Erase Google Address Bar Files

May 5, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

RapidShare Tutorials – Find Every File On Rapidshare Easy

Erase Google Toolbar Files

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New Years 2010 Logos, Google PageRank Update & SEOs Slapped

Erase Aol Toolbar History

February 17, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

I want to know if anyone with aol can tell me if I can find my toolbarbar history that has been erased?

My toolbar history was erased for the past couple weeks and there was a website that I really need and I really need to find the old history please help!!!
they didn’t erase because there were to many they were erased by someone

Erase Google Web Browser Files

February 13, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

How to Remove Cookies Firefox and automatically delete

This article describes how to delete cookie files from your computer.

You can make a decision to have Guided Help delete the cookie files as of your computer for you, or you can physically delete cookie files from your computer.

The “How to automatically delete cookies in Internet Explorer on Windows XP” section contain instructions on how to have Guided assist perform the steps for you.

Cookies are used by some websites to enable their sites to retain information something about you.

The information that is stored in cookies (locally on your computer) can vary, some sites use it for preferences, whereas ecommerce sites may use them to have down pat what you have in your shopping basket.

While one can simply turn cookies off completely before browsing the internet, this can result in many websites not operational properly.

For example, many shopping carts make use of cookies to track your browsing session, and disabling cookies may mean that the store becomes totally unusable.

So generally people find it preferable to keep cookies enabled, and delete cookies periodically to remove any unwanted data left on their computer.

Delete Cookies in Firefox

1.    Open Firefox and click on the “Tools” menu.
2.    In the “Tools” menu, click on “Options”.
3.    The Options pop-up window will open.
4.    From along the left side of the window selects the “Privacy” icon. This displays the Privacy Settings in the right side of the window.
5.    The option to erase the provisional Internet file “Cookies” is near the bottom of the list.
6.    Click “Clear” to delete cookies.

There are few general goals that are accomplished by the usage of cookies:

1.    To notify the Web site that you have visit it in the past. This information can be used to block some one-time services (for example Web pools, one-time promotional services, etc.).

2.    To remember your user name and password so that you don’t need to enter them each time when you visit this Web site.

3.    To remember your personal in order that is important to the Web site you are visiting. It can be your name, personal preferences, advertising information, etc.

4.    To show you a dissimilar ad each time when you visit the site or similar ads to ones that you have clicked in the past.
Automatically delete cookies in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Netscape.

Secure Clean is the perfect tool for remove compromising Internet data.

Delete cookies, clear temporary Internet files and clean up Windows files that slow down your PC. Protect your identity and erase provisional Internet files with Secure Clean.

Delete Cookies in Google Chrome

Step 1. Launch the Google Chrome browser.
In this regard you can double click the Chrome desktop icon, click the Chrome icon from the Start menu, or whatever other income you use to launch the software application (I prefer to type in chrome.exe in Run).

Step 2. From the top correct hand corner of the Chrome window click the wrench menu (it’s called the wrench menu because it looks like a wrench).

Step 3. A dropdown menu will appear click Options.

Step 4. The Google Chrome Options window will now appear. At the top you will see the following tabs: Basics, Personal Stuff and Under the Hood. Click the Under the Hood tab.

Step 5. In the Privacy section there’s a Cookie settings dropdown menu. Right beneath it there’s a button that says Show cookies –> click Show Cookies.

Step 6. The Cookies window will appear. You can now select a specific cookie and get rid of it by clicking Remove. If you want to take away more than one cookie, hold down  select the cookies you would like to remove – then click Remove. If you want to get rid of all the cookies Chrome has saved so far, just click the Remove all button.

Step 7. Click Close to close the Cookies window – click Close to close the Google Chrome Options window and you’re done.

How to Use an Internet Web Browser : How to Clean Out Internet Files

Erase Google Search Files

January 25, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

erase google search files
How may i erase the text from google search?

I clear history, deleted temp files and so forth. but the text still remain there. plz hlp me.

It depends on the browser you are using. This is considered saved form data/information.

