Monday, November 21, 2011

Customize Windows 7 Send-To Menu

You’ve seen the "Send to" function in action any time you right-click a file and select the "Send to" from the context menu. What you might be unaware of is that you can customize the items in this menu.

Here's How :
Go ahead, right click a file. You should see something that looks like this:

Now to add more functionality to the "Send to" menu, you have to go to the "Send to" folder. To get to the "Send to" folder, you’ll need to open up an Explorer window, and then paste in the following to the address bar :

You should now see a bunch of shortcuts :

Let’s say you wanted to add a new folder to the Send To menu. You could just  create a shortcut for that folder and paste it in the Send to folder. Now you can see that folder in the menu :

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Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Battlefield 3 Unleashed

Battlefield 3 is a first person shooter action video game and is the eleventh installment in the Battlefield franchise. It is a direct sequel to Battlefield 2 (released in 2005). It is released on 25th October 2011.
Battlefield 3 uses a new gaming engine - "Frostbite 2", built especially for this game. This Frostbite 2 engine can realistically portray the destruction of buildings and scenery to a greater extent than previous engine. With its stunning visuals, this game is a strong contender for "best looking game" awards.

  • Extensive Co-op Gameplay - Unique maps and missions are available for players to tackle online with a friend, using co-op specific gameplay features. Co-op missions tie into the single player story.
  • Frostbite 2 Enabled Destruction - Frostbite 2 creates a whole new level of life-like destruction. Enhanced large and small scale destruction now has a tactical purpose. Chip away at cover, blow holes in walls, deform the terrain, and bring down entire building fa├žades on enemies.
  • Ultimate Vehicle Warfare - The signature Battlefield vehicle warfare experience is even richer and more rewarding. Damaged vehicles can now retreat or be defended until they automatically regain armor, while disabled vehicles become static gun platforms to cover players doing repairs.
  • Personalized Dog Tages - Players can now customize the look of their dog tags. The Battlefield twist on this is that dog tags are collected when you successfully execute a knife attack. Collecting dog tags will definitely become the sole objective of some ambitious players. The dog tags display a dynamically tracked stat of choice and appear on defeated enemies screens.
  • New Classes - Battlefield 3 will feature 4 classes (or kits), much like previous Battlefield games. The classes are varied and each can serve two or more purposes, for example, the assault class can be team oriented with a med kit and defibrillator, or more offensive with a grenade launcher. All classes have dedicated weapons which can be only used by that class, while there is also a wide selection of weapons available to all classes, weapons like SMGs.
    1. Assault: The Assault class is still responsible for kicking enemy butt on the frontlines, but has now been given equipment like medkits and defibrillators.
    2. Engineer: The Engineer seems to be the least changed of all the classes, with its primary focus being the upkeep and destruction of vehicles. In Bad Company 2, the Engineer's primary weapons were sub-machine guns. Is seems that they will be using carbina asault rifles in Battlefield 3.
    3. Support: The new Support class is reminiscent of the Battlefield 2 Support class with a new twist on it. This class used light machine guns that can be mounted on surfaces for added accuracy. It can also equip a more-powerful-than-usual flashlight that can blind enemies. The most interesting aspect of the Support class is its new "Suppressing Fire" ability, which causes enemies screen to blur when you shoot in their proximity.
    4. Recon: The sneaky sniper class is back and will feel familiar to anyone who has played Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Sniper's are more dangerous than ever now that they can go into prone.
  • Epic scale vehicle and infantry warfare
  • Infantry only close quarters warfare
  • Destructible environment
  • Squad based team play
  • Huge persistent soldier carrier
  • Customizable soldiers and kits
  • Customizable vehicles
  • Fully customizable weapons
  • Soldier specializations
  • Supported shooting
  • Suppressive fire
  • Quick reloads
  • Multiple firing modes
  • Reviving team mates (with opt out option)
  • Vehicles with regenerating health
  • Infantry only game setting
  • Hardcore game setting
  • Assist scoring for successful teamplay

Operating System: Windows Vista (Service Pack 2) 32-bit
CPU : Intel Core2Duo 2.4 Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 2
Memory : 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive Space : 20 GB free space
Graphics Hardware : Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT or ATI Radeon HD 3870
Sound Hardware : DirectX Complaint sound card
Network : 1 Mbit/s broadband internet connection for Online play


Operating System : Windows 7 64-bit
CPU : Intel or AMD Quad-Core processor
Memory : 4 GB RAM
Hard Drive Space : 25 GB free space
Graphics Hardware : Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 or ATI Radeon HD 6950
Sound Hardware : DirectX Complaint sound card
Network : 1 Mbit/s broadband internet connection for Online play

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