How to Insert Image in email yahoomail / gmail

I am going to explain how to insert Images within the email (Inline).

The best way which I use most of the times is to upload the desired image in any image hosting website and use the link. I will explain how to do this step by step.

Goto any Image Hosting website, generally I use
If you have an account with it you can login/ No problem even if you don't have any account.

Browse your image from your computer and upload it.

I like the feature 'Image resize', it reduces the original image into the selected size and uploads.

Once the image is uploaded you will be given with a link.
Copy the Direct Link and open it in Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer.

Only Image should be opened. After opening the image press Ctrl + A (Select All) and copy the image Ctrl + C (Copy).
This will copy the image as Rich Text Format.

Now compose a mail and paste (Ctrl+V) it in the mail body. This works in yahoo / gmail. I guess this works in any Web mail client.

Gmail Feature

Recently gmail released a new Lab version to insert images in email. You will have an Image Button in gmail .

If you don't see such icon. Enable it from Labs.
Goto Settings (Click gear Icon and Click on Settings)
Goto labs and enable Inserting I images, as shown below.
Now you will see insert image icon while composing an email.

To Insert an Image using Insert Image.
1. Click on insert Image icon and browse the Image from MyComputer as shown below and click OK

How to Press Ctrl+Alt+Del on RDP / TS Session

Solution to this problem is.
Press Ctrl+Alt+End on RDP it works..

Ctrl+Alt+End = Ctrl+Alt+Del on local machine

All My Windows Applications are opening Same application

I faced a peculiar problem . All Windows applications are opening the same application
/ All programs icons have changed and opening same exe file.

How can I fix this problem, I think I Have to change some registry settings.
Goto Run - Type Regedit and press enter.

Even this is opening the same Exe file. While searching google I found a great article which helped me. Copy the below contents into notepad save it as "fix.reg" and double click it and Merge the contents.
Restart the computer, you will see normal setting.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00




If you cannot Open Notepad, You can download it from here.

One more Fix which I found in another site, The first one worked for me so I didn;t try this.

Goto -
Then click - 'Win XP Fixes'
Then click - 'File Association Fixes'
Then - 'EXE File Association Fix'
And run the program
Select 'xp_exe_fix.reg'
Registry Editor window should appear and select 'YES'

Method - 3
Refer the below link for solution

Both above solutions found on Internet