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Top 5 Most Awesome Computer Pranks Posted by JIGAR TANK on 03:3411 Comments and 0 Reactions Hello Everyone, We All Love To Play Computer Pranks With Our Friends And Collegues. We Enjoy it Unless and Untill We are On The Recieving End. Today We Will See 5 Awesome Computer Pranks Which Not only You will Learn To Play Them But Also You Can Avoid Being Pranked By Other. Surely The Old But The Best Prank May Be Setting The Blue Screen Of Death(BSOD) Picture As Screensaver, This Will Make The Victim Mad For Sure. Some Awesome Pranks are as Follows :

Note: Many Of the Below Pranks Requires You To Access Victims Computer Physically. ————————————————- 1. Changing The Keyboard Layout. If You Really Want to Give Your Friend a Headache Then Change Thier Keyboard Layout, This Dont Require anything To be installed On Victims Computer. How To Change The Keyboard Layout ? To Change The Victim’s Keyboard layout, Head to Control Panel ;gt; Region and Language ;gt; Keyboards ;gt; Change Keyboards Now Add Any Keyboard Layout That You Find The Best.

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For Win 8 Users ;gt; Control Panel ;gt; Clock, Language, and Region ;gt; Change Input Method. I Would Recommend You To Choose “Dvorak Layout ” Most geeks are also Unaware Of This Layout and it will Confuse The Victim Surely. You Can Flip over to the Language Bar Tab and Set that as hidden so that they Won’t Be able to Figure it That easily. ————————————————- 2. Make Mouse Pointer Look Like Busy Always. This is So Much Fun , All you have to Do is Change The Mouse Pointer Which Looks Like The Pc Is Hanging and The Victim Will Wait Wait And Just Wait .

How To Change The Mouse Pointer ? To Change The Pointer Of Victim’s Mouse Pointer, Just Goto Control panel ;gt; Mouse ;gt; Pointers now Select The Pointer Which says Busy Or Browse Select Busy and Click on Apply . For Win 8 users = Contral Panel ;gt; Hardware and Sound Then Select Mouse;gt; Pointers. ————————————————- 3. Activate High Contrast Mode Quickly. In this Prank The Fun Is That Not Much People Know About This Feature and it Will Confuse Your Victim, To Activate High Contrast Mode Just Press The Conbination of Below Keys. Shift + Alt + Printscreen

Thats It, This will Flip Thier Desktop To High Contrast Mode. To Get Back To Normal,Press The Combo Of  Above Keys again. ————————————————- 4. Make The Victim’s Computer Type ” SPACE ” When They Hit Spacebar. Probably The Best Prank Of The Lot. This is A Clever Prank , When your Victim Hits Spacebar, Thier Computer Will Type ” SPACE ” Instead Of Giving Space Between Two Words. Your Victim Will Get Mad Thinking What On Earth is Happening With Him. Steps 1: Download And Install Autohotkey Step 2: Open Notepad And Copy paste the Below Code In it. *Space::Send,SPACE

Step 3: Now You Will Have to Save The File Anywhere On Victim PC . Just Make sure You name it with the Extention . ahk and Select Encoding as ” Unicode ” Step 4: Navigate to the File You Just Saved, Right Click on it and select Compile Script,You will see Icon in your System Tray You Will See a New File With Green Icon, Double Click On That File. Thats It Now Your Script is Successfully Working. Now When Your Victim Will Hit Spacebar, his Pc Will Type ” SPACE “, Yeah Capture Thier Expression If You are Around. How To Stop this Script ? To Stop This Script Just Right Click On the System Tray Icon and Click Exit. ———————————————— 5. Create a Shutdown Shortcut With Warning. In This Prank We Create a Shutdown ShortCut on Desktop and Change The Icon Of it, When your Victim Double Clicks On your Created Icon To Find Out what it Contains, Their Pc Will Shutdown With a worning Like ” Virus Found ” or  ” Windows Currupted ” . Just Right Click on Your Desktop > New > Shortcut, Paste the Below Line In it and Click next. shutdown -s -t 1925000 -c “System error: Virus Found” Give Your ShortCut a Name and Change The Icon . You Can Replace  ” Virus Found ” in The Above Line With your Error Message.