In firefox you can remove this by selecting Preferences -> Privacy -> Private Data -> Clear Now… and you can prevent it in future by turning off Preferences -> Privacy -> History -> Remember what I enter in forms and the search bar

If you are using Internet Explorer (not a good idea) you MIGHT be able to clear it by selecting Internet Options -> General -> Temporary Internet Files -> Delete Files

How to Use the Google Search Engine : How to Find Specific File Types with Google

Erase Msn Internet Tracks Files

January 24, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Damn MSN address list?

When I go to a site, the drop down arrow on the web address line records where Ive been. Control Panel/ Internet Options, clear history, delete cookies, delete files does NOT get rid of this history. How can I get my damn computer to erase my tracks ? This is when Im on MSN, so this is MSN Explorer, not Internet Explorer. Thanks

Try using Mozilla Firefox instead.
It has a tool to erase all private data.

Erase Google Browser Files

December 12, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Erase Porn and Web Eraser Software Tools

The internet brings with it many advantages and disadvantages. The main advantage is that you can do lots of work sitting in the comfort of your home, without having to roam from office to office. Insurance, finance, purchase of products, pursuing an education, playing at casinos and many other things can be done at home with the help of the internet. However though there are many advantages, the internet poses numerous disadvantages too.

The main disadvantage of the internet is that the sites that you visit while browsing through the internet tend to get downloaded in secret files of the computer. With this, without your actually knowing about it, you may have some illicit images and information stored in the computer. Unauthorized people may gain access to information not meant for their eyes.

There is a remedy for this problem; make it a point to download some software in the computer where your privacy, job, family and business are protected. With the help of this internet eraser software in the computer, you can be sure that unwanted images and information does not get recorded or stored in the computer. In addition to all this, the internet eraser software helps delete unwanted files permanently with the help of its shredder feature. The reason the files get shredded with this internet eraser software is that it is not enough just deleting files. There are numerous tools in the internet which can retrieve deleted files.

This internet eraser software also helps you clear your search history for Google and Yahoo toolbar search history. It also helps clear the browser search bar history, With this, sites which had been visited will not be accessible to others.

A very important files users may not know much about is a file that stored secretly in the computer called Index.Dat files, these files store and record all your internet surfing history, what is more frustrating is that these files are hidden and can’t be located, and are difficult to delete manually. With the help of the Internet eraser software, it is possible to clear the content of these files to protect your privacy and security.

When surfing the internet, all the URLs that you visit are stored in a cache folder. So when you want to erase this cache folder from the computer, it can be done easily through the internet eraser software. Many people tend to clear history of the tracks of the sites visited clearing the browser history. However, while doing so, the files get hidden, and can be deleted only by using internet eraser software. The internet eraser software can erase all encrypted information found in the computer through internet surfing.

Google Chrome Browser on Nokia N900 + How to Install it

Erase Windows Address Bar Files

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Keyboard Shortcuts

                         KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS


Copy selected text to the ‘Notes’ panel: [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [C]

Copy text in clipboard to the ‘Notes’ panel: [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [V]

Save page address as new bookmark: [Ctrl] + [T]

Save as new bookmark in active bookmark folder: [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [T]

Reload page: [Ctrl] + [R] OR [F5]

Reload selected frame: [Alt] + [F5] OR [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [R]

Reload all open pages: [Ctrl] + [F5] OR [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [R]

Go to next page in history: [X] OR [Ctrl] + [Right Arrow] OR [Alt] + [Right Arrow]

Go to previous page in history: [Z] OR [Backspace] OR [Ctrl] + [Left Arrow] OR [Alt] + [Left Arrow]

Rewind (Go to the first page visited): [Shift] + [Z]

Fast Forward (Go to the end of the history list): [Space] OR [Shift] + [X] OR [Shift] + [Backspace]

Load and display all images: [I]

Toggle loading of images: [Shift] + [I]

Full Screen: [F11]

Close active application window: [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [W] OR [Alt] + [F4]

Close all open pages: [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [W]

Close all open pages except the active one: [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Alt] + [W]

Undo closing of page: [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Z]

