Adding "open with ..." for your favourite program, to Windows context menu

If you choose to download the portable zip version of a program, for example Sublime Text 2, then you might be missing out on the neat feature of having it added to the right-click context menu in Windows. When you select a bunch of files, and want them opened with your favourite program, theres no context menu item that says “Open in program name”, such as illustrated in this picture: This can be added through editing the registry. (take a

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Speed up web browsing by putting Opera cache on a RAMdisk

In this small tutorial, I will show you how you can speed up web browsing in Windows by putting Operas cache folder on a RAMdisk, instead of your old harddrive or SSD. It requires about 100 MB of free ram, or preferably more (250MB or so, if you can afford it). Since most systems today have 4 GB ram, setting aside 200MB should not be a problem. First up, creating a ramdisk After lots of searching, I found a program

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Easily zoom in during presentations etc in Windows using the built in Magnifier tool

If you are doing presentations for other people, recording your own screen, or just have a bit bad eyesight, this little tip may suit you well. Windows 7 has a built in program called Magnifier. This program allows you to zoom in on a specific part of the screen. To open the Magnifier tool, just hold your Windows key, and press + Theres also a couple of different viewmodes and options easily available from the menu.

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