Thats it. I Hope You Enjoyed The Post. Please Share it! : Cool Notepad and CMD tricks and codes So hey guys, in this blog I will be showing you some cool notepad and cmd tricks and codes. None of them will seriously damage your computer, but you do them at your own risk. These codes and tricks work for windows. Scroll down the page for the CMD codes. Notepad All these tricks will be done in notepad which is the text editor that is included in nearly all windows machines. Remember, most scripts will either have a ‘. vbs’ or a ‘. bat’ file extension, don’t forget to add them on when saving the file.

So, to open notepad, just hit start>all programs> accessories>Notepad or type in the CMD ‘start notepad. exe’ 1. Message popups This is a cool trick, that can get really irritating to unsuspecting friends. in notepad, type, or copy and paste this: do MsgBox “your text here” MsgBox “your text here” MsgBox “your text here” loop This code will bring up a message pop up, saying whatever you type into the script. I have put 3 message boxes before it loops back to the start, but you can put as many as you want,  simply by adding more of the line in the script. Make sure that you put it before ‘loop’ though.

This is my example Then save it as ‘anything. vbs’ ———————————————————————————————————— 2. Diary log This little trick is very good and easy to use. Just open up notepad and type: .LOG Then save it as whatever you want to call it, close it, and re-open it, and you will have a diary type entry, telling you the date and time. Type your entry/message, save it, and the next time you open it, it will be there. ———————————————————————————————————— 3. Jam on a friends caps lock

This trick is very amusing and it will jam on the caps lock key on who ever opens the file. open notepad and type: Set wshShell =wscript. CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. sleep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “{CAPSLOCK}” loop and save it as ‘capslock. vbs’ This can fixed with a simple restart —————————————————————————— —————————— 4. Continually press ‘enter’ As it says in the title, this script will continually press the ‘enter’ key. This trick is VERY annoying for your victim, and makes the computer practically non usable until restart. ou could potentially lose unsaved work if you open this, so be careful!!! open notepad and type: Set wshShell = wscript. CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. sleep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “~(enter)” loop save it as ‘anything. vbs’ To stop this, simply turn off your computer ———————————————————————————————————— 5. The matrix effect open notepad type: @echo off color 02 :start echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% goto start Save as something like ‘matrix. bat’  you have to have the ‘. at’ file extension on the end ———————————————————————————————————— 6. Shutdown This trick shuts down the computer after displaying a message. It goes without saying that this can be dangerous and can cause people to lose unsaved work. open notepad type: @echo off msg * your message here shutdown -c “your message here” -s 30 Now save the file with any name, but make sure it has the ‘. bat’ extension ———————————————————————————————————————————- . open some software many times open notepad type: @ECHO off :top START %SystemRoot%system32notepad. exe GOTO top Then save as ‘anything. bat’ you can change which piece of software opens, by typing in the route to the file after ‘START’ ———————————————————————————————————————————- 8. Continually type a message This will make your victims keyboard continually type a message, for this example, I have put ‘you have been trolled’ but you can change that to whatever you like. in notepad, type: Set wshShell = wscript.

CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. sleep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “You have been trolled” loop and save it as ‘anything. vbs’ ———————————————————————————————————————————- 9. continually pop out c. d drives This trick is very amusing, especially if you can see your victims reaction! open notepad type: Set oWMP = CreateObject(“WMPlayer. OCX. 7? ) Set colCDROMs = oWMP. cdromCollection do if colCDROMs. Count >= 1 then For i = 0 to colCDROMs. Count – 1 colCDROMs. Item(i). Eject Next For i = 0 to colCDROMs. Count – 1 olCDROMs. Item(i). Eject Next End If wscript. sleep 5000 loop Save as ‘anything. vbs’ ———————————————————————————————————————————- Check out my youtube channel by clicking here CMD These codes will be for the command prompt or ‘CMD’ for short. To open the CMD either type ‘CMD’ in the run/search bar or go to start>all programs> accessories>command prompt ADDUSERS Add or list users to/from a CSV file ADmodcmd Active Directory Bulk Modify ARP Address Resolution Protocol ASSOC Change file extension associations