Switch to next page on page bar: [1] OR [Ctrl] + [F6]

Switch to previous page on page bar: [2] OR [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F6]

Activate panels for keyboard navigation: [F7]

Open the ‘Search’ panel: [Ctrl] + [1]

Open ‘Bookmarks’ panel: [Ctrl] + [2]

Open ‘Mail’ panel: [Ctrl] + [3]

Open ‘Contacts’ panel: [Ctrl] + [4]

Open ‘Chat’ panel: [Ctrl] + [5]

Open ‘Notes’ panel: [Ctrl] + [6]

Open ‘Transfers’ panel: [Ctrl] + [7]

Open ‘History’ panel: [Ctrl] + [8]

Open ‘Links’ panel: [Ctrl] + [9]

Open ‘Windows’ panel: [Ctrl] + [0]

Close Opera: [Ctrl] + [Q]

Hide Opera: [Ctrl] + [H]





You know of the obvious keyboard shortcuts, such as [Ctrl] + [V], and [Alt] + [Tab]. You probably don’t know them all, however. Experiment with them all -most of them which we’ve listed here – and see which ones you’d like to adopt!

[Windows] + [E] opens My Computer in Windows Explorer

[Windows] + [Pause/Break] opens the System Properties dialog box

[Windows] + [U] opens the Utility Manager

[Windows] + [R] opens the ‘Run…’ prompt

[Windows] + [F] opens the ‘Search for Files and Folders’ window

[Windows] + [Ctrl] + [F] opens the ‘Search for computers on the network’ window

[Windows] + [M] minimises all windows

[Windows] + [Shift] + [M] maximises all windows (after you’ve minimised them)

[Windows] + [D] minimises all windows to the desktop, and then restores all Windows

[Windows] + [L] locks the computer

[Windows] + [B] selects the first item in the System Tray; use the arrow keys to cycle through the items and use [Enter] to open a selected item in the System Tray

[Alt] + [Enter] opens the ‘Properties’ page of a selected item

[Alt] + [Esc] cycles between open programs in the order they were opened

[Alt] + [Spacebar]: in the active window, this brings up the corner dialog box for Move, Size, Minimize, Maximize, or Close

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Esc] Opens the Windows Task Manager

[F2] will rename an item

[F3] opens the ‘Search for files and folders’ window

[F6] cycles through the different types of elements that can be selections on a screen or window

[F10] selects the menu bar in the active program (usually ‘File’) so you can use the arrow keys to navigate through the menus and [Enter] to select

[Shift] + [F10]: for a selected item, this does the same thing as a right-click with the mouse

[Ctrl] + [Esc] opens the Start Menu

Clicking [Shift] five times turns StickyKeys On or Off Holding down the right

[Shift] for eight seconds turns FilterKeys On or Off

Holding down [Num Lock] for five seconds turns ToggleKeys On or Off


                                          USE THE SHORTCUTS


WMP 11’s keyboard shortcuts aren’t exactly the most intuitive, but they can help you get things done fast. Here they are:



Zoom to 50%

[Alt] + [1]

Zoom at 100%

[Alt] + [2]

Zoom to 200%

[Alt] + [3]

Toggle display for full-screen video

[Alt] + [Enter]

Retrace your steps back through your most recent views in the Player

[Alt] + [Left Arrow]

Retrace your steps forward through your most recent views in the Player

[Alt] + [Right Arrow]

Switch to full-screen mode

[Ctrl] + [1]

Switch to skin mode

[Ctrl] + [2]

Turn shuffle on or off

[Ctrl] + [H]

Eject CD or DVD

[Ctrl] + [J]

In full mode, show or hide the Classic Menus (menu bar)

[Ctrl] + [M]

Create a new playlist

[Ctrl] + [N]

Open a file

[Ctrl] + [O]

Play or pause playing

[Ctrl] + [P]

Stop playing

[Ctrl] + [S]

In audio playback, turn repeat on or off

[Ctrl] + [T]

Specify a URL or path to a file

[Ctrl] + [U]

Close or stop playing a file

[Ctrl] + [W]

