Windows Store Apps error on a proxy server error:  

                           clickhere to resolve the above error
Download the file for respective errors an then double click on the file then click yes on the dialog box
Running Java Using Command Prompt:
  • Note:Whatever you had installed jre or jdk or any other you replace the below commands with that particular software 
  • Create a temporary folder C:\mywork.  Using Notepad or another text editor, create a small Java file with the following text:
    public class HelloWorld
      public static void main(String[] args)
        System.out.println("Hello, World!");
    Save your file as in C:\mywork.  To make sure your file name is, (not, first choose "Save as file type:" All files, then type in the file name
  • Run Command Prompt (found under All Programs/Accessories in the Start menu).  Type
    C:\> cd \mywork
    This makes C:\mywork the current directory.
    C:\mywork> dir
    This displays the directory contents.  You should see among the files.
    C:\mywork> set path=%path%;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_09\bin
    This tells the system where to find JDK programs.
    C:\mywork> javac
    This runs javac.exe, the compiler.  You should see nothing but the next system prompt...
    C:\mywork> dir
    javac has created the HelloWorld.class file.  You should see and HelloWorld.class among the files.
    C:\mywork> java HelloWorld
    This runs the Java interpreter.  You should see the program output:
    Hello, World!
    If the system cannot find javac, check the set path command.  If javac runs but you get errors, check your Java text.  If the program compiles but you get an exception, check the spelling and capitalization in the file name and the class name and the java HelloWorld command.  Java is case-sensitive!
  • It is possible to make the path setting permanent but you have to be very careful because your system might crash if you make a mistake. Proceed with extreme caution! In Windows XP, go to Control Panel, choose "System," click on the "Advanced" tab, click on the "Environment variables" button. In the lower list, "System variables," click on Path:

    Click "Edit" and at the end append
    ;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_09\bin
    (or the path to the appropriate folder where the latest version of JDK is installed).  Do not put spaces before the appended path string.
    Click OK on the path edit box and OK on the Ennvironment Variables box.  The new setting will go into effect next time you run Command Prompt.  
Creating virtual network or adhoc network or network sharing: 
click here to download file 
after you finish downloading double click or open file and then the network is created


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