ASSOCIAT One step file association ATTRIB Change file attributes BCDBOOT Create or repair a system partition BITSADMIN Background Intelligent Transfer Service BOOTCFG Edit Windows boot settings BROWSTAT Get domain, browser and PDC info CACLS Change file permissions CALL Call one batch program from another CD Change Directory – move to a specific Folder CHANGE Change Terminal Server Session properties CHKDSK Check Disk – check and repair disk problems CHKNTFS Check the NTFS file system CHOICE Accept keyboard input to a batch file CIPHER Encrypt or Decrypt files/folders

CleanMgr Automated cleanup of Temp files, recycle bin CLEARMEM Clear memory leaks CLIP Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard CLS Clear the screen• CLUSTER Windows Clustering CMD Start a new CMD shell CMDKEY Manage stored usernames/passwords COLOR Change colors of the CMD window• COMP Compare the contents of two files or sets of files COMPACT Compress files or folders on an NTFS partition COMPRESS Compress individual files on an NTFS partition CON2PRT Connect or disconnect a Printer CONVERT Convert a FAT drive to NTFS COPY Copy one or more files to another location•

CSCcmd Client-side caching (Offline Files) CSVDE Import or Export Active Directory data DATE Display or set the date DEFRAG Defragment hard drive DEL Delete one or more files DELPROF Delete user profiles DELTREE Delete a folder and all subfolders DevCon Device Manager Command Line Utility DIR Display a list of files and folders DIRUSE Display disk usage DISKPART Disk Administration DISKSHADOW Volume Shadow Copy Service DNSSTAT DNS Statistics DOSKEY Edit command line, recall commands, and create macros DriverQuery Display installed device drivers DSACLs Active Directory ACLs

DSAdd Add items to active directory (user group computer) DSGet View items in active directory (user group computer) DSQuery Search for items in active directory (user group  computer) DSMod Modify items in active directory(user group computer) DSMove Move an Active directory Object DSRM Remove items from Active Directory ECHO Display message on screen ENDLOCAL End localisation of environment changes in a batch  file ERASE Delete one or more files EVENTCREATE Add a message to the Windows event log EXIT Quit the current script/routine and set an errorlevel EXPAND Uncompress files

EXTRACT Uncompress CAB files FC Compare two files FIND Search for a text string in a file FINDSTR Search for strings in files FOR /F Loop command: against a set of files FOR /F Loop command: against the results of another command FOR Loop command: all options Files, Directory, List FORFILES Batch process multiple files FORMAT Format a disk FREEDISK Check free disk space (in bytes) FSUTIL File and Volume utilities FTP File Transfer Protocol FTYPE File extension file type associations GETMAC Display the Media Access Control (MAC) address GLOBAL Display membership of global groups

GOTO Direct a batch program to jump to a labelled line GPRESULT Display Resultant Set of Policy information GPUPDATE Update Group Policy settings HELP Online Help iCACLS Change file and folder permissions IF Conditionally perform a command IFMEMBER Is the current user a member of a Workgroup IPCONFIG Configure IP KILL Remove a program from memory LABEL Edit a disk label LOCAL Display membership of local groups LOGEVENT Write text to the event viewer LOGMAN Manage Performance Monitor LOGOFF Log a user off LOGTIME Log the date and time in a file MAPISEND Send email from the command line

MBSAcli Baseline Security Analyzer MEM Display memory usage MD Create new folders MKLINK Create a symbolic link (linkd) MODE Configure a system device MORE Display output, one screen at a time MOUNTVOL Manage a volume mount point MOVE Move files from one folder to another• MOVEUSER Move a user from one domain to another MSG Send a message MSIEXEC Microsoft Windows Installer MSINFO32 System Information MSTSC Terminal Server Connection (Remote Desktop Protocol) MV Copy in-use files NET Manage network resources NETDOM Domain Manager

