Wednesday, June 30, 2010


            Now a days viruses are governing the computers with admin logins (Especially in Windows XP). Powerful virus programs will disable Anti-virus software as their first duty. Then it will not Allow you to install the Antivirus by disabling the installer. So that our only way at this time will be reformatting (Re-installing the Operating system).

                           Finally i have found a solution for this problem. First of all, all the viruses will disable the Registry Editor, Task Manager and control panel. So by correcting Registry Editor we can get touch with installer. For that i recommend you to install Ashampoo Win Optimizer(Link1). It will correct the partially then Open the MS Config window (Start->Run-> then type "msconfig"). From there you just disable all the Start up Items by clicking Disable All, This will make the viruse executables to be late in action during next booting.

                                        Then Copy the SETUP (Installer) of your Antivirus on your Desktop, Then restart the PC. As soon as it reboots, double click on the Anti-virus Setup and install it.. Hopefully it will work.. If It's not working for you, just contact me through leaving comments here.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Few years back, typing out a simple word “india” on most cellphones required an exhausting 11 taps on the number keys, like so: 444-66-3-444-2.

Now this kind of tapping out a text message could become a past due to new 'Swype' technology.

Nowadays more phones are using virtual keyboards on a touch screen by replacing physical buttons.

The predictive text software T9 has been previously invented by Mr Kushler, which guesses the word people are thinking of as they text, and 'Swype' is the next step.

Instead of pressing individual letters, mobile users can just drag their finger from one letter to the other in a faster motion.It allows users to move a finger effortlessly across the virtual keyboard to spell words, rather than tapping out each letter.

The result is that the device calculates the intended word at a faster speed than it could be typed out.The computer then calculates which word was intended by the combination of the letters touched upon.

The movements do not even have to be precise because the software can work it out.Swype’s software detects where a finger pauses and changes direction as it traces out the pattern of a word.

The movements do not have to be exact because the software calculates which words a user is most likely trying to spell.In Swype demonstrations, hurdles like capitals and double letters are overcome by pausing or doing a squiggle, while spacing and punctuation are automatic.

Swype is now being used on seven smartphones in the United States, across all major wireless carriers, including the HTC HD2 and the Samsung Omnia II.

By the end of the year, the software will be on more than 50 models worldwide, said by the company.It is tinkering with software for the iPhone and the iPad and hopes to show it to Apple soon.

To make money, Swype charges phone makers a licensing fee for each device sold. It also sees opportunity in add-ons.

Sunday, June 20, 2010


Opera has announced the release of the beta version of Opera 10.60,a few days after the release of its alpha version. This new version of PC browser is touted to be much faster than its earlier versions with lot of new features and enhancements.

Opera claims that the browser is as much as 50 percent faster than its previous stable version in benchmarks such as Peacekeeper where the Opera 10.60 beta improves performance by well over 50 percent.

The new beta version include an updated Opera Menu which has been made more apparent and easier to use, the tab previews have been improved, and use smooth animations now.

The page titles are made noticeably visible and the tabs are designed so neatly with blunt corners. This version comes with ‘wide screen speed dial’ feature that fits almost any monitor and offers better and clear view of websites.

It also supports GeoLocation, HTML5 (enhanced support now) and the WebM(makes viewing videos online easier).

Geolocation feature allows websites to provide you with more relevant information while using HTML5 Appcache, web applications can be designed to carry on different applications such as word processor, image editor, spreadsheets and much more ,in your web browser without Internet connection(online).

Opera Unite, Opera Turbo, and Opera Link are some of the known old features which still exist in the newer version.

You might want to download the beta and take it for a spin right now. Here is the download link

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Dear readers, a 2-D television may not be a new thing for us. But obviously, a 3D television may be new. Now Microsoft's Applied Science Group has demonstrated a new type of lens to be used in television screens, which allows viewers to see images in 3D without the need to wear special glasses.i.e., glasses-free 3-D displays.

The lens, thinner at the bottom than at the top, steers light to a viewer's eyes by switching light-emitting diodes along its bottom edge on and off. Since the lens is thin, it can be incorporated into a standard liquid crystal display (LCD), replacing the traditional backlight; light from the lens shines through the liquid crystals to project the images to viewers.

