Have you ever lost office 2010 product key ? And you spent hour and hour to find that office 2010 cd key for office reinstalling. This article shows you how to find office 2010 product key from installed office 2010 application.
2. Launch Product Key finder software, and then click “Start Recovery” to find office 2010 product key. Many product keys will be listed. if the office 2010 has been installed, its product key will be displayed too.
3. Click “Save as” to save these product keys to a file.
This tutorial will not teach you to create hidden folders but invisible folders.
There is no point in creating hidden folders because you can just go to Tools > View > Show hidden files and folders.
Follow these steps:
1. Right click in a directory and go to New Folder.
2. Right click and then go to rename.
3. Delete the name and press Alt+ 255. This will make the text disappear.
4. Right click on the folder once again but this time go to properties. Click on the “Customize” tab and go to the bottom where it says “Change Icon”.
5. Scroll over and choose a blank icon like in this picture:
Apart from this good resource there is a minor technical flaw though…..when you highlight the area with the folder, a small rectangle shows, indicating something is there. Also if you change the view to “Details” it will show it in Description.Well something is better than nothing !!
Events are stored in three log files: Application, Security, and System. These logs can be reviewed and archived.
For our purposes we want the System log. Click on “System” in the left-hand column for a list of events.
Look for a date and time when you weren’t home and your computer should have been off.
2. Double click on the eg: information and it will show u the detail.
You can also use this log to see how long someone was on the computer. Just look at the time the computer was turned on and off for that day.