Rewind video

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [B]

Turn captions and subtitles on or off

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [C]

Fast forward through video or music

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F]

Use a fast play speed

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [G]

Play at normal speed

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [N]

Use a slow play speed

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [S]

Return to full mode from full screen


Edit media information on a selected item in the library


Add media files to the library


Refresh information in the panes


Mute volume


Decrease volume


Increase volume






Change Case…

Column/Frame Break

Font List

Font Size Decrease

Font Size Increase

Font Size List

Font Size Next Combo Size

Font Size Previous Combo Size

Font Weight List

Force Justify

Full Justify

HTML Font Size List



Move Down 1 Frame

Move Down 1 Line

Move Down 1 Paragraph

Move Left 1 Character

Move Left 1 Word

[Shift] + [F3]

[Ctrl] + [Enter]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F]

[Ctrl] + [NUMPAD 2]

[Ctrl] + [NUMPAD 8]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [P]

[Ctrl] + [NUMPAD 6]

[Ctrl] + [UMPAD 4]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [W]

[Ctrl] + [H]

[Ctrl] + [J]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [H]

[Ctrl] + [I]

[Ctrl] + [L]

[Page Down]

[Down Arrow]

[Ctrl] + [Down Arrow]

[Left Arrow]

[Ctrl] + [Left Arrow]

Changes the case of selected text

Column/&Frame Break

Shows a list of all the available/active fonts

Decreases font size to previous point size

Increases font size to next point size

Shows a list of all the available/active font sizes

Increase font size to next setting in Font Size List

Decrease font size to previous setting available in the Font Size List

Shows a list of all the available/active font weights

Force Full Alignment

Full Alignment

Shows a list of all the available/active HTML font sizes

Changes the style of text to italic

Left Alignment

Moves the text caret down 1 frame

Moves the text caret down 1 line

Moves the text caret down 1 paragraph

Moves the text caret left 1 character

Moves the text caret left 1 word




Keyboard shortcuts help you work faster with any application. PowerPoint has shortcuts too. Here are some of them:


Start a presentation

Advance to the next slide

Return to the previous slide

Go to particular slide

Make the screen blank

Make the screen white

Show or Hide the arrow pointer

Erase drawings on a screen

Change pointer to pen

Change pointer to arrow

Change pointer to eraser

Hide pointer and button

To get help on keyboard shortcuts



[N], Left-click, [Spacebar], , , [Enter], or [Page Down]

[P], [Backspace], , , or [Page Up]

Number followed by [Enter]

[B] or [.]

[W] or [,]

[A] or [=]


[Ctrl] + [P]

[Ctrl] + [A]

[Ctrl] + [E]

[Ctrl] + [H]

[Shift] + [?]


WordPerfect Shortcuts

[Ctrl] + [F8]              

Change page margins


Change Font and Font size

[Ctrl] + [F1]              

Spell check


Open the Find and Replace dialog box

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Z]             

Undelete (the last three deletions)

[Ctrl] + [F5]              

Draft View

[Alt] + [F5]                

Page View

[Alt] + [F3]                

Reveal Codes on/off

[Ctrl] + [W]               

WordPerfect character set dialog box

Keyboard Shortcuts For Corel Photo-Paint X3




Align and Distribute…

Artistic Media

Back One




Brush Mask Tool

Brush Settings



Channel Selection


Clone Tool



Color Balance…

Color Palette Browser…

Color Transparency Tool

Combine All Objects With Background

Combine Objects Together

Combine Objects With Background



Copy Visible

Crop Tool





Effect Tool

Ellipse Mask Tool

Ellipse Tool

Eraser Tool



Eyedropper Tool


Fill Tool


Fit Text To Path

Fit in Window

Forward One

Freehand Mask Tool

Full-Screen Preview





Hide Windows


Image Slicing

Image Slicing Tool

Image Sprayer Tool



Interactive Drop Shadow Tool

Interactive Fill Tool

Interactive Object Transparency Tool


[Ctrl] + [Q]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [A]

[Ctrl] + [F10]

