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Vishal Gupta

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  1. I'll update the whole tutorial soon. In the mean time, you can check the updated links here: Transform Windows XP in Windows Vista without Customization pack
  2. You just need to re-arrange the controls in the dialog box. Simply drag-n-drop the progress bar to left-top side and then resize it. Its a very old screenshot so I don't have the actual code. Its very simple. Just play with the controls and move them anywhere you want.
  3. So you are using Windows Vista and feel that its slower than Windows XP? Then you have come to the right place. Following tutorial will help you in tweaking your Windows Vista to the max and you'll feel a significant improvement in your system performance. So without wasting any time lets start: 1. Following code contains a few registry modifications, which are completely safe and can increase the performance of Windows Vista. Just paste following code in Notepad, save the file with name "Vishal.reg" (including quotes) and then run it: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
  4. Thread updated with a few Vista problems with their solutions...
  5. Happy New Year to all Wincert members. May all your wishes come true this year.
  6. Lots of Vista users are facing a strange problem, where the folder icons in User folder change from special glass icons to simple folder icons. Look at the following screenshot: This is how the icons look in User folder which can be accessed using
  7. Thank you so much guys for the wishes.
  8. Thank you so much for the wishes. ;-)

  9. Hi bonCziki Thanks for your comments. Another person asked me the same thing to upload the file somewhere else. I promise I'll re-upload the files very soon to other uploading site and will update the topic. Pls give me some time.
  10. Welcome to the forum buddy.
  11. Guys Did you know there is an extra hidden tab in Windows Live Messenger Option dialog box? Its called "Add-ins". I don't know why its hidden by default? Today I found a registry hack to enable it in WLM while playing with WLM's EXE file in Resource Hacker. Before: After: So here is step-by-step tutorial to enable it: 1. Open regedit and goto: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MSNMessenger 2. In right-side pane, create a new DWORD value and give it name "AddInFeatureEnabled" and set its value to 1 3. Thats it. Now open Windows Live Messenger and goto "Tools -
  12. Well done mate. Awesome job. To change the text in Winlogon.exe, I have also written a very small tutorial here: How to Change Windows XP Login Screen Text Entries?
  13. In Longhorn the "Details Pane" was shown at Top but now in Windows Vista its shown on bottom. Many ppl still like the good old top details pane like shown in my following theme: New AeroVG Theme for Windows Vista So here I'm posting a detailed tutorial for changing the "Details Pane" location from Bottom to Top in Windows Vista: 1. We'll have to edit "%windir%\System32\Shell32.dll" file. So first take ownership of this file using my following tutorial: Add Take Ownership Option in File / Folder Context Menu in Windows Vista 2. Now open the file in Resource Hacker. 3. Goto "Vie
  14. You'll have to edit the BITMAPs and UIFILE in "logonui.exe" using Resource Hacker. Otherwise you can use 3rd party software like Logon Studio to easily change logion screen.
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