Do you use the Run feature in Windows XP Win 7 and 8, 10 maybe
For most, this feature remains unused (or rarely used). Why is that? Well, First off nearly all of the Run Commands Correspond to a particular Control Panel Item or a Utility, Tool or Task that can be accessed through Windows. There are, however, tools and utilities that I bet you never knew you had that can be accessed through the Run feature. The main reason most people don't use the Run feature is because they don't know the Commands. So, to solve that problem, I decided to put together the following listing, which lists 99 Run Commands and what they correspond too...
|Windows XP To Access…||Run Command|
|Add Hardware Wizard||hdwwiz.cpl|
|Administrative Tools||control admintools|
|Adobe Acrobat (if installed)||acrobat|
|Adobe Designer (if installed)||formdesigner|
|Adobe Distiller (if installed)||acrodist|
|Adobe ImageReady (if installed)||imageready|
|Adobe Photoshop (if installed)||photoshop|
|Bluetooth Transfer Wizard||fsquirt|
|Check Disk Utility||chkdsk|
|Date and Time Properties||timedate.cpl|
|Direct X Control Panel (if installed)*||directx.cpl|
|Direct X Troubleshooter||dxdiag|
|Disk Cleanup Utility||cleanmgr|
|Disk Partition Manager||diskpart|
|Display Properties||control desktop|
|Display Properties (w/Appearance Tab Preselected)||control color|
|Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility||drwtsn32|
|Driver Verifier Utility||verifier|
|Files and Settings Transfer Tool||migwiz|
|File Signature Verification Tool||sigverif|
|Firefox (if installed)||firefox|
|Free Cell Card Game||freecell|
|Group Policy Editor (XP Prof)||gpedit.msc|
|Hearts Card Game||mshearts|
|Help and Support||helpctr|
|Internet Connection Wizard||icwconn1|
|Internet Setup Wizard||inetwiz|
|IP Configuration (Display Connection Configuration)||ipconfig /all|
|IP Configuration (Display DNS Cache Contents)||ipconfig /displaydns|
|IP Configuration (Delete DNS Cache Contents)||ipconfig /flushdns|
|IP Configuration (Release All Connections)||ipconfig /release|
|IP Configuration (Renew All Connections)||ipconfig /renew|
|IP Configuration (Refreshes DHCP & Re-Registers DNS)||ipconfig /registerdns|
|IP Configuration (Display DHCP Class ID)||ipconfig /showclassid|
|IP Configuration (Modifies DHCP Class ID)||ipconfig /setclassid|
|Java Control Panel (if installed)||jpicpl32.cpl|
|Java Control Panel (if installed)||javaws|
|Keyboard Properties||control keyboard|
|Local Security Settings||secpol.msc|
|Local Users and Groups||lusrmgr.msc|
|Logs You Out Of Windows||logoff|
|Malicious Software Removal Tool||mrt|
|Microsoft Access (if installed)||msaccess|
|Microsoft Excel (if installed)||excel|
|Microsoft Frontpage (if installed)||frontpg|
|Microsoft Movie Maker||moviemk|
|Microsoft Powerpoint (if installed)||powerpnt|
|Microsoft Word (if installed)||winword|
|Microsoft Syncronization Tool||mobsync|
|Mouse Properties||control mouse|
|Nero (if installed)||nero|
|Network Connections||control netconnections|
|Network Setup Wizard||netsetup.cpl|
|Nview Desktop Manager (if installed)||nvtuicpl.cpl|
|ODBC Data Source Administrator||odbccp32.cpl|
|On Screen Keyboard||osk|
|Opens AC3 Filter (if installed)||ac3filter.cpl|
|Phone and Modem Options||telephon.cpl|
|Printers and Faxes||control printers|
|Private Character Editor||eudcedit|
|Quicktime (If Installed)||QuickTime.cpl|
|Quicktime Player (if installed)||quicktimeplayer|
|Real Player (if installed)||realplay|
|Remote Access Phonebook||rasphone|
|Removable Storage Operator Requests||ntmsoprq.msc|
|Resultant Set of Policy (XP Prof)||rsop.msc|
|Scanners and Cameras||sticpl.cpl|
|Scheduled Tasks||control schedtasks|