The 3D display uses a camera to track viewers so that it knows where to steer the light; the idea isn't new, but the required CPU power is now affordable and small enough to pull it off on a large scale.

The design of Microsoft's wedge lens bypasses this problem, as the light is traveling within the lens and not in the air (the focal point is thus the flat surface of the wedge), minimizing the distance between the projector and the screen.

The LEDs control the position and angle of the light as it enters the bottom edge of the lens and, as a result, the direction the light comes out. The viewer-tracking cameras, meanwhile, collect light traveling the other way through the lens.

The system's viewing angle is about 20°, but Microsoft hopes to tweak the lens design and increase it to 40°. That would be an improvement, but 40° still isn't that hot.

Picture quality is limited by the screen's refresh rate, and so Microsoft is pushing display manufacturers to make faster LCDs. Separately, the company is looking into how the lens can be used as the backlight of a laptop that can project images to either one person or to multiple people.

Coupled with a backlight, this makes it possible to present different images to different viewers, or to create a stereoscopic (3-D) effect by showing different images to a person's left and right eye.

Microsoft's prototype display can deliver 3-D video to two viewers at the same time (one video for each individual eye), regardless of where they are positioned. It can also show ordinary 2-D video to up to four people at the same time (one video for each person).

The 3-D display uses a camera to track viewers which enables it to steer light toward them. Microsoft's wedge lens is about 11 millimeters thick at its top, tapering down to about six millimeters at the bottom.

A traditional lens in a projector sits between a point of light and its focal point - the spot where the light is focused. This is why viewer-tracking 3-D systems are usually so bulky.


Google's upcoming Chrome operating system is a new OS that will arrive on netbook computers later this year. It is unofficially named as chromoting which can be defined as remotely accessing your PC applications via the browser or it's a remote desktop app for your new cloud computer.

Eventhough the Chrome OS will not only be great platform for running modern web apps, but will also enable you to access legacy PC applications right within the browser. Legacy means any application that doesn't run in a Web browser, like Google Chrome, which is the basis of the new Internet-only operating system, also called Chrome.

Since you can’t install PC software onto Chrome OS, many of the off-the-shelf programs won’t be compatible with the platform. Chrome OS will let you access applications running on your existing Windows, Linux, or Mac desktop.

An open source operating system, Chrome is based on the Chrome browser, which is designed to work exclusively with Web applications. Google estimates that more than 70 million people use the Chrome browser, according to a TMCnet report.

It includes the Adobe Creative Suite, perhaps, whose flagship program Photoshop is top among designers. A big concern with Google’s Chrome OS has been around its compatibility with software from other platforms. Google’s biggest selling point with Chrome OS lies with its reliance on cloud computing.

The most popular theory on the Web is that Chromoting will work like a sharing functionality. This would mean that a user would have to have a Windows-based computer online. A better solution would have been if Google could offer a cloud based option, where users could install these legacy PC apps onto cloud servers at a cost.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


The following are some tricks for Orkut users:

I.To view more scraps of your friends, follow the steps

Step1: Open Friend’s Orkut page->scrapbook

Step2: Look in your address bar,the address will be as

Step3: Add this code"&na=&nst=&nid=&pageSize=30" at the end of the address. It will look like this

30 over specifies that you can view 30 scraps of the scrapbook you are looking into.

II.To send Invisible scraps to your friends:

Step1: Open your friend’s scrapbook

Step2: Write [i] and click submit button, an invisible scrap will be sent

Note: Don't Write Anything other than [i]
You can try these various combinations also if u want to send any number of invisible scraps, as after your few submissions it will start displaying the message "message sent too recently". So try these combinations out:


And just keep on increasing it will continue without limits...

Another method

Enter &#3021 no space b/w the symbol and number, blank scrap will be send.


To view the history of downloads done in your system, you may usually take the path as
start->my computer->downloads. Instead of doing such process, now it’s available in a single click on a icon. You can access the download window from your chrome browser itself.

