Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Opening Turbo C / C++ in Full-Screen Mode ( Vista / Win 7 – 32bit )

* In the startup it will show a dialogue box that it doesn’t support full screen mode as
   seen in the picture below. 
* Just select ignore option. Then it will open the small screen mode.


* Right-click the Command Prompt's title bar > choose Properties

* Select the Font tab

* Change font options from “Raster Fonts” ( if any ) to “Lucida Console”

* Select the size from the size list as 28

* Select the Layout tab

* Un-select the “Let system position window” option from "Window Position" options

* Change The Following Fields
   * Screen Buffer Size
       Width : 82
       Height : 28
   * Window Size
       Width : 80
                 Height : 26
            * Window Position
       Left : -4
       Top : -4

 * Select OK

 Note : It will not support Windows 7 ( 64-bit )

Friday, November 02, 2012

Opening Command Prompt in Full-Screen Mode ( Vista & Win 7 )

* Cick Start and type “cmd

* Right-click on “cmd.exe” > Run as administrator


* Typewmic

* ( Don’t do anything with new Prompt
     wmic:root\cli> )

* Click-on the normal maximize button at top right

* The Command Prompt window will fill the screen

* Right-click the Command Prompt's title bar > choose Properties

* Click OK

* Enterexit to exit WMIC

* Enter “exit to exit the Command Prompt

* From now on Command Prompt will open in Full-Screen Mode

* Put Command Prompt back to Norma-Screen
      * Right-click its and choose Properties. 
      * Click the Layout tab 
      * Set Screen Buffer Size's Width to 80
      * Set Window Size Width to 80 
      * Set Window Size Height to 25 
      * Click OK

Note :
WMIC - Windows Management Instrumentation Control.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Make Your PC Say Your Name At Startup

* Open up Notepad 
   Start > Run > Notepad

* Paste the following code inside it
Dim speaks, speech
speaks="Welcome to Your PC Username"
Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
speech.Speak speaks

* Change "Welcome to Your PC Username" with anything suitable for you.
   Ex: Welcome Prajwal

* Click 
   File > Save as... & save it as welcome.vbs 
   > Important .vbs extension

* Now test it by double clicking the Welcome.vbs file.
   It should say the text that you specified in step 3.
   After testing it, let's put it in startup folder. 
   Go to the Startup folder and Paste the file there.

* Done!
   After pasting the welcome.vbs file in the startup folder, you will here the text
   (a Voice Clip ) at the next Startup.

Note :

Startup Folder for XP

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
Startup Folder for Vista / Windows 7

C:\Users\User Name\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\ Startup