Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Process Explorer - Better Task Manager is great solution to speed up your computer

We all go though that stage when we realize that ones powerful and fast computer is becoming very slow… It takes a while to start up. Well, we can always spend some money to buy more RAM but I can show you a trick to make your computer ran much faster without spending a dime.
Lets just understand what happened to the computer over time. First of all, a lot of programs that are being installed on the computer leaving a trail of unnecessary records in the computers registry making window load bunch of memory consuming monitoring tools. That tools mostly use for updates and other stuff of that nature.
Take a look at the right corner of you monitor. Do you see all those icons next to the clock? Those are the things I am talking about. And that are only programs that made themselves visible to the user. There are loads of processed that are running behind the scene slowing down our systems.
Recently I found solution to the problem. It is Microsoft made enhanced task manager… and who knows Windows better then Microsoft? We all know the answer to that. So, if you download this tool it would make your life much easier. If you have any questions just comment and I will respond.
The program is available for download from here. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Yahoo Pigdin Problem Fix

Quick fix: change proxy server from to in advanced tab.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

How to create expandable post and “Read More” links

As your blog becomes more popular and you add more nice and long posts, older ones are starting to shift more to the bottom of the page where it is hard to notice. Here is a little hack which would help to fix this problem.

It is not complicated and does not require more computer skills then creating a blog.
This code is designed for the, however can be used for any other blog site.

I recommend using free version of CoffeCup HTML Editor. But you can atchive the same result without this tool.
It’s smart at this point to create a backup of your template just in case something goes wrong.

Step 1:
  • Log in to your account and click on Dashboard

  • Click on Layout link

  • Click on Edit HTML

  • Check “Expand Widget Templates” check box

  • Now you need to find <HEAD> tag, to do that press CTRL+F and enter this tag there and click SEARCH or FIND.

  • Add and new line right after this tag and enter this code

     <b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
        span.fullpost {display:inline;}
        span.fullpost {display:none;}

    like this:

Step 2:
  • Search for <data:post.body/> tag the same way as in step 1.

  • Add a new line after this tag

  • and copy and paste this code

    <b:if cond='data:blog.pageType != "item"'><br />
     <a expr:href='data:post.url'>Read more!</a>

Step 3:

The final piece that we need is a little bit of code in your actual post. Each post that you want to use this feature on will need this code: