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right click of desktop and make a shortkut and type this text
shutdown -s -t 120 -c "Prank virus Activated"
and then click next then fnish

and also create the prank virous through notepad
so first upall you open your notepad through start button and then type this text
shutdown -s -t 180 -c "you can type any text"
then save it with the name and extention .bat

For Stop the prank virous
first upall you go to run and type the text
shutdown -a

How to break the password
start - run - cmd - and then type
net user   "It will show the user name and retype
net user Ashique *
then press Enter
then type your new Password
retype your password
then exit
your password have been broken.

how to grouth 20% of net speed
first upall you go to run and type the text
administrative templets
Qos pocket schedule
reservable bandwidth
20 to 0
save it


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