Sunday, 25 May 2014



Alright so you are tired of the boringg wait of system startups ,
omg... what to do.. then follow me if u wanna know how to turn the pc
on in 10 seconds (may vary) Then here is what u have to do to turn ur
pc on in 10 seconds

Start Run

And type Regedit

press enter

this will open Registery Editor

now look for the key


Now there find the Key Called "Startup Delay"

Double Click On It

Now where its Base Click Decimal

Now its Default Value Is 4800000 (75300:hexadecimal)
Change The Value To 40000

here u go u have done it

now close the Registery Editor and Restart Your Computer

If you think of editing registry as any risk , then you can keep a
backup of the old values so you can immediately restore it whenever
you want

So enjoy guys.....



When using the start menu you will notice a delay between different
tiers of the menu hierarchy.So do you want to fast or speed up your
computer in as easy method as you can then you are at the right place
.. Because today i am going to tell you a method by using which you
can speed up your computer without any clean up , tune up or any other
software , Although i recommend this softwares to remove junk files on
computer but this method is totally different from it.

So what you have to do is

1. Start Run

2. Type regedit and press enter.

3. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
Select MenuShowDelay from the list on the right.

4. Right click on it and select Modify.

5. Change the value to 0.

6. Reboot your computer.

And you are done , you can see the changes that your system is fast
from before , the delay time between the menu options show , refresh
rate all are now very fast.

If you think of editing registry as any risk , then you can keep a
backup of the old values so you can immediately restore it whenever
you want

So enjoy guys

Types of Passwords

Types of Passwords

There are three main types of passwords.

Strings of Characters

At the most basic level, passwords are stings of characters, numbers
and symbols. Access to a keyboard or keypad allows entry of these
types of passwords. These passwords range from the simplest – such as
the three digit codes used on some garage door openers – to the more
complicated combinations of characters, numbers and symbols that are
recommended for protecting highly confidential information.

Strings of Characters plus a token

The next level in passwords is to require a string of characters,
numbers and symbols plus a token of some type. An example of this is
the ATM, which requires a card - the token - plus a personal
identification number or PIN. This is considered more secure, because
if you lack either item, you are denied access.

Biometric Passwords

The third level in passwords is the biometric password. This is the
use of non-reproducible biological features, such as fingerprints or
facial features to allow access. An example of this is the retinal
scan, in which the retina – which is the interior surface of the back
of the eye is photographed.

The retina contains a unique pattern of blood vessels that are easily
seen and this pattern is compared to a reference. Biometric passwords
are the most sophisticated and are considered 'safer' but in reality a
password that you 'carry' in your finger or eye is no safer than a
strong password that you carry in your head, provided that the
software that uses the
password is correctly configured.

Protection from Password Cracking

Protection from Password Cracking

Here are some suggestions on how to keep your passwords from being cracked:

1. Use strong passwords that cannot be determined by a dictionary attack.

2. Don't post your passwords near your computer.

3.Limit wrong attempts to three tries, then lock the account. The
password must then be reset.

(This does not apply to documents or password protected zip files –
they do not have lock out options.)

4.Change passwords regularly.

5. Use a variety of passwords for different computers. Does this mean
that you need to create a unique password for everything? Absolutely
not. Maintain a master password for things that don't matter . But use
good passwords for anything that actually
needs to be secure.