So before you go for a third-party agency for recovering your Lost
Files on your drive(s), I suggest you to download & install Recuva, a
file recovery software developed by Piriform, and try to recover you
files through it. Recuva is a free file recovery utility software that
makes it extremely easy to locate files that were once thought to be
lost forever. This helps you to restore files that have accidentally
been deleted from your computer. This includes files emptied from the
Recycle bin as well as images and other files that have been deleted by
user error from digital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even
bring back files that have been deleted by bugs, crashes and viruses.
It even works on a micro SD card. Some days ago I, my younger brother
deleted all my files on my mobile’s memory card. I then immediately run
my memory card through Recuva and got everything back.
Recuva File Recovery Utility as has been reviewed by major software review sites such as PC World, Download Squad, LifeHacker, MakeUseOf and recommended as a must have file recovery utility for every user.
So, if once you lost any file or found a corrupt file or else on
your drive due to Power failure, virus attack, hardware failure etc.,
first try to recover them by yourself using Recuva before send them over
a professional data recovery services.
in terms of computer networking, is the measure of data transfer speed.
Accessing Internet with high speed has always been first choice of
every net users. But due to lack of infrastructure available in most of
places, only limited internet speed | bandwidth is available to most of
the internet | broadband users.
In Windows XP there is some amount of internet bandwidth reserved |
hidden itself by Windows. So today I am telling you that hidden trick |
tweak available in Windows XP (SP2 & above) to increase your
internet speed | bandwidth by 20%. Actually, this 20% of Internet
Bandwidth is reserved by Windows to perform Windows Update & such
other tasks. Since, Windows is not always required to be updated, you
can enjoy this reserve Internet Bandwidth for your System for faster
Easy steps involved for increasing internet | broadband speed are
listed below. The first list contains only steps in short but in the
second list you will find steps to boost your internet speed along with
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Windows 7 adds loads of great shortcuts for switching between apps, moving windows around your screen, moving them to another monitor altogether, and much more. Here's a quick-reference master list of the best new Windows 7 shortcuts.
We're nuts for keyboard shortcuts here at Lifehacker, and Windows 7 brings a handful of great new ones to add to your muscle memory. It's also got a few handy mouse-based shortcuts you'd do well to add to your repertoire. So let's get shortcuttin'.
Window Management Shortcuts
One of the best changes in Windows 7 is the ability to "snap" windows to the side of the screen, maximize them by dragging to the top of the screen, or even move them to another monitor with a shortcut key. Check out the video for a demonstration of how some of the keys work.
The full list of keyboard shortcuts includes:
Win+Home: Clear all but the active window.
Win+Space: All windows become transparent so you can see through to the desktop.
Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window.
Shift+Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window vertically.
Win+Down arrow: Minimize the window/Restore the window if it's maximized.
Win+Left/Right arrows: Dock the window to each side of the monitor.
Shift+Win+Left/Right arrows: Move the window to the monitor on the left or right.
You can also interact with windows by dragging them with the mouse:
Drag window to the top: Maximize
Drag window left/right: Dock the window to fill half of the screen.
Shake window back/forth: Minimize everything but the current window.
Double-Click Top Window Border (edge): Maximize window vertically.
In Windows 7, using the Windows key along with the numbers 1-9 will let you interact with the applications pinned to the taskbar in those positions – for example, the Windows key + 4 combination would launch Outlook in this example, or Win+Alt+4 can be used to get quick access to the Outlook Jump List from the keyboard.
You can use any of these shortcut combinations to launch the applications in their respective position on the taskbar, or more:
Win+number (1-9): Starts the application pinned to the taskbar in that position, or switches to that program.
Shift+Win+number (1-9): Starts a new instance of the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.
Ctrl+Win+number (1-9): Cycles through open windows for the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.
Alt+Win+number (1-9): Opens the Jump List for the application pinned to the taskbar.
Win+T: Focus and scroll through items on the taskbar.
Win+B: Focuses the System Tray icons
In addition, you can interact with the taskbar using your mouse and a modifier key:
Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program or quickly open another instance of a program.
Ctrl+Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program as an administrator.
Shift+Right-click on a taskbar button: Show the window menu for the program (like XP does).
Shift+Right-click on a grouped taskbar button: Show the window menu for the group.
Ctrl+Click on a grouped taskbar button: Cycle through the windows of the group.
More Useful Hotkeys You Should Know
The new hotkey goodness didn't stop with the taskbar and moving windows around—one of the best new hotkeys in Windows 7 is the fact that you can create a new folder with a hotkey. Just open up any Windows Explorer window, hit the Ctrl+Shift+N shortcut key sequence, and you'll be rewarded with a shiny "New Folder" ready for you to rename.
Here's a few more interesting hotkeys for you:
Ctrl+Shift+N: Creates a new folder in Windows Explorer.
Alt+Up: Goes up a folder level in Windows Explorer.
Alt+P: Toggles the preview pane in Windows Explorer.
Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds Copy as Path, which copies the path of a file to the clipboard.
Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds extra hidden items to the Send To menu.
Shift+Right-Click on a folder: Adds Command Prompt Here, which lets you easily open a command prompt in that folder.
Win+P: Adjust presentation settings for your display.
Win+(+/-): Zoom in/out.
Win+G: Cycle between the Windows Gadgets on your screen.
Windows 7 definitely makes it a lot easier to interact with your PC from your keyboard—so what are your favorite shortcuts, and how do they save you time? Share your experience in the comments.