so i was surfing the web this morning and came across this post of at instructables: USB waveguide
i decided to make one and see for my self how well these work. to my surprise it works quite well. when over at my brothers house you can pick up a weak signal from my parents house you can get 1 to 2 bars of signal with my internal wifi card. after hooking up this waveguide with the external USB dongle i get almost a full signal.
bring a little Linux into your world. Cygwin is an awesome program (shell? environment? whatever) that creates a Linux view of your Windows system. you get yourself a command prompt exactly like a Linux terminal. From here you can navigate around your C drive, do as many fast searches as you’d like, even run bash/ksh/whatever-sh scripts.
Cygwin (pronounced sɪɡwɪn) is a collection of tools developed to provide in Microsoft Windows a command line and programming interface familiar to Unix users.
It consists of two parts:
- A DLL (cygwin1.dll) which acts as a Linux API emulation layer providing substantial Linux API functionality.
- A collection of tools which provide Linux look and feel.
when you have rocketdock
heres how i can access the start menu
How to replace tutorial
REMOVE TASKBAR LINK Download it – 20 kb .exe file that enables you to easily hide or unhide the taskbar without manually editing the registry.
kkMenu mod i used
kkmenu vista skin pack
To add log off/shutdow buttons you make a shortcut to shutdown.exe and add certain switches.
-t How much time to wait. Default is 15 or 30 seconds
-c Leave comment(not required. Leave blank if time is 0)
-a Abort if the timers still going
Shutdown [shutdown.exe -s -t 0]
Restart [shutdown.exe -r -t 0]
Logoff [logoff.exe] OR [shutdown -l -t 0]
You can add the -f switch to the end of them you you don’t get the “Program not responding” End Now button.