A glimpse into the future… This video showcases Microsoft’s vision for 2019, ten years into the future. There’s some pretty cool stuff in this video…
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Use Keyboard As Mouse
When mouse isn’t working properly , this trick can be very helpful. To activate mouse keys all you do is press Alt+Left shift key + NumLock and click OK or press enter .
Use the Numerical pad for controlling the mouse pointer.
5 is for click.
+ is for double click
- for right click.
On Screen Keyboard
On screen keyboard is one of the coolest windows features that displays a virtual keyboard on the computer screen that allows people with mobility impairments to type data by using a pointing device or joystick..
Transform your Windows XP in to Windows 7
If you are using Windows XP and want to experience Windows 7 without installing then here is Seven Remix XP transformation pack to transform Windows XP to Windows 7.With this simple app you can make your XP look like Windows 7 in just few clicks. It supports Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Media Center Edition and some other flavors of XP. Will work with only 32 bit edition of Windows.
Just download it and install .
Download Seven Remix XP and transform your windows xp .
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Prerequisites for installing CentOS to a flash drive:
- Windows host PC (Tested using Windows XP)
- 1GB+ USB flash drive
- CentOS 5.x LiveCD ISO
How to install CentOS to aUSB flash drive:
- Download the Fedora liveusb-creator-3.2.zip and extract to your PC
- Download the CentOS-5.x-i386-LiveCD.iso
- Navigate to the liveusb-creator-3.2 folder and click liveusb-creator.exe to launch the tool
- Under Use existing Live CD, browse to where you saved the CentOS-5.1-i386-LiveCD.iso and select it
- Set the Target Device to point to your
USB flash drive
- Click Create Live USB to begin the creation process
A simple progress bar will indicate the progress of your USB CentOS creation. Once the process has finished, simply restart your PC and set your System BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from theUSB flash drive
If all goes well, you should now be booting into your own portable CentOS.