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Command Line References
A complete list of command-line tools for Windows XP

 

Default Fonts
Fonts installed with Microsoft products

 

Erase Files completely
Eraser is an advanced security tool (for Windows), which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. Works with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and DOS.
Eraser is FREE software and its source code is released under GNU General Public License.

 

Free Fonts
Free Utilities

 

Hijacked IE
Browser hijackers take over your browser, change the home page and attempt to funnel you into their own sites whenever you surf. Learn how to fight back.
Home Networking

 

Icons
Free icons
Identify Font
The unique font identifier that enables you to identify a font from a sample by answering a series of simple questions. It is ideal if you want to match an existing typeface, or identify a typeface you have seen in a publication.
Internet Security
Also software updates

 

Keyboard Layouts
Keyboard Shortcuts
Several resources are available to help increase speed and effectiveness for keyboard users. Here are keyboard shortcuts for leading Microsoft products that help save time and effort and provide an essential tool for some people with mobility impairments.
FrontPage
Internet Explorer 4,5,6
Office (XP/2002/2000/97)
PhotoDraw
PowerPoint
Producer
Publisher
Windows (XP/2003/2000/98/ME/95/NT)
Windows Media Player
Windows Movie Maker

 

Modem Speed

 

ThemeeXP
Themes, Screensavers, Icons, Wallpaper

 

UltraMagnafier
UltraMagnifier is a screen magnification utility that is specifically designed for software engineers and artists who need a close-up view of their screen, including facilities for counting pixels, identifying exact colors, copying magnified images, and printing.
UltraMagnifier may also be of use to the vision-impaired, however it was not designed for this purpose.

 

Weekly Fab Five, The
Weekly Computer Maintenance. The five things you should do every week to keep your computer running in tip-top shape
What's the difference between a 'Trojan Horse' a 'Worm' and a 'Virus'?
Windows Backup Guide
Windows Media Player FAQ
Wireless Networking
World of Windows Networking

 

Zoomin
Description ZoomIn is a screen magnification program allowing you to view any area of your screen under magnification. ZoomIn allows you to control the amount of zoom, view a pixels location and color, and save it as a bitmap.
Use ZoomIn is a very simple program to use. Place your mouse over the main window and click and hold the mouse button then drag the "zoom" window over the area of the screen to enlarge. The scrollbar controls the zoom amount. As an alternative to using a mouse, you can use the arrow keys to scroll the "zoomed" view, and the plus and minus keys control the zoom. Once you have selected the area of the screen, release the mouse button. By placing your cursor over the pixel in ZoomIn you can see the pixels coordinates as well as the color (in RGB format).
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Last edited 07 March, 2010
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