NETSH Configure Network Interfaces, Windows Firewall &  Remote access NETSVC Command-line Service Controller NBTSTAT Display networking statistics (NetBIOS over TCP/IP) NETSTAT Display networking statistics (TCP/IP) NOW Display the current Date and Time NSLOOKUP Name server lookup NTBACKUP Backup folders to tape NTRIGHTS Edit user account rights OPENFILES Query or display open files PATH Display or set a search path for executable files PATHPING Trace route plus network latency and packet loss PAUSE Suspend processing of a batch file and show a message PERMS Show permissions or a user PERFMON Performance Monitor PING Test a network connection and get ip POPD Return to a previous directory saved by PUSHD PORTQRY Display the status of ports and services POWERCFG Configure power settings PRINT Print a text file PRINTBRM Print queue Backup/Recovery PRNCNFG Display, configure or rename a printer PRNMNGR Add, delete, list printers set the default printer PROMPT Change the command prompt PsExec Execute process remotely PsFile Show files opened remotely PsGetSid Display the SID of a computer or a user PsInfo List information about a system

PsKill Kill processes by name or process ID PsList List detailed information about processes PsLoggedOn Who’s logged on (locally or via resource sharing) PsLogList Event log records PsPasswd Change account password PsService View and control services PsShutdown Shutdown or reboot a computer PsSuspend Suspend processes PUSHD Save and then change the current directory QGREP Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern Query Process Display processes (TS/Remote Desktop) Query Session Display all sessions (TS/Remote Desktop) Query TermServer List all servers (TS/Remote Desktop)

Query User Display user sessions (TS/Remote Desktop) RASDIAL Manage RAS connections RASPHONE Manage RAS connections RECOVER Recover a damaged file from a defective disk REG Registry: Read, Set, Export, Delete keys and values REGEDIT Import or export registry settings REGSVR32 Register or unregister a DLL REGINI Change Registry Permissions REM Record comments (remarks) in a batch file REN Rename a file or files REPLACE Replace or update one file with another Reset Session Delete a Remote Desktop Session RD Delete folder(s) RMTSHARE Share a folder or a printer

ROBOCOPY Robust File and Folder Copy ROUTE Manipulate network routing tables RUN Start | RUN commands RUNAS Execute a program under a different user account RUNDLL32 Run a DLL command (add/remove print connections) SC Service Control SCHTASKS Schedule a command to run at a specific time SCLIST Display Services SET Display, set, or remove session environment variables SETLOCAL Control the visibility of environment variables• SETX Set environment variables SFC System File Checker SHARE List or edit a file share or print share SHIFT Shift the position of batch file parameters

SHORTCUT Create a windows shortcut (. LNK file) SHOWGRPS List the Workgroups a user has joined SHOWMBRS List the Users who are members of a Workgroup SHUTDOWN Shutdown the computer SLEEP Wait for x seconds SLMGR Software Licensing Management (Vista/2008) SOON Schedule a command to run in the near future SORT Sort input START Start a program, command or batch file SU Switch User SUBINACL Edit file and folder Permissions, Ownership and Domai SUBST Associate a path with a drive letter SYSTEMINFO List system configuration TAKEOWN Take ownership of a file TASKLIST List running applications and services

TASKKILL Remove a running process from memory TIME Display or set the system time TIMEOUT Delay processing of a batch file TITLE Set the window title for a CMD. EXE session TLIST Task list with full path TOUCH Change file timestamps TRACERT Trace route to a remote host TREE Graphical display of folder structure TSSHUTDN Remotely shut down or reboot a terminal server TYPE Display the contents of a text file TypePerf Write performance data to a log file USRSTAT List domain usernames and last login VER Display version information VERIFY Verify that files have been saved

VOL Display a disk label WAITFOR Wait for or send a signal WHERE Locate and display files in a directory tree WHOAMI Output the current UserName and domain WINDIFF Compare the contents of two files or sets of files WINMSDP Windows system report WINRM Windows Remote Management WINRS Windows Remote Shell WMIC WMI Commands WUAUCLT Windows Update XCACLS Change file and folder permissions XCOPY Copy files and folders hope you have fun with these codes guys! Check out my youtube channel by clicking here Best Notepad Tricks Hacking Tricks April 29, 2013 Comments: 6 Latest notepad tricks….

