I have gone mad

I said that. There is nothing great doing so. After reading my blog it was obvious to you. Today my mobile stopped working. That is what made me crazy. These small little gadgets have made our life simple and very simple. When they stop working our life becomes trouble. It is difficult to live without this pieces of plastic.(Oops!! Current mobiles don’t use plastics).

Similar thing happens when my PC stops working. I can stay without mobile but without PC is next to impossible. There were times when I lived completely away from PC. Nothing doing.. Just peace of mind. When I return and start my work back, I come to know how much I missed. How much I missed my PC. Mind you. It’s not all about porno stuff. I stay away from such stuff. Watching current English films is more than sufficient and fills the need for porno.

Back to my mobile. I own a one and half year old N72. For this 18+(ahem ahem..) months there was no complain. Just today morning when I was trying to insert the earphone something happened. I think that was the time. Later when I was at site office I plugged the earphone and when I removed it my mobile was in love with those. He didn’t want the earphones to be separated from itself. The sign of plugged earphone on screen is stuck and I am still trying to remove it. Because of that I am unable to take any calls without earphone. Continue reading →

Restoring the Show Desktop icon

If you accidentally delete the Show Desktop icon from the Quick Launch toolbar, here’s how to get it back:
1. Open Notepad
2. Type these lines, precisely, into Notepad:


3. Save the file on your desktop as “Show Desktop.scf”
You see a new icon on your desktop that looks remarkably like the Show Desktop icon that used to be on your Quick Launch toolbar.
4. Right-click the new icon on your desktop and drag it to the Quick Launch toolbar.
5. Drop the icon wherever you like on the Quick Launch toolbar and choose Move Here. If you choose Move Here, Windows automatically deletes the icon from the desktop.

If there is no icon in Quick Launch toolbar then you won’t be able to move the above way. In that case browse to
“C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch”
Here “Username” is your windows login name. This folder is hidden so just copy above path substituting username and paste it in Windows Explorer adress bar. Press enter and folder will open. Now copy or move the “Show Desktop.scf” to this folder. It will immediately appear in Quick Launch toolbar.