Monday, November 22, 2010

Customize Windows XP's General tab

It’s easy to customize Windows XP’s General tab in the System Properties dialog box with your support contact information and your company’s logo just by using Notepad. Here’s how:

1.Launch Notepad and type the following text, replacing the dummy information shown here with your own:
Manufacturer=Vikram's Computers
[Support Information]
Line1=Call 555-1212 for technical support
Line2=Call 555-1212 for technical support
Line3=Call 555-1212 for technical support
Line4=Call 555-1212 for technical support

2.Save the file in the C:\Windows\System32 folder as Oeminfo.ini.
3.To add your logo to the General tab, create a 256-color BMP file that is 96 by 96 pixels in size.
4.SSave the file in the C:\Windows\System32 folder as Oemlogo.bmp.
After you create the files, you can check the results immediately by pressing [Windows][Break]. This will quickly bring up the System Properties dialog box.

This tip applies to Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Microsoft OS [All version]

Microsoft all OS


Windows XP Mode provides a virtual Windows XP environment capable of running many Windows XP-compatible business and productivity applications. With Windows XP Mode, Windows 7 users can run older or incompatible programs in Windows XP Mode, and launch them from Windows 7 desktop in just one click.

Windows XP Mode uses virtualization technology such as Windows Virtual PC runtime engine to provide a virtual Windows XP environment for Windows 7. In actual, Virtual Windows XP Mode is the combination of two features. Firstly, Windows Virtual PC-based virtualization technology, and secondly, pre-packaged virtual Windows XP with Service Pack 3 (SP3), fully licensed and pre-activated.

VirtualWindowsXP_32_en-us.msi 445.36 MB

Virtual Machine for Windows 7 - Windows6.1-KB958559-x86.msu