Best Notepad tricks cool notepad tricks #1 Bush Hid the Facts – Most Popular Notepad Tricks This is one of the mysterious notepad tricks we know. According to the trick it really seems Microsoft had put some hack into the coding of notepad making the text hidden after saving it. Bush Hid the Facts – Most Popular Notepad Trick Open notepad. Type BUSH HID THE FACTS Save that file. Close it Open It Again See… Why This Happens ? : It was later known 4335 Rule. It means that if we enter four words separated by spaces, wherein the first word has 4 letters, the next two have three letters each, and the last word has five letters.

Then Notepad Automatically hides the text into unknown code. Similar are with “this app can break”. OR STEP 1: OPEN NOTEPAD STEP 2: WRITE FOLLOWING LINE IN THE NOTEPAD. THIS APP CAN BREAK STEP 3: SAVE THIS FILE AS AAA. TXT STEP 4: CLOSE THE NOTEPAD. STEP 5: OPEN THE FILE AGAIN. VOILLA!! OR 1;gt; OPEN NOTEPAD 2;gt; ENTER FOUR WORDS SEPARATED BY SPACES, WHEREIN THE FIRST WORD HAS 4 LETTERS, THE NEXT TWO HAVE THREE LETTERS, AND THE LAST WORD HAS FIVE LETTERS 3;gt; DON’T HIT ENTER AT THE END OF THE LINE. 4;gt; SAVE THE FILE. 5;gt; CLOSE NOTEPAD. 6;gt; REOPEN NOTEPAD. 7;gt; OPEN THE FILE YOU JUST SAVED. YOU ARE DONE!!! 2 World Trade Centre Attack Trick – Shocking Notepad Tricks Did you know that the flight number of the plane that had hit WTC on 9/11 was Q33NY … Open your Notepad Type the flight number i. e Q33N in Capital Letters. Increase the Font Size to 72 Change the Font to Wingdings You will be amazed by the findings. Its a Plane going for 2 building shaped structures ;amp; then death. (see below)  WTF ? Must Be Shocking Right. But This Is Only Hoax As No Plane No:-Q33N Crashed Into Twin Towers. #3. Test Your Anti-Virus You can also test your anti virus program for its effectiveness using a simple notepad trick.

Follow the steps below to know more: Open Notepad. Copy the code give below in the notepad file: X5O! P%@AP[4PZX54(P^)7CC)7}$EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE! $H+H* Save it with an . exe extension like testvirus. exe This test is also known as EICAR (European Institute for Computer Antivirus Research) test file. The file is simply a text file of either 68 or 70 bytes that is a legitimate executable file called a COM file that can be run by Microsoft operating systems and some work-alikes (except for 64-bit due to 16-bit limitations), including OS/2. When executed, it will print “EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE! ” and then stop.

The test string was specifically engineered to consist of ASCII human-readable characters, easily created using a standard computer keyboard. It makes use of self-modifying code to work around technical issues that this constraint makes on the execution of the test string. #4. Continually Pop The CD Drive Open Notepad. Copy the code given below onto the notepad file: Set oWMP = CreateObject(“WMPlayer. OCX. 7? ) Set colCDROMs = oWMP. cdromCollection do if colCDROMs. Count ;gt;= 1 then For i = 0 to colCDROMs. Count – 1 colCDROMs. Item(i). Eject Next For i = 0 to colCDROMs. Count – 1 colCDROMs. Item(i). Eject Next End If wscript. leep 5000 loop Save it as “Anything. VBS”. Now open the file and see the magic! The file will continuously force the CD rom to pop out! And If you have more than one then it pops out all of them! Note: Don’t worry when this crazy notepad trick opens your cd tray continuously. If you want to end this script simply Open Task Manager(Alt+Ctrl+Delete). Under Processes end the process “wscript. exe” #5. Convert Text Into Audio Using Notepad How To Do It ? Open Notepad file on your Windows PC. Copy and paste the below mentioned code : Dim Message, Speak Message=InputBox(“Enter text”,”Speak”) Set Speak=CreateObject(“sapi. spvoice”) Speak.

