16 February 2011

OEM Info Tool 1.2

OEM Info Tool is a little tool that allows you to add or modify the OEM information you see when you open the System Properties window. It works on Microsoft Windows Vista and 7.
Backup and Restore
If you have already set OEM information yourself or your OEM has set the information, then OEM Info Tool will show this information on the startup. In this case, it as highly advised that you backup your original information before making any changes. To make a backup of your current settings, select File → Backup. If later you want to restore the settings from the backup, you can choose File → Restore.
Adding and Modifying If you have not set any OEM information previously, then OEM Info Tool will show up with all fields blank. You can add any information you want. You must fill all the fields and choose a logo file before you can save the changes. To choose a logo file, click on the button labeled Browse Logo. Alternatively, you can select from menu File → Browse Logo. Then select a Windows BMP file. The logo file should be 120x120 pixels in size and should be of type BMP only.

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06 February 2011

K-Lite Mega Codec Pack For Playing All Types Of Media

The K-Lite Codec Pack has a couple of major advantages compared to other codec packs:
- It it always up-to-date with the latest versions of the codecs.
- It is very user-friendly and the installation is fully customizable, meaning that you can install only those components that you really want.
- It has been very well tested, so that the package doesn't contain any conflicting codecs.
- It is a very complete package, containing everything you need to play your movies.
- It can play high quality HD and Blu-Ray DVDs
- It supports almost all types of media
- It's Free
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Hjsplit for cutting large files in small parts

HJSplit is a popular freeware program to split and recombine files. The program is available on Windows, Linux and a variety of other platforms.This program
Why should one want to split and recombine files? For instance, think of a file of 50 Mb, and try to send it to a friend, post it in a newsgroup or upload it to a Website or FTP server. It is usually easier to send/receive, upload/download smaller parts than handle the entire file in one go.
HJSplit can also be useful for backups. A file of e.g. 10 gigabytes in size can be split into smaller parts which then can be burned to CD's, DVDs, copied to USB sticks or uploaded to an online backup service.
HJSplit for Windows and Linux support file sizes of over 100 Gigabytes, MD5 checksums, file-compare, "run without install" and both editions are fully portable.
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05 February 2011

Boot and run Linux from pen drive


Carry your Portable Linux with you in your pen drive
You Easily install your favorite Linux operating system on a flash drive or USB key no larger than your thumb (Thumb Drive). Your Portable Linux operating system can then be taken with you, and run from any computer that can boot from the USB flash device. Bring your entire operating system, desktop, applications, files, email, personal settings, favorites, games and more with you. It’s your own personal operating system you can carry in your pocket. 
 The Universal USB Installer can be used for making the pen drive bootable. Follow the following steps for making the pen drive bootable.

3) Boot from the pen drive.
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Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat

The Ubuntu's latest release Mavetrick Meerkat, perhaps not as significant or as controversial as the previous Ubuntu 10.04 release, which was a long-term release that redefined the UI, however comes with a number of new features that make it one of the simplest Linux distributions for the Linux newcomer.
Ubuntu is most popularly available as a live installable CD in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. If you want a more configurable installer, you can download the alternate CD that includes more applications and a text-based installer. There is also the DVD version that bundles a larger number of applications with it. For Windows users there is "Wubi" a Windows application that can install Ubuntu on the free space in a Windows partition while Windows it running. We used a 64-bit standard desktop live CD.
When you boot from the live CD, it gives you the option to either test Ubuntu, or simply begin the install process. Even if you fully intend to install Ubuntu, we recommend that you choose to try it instead. You can then launch the installer from the live Ubuntu instance. The advantage in doing so is that you will have a functional Linux desktop up and running while the installation is going on. You can check your mail, listen to music, watch YouTube videos, or play games while the installation goes on in the background.

Ubuntu Installation

Ubuntu 10.10 brings with it possible the simplest installer of any Linux version. The fact that many Ubuntu reviewers make the same proclamation with each version that comes out, should show you how important simplicity and ease of use are to Ubuntu developers.
As usual the Ubuntu installer asks you the bare minimum it needs to in order to set up the OS. This means that there is little in the way of configuring which applications to install, and no configuration of networks etc. Right in the first step, you have the option to download and install updates while installing, and you can also choose to install Ubuntu with some proprietary components such as MP3 codecs, Flash etc.


The Ubuntu has the easiest  Graphical User Interface (GUI) from all the other Linuxes. It's free,easy, and user friendly. So all the people,who think that the Linux is hard can try out the Linux.So you must try the Ubuntu.
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