To install this useful Google chrome extension,Click the following link:


          Orkut has introduced new version of scrapping. The main feature in Orkut is Scrapping. but It was visible to whoever visits the users profile. Then the privacy settings have been introduced for orkut. But its visible for all the friends.. now the privacy is set for every individual i.e, private scraps. For sending private scrap, just click on visible to below the scrap box, then select only me and him. That's enough your scrap will be sent privately.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010


Last Monday, Steven P. Jobs, Apple’s chief executive, officially introduced the iPhone4, complete with an internal gyroscope, longer battery life, a 5-megapixel camera and a new front-facing camera that will allow video chats over Wi-Fi.
The iPhone 4, unveiled by Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs, is thinner, has better resolution and adds a front- facing camera. It also sports a new type of glass and a stainless-steel band that Apple says is designed to improve network reception.

Jobs, who unveiled the phone at the company’s developer conference in San Francisco, downplayed the threat from Android. The iPhone was the No. 2 smartphone in the U.S. in the first quarter, with a 28 percent share, he said, citing Nielsen Co. data. Research In Motion Ltd. ranked first, with a 35 percent share, while Android-based devices accounted for 9 percent.
I would imagine that this was one of Mr. Jobs’s least favorite keynote presentations. Millions of people had already seen the new iPhone 4 after Gizmodo got its hands on an early prototype  two months ago.
And although Mr. Jobs still wowed the audience with the sleek design and features of the phone, there were not a lot of new features to show off to the audience.To top it off, Mr. Jobs’s Wi-Fi ran into major trouble and he clearly looked frustrated on stage when he could not properly demonstrate loading a Web page.
The iPhone 4 adds a camera for capturing high-definition video, as well as software that makes video chatting possible. Its so-called retina display packs four times as many pixels in the 3.5-inch screen, delivering higher-resolution text, photos and videos. New iPhone operating-system software, called iOS 4, supports features such as multitasking - the ability to run more than one application at the same time.

The resolution of the “retina display” is as impressive as Apple boasts. Text renders like high-quality print.The effect is that the pixels appear to be painted on the surface of the phone; instead of looking at pixels under glass, it like looking at pixels on glass. Combined with the incredibly high pixel density, the overall effect is like “live print”.If voice quality is more important to you than all the toys, the nicer OS or the video chat, then definitely go for the Sprint.

The durability of the phone’s glass back:
Apple has stated, though, that they’ve improved the durability of the glass. Still, as you probably now know, many glasses may be scratch- and snap-resistant even though they might shatter — acute impact resistance hasn’t been a hallmark of the material.
 the design of the new phone:
It seems to me that it’s got less character than previous iPhones. But it’s still incredibly well designed and built, and far less cheap feeling than the plastic-backed 3G and 3GS.

The new video chat feature:
The screen is truly outrageous — you basically cannot see pixels on it. We’re not being hyperbolic when we say it’s easily the best looking mobile phone screen we’ve ever laid eyes on.It’ll probably replace your pocket camera and Flip cam. The iPhone 3GS, though its camera specs weren’t mindblowing, came somewhat close to replacing point-and-shoot cameras for some users.
The battery should last longer, it’s slimmer, the antenna is (hopefully) more powerful, it’s got noise cancellation, its processor is much faster, and so on.
iPhone 4 versus Google Nexus One

"Its resolution is not as awesomely crisp as the iPhone 4's, but is fairly high at 800 x 480 pixels," The Nexus One  , which is Google's latest version of their mobile OS. It enables some cool new features like Internet sharing over Wi-Fi and better support for Adobe Flash, along with faster performance. Android has also become, in our opinion, very close in terms of usability to the iPhone OS, give or take a few things from both parties."

iPhone 4 versus EVO 4G

The EVO 4G posses the biggest challenge to the new iPhone,"according to Signature9. "It will be up to Apple app developers to come up with something truly innovative that takes advantage of the gyroscope to make it a must-have feature that would push someone over to the iPhone rather than the Evo 4G. Plus, while Sprint’s 4G network isn’t live in cities like New York or San Francisco yet, AT&T’s service in those markets doesn’t often get rave reviews"

You should not because:
What we saw today is what Apple’s going to be selling for the next year, probably. But consider just how much Android has advanced in that time? Android 2.2 is pretty wonderful, and I expect a lot of impressive Android hardware to show up in the next few months, not to mention the forthcoming Windows Phone 7.
“Apple and its competitors are steadily bringing better and better technology and software to go with it to the market,” he said. “In that environment, it’s difficult to leapfrog the competition in the same way the iPhone did when it was first introduced.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010


Hey here i have found a network troubleshhoting for free with extra features for free download. It offers the features such as 

  1. Remotely control PCs & servers with RDP or VNC
  2. Ping any device from one console
  3. Complete traceroutes and NSlookups
  4. Compare the configuration of devices
And totally its free to download.. After the installation you should manage the Antivirus alerts, Click the link1 to download it..