[Ctrl] + [PgDn]

[Ctrl] + [B]

[Ctrl] + [B]

[Ctrl] + [F12]


[Ctrl] + [F8]

[Shift] + [F5]

[Ctrl] + [E]

[Alt] + [0] – [9]

[Ctrl] + [F9]


[Ctrl] + [F4]

[Ctrl] + [F2]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [B]

[Ctrl] + [F5]


[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [DnArrow]

[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [DnArrow]

[Ctrl] + [DnArrow]

[Ctrl] + [C]

[Ctrl] + [Insert]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [C]


[Ctrl] + [J]

[Ctrl] + [X]

[Shift] + [Delete]

[Ctrl] + [D]





[Alt] + [F4]

[Ctrl] + [E]


[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F]


[Ctrl] + [Backspace]

[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F]


[Ctrl] + [PgUp]



[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [E]

[Ctrl] + [Y]

[Ctrl] + [G]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Y]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F4]

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [U]

[Alt] + [F1]



[Ctrl] + [I]

[Ctrl] + [F1]




Imports an image from an external device

Aligns object(s) within an image or with each other

Opens the Artistic Media Docker window

Moves the selected object(s) down one in the stacking order

Bolds text


Browse ScrapBook Tab

Creates a mask from brush strokes

Opens the Brush Settings Docker window

Cascades image windows

Centre Alignment

Select channels 0-9 (Channel 0 is the main image)

Opens the Channels Docker window

Paints with current clone

Closes the active Image Window

Opens the Color Docker window

Colour Balance

Displays a list of Colour Palettes

Colour Transparency Tool

Combines all objects with the background

Combines the selected objects together

Combines the selected object(s) with the background

Copies the selection and places it on the Clipboard

Copies the selection and places it on the Clipboard

Copies the visible area in the selection and places it on the Clipboard

Crops the image

Allows you to customize the application

Cuts the selection and places it on the Clipboard

Cuts the selection and places it on the Clipboard

Duplicates the selected object(s)

Paints with current effect

Creates a circular mask

Draws ellipses

Erases areas of the image

Exits the application

Saves a duplicate of an image to disk

Selects a color from the image

Feathers the selected object(s)

Fills areas with uniform, fountain, bitmap, and texture fills

Applies fills and transparency to an image

Fit Text to a Selected Path

Displays an image to fit in the window

Moves the selected object(s) up one level in the stacking order

Creates an irregular mask

Displays a full-screen preview of the image

Shows or hides the grid

Toggles whether tools snap to the grid

Groups the selected objects together

Toggles whether tools snap to the guidelines

Shows/Hides all floating/docked windows


Opens the Image Slicing Docker window


Paints with current image list

Imports an image from disk

Opens the Image Info Docker window

Adds a drop shadow effect to selected objects

Applies a fill across an image or mask

Applies transparency to objects

Copernic 2001 shortcuts

[Ctrl] + [B]                              

 – Browse results

[Ctrl] + [I]                                

– Validate results

[Ctrl] + [N]                  

 – New search

[Ctrl] + [R]                  

– Refining a search

[Ctrl] + [T]                               

 – Track search

[Ctrl] + [U]                  

– Update search

[Ctrl] + [W]                 

 – Download documents

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [E]                

– Excerpts

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [H]                

 – Highlight keywords

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Z]                 

– Show or hide search history


 – Modify search


– Next search


 – Duplicate search


A to Z of shortcuts

[Ctrl] + [A]            

: Select all

[Ctrl] + [B]    

: Bold

[Ctrl] + [C]    

: Copy

[Ctrl] + [D]    

: Font Formatting

[Ctrl] + [E]    

: Center Alignment

[Ctrl] + [F]     

: Find/Replace

[Ctrl] + [G]    

: Go to

[Ctrl] + [H]    

: Replace

[Ctrl] + [I]                  

: Italics

[Ctrl] + [J]     

: Justified Alignment

[Ctrl] + [K]    

: Insert Hyperlink

[Ctrl] + [L]     