Speak Message Save this file with any name with . vbs as extension. For eg. Text-To-Audio. vbs Thats it ! Your Text to Audio converter is ready to be used. Now open the saved file and key in the text you want to convert and click OK. If you find any difficulties in using this code, let me know via comments section. #6. Matrix Effect Not much to explain, just follow the steps and see the amazing matrix effect happen in your DOS window: Open Notepad. Copy the below mentioned text in your notepad file: @echo off color 02 :start echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% goto start

Save the file with . bat extension like Matrix. bat Thats it. Just open the file to see the matrix effect right before your eyes! #7. Change The Header/Footer Of Your Notepad File More often than not whenever you get a printout of your notepad file, it starts with “Untitled” or the filename at top, and “Page ” on bottom. Now if you want to get rid of it or want to change it, just follow the simple steps given below. Open Notepad. Click on File -;gt; Page Setup. Replace the text written in the “Header” and “Footer” box (as shown above) by any of the following codes: ;amp;l Left-align the characters that follow amp;c Center the characters that follow ;amp;r Right-align the characters that follow ;amp;d Print the current date ;amp;t Print the current time ;amp;f Print the name of the document ;amp;p Print the page number #8. Constantly Repeat Messages Using this notepad trick you can annoy anyone and can actually force them to log off or leave the computer (LOL…. ). This notepad trick will create an infinite cycle of a message in the computer. Follow the steps to know more: Open Notepad. Paste the following code in the notepad file: @ECHO off :Begin msg * Hi msg * Are you having fun? msg * I am! msg * Lets have fun together! sg * Because you have been o-w-n-e-d GOTO BEGIN Save the file with any file name but with . bat as extension and close it. For eg. Freakymessage. bat After saving the file just open it (by double clicking) and see what happens.

#9. Shut-down The Computer After Conveying Any Message This one is kind of an annoying trick and if used unknowingly can certainly cause problems (am serious). What this trick does is, after conveying a (any) message it shuts down the computer without any confirmation. In order to create the Shutdown file, follow the below mentioned steps: Open Notepad. Paste the following code in it: echo off msg * Its time to get some rest. shutdown -c “Error! You have to take rest! Byeeeeee” -s Save the file with any name but with . bat extension and close it. For eg. TakeRest. bat #10. Toggle Keyboard Button Simultaneously Using Notepad (and VB) you can set different keys on your keyboard to toggle continuously. Following are the 3 tricks using which different keys can be set to toggle simultaneously. Follow the steps given under each head to try out the tricks. 1. Caps Lock Key Open Notepad. Paste the following code in the notepad file: Set wshShell =wscript. CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. leep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “{CAPSLOCK}” loop Save the file with anyname and . vbs extension. and close it. Now open the newly created file and see how the caps lock key behaves on your keyboard! 2. Hit Enter Key Continuously Open Notepad. Paste the following code in the notepad file: Set wshShell = wscript. CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. sleep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “~(enter)” loop Save the file with any name and . vbs extension and close it. Now open the newly created file and see how the enter key behaves! 3. Hit Backspace Key Continuously Open Notepad. Paste the following code in the notepad file:

MsgBox “Lets Rumble” Set wshShell =wscript. CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. sleep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “{bs}” loop Save the file with any name and with . vbs extension and close it. Now open the newly created file and see how the key behaves! #11. Type “You are a fool” Continuously Not much to explain, the title says it all! Follow the steps to make this trick work: Open Notepad. Paste the following code in the notepad file: Set wshShell = wscript. CreateObject(“WScript. Shell”) do wscript. sleep 100 wshshell. sendkeys “You are a fool. ” loop Save the file with any name but with . vbs extension and close it.