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25 October 2012

Thank you, never again, once enough

Thank you, never again, once enough

27 May 2009

New Release: Windows Vista SP2

Things to know
Users decided on Windows Vista until 7 rolls around should be happy today: Service Pack 2 (SP2) is released.

In addition to incorporating all previous updates, SP2 contains changes "focused on supporting new types of hardware and adding support for several emerging standards." On the IT side, administrators will now find it easier to deploy and manage large installations of Vista and its accompanying Windows Server 2008.

Prerequisites will be simple for most: your version of Windows Server 2008 or Vista must have SP1 installed. Note if you're updating through Windows Update/WSUS, a separate update to the servicing stack must first be installed -- this handles installation and removal of software updates and other features, and is necessary to successfully install and uninstall the new pack, and with maximum performance and reliability. Lastly, if you're making use of the vLite utility for the move, you may get an error.

If receiving through Windows Update, which downloads only the changed data, you're looking at a 43 MB file set; those going for the standalone set will be at 302 or 390 MB (five or seven languages) on x86 systems, and 508 or 622 MB (five or 36 languages) on x64s

Upon successful installation it is strongly advised to run the Service Pack Clean-up tool -- just run command prompt and enter compcln.exe.

For the list of highlighted changes and improvements, hit up the source below where you can also find a link to the full list of hotfixes and security updates. For a quick list, though, have this: removal of half open outbound TCP connections limit, ability to record to Blu-ray disc, and 'improved' content protection for TV in Windows Media Center.



22 May 2009

"Cool Isn't"... The Springtail Exoskleton Flying Vehicle

The Future Vehicle production of Trek Aerospace is very suited for fix the traffic jam problem in most cities in all contries. With this vehicle we can fly over traffic jam. This is The Springtail Exoskleton Flying Vehicle can fly and land vertically like helicopter with single 1 pasangger on board have powered by 118 HP engine was controlled by computer and can lift 368 pound or 163 kg of weight.

Do you interested ?

This vehicle was release limited on the market on US$ 1.25 million.

21 January 2009

How to copy music from iPod to iTunes

Sometimes, you lost your iTunes library, or your computer crashed and you have to format your computer, but the songs and movies are still on your iPod, you may want to copy them from iPod back to computer. And this part will help you. The tool you need is iPod to computer transfer, you can download it free from here, it’s about 5.2 MB. It also supports iPhone. Before you run our program, please be sure you have installed iTunes on your computer.

Step1. Download and install iPod to computer transfer, after your iPhone/iPod connected to pc, Launch the program you will see the right UI. Normally, the program will search the device automatically; the files (songs/movies/pictures) will be shown in the list.

Step2. Choose the list and files you want to transfer, Click the Start Transfer button.

Step3. After you clicking the Start Transfer button, the following window will pop up; you can choose transferring to computer or iTunes directly. You can set the output fold at settings option before transferring.

Thats all, enjoy your music….


12 January 2009

Strange Panasonic Gel Remote by Panasonic

This may be the stangest remote control we've ever seen before. With the push of a button will make this remote control becomes rigid and ready for use. When it's not in use, this concept remote control just short of lays there lim, pulsating with light. But when you touch it, the remote gets excited and become rigid. Constructed of a soft, flesh-like gel, the remote appears cold when off. Once turned on, however, it seems to come to life. A soft light emanates somewhere from within as the center of the device begins to slowly rise and fall, mimicking the tranquil motions of breath. Left undisturbed, the remote will slumber peacefully. Buth should a human hand approach, sensors inside alert it to the imminent touch. It stops breathing, grows rigid – the light from within is extinguished. Thanks