: Left Alignment

[Ctrl] + [M]    

: Indent

[Ctrl] + [N]    

: New document

[Ctrl] + [O]    

: Open a document

[Ctrl] + [P]    

: Print

[Ctrl] + [Q]    

: Paragraph Spacing

[Ctrl] + [R]    

: Right Alignment

[Ctrl] + [S]    

: Save current document

[Ctrl] + [T]     

: Hanging Indent

[Ctrl] + [U]    

: Underline

[Ctrl] + [V]    

: Paste

[Ctrl] + [W]   

: Close document

[Ctrl] + [X]    

: Cut

[Ctrl] + [Y]     

: Repeat

[Ctrl] + [Z]     

: Undo



Must-know Shortcuts

Fill selection with foreground colour . . . . . … . . .[Alt] + [Backspace]

Fill selection with background colour . …. .. . . . .[Ctrl] + [Backspace]

Display Fill dialog box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …. . . .[Shift] + [Backspace]

Free transform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[Ctrl] + [T]

Transform again . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . … . .[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [T]

Increase brush size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Decrease brush size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

New layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……. . . .[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [N]

Cut selection to a new layer . . . . . . . . . ….. . . . . .[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [J]

Clone selection to a new layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[Ctrl] + [J]

Scroll image . . . . . . . . . . . ………….……….. … . .[Spacebar] + drag with the mouse

Scroll left or right . . . . . . . . …………………. . . ….[Ctrl] + [Page up] or [Page down]

Cancel operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …. .[Esc] or [Ctrl] + [.]

Close image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[Ctrl] + [W]

Save Image for Web . . . . . . . . . . . . …………. . . .[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Shift] + [S]

Brushes palette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[F5]

Color palette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[F6]

Layers palette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[F7]

Info palette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[F8]

Actions palette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[F9]

Just palettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[Shift] + [Tab]

All palettes, status bar, options bar and toolbox . . . . . . . . . . .[Tab]

View rulers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[Ctrl] + [R]

Mozilla more efficiently:

Command Key combination

Close Window                                  

[Ctrl] + [W]


[Ctrl] + [F]

Find Again                            


Find Links As You Type      

['] (apostrophe)

Find Text As You Type                    


Open search engine page  

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F]

Open Context Menu             

[Shift] + [F10]

Exit Mozilla                            

[Ctrl] + [Q]

Start Navigator                                 

[Ctrl] + [1]

Start Mail & Newsgroups    

[Ctrl] + [2]

Start IRC Chat                                  

[Ctrl] + [3]

Start Composer                   

[Ctrl] + [4]

Start Address Book             

[Ctrl] + [5]

File a Bookmark                  

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [D]


[Ctrl] + [R]

Select all text in Location Bar         

[Ctrl] + [L]

Open Web Page Location  

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [L]

Caret Mode (toggle)                        


Full Screen (toggle)             


Zoom text Smaller                

[Ctrl] + [-]

Zoom text Larger                  

[Ctrl] + [+]

New Navigator Tab              

[Ctrl] + [T]

Switch to next Tab                

[Ctrl] + [Page Down]

Switch to Previous Tab                   

[Ctrl] + [Page Up]

Sidebar (toggle)                   



Command Key combination

Find text                                                        

[Ctrl] + [F]

Find next instance of text                             


Find previous instance of text                                 

[Shift] + [F3]

Display context (right-click) menu              

[Ctrl] + [M]

Preview page as if printed                          


Close all pages and exit Opera                              

[Ctrl] + [Q]

Enter a Web address                                              


Paste and go                                                            

[Ctrl] + [D]

Enter nickname for fast bookmark access           

[Shift] + [F2]

Go to parent directory                                              

[Ctrl] + [Backspace]

Go to next page in history (or Fast Forward)        


Go to previous page in history                                


File a page as new bookmark                                

[Ctrl] + [T]

Save selected link as new bookmark                    

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [T]

Manage bookmarks                                                

[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [B]

Show transfers                                                         

[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [T]

Set your preferences                                               

[Alt] + [P]

