Obviously not! Here are some of the best tricks you can try out on your computer.
You can use your PC's built in features and some VBScript magic to create a simple program that will speak whatever you input to it. What are you waiting for? Head over to this post to start a conversation.
2) Find your computer's gender
Want to know if your PC is a male or a female? Simple. Try the previous trick to know if your computer is a 'he' or a 'she'.
On a serious note, this depends upon the voice you have selected in Microsoft options.
3) Lock Folders with password
Do you often have other people seeing your personal files? You can store them in a folder so that only you can access them. Go see this post to know how to protect your personal fileseffectively.
4) Make your computer greet you every time you start Windows
A simple modification in the first trick will let you have an awesome computer said welcome that you can use to impress all your friends. Just read this post to make your computer welcome you in its own mechanical voice.
5) Have fun with Notepad
6) Command Prompt too has some tricks up its sleeves
So, you thought that Notepad has some tricks but not the ? If you thought so, then you would be surprised to see all the you can do with the Windows Command Prompt. Just see this post to get impressed.
7) Change your Processor's name
Are you bored of your old processor and want a new one with a staggering name? Change its name to something extraordinary to get that something special for your PC.
8) Make a Keyboard Disco
Use some VBScript coding to create a live disco using the LED keys on your keyboard. See this post to know how your keyboard can turn into a disco.
9) Use your Keyboard as Mouse.
You know you can use your mouse as keyboard using the On- . What if I tell you that it is also possible to do the reverse? Just read this post to see how.
10) Use Keyboard Shortcuts to get work done in no time
Use some amazingly useful to greatly increase your efficiency when working on a Windows computer. See this post for details.
These tricks work on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.