Why CTRL+ALT+DEL Does Not Open Task Manager In Windows XP

Hi Friends,

At work, I have a Windows XP  computer. When I use the keyboard shortcut CTRL+ALT+DEL, Task Manager does not open. Instead the login box appears.

Many of you have faced the same problem like this.. Right?? I had found the sollution and I want to share it with you.

The Welcome Screen is the simple login screen that shows your user icon during login. You just click your username and enter your password to login.

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Lock – Unlock Folder without any Software.

Hi! Friends First of all Happy new year..

This is the trick to Convert ur folder in to control panel so that other users can not access that folder.

For that purpose first select a folder for example i’ll use a folder name movies in D drive “D:\movies\”

in the same drive u create a text file and paste the content given below without quotes.
ren movies movies.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}
and save it as loc.bat

again u paste content given below without qoutes in notepad
ren movies.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D} movies
and save it as key.bat

now in D drive u can see two batch files loc and key.. when u double click loc the movie folder will change to control panel and whn u double click key the control panel will change to normal folder..

you need to change “movies” evrytime in each file with ur foldername.

To deny access to other users u can keep the “key.bat” file with you and whenever needed you can unlock the desired folder by placing that file in the same drive and double clicking on it.

Windows Welcome Music

Hello! friends I am not talking about start up music.

Its the music plays while you install your Windows XP but i think none of u had listen it …
The reason is sound drivers are not installed. Its 5:24 mins track named title.wmv if u wanna listen navigate to :: “C:\Windows\system32\oobe\images\title.wmv”

found??

still not?

then go to Tools > Folder Options > View, check Show Hidden Files and Folders options and then uncheck Hide Protected Operating System Files…….