28 March 2011

Enable Save Tabs on Exit for Firefox 4

Firefox 4 final has been released just now. When I was testing it, I found a drawback in the Firefox 4.
The drawback was, the Firefox couldn't save the tabs on exit, or ask for saving the working tabs.
So I tried to edit the settings of the Firefox and I was successful.Here, I am showing you the trick to enable the 'Save tabs and exit' option in Firefox 4.

1. Type about:config at the URL and hit enter.
2. Click the “I’ll be careful, I promise!” button.
3. At the filter bar, type browser.showQuitWarning and press enter.
4. Double click on it to change to False.

After changing it close that tab,
Now open 2-3 tabs and click on close.
Let's see what happens !


26 March 2011

Enable Right Click

Many times, surfing the internet,we get some sites in which the right click is disabled. If we want to copy some content then it becomes much annoying for us. So, we need to take a screenshot and crop the image.
After cropping, we don't get the required resolution image and we get bored. So to avoid this annoying thing , you can use a script that can enable right click. Use the following script for enabling the javascript.
Note: This script should not be used on commercial websites. Use the script for clean purposes. Don't use this script for illegal purposes.

Bookmark this link for faster access. Just drag the following link to the bookmarks toolbar.

Enable Right Click

Update : 
You can also try Shift + Right click.
This works on some of the sites :)

19 March 2011

Easy BCD 2.02

EasyBCD is NeoSmart Technologies' multiple award-winning answer to taking control of your bootloader. EasyBCD extends and revamps the Windows Vista/Windows 7 BCD bootloader, and with EasyBCD, almost anything is possible. Setting up and configuring a dual-boot between Windows 7, Windows Vista, older versions of Windows such as XP & 2003, Linux, Ubuntu, BSD, and Mac OS X is a breeze. You just point & click and EasyBCD does the rest.
EasyBCD is geared for users of all kinds. Whether you just want to add an entry to your old XP partition or want to create a duplicate for testing purposes; if you're interested in debugging the Windows Kernel or septuple-booting your seven test operating systems, EasyBCD is the key.
  • Boot into XP/Vista/7/Ubuntu/OS X and more!
  • Boot from USB, Network, ISO images, Virtual Harddisks (VHD), WinPE, and more!
  • Repair the Windows bootloader, change your boot drive, create a bootable USB, and more!
  • Rename entries, set default boot target, change BCD timeout, hide the boot menu, and more!
  • Create your own custom boot sequence, hide drives on boot, backup and restore configurations, and more!
Download Easy BCD from here :

13 March 2011

Splash OS ( A fast & easy way to use web )


Splashtop is a light Linux-based OS that aims to provide a secondary OS to people that serves as a shortcut to the cloud.
Often times one needs to boot into their OS  simply to check an email or perform some trivial task on the internet. Chances are you will start that monster that is Windows, which will take a couple of minutes to reach the point where you can actually begin surfing. This is cumbersome, inefficient and slow!
Splashtop gives Windows users an alternate OS that forgoes other tasks in favour of simply letting one reach the internet. There isn't much else this OS can do, since it is specializing on this task only, however the installation, configuration and software update experience that Splashtop brings, is worth mentioning.
Before that though, let us take a look at the OS itself. If you have used Google's Chrome OS at any point, Splashtop is just a stone-throw away. Since it is not intended to be your primary experience on your computer, but rather a quick way to get online, it is focused on fast booting, fast power off, and fast operation while you are there rather than providing significant features, or an experience rivalling that of a desktop.
Since the OS is designed for Windows users, it comes in a convenient "exe" installer package. The installer is just 2MB since it downloads the latest version of the OS and proceeds to install it on your primary drive. The OS is rather light download at just 400MB, although it expands to around 1.7GB on install for user data etc.
The installer automatically adds a entry to the Windows boot loader, allowing the user to select between booting Windows or booting Splashtop while starting. This is similar to how the Wubi installer installs Ubuntu or Linux Mint through Windows itself.

Splashtop Booting

The OS itself is based on Meego, although this is not betrayed by the interface, which is minimal. Splashtop uses Google Chrome as the browser (albeit an outdated v8) and there is no option to select another. With Google Chrome 8 comes the Google Chrome app store, web apps and extensions. Web apps are well integrated with the OS.
A simple status bar adorns the bottom of the interface, and even it can be set to autohide. There is no task manager as such, sine the only task you are likely to be running will be your browser.
Everything about the interface is screams simplicity. Any interaction that are not required from an OS just for browsing are removed! There is no minimize or close button on the browser window. There is no desktop with any icons. There is however one single maximize / restore button that can be of use if you use multiple windows. On the Chrome window open when the OS starts you cannot even use the tab tear away features that Chrome supports.
Additional Google Chrome windows that you launch do however have a close button and support tab tearing. Since you will never be able to close Google Chrome, there is no interface to launch it.

See Splashos in action in following video.

05 March 2011

Nokia's Windows Phone 7 concept

Guys, as we know that Nokia quits the series 60 development, Nokia binds up with Microsoft for integrating the Windows Phone 7 in their latest mobiles. We have it on good authority that the technicolor phones on show are conceptual devices produced by the two companies. You shouldn't, therefore, go jumping to conclusions about retail hardware just yet, but hearts should be warmed by the familiarity of Nokia's new design. The shape of these handsets is somewhere between its recent N8 and C7 Symbian devices and there is, as usual for Nokia, a choice of sprightly colors. The trio of keys adorning the new concept's bottom give away its Windows Phone 7 ties, but also remind us that the N8 and E7 are highly unlikely to receive any WP7 upgrade love. The best part about this whole discovery, however, might be that it confirms Steve Ballmer's assertion that the engineers of both companies have "spent a lot of time on this already."
So, I'm excited to buy a new Nokia mobile having Windows Phone 7 :) .
Reference : engadget.com

Formatting Nokia Series 60 mobiles

If your Nokia mobile has following symptoms then you can format it at home
1) The phone switches off after showing the Nokia logo.
2) If some malcious software attacks your mobile, destroys your mobile information, and slows down your mobile.
3) If your mobile displays the error similar to contact service center blah blah blah.........

  All of us, who have the Nokia mobiles suffer from the software problems. So, we need to take the mobile to the Nokia Care. If our mobile goes out of the warranty then we need to give much money to the Nokia Care.
So, I am going to unveil you the secret of formatting the mobile.
To know if your mobile lies in series 60,then use this link

Follow the following steps :
1) Switch off the phone.
2) Press the following key combination until the phone starts and hold it until the timezone selection menu doesn't appear
    Switch on Button + Call button + 3 + *
3) If your mobile is touchscreen then use the following keys
     Switch on Button + Call Button + Call End button (red button) + Menu Button
4)  If the timezone selection menu doesn't appear then restart the phone again and repeat the procedure.
5) Enter the details and start the phone.

Note :
 1) This procedure may remove your all data,contacts,installed apps and everything in your mobile.So, take care while doing.
 2) Fully Charge your battery.