Do you prefer to use English Windows, but you need your native language to be the default input language (for keyboard)? It’s the only language, but Windows somehow feels the need to give me choice I don’t even need…
Do you hate this thing appearing when you launch apps and games? I sure do, because I hate taskbar being cluttered with things I never need and this damn thing appears every time I run CS:GO.
Click the Magnifying glass in taskbar and type in “system icons”. Only one entry will appear, click it. You’ll see this…
Switch the Input Indicator to Off.
Click the Magnifying glass in taskbar again and type in “language”. Select Language Control panel.
Select Advanced settings and you’ll land on this panel…
Select Options button…
Select Hidden option.
If you only disable it on Advanced settings panel, it still shows up for some reason. But if you have selected “Hidden”, it’ll stay hidden forever.
This will permanently get rid of the annoying Input Indicator in the taskbar.
If you’re using Netgear Nighthawk X3 (R7000) with Shibby Tomato firmware and you hate blinking indicator LED lights on top of the router, here is a trick to turn most of them off and stop them from blinking. I still haven’t figured all out, but I found many control so far for individual LEDs.
Just login to your router, go to Administration and then Scripts…
Copy this text to Scripts (Init) field, like example shown above in the image. Commands can be stacked together to achieve desired effect.
Red/white POWER LED
WHITE: gpio enable 3
RED: gpio disable 3
Red/white WAN LED
WHITE: gpio enable 8
RED: gpio disable 8
Disable only WAN LED
et robowr 0x0 0x1a 0x0
Disable/enable only LAN LED’s
DISABLE: et robowr 0x0 0x16 0x0
ENABLE: et robowr 0x0 0x16 0x1ff
Disable WAN and LAN LEDs
et robowr 0x0 0x18 0x1ff
et robowr 0x0 0x18 0x0
et robowr 0x0 0x1a 0x0
Enable/disable WPS Button LED
gpio enable 14
gpio disable 14
Enable/disable Wireless Button LED
gpio enable 15
gpio disable 15
Enable/disable USB1 LED
gpio enable 17
gpio disable 17
Enable/disable USB2 LED
gpio enable 18
gpio disable 18
Click Save button below and then Reboot… on the left side since the script kicks in on router initialization. After router reboot, settings should take effect.
Will update this as I find more functional commands…