These are some very usefull and mostly used rundll32 commands which can be used to form shortcuts for control panel, folder options ,hibernate ,shutdown in windows vista.

Some Usefull commands are as follows…(type all these commands in run or set them in the target path of the shortcut).

Forgotten Password Wizard
RunDll32.exe keymgr.dll,PRShowSaveWizardExW

RunDll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState More »

Is Vista the operating system you love to hate, or the one you hate to love? Those conflicting thoughts surfaced as I followed Ed Bott’s provocative post on whether Vista scare stories are distorting user perceptions. My take: Vista wouldn’t be my primary OS if I didn’t really like it, but it’s still got issues. Five in particular stick in my craw.

Applications “Not Responding”
When Windows XP doesn’t want to do stuff, it simply locks up in what I call car-crash mode. You know: Those 15 seconds when XP isn’t responding to your mouse click (and 20 re-clicks) seem like a couple of hours. When you get several mini-lockups in a row, you know it’s time to reboot and shake free whatever process (often, rundll32.exe) that has run amuck. More »

If you like to build batch files to automate cleanup on your computer, you’ll probably want to include at least one of these commands in your batch script. You can automate any one of the functions on the Internet Explorer 7 Delete Browsing History dialog.

Here’s the dialog that you are probably used to seeing: More »

In case you have deleted the one on your taskbar by error, here’s how you can do it Right click on your desktop.
Select New > Shortcut. Copy-Paste RunDll32 DwmApi #105 into the location box > Next. In name enter Flip3D, and click on Finish. Copy/Cut-Paste your new shortcut where ever you want.
A copy of the Flip 3D icon is present in each user profile, and also in the Default user profile. Follow these steps to restore the icon to your user account: More »