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Senin, 11 April 2011

How to Import (Restore) All Tasks in Bulk Using Task Scheduler in Windows?

Recently we posted a tutorial about importing and exporting tasks using Task Scheduler in Windows: How to Import / Export (Backup / Restore) Tasks Using Task Scheduler in Windows?
But there is one limitation in importing and exporting tasks using Task Scheduler. You can import/export only a single task at a time. Task Scheduler doesn't allow import/export of tasks in bulk.
So if you have lots of scheduled tasks say 20 in Task Scheduler, you'll need to perform the same step again and again for all 20 tasks.
Wouldn't it be great if you can import and export all tasks in a single step?
Actually you can import (restore) all tasks in bulk using "schtasks" command but there is no way to export all tasks in bulk.
In this tutorial, we'll tell you how to use "schtasks" command to restore all tasks in bulk:
1. First take backup of all tasks using the above mentioned tutorial.
2. Now create a new text file using Notepad and paste following code in it:
@echo off
echo Importing All Tasks
echo.
schtasks.exe /create /TN "Task 1 Name" /XML "Full_Path_of_Backup_XML_File"
schtasks.exe /create /TN "Task 2 Name" /XML "Full_Path_of_Backup_XML_File"
schtasks.exe /create /TN "Task 3 Name" /XML "Full_Path_of_Backup_XML_File"
echo.
echo Importing Done
echo.
pause
3. Replace "Task 1 Name", "Task 2 Name", etc entries with the name of your actual tasks. e.g. "Mother Birthday".
4. Replace "Full_Path_of_Backup_XML_File" with the location where you saved the backup tasks. e.g. "D:\Tasks Backup\Mother Birthday.xml".
5. Save the file with any name but the extension must be .BAT. e.g. you can save the file as "Restore Tasks.Bat". Make sure to use double quotes "" otherwise Notepad will save the file as a text file.
6. That's it. Once you create the file, run it and it'll start restoring all the tasks in Task Scheduler.
Now you'll never need to create all your important tasks each time you install a fresh Windows or work on a new computer. Just import all the tasks on the fly using the above mentioned batch file. ;)
PS: You can use the same Batch file for restoring any number of tasks. Simply add an entry for the desired task mentioning its name and location.

How to Move / Show Details Pane At Top in Windows Vista and 7 Explorer?

If you can remember the good old Longhorn days when Windows Vista was under Beta testing, the Details Pane in Windows Explorer used to show at top just below the Command Bar. But in Windows Vista RTM (Final version), the Details Pane was moved to bottom. Same thing applies to Windows 7 as well. There are many people who still want to get the Details Pane at top as shown in our AeroVG theme preview picture:

You can also change the "Details Pane" position from Bottom to Top in Windows Vista and 7 Explorer using following simple steps:
1. We'll have to edit "%windir%\System32\Shell32.dll" file. So first take ownership of this file using following tutorial:
Add Take Ownership Option in File / Folder Context Menu in Windows Vista and 7
2. Now open the file in Resource Hacker.
3. Goto "View -> Find Text" (or press Ctrl + F). It'll open Find box.
4. Now type following String in textbox:
layoutpos="bottom"
5. Click on "Find Next" button and it'll show the line containing this text. It should be in UIFILE section.
6. You have to just replace "bottom" word with "top".
7. When you have done, click on "Compile Script" button.
8. Now press "F3" key and it'll show the next line containing the same text. Again do the same mentioned in 6th step.
9. Remember! You have to replace "bottom" word with "top" only in following locations (i.e. keys under UIFILE section):
3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 21
10. If you also want to show the Details Pane at Top in Browse/Save/Open dialog boxes, then replace "bottom" word with "top" in 27 and 28 keys too.
11. That's it. You have done. Now save the file at some other location, for example in D: drive.
12. Rename original "Shell32.dll" file present in "System32" folder to "shell32_backup.dll".
13. Now copy your new modified "shell32.dll" file to "System32" folder.
14. Restart your system and after restart Windows will start using your new modified file and you'll get details pane at Top.

Download FREE CustoPack Tools to Customize Windows XP, Vista and 7

CustoPack Tools is a free software that allows you to easily customize Windows appearance through the installation of packs. It is compatible with Windows XP (32-bit), Windows Vista (32 or 64-bit), and Windows 7 (32 or 64-bit). You can customize your icons, your background, your visual style and many more, all that FOR FREE and in a few clicks thanks to a selection of CustoPacks themes. And if you have the soul of an artist, you can also create your own packs.

The software splits into 3 parts:
Choose a CustoPack: Designed for general public, this part allows you to install a CustoPack (among those you have downloaded and installed) in order to customize the appearance of your Windows.
Create a CustoPack: Designed for a public more informed, this part allows you to create your own CustoPack with elements which you made or selected.
Settings and configuration: This part allows you to set CustoPack Tools options and to configure some system options.
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[Direct Download Link] Official Links to Download MUI Language Packs for Windows Vista and 7 (Both 32-bit and 64-bit Versions Including SP1, SP2)

Although MUI language packs can be downloaded and installed in Windows Vista and 7 via Automatic Updates but sometimes we need standalone offline installers to install these packs e.g. we have Automatic Updates disabled in our systems or we don't have Internet connection.Today we are sharing official direct download links for all MUI language packs applicable for Windows Vista and 7. We have divided the download links in different sections like 32-bit, 64-bit, Windows without SP, Windows with SP1 and SP2.
Windows Vista RTM (32-bit):
Windows Vista RTM (64-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP1 (32-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP1 (64-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP2 (32-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP2 (64-bit):
Windows 7 RTM (32-bit):
Windows 7 RTM (64-bit):

[Direct Download Link] Official Links to Download MUI Language Packs for Windows Vista and 7 (Both 32-bit and 64-bit Versions Including SP1, SP2)

Although MUI language packs can be downloaded and installed in Windows Vista and 7 via Automatic Updates but sometimes we need standalone offline installers to install these packs e.g. we have Automatic Updates disabled in our systems or we don't have Internet connection.Today we are sharing official direct download links for all MUI language packs applicable for Windows Vista and 7. We have divided the download links in different sections like 32-bit, 64-bit, Windows without SP, Windows with SP1 and SP2.
Windows Vista RTM (32-bit):
Windows Vista RTM (64-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP1 (32-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP1 (64-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP2 (32-bit):
Windows Vista RTM SP2 (64-bit):
Windows 7 RTM (32-bit):
Windows 7 RTM (64-bit):

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