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How to Copy Everything from One iPhone to another

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If you own an iPod or i Phone then you might be wondering how come it’s possible to copy data on to your iPod but not on to your iPhone. The answer to this is that it’s not easy and possible to transfer data onto your phone until and unless you jail break your phone. Jail breaking is the only solution which allows you to transfer your data from your desktop onto your iPhone.

For those users who have not yet jail broken their iPhone then this is the tutorial which could help you out jail breaking your iPhone in easy way.

For Users of Windows


In order to transfer data from windows to iPhone you would have to download the iPhone browser. This is software which allows you to drag and drop your data onto the hard disk of your iPhone. This browser is based on windows which allow users of windows to easily transfer data.

Once you have downloaded the iPhone Browser from http://code.google.com/p/iphonebrowser/downloads/list, you would have to run the installer. This might not work well in Windows Vista, however it works absolutely fine on windows XP. After download this, you would be required to upgrade your iTunes to 7.7.1

The last step is to open the iPhone browser, connect your iPhone to the desktop through the USB cable and then just drag and drop your data on to your iPhone.

For Users of Linux & Other Operating Systems

OpenSSh from Cydia

On any given operating system, if you have a FTP program then you can transfer data onto your iPhone via OpenSSH. In order to make this work you would have to go to Cydia on your iPhone, then