You Can Shutdown your PC on a Single Click:
Navigate to desktop. On the desktop, right-click and go to NEW, then to SHORTCUT (in other words, create a new shortcut).You should now see a pop-up window instructing you to enter a command line path.Enter one of these as the path:
Use this path if your operating system is Windows 95, 98, or Me: C:\windows\rundll.exe
Use this path if your operating system is XP: SHUTDOWN -s -t 01
If the C: drive is not your local hard drive, then replace “C” with the correct letter of the
Click the “Next” button. Name the shortcut and click the “Finish” button. Now, whenever
you want to shut down, just click on this shortcut and you’re done.
Disable Error Reporting
You can get rid of the Windows XP error report messages if you don’t want to send another one in. Start the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION UTILITY:
Click START, and then click RUN.
Type msconfig to open the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION UTLIITY.
Click the SERVICES tab.
Clear the Error Reporting Service check box, and then click OK.
Hit RESTART to reboot your system.
Adjust various visual effects
Open up the CONTROL PANEL. Go under SYSTEM and click on the ADVANCED tab. Click SETTINGS under PERFORMANCE OPTIONS. You can now change various
graphics and effects (mainly animations and shadows.)
Close Multiple Windows
This trick works in all versions of Windows, If you just opened a number of separate, related windows (a folder inside a folder, and so on,) there’s an easier way to close them all than one-at-a-time. Hold down the Shift key as you click the X caption button in the upper-right corner of the last window opened. Doing
so closes that window and all windows that came before it.