|Shuts Down Windows||shutdown|
|Sounds and Audio||mmsys.cpl|
|Spider Solitare Card Game||spider|
|SQL Client Configuration||cliconfg|
|System Configuration Utility||msconfig|
|System File Checker Utility (Scan Immediately)||sfc /scannow|
|System File Checker Utility (Scan Once At The Next Boot)||sfc /scanonce|
|System File Checker Utility (Scan On Every Boot)||sfc /scanboot|
|System File Checker Utility (Return Scan Setting To Default)||sfc /revert|
|System File Checker Utility (Purge File Cache)||sfc /purgecache|
|System File Checker Utility (Sets Cache Size to size x)||sfc /cachesize=x|
|Tweak UI (if installed)||tweakui|
|User Account Management||nusrmgr.cpl|
|Windows Address Book||wab|
|Windows Address Book Import Utility||wabmig|
|Windows Backup Utility (if installed)||ntbackup|
|Windows Management Infrastructure||wmimgmt.msc|
|Windows Media Player||wmplayer|
|Windows Picture Import Wizard (need camera connected)||wiaacmgr|
|Windows System Security Tool||syskey|
|Windows Update Launches||wupdmgr|
|Windows Version (to show which version of windows)||winver|
SMS isn’t just for sending text messages from one phone to another — it’s also a great way to get email messages on your phone.
Yes, you can get email on your phone! All you need to know is your cell phone’s email address.
Sound complicated? It’s not. All you really need to do is find your carrier in the list below, and then use the pattern shown there to figure out your email address. If you want to send email to a friend’s phone, just ask them which carrier they use, and off you go!
(Note: For the major carriers, I’ve included a link to a page with more detailed information on how SMS works with that carrier, how much it costs, and where you can find more information. In the list below, just click any carrier’s highlighted name to find out more.)
[10-digit phone number]@message.alltel.com
AT&T (formerly Cingular)
[10-digit phone number]@txt.att.net
For multimedia messages, use [10-digit-number]@mms.att.net
[10-digit phone number]@myboostmobile.com
[10-digit phone number]@sms.mycricket.com
For multimedia messages: [10-digit phone number]@mms.mycricket.com
Nextel (now part of Sprint Nextel)
[10-digit telephone number]@messaging.nextel.com
Sprint (now Sprint Nextel)
[10-digit phone number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com
[10-digit phone number]@tmomail.net
[10-digit phone number]@vtext.com
Virgin Mobile USA
[10-digit phone number]@vmobl.com
Other U.S. and Canadian carriers:
Bell Canada: [10-digit-phone-number]@txt.bellmobility.ca
Centennial Wireless: [10-digit-phone-number]@cwemail.com
Cellular South: [10-digit-phone-number]@csouth1.com
Cincinnati Bell: [10-digit-phone-number]@gocbw.com
Metro PCS: [10-digit-phone-number]@mymetropcs.com or [10-digit-phone-number]@metropcs.sms.us
U.S. Cellular: [10-digit-phone-number]@email.uscc.net
On Linux shared hosting accounts you can find the default system php.ini and php5.ini files here:
php.ini applies when running php4, and php5.ini applies when running php5.
You will not be able to get to these files via FTP, but you can via SSH.
If your account does not have the ability to use SSH, you could write a simple php script to print out the contents of the files to a web browser, for example:
upload a file called 'showme.php' to your account in your main website directory with the contents:
<? system("cat /web/conf/php5.ini"); ?>
Then hit this page with a browser, eg: http://yoursite.com/showme.php
Now you can cut'n'paste the output to your custom php5.ini file with your own changes appended.
my current php config Download HERE 2013v2
Webmasters Only... I will not support anything!