Set focus to address field                           


Set focus to search field                              

[Shift] + [F8]

Check e-mail                                                            

[Ctrl] + [K]

Write new e-mail                                          

[Ctrl] + [E]

Go to next e-mail                                          


Go to next unread e-mail                             

[Shift] + [J]

Go to previous e-mail                                              


Go to previous unread e-mail                                 

[Shift] + [U]

Reply to e-mail                                                         


Reply to all recipients of e-mail                              

[Shift] + [R]

Recognize sender of e-mail as new contact         


View all e-mail associated with sender     



Shortcuts for SpeedNet

[Shift] + [F1]    


[Shift] + [F2]  


[Shift] + [F3]  


[Shift] + [F4]    


[Ctrl] + [S]                  


[Ctrl] + [X]        







 [Ctrl] + [P]


[Ctrl] + [S]

Pause [ P a u s e / B r e a k]


Increase Volume      

 [Alt] + [ á]

Go to Previous Track           

 [Alt] + [ ß]

Go to Next Track      

 [Alt] + [ à]

Decrease Volume    

 [Alt] + [ â]


 [ C t r l ] + [ M]

Jukebox Settings     

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [S]

Open AutoDJ                        

[ C t r l ] + [ D]

Slideshow full screen

[ F 1 1]






Play or Pause                       

[Ctrl] + [P]


 [Ctrl] + [S]

Previous Track                     

 [Ctrl] + [ L]

Next Track                 

[ C t r l ] + [ N]

Media Jukebox Settings

[Ctrl] + [O]

Jump to Search        

[Ctrl] + [F]

Jump to Playing Now           

[Ctrl] + [2]

Jump to Media Library

[Ctrl] + [3]

Jump to Playlist        

[Ctrl] + [4]




Play, or Restart, or Unpause           

[ X]


 [ V]


 [ C]

Next Track                 

[ B]

Previous Track                                 

[ Z]

Winamp Preferences Menu

[ C t r l ] + [ P]

Volume Increase/ Decrease           

 [ á] / [â]

Cycle focus around the windows    

 [ C t r l ] + [ T a b]

Video in full screen mode   

[ A l t ] + [ E n t e r]

Exit full screen mode                       

 [ E s c]




Play, or Restart, or Unpause           

 [ X]


 [ V]


[ C]

Next Track                             

[ B]

Previous Track                                 

[ Z]

Winamp Preferences Menu            

[Ctrl] + [P]

Winamp Library                    

[Alt] + [L]

Adding Bookmarks              

[Alt] + [I]

Volume Increase/Decrease

 [á] /[â]

Cycle focus around the windows

[Ctrl] + [Tab]

Shortcuts for GetRight



View unfinished downloads

[Ctrl] + [U]      

View history of finished downloads

[Ctrl] + [H]      

File comment on downloads

[Ctrl] + [I]                      

Start automatic downloading

[Ctrl] + [G]        

Obey speed limit

[Ctrl] + [L]         

GetRight browser tool

[Ctrl] + [B]        

GetRight Dialler tool

[Ctrl] + [D]        

Verify URLs


Verify new URLs

[Ctrl] + [F7]      

Verify selected downloads

[Shift] + [F7]    

GetRight configuration


Shortcuts for FlashGet



 New download


 Start job


 Pause job


 Start all jobs


 Pause all jobs


 Schedule jobs

[Alt] + [S]                                

 Move to

[Alt] + [M]                   

 Delete job

[Alt] + [Del]                


[Alt] + [Enter]             

 Move up

[Alt] + [Up arrow]                   

 Move down

[Alt] + [Down arrow]  

 Open destination directory

[Ctrl] + [Enter]                        

 Hang up when done

[Alt] + [H]                                

 Obey speed limit

[Alt] + [L]                                

 Default download properties

[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [O]                   


[Alt] + [O]                               


Shortcuts for CrystalPort

[Ctrl] + [L]                               

 Open link

[Ctrl] + [W]                 


[Alt] + [Left arrow]                 


[Alt] + [Right arrow]               




[Ctrl] + [Tab]              

