We use to pin important programs on the task bar. But sometimes it is very much annoying to click on the program using mouse, sometimes by fault we click on wrong programs and suffer a lot. Today I have discovered some a new way of running any program, those are pinned in the task bar. Now I am going to share my discovery with you.
Let's assume the task bar below is the task bar on which we have pinned the programs.
In order to run the first program from the left side of the task bar, press Windows Key + 1.
Like this picture :-
In order to run the second program from the left side of the task bar, press Windows Key + 2.
Like this picture :-
So you can do this for first ten programs (from left), those are pinned in your task bar like Windows Key + 1....0.
1. You can only run ten programs using your keyboard. This is because your keyboard has only ten numbers (1-0).
2. The sequence starts from the left side or after start button.
Now start designing your task bar with your favourite programs sequentially.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Assumptions of Perfect Capital Market
The assumptions of perfect capital market are enumerated below : -
- No transaction (brokerage) costs,
- No taxes,
- No cost to obtain information,
- No cost with financial distress,
- Large number of buyers and sellers, so the traded security's prices is affected with no one buyer or seller,
- Both individuals and firms have equal access to market,
- Every on has the same expectations,
My picks: Books on Financial Management.
What are the differences between systematic and unsystematic risk?
There are differences between the systematic and unsystematic risk though they are risk. Here are some of the differences presented : -
This type of risk affects over all securities in a market.
This type of risk is unique to a security or a company.
This risk is dependent of political or economic factors.
This risk is independent of political or economic factors.
It is also known as Market Risk.
It is also known as Diversifiable Risk.
This risk arises from management inefficiency, unsuccessful planning etc.
It occurs due to imbalance in the political situation or fluctuation in the market etc.
It can be reduced by holding large number of securities.
It can be reduced by holding better portfolios of company’s securities.
My picks: Books relating to Financial Management,
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