How to

1. Enable the (Hidden) Administrator Account on Windows 7, 8, or        


Many people familiar with prior versions of Windows are curious what happened to the
built-in Administrator account that was always created by default. Does this account
still exist, and how can you access it?
The account is created in Windows 7, 8, or Vista, but since it’s not enabled you can’t
use it. If you are troubleshooting something that needs to run as administrator, you can
enable it with a simple command.
Note: You really shouldn’t use this account for anything other than troubleshooting.
In fact, you probably shouldn’t use it at all.
Enable Built-in Administrator Account
First you’ll need to open a command prompt in administrator mode by right-clicking
and choosing “Run as administrator” (or use the Ctrl+Shift+Enter shortcut from
the search box).
If you are in Windows 8.x you can right-click on the Start button and choose to open
a command prompt that way.
Now type the following command:
net user administrator /active:yes
You should see a message that the command completed successfully. Log out,
and you’ll now see the Administrator account as a choice. (Note that the screenshots
are from Vista, but this works on Windows 7 and Windows 8)
You’ll note that there’s no password for this account, so if you want to leave it
enabled you should change the password.
Disable Built-in Administrator Account
Make sure you are logged on as your regular user account, and then open an
administrator mode command prompt as above. Type the following command:
net user administrator /active:no
The administrator account will now be disabled, and shouldn’t show up on the login screen anymore.

2.  47 Keyboard Shortcuts That Work in All Web Browsers

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Ctrl+1-8 – Switch to the specified tab, counting from the left.
Ctrl+9 – Switch to the last tab.
Ctrl+Tab – Switch to the next tab – in other words, the tab on the right. 
(Ctrl+Page Up also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)
Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Switch to the previous tab – in other words, 
the tab on the left. (Ctrl+Page Down also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)
Ctrl+WCtrl+F4 – Close the current tab.
Ctrl+Shift+T – Reopen the last closed tab.
Ctrl+T – Open a new tab.
Ctrl+N – Open a new browser window.
Alt+F4 – Close the current window. (Works in all applications.)

Mouse Actions for Tabs

Middle Click a Tab – Close the tab.
Ctrl+Left Click, Middle Click – Open a link in a background tab.
Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a new browser window.
Ctrl+Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a foreground tab.


Alt+Left Arrow, Backspace – Back.
Alt+Right Arrow, Shift+Backspace – Forward.
F5 – Reload.
Ctrl+F5 – Reload and skip the cache, re-downloading the entire website.
Escape – Stop.
Alt+Home – Open homepage.


Ctrl and +, Ctrl+Mousewheel Up – Zoom in.
Ctrl and -, Ctrl+Mousewheel Down — Zoom out.
Ctrl+0 – Default zoom level.
F11 – Full-screen mode.


SpacePage Down – Scroll down a frame.
Shift+Space, Page Up – Scroll up a frame.
Home – Top of page.
End – Bottom of page.
Middle Click – Scroll with the mouse. (Windows only)

Address Bar

Ctrl+LAlt+DF6 – Focus the address bar so you can begin typing.
Ctrl+Enter – Prefix www. and append .com to the text in the address bar, and then load the website. For example, type princeysjagan into the address bar and press Ctrl+Enter to open www.princeysjagan.com.
Alt+Enter – Open the location in the address bar in a new tab.


Ctrl+KCtrl+E – Focus the browser’s built-in search box or focus the address bar if the browser doesn’t have a dedicated search box. (Ctrl+K doesn’t work in IE, Ctrl+E does.)
Alt+Enter – Perform a search from the search box in a new tab.
Ctrl+FF3 – Open the in-page search box to search on the current page.
Ctrl+GF3 – Find the next match of the searched text on the page.
Ctrl+Shift+GShift+F3 – Find the previous match of the searched text on the page.

History & Bookmarks

Ctrl+H – Open the browsing history.
Ctrl+J – Open the download history.
Ctrl+D – Bookmark the current website.
Ctrl+Shift+Del – Open the Clear Browsing History window.

Other Functions

Ctrl+P – Print the current page.
Ctrl+S – Save the current page to your computer.
Ctrl+O – Open a file from your computer.
Ctrl+U – Open the current page’s source code. (Not in IE.)
F12 – Open Developer Tools. (Requires Firebug extension for Firefox.)

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