Such a contraband software user like me find it very insteresting to find a new feature, because I never have the brochure in hand, just solely have the software.
Today, what exciting is: PowerPoint 2007 in dual-screen mode allows us to see current slide with comment in one mornitor while the full screen in the other. This is exactly what I am looking for cause normally I need to know what should I say in the current slide and what is the next slide. This discovery of mine is awesome!
google:ftp command + “change password” -> http://wiki.builtbp.com/index.php/Change_Password_Remotely
The command is:
google:command + “windows vista” + “kill process” -> http://nuuxio.blogspot.com/2008/04/to-kill-process-from-taskmanager-from.html
First you should check that process is really found at taskmanager. You can list processes with command TASKLIST. To kill a process use TASKKILL.
To kill a process if you know it’s process id (PID)
E.g. c:\>taskkill /pid 12345
To kill a process if you only know it’s name
E.g. c:\>taskkill /im “winamp.exe”
To find a process if you know partial name
E.g. c:\>tasklist /fi “imagename eq win*”
For more examples
E.g. c:\>tasklist /?
E.g. c:\>taskkill /?
This is the ones I usually use when installing Firefox: (in order of usefulness)
- all-in-one sidebar
- download statusbar
- dictionary tooltips