Saturday, June 30, 2012

Speed Up SATA Hard Drives&USB Drives


Trick 50:
Speed Up SATA Hard Drives&USB Drives In Windows Vista Window Vista has built in support for SATA and external drives, but they seem to be slow because the advanced write cache features aren’t automatically activated. 
-With just few steps you can enable them and get a much faster response. 
-First you need to go to the Device Manager which you can go directly by just typing device in the start menu search box or just type in devmgmt.msc in command line. 
-Now open the Disk drives section and right click on your hard drive. 
-Now click on the Policies tab and you’ll find this dialog box: Now click the checkbox for Enable advanced performance, and you are done. 
-Write caching isn’t enabled by default as removing devices directly without using the “Safely remove removable device”may lose your data, so be cautious when enabling this options. But enabling this option also when speeding up performance significantly when writing to the disk. 
-Now select the external drive and double click it to open up the properties screen. 
-Then just change the setting to “Optimize for performance” and hit OK to continue. 
-You’ll have to reboot for all the settings to take effect. 
-Next time you boot into Windows Vista you’ll see faster bootup times and better disk writing performance.
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Trick 51:
admin- This is an amazing trick to amaze your friends. 
-By using this trick you can make your computer to speak whatever you type. 
-This trick is working on all microsoft operating system and does not require any programming skills. 
-You have to follow just simple steps and your own Text to Voice software will be ready. 
-If you show this software to any of your friends he will be certainly impressed with you 
-Ok,the trick is fairly simple and requires only 3 simple steps from your side. 
-Let’s Begin 1.Open Notepad and copy and paste the following code into it Dim message, sapi message=InputBox 
("What do you want me to say?","Speak to Me") Set sapi=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice") sapi.Speak message 
-2.Now save the notepad file with the name speak.vbs at your desktop.
-3.Now double click on speak.vbs type in the box whatever you want your computer to speak for you.