Sunday, June 6, 2010


Rdio, pronounced “R-dee-o”. It’s a social music streaming service, with desktop and mobile environments.It’s a new digital-music company, is competing to revolutionize the way people access, find and pay for music. Rdio has sealed deals with Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, EMI Music, and Sony Music Entertainment, along with some major indie gatherers of digital music. 

The newest music subscription service, Rdio, was unveiled this past Thursday, June 3. Founded by Janus Friis and Niklas Zennstrom, the San Francisco-based social music service promises to alter the way people access, discover and pay for music. 
Rdio’s desktop app is really compact and stays in sync with the website. If you pause your song, you can reboot your computer or close your browser, and it will remember your place.You can collaborate on playlists with friends.
Through a web and mobile application, Rdio allows you to sync music from iTunes or Windows Media Player libraries and immediately adds it into your collection. It can be accessed on any Web browser and will offer applications for iPhone and Blackberry, with an Android app coming soon. 

You pay $5 a month to get access to a lot of music. If you have a song in your iTunes, then it’s in your “collection” on Rdio, once you sync the two. For $10 a month, you can sync music to your mobile device, which could be very nice.Some downsides are that not all songs are available. Users can also share information about favorite songs and links with friends on Twitter and Facebook or via e-mail.

Rdio integrates mobile, media and social networks so its service is definitely more than an ordinary music subscription service.Rdio is committed to enhance how consumers discover and share music, as well as how they get music on smartphones or a web browser.

What separates Rdio from other music services is its highly social aspect, connecting you to other people and their music. You can follow friends and others with similar music tastes, check out what music they’re playing, listen to playlists they’ve created, and even collaborate on building playlists.

Rdio also allows you to discover new music through personal recommendations and artist-based radio stations based on your specific tastes and listening behavior. This music subscription service offers unlimited, on-demand access to five million songs from some of the world’s largest music labels, as well as a number of indie ones. 

Wednesday, June 2, 2010


Dear friends,here is some tips for the Windows 7 users to enhance the speed of handling the latest version of OS.These shortcuts could ensure a better usage of your OS.

  • Opening multiple Instances of the same program

If you want to open multiple instances of the same program,i.e a second command prompt or another application can be opened in multiple instances. Instead of opening the program again in the usual way you can simply press the SHIFT key and left-click on the first instance in the Windows Taskbar to open a second one.

  • Problem Steps Recorder

If you ever had to do phone support you know how hard it can be to understand what the user on the other end of the phone did and wants.

The Problem Steps Recorder is a sweet little tool in Windows 7 that can be used by the user to record his steps.All that the user needs to do is start the recorder by entering psr in the Start Menu box and click on Start Record in the program interface. Screenshots will be taken from user actions. It is possible to add comments at any time if the user feels so.

  • Pin Favorite Folders

If you want to add a favorite folders to Windows Explorer to access them faster,Just drag and drop the folder to the favorites menu. It will remain there until you delete it with the delete key again.

  • Moving Windows shortcuts

Windows 7 introduces several new keyboard shortcuts for window management. Some useful ones are:

a) [Windows Shift Left Arrow] or [Windows Shift Right Arrow] to move windows from one computer monitor to another.

b) [Windows Left Arrow] or [Windows Right Arrow] to dock windows to the left or right side

c) [Windows Up Arrow] to maximize a window

d) [Windows Down Arrow] to restore or minimize windows

e) [Windows Home] to minimize all windows but the active one

  • Shortcuts to start pinned taskbar items

Pressing [Win Number] will start a new instance of a pinned taskbar item. You should also note that the items can be dragged and dropped into different positions easily.