 Go forward

[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Tab]

 Go back

[Ctrl] + [H]                  

 History bar

[Ctrl] + [I]                                

 Favourites bar

[Ctrl] + [M]                  

 Multiple search bar

[Ctrl] + [E]                  

AppCapture sidebar

[Ctrl] + [F5]                

Auto refresh

[Ctrl] + [F7]                

Tile mode

[Alt] + [Enter]             

 Full screen

[Alt] + [Home]            

 Home page

[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [P]                   


[Ctrl] + [D]                  

 Add to favourites

[Ctrl] + [B]                              

 Organise favourites


 Channel bar


 Disable popup windows


 Close present tab


 Close all tabs


 Close all tabs except present


Quick Shortcuts

Play                                                    [Enter]

Rewind                                               [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [R]

Move ahead by 1 frame                   [.]

Move back by 1 frame                      [,]

Insert frame                                        [F5]

Create blank keyframe                     [F6]

Convert to Keyframes                       [F7]

Clear keyframes                                [Shift] + [F6]


Brush                                                  [B]

Pencil                                                 [Y]

Pen                                                     [P]

Paint Bucket Tool                              [K]

Eraser                                                [E]

Insert Symbol                                     [Ctrl] + [F8]

Move object forward             [Ctrl] + [Up arrow]

Move object backward arrow]          [Ctrl] + [Down

Send object to front                           [Ctrl] + [Shift +[Up arrow]

Send object to bottom View                        [Ctrl] + [Shift] +[Down arrow]

Zoom in                                              [Ctrl] + [+]

Zoom out                                            [Ctrl] + [-]

Set 100% zoom                                [Ctrl] + [1]

Show all                                              [Ctrl] + [3]

Show grid                                           [Ctrl] + [‘]

Show guide                                        [Ctrl] + [;]

Enable/Disable Ruler                       [Ctrl] + [Alt] +[Shift] + [R]


Quick Shortcuts

Play/Pause/ Stop                  Spacebar.

Volume Up                             Up arrow

Volume Down                        Down arrow

Full Screen                             Alt + Enter

Mute                                        Ctrl + M

Boss                                       key B

Zoom In                                  Numpad 9 (Page Up)

Zoom Out                               Numpad 1 (End)

Increase Width                      Numpad 6

Decrease Width                    Numpad 4

Increase Height                     Numpad 8

Decrease Height                   Numpad 2

Center view                            Ctrl + Numpad 5


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Help with getting my pc to start?

Dude,the most fucked up thing happened to my pc.I open an email from an unknown person(YAH I KNO,STUPID)i then got a virus,so i ran my virus scan imediatly and it picked up the virus.After which im usually told that i should restart my pc by my anti virus program,which i did!Then when i tried to restart it im getting a screen that says some system32/files/some shit crap!
It said that something(idk what)in my pc got corrupted or erased and thats why it doesn’t want to start!It also said that if i have the windows installation cs to use it.I did…but idk the product key lol.Any help on this?

BTW,i google’d my problem with the product key thing and it said that i should put the cd into a working computer then i should go to some notepad text document in the cd and i should find the product key info.I found it but when i tried to input it it says that its invalid

USING THE WINDOWS REPAIR CONSOLE (works for both XP and Vista)

Put your XP disk into your CD drive and restart your system. This will start the XP installation process. When you come to the screen that asks if you want to install XP or if you would like to “Repair” XP, choose Repair. This will open the repair console command prompt. At the prompt, type: chkdsk /r. (There is a space between the k and the /. Now hit “Enter”. The repair should now start. Allow it to run until it stops. This can take some time, so be patient.

If all goes well, XP will replace or repair any and all missing operating system files.

Note 1: Before attempting the above, you must first enter the BIOS to make sure that the boot sequence is set so that the CD drive boots before the hard drive.

Note 2: If you do not have an XP installation CD, you can borrow one for this operation, just be sure it is the same version (Home or Pre) that you are running. Since you are “Repairing” Windows and not “installing” it, you will not be required to supply an installation KEY.

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