So called "clickjacking" defence (or "defense" if you use US English) because it is supposed to help to prevent malicious websites from hijacking your web page. That is, it is designed to prevent hijackers from putting your website in a web frame, and using a script (a computer program that is embedded in their web page).
To make this foolproof your .htaccess it your top.
Update: The latest versions of all major browsers, that is, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari, now support the X-Frame-Options method described below.
To prevent your site from being framed, your web server (the program used by your web host to "serve" your website to your users) needs to send a special instruction to your visitors' web browser. This instruction is called the "
There are currently two variations of the
X-FRAME-OPTIONS header. The first, specifying "
DENY", tells IE 8 that your website is not be placed in a frame under any circumstance. The second, specifying "
SAMEORIGIN", instructs IE 8 not to put your site in a frame unless the framing page is also on the same domain. That is to say, in the second case, only a web page on your own domain can put the other pages on that domain in a frame. Sites on other domains (even if they belong to you) will not be allowed to.
For the following procedure to work, your site must currently be hosted on an Apache web server, and your web host must allow you to change the server settings using a
.htaccess file. This probably applies to most people using a commercial web host, although you may want to check with your web host to see if this is true for you as well.
Connect to your website using an FTP program. If you don't know what this is, and don't already use one, see Filezilla to learn how you can do this using one such free FTP software.
Go to the folder on your website that contains your home page file. That is, if your home page is
www.domain.com/index.html, go to the folder that contains the
index.htmlfile for your home page. (Be careful, there may be an
index.htmlfile in every subfolder, so make sure you go to the topmost web folder, the one where your home page file lives.)
If there is a
.htaccessfile in that folder, download it to your computer. If you don't know where to download it to, just put it on your desktop. Note that this must be done using your FTP program. It cannot be done using a web browser. For example, you can't download it by going to your website with
www.domain.com/.htaccess. It won't work (unless your web host has misconfigured the server).
If you can't find any
.htaccessfile in that folder, make sure that your FTP program is configured to show you hidden files. If it is, and you still can't find the
.htaccessfile, it means you don't have one. That's okay. We'll just create our own below.
Start up an text editor. "Notepad" Do not use Microsoft Word. Do not use Wordpad. Do not use Microsoft Office, Excel, Powerpoint or any fancy software that allows you to do things like underline sentences or make words bold or the like. Those are the wrong type of programs for the task. Don't try to be clever here, or you may disable your entire website.
If you have downloaded an existing
.htaccessfile, open that file in the editor. To do this, click the "File" menu, followed by the "Open" menu item, look for the
.htaccessfile on your desktop (or wherever you put it earlier), and click the "Open" button.
If you don't have an existing
.htaccessfile, skip to the next step.
Add one of the following lines to the file. If you're adding to an existing file, go to the end of the file, hit the ENTER key to make a new line and then add the line. If yours is a new file (ie, empty), just start typing. (Actually, instead of typing, copy and paste the line I supplied. There's less room for typing errors that way.)
For those who only want to prevent sites other than your current site from framing your pages, add the following line.Header append X-FRAME-OPTIONS "SAMEORIGIN"
For those who want to prevent all sites (including the one that you're protecting) from framing your site, add the following line instead.Header append X-FRAME-OPTIONS "DENY"
Do not add both lines. Either add the SAMEORIGIN line or the DENY line, not both. If you've forgotten which option does what, go back and reread the explanation.
Hit the ENTER key to add a blank line after adding the line.
Save the file (click the "File" menu, followed by the "Save" menu item). If you are creating a brand new file because you didn't have a
.htaccessfile previously, make sure you type
".htaccess", including the quotes (note: I said "including"), as the filename into the "Save As" dialog box. Then publish it, using your FTP program, to the same location you previously obtained it from. If there wasn't such a file before, make sure you publish it to the same folder as your website's home page.
That's it. All browsers that support this facility, including IE8, should now refuse to let other sites put any of your web pages in a frame. If you used the DENY option, it will also refuse to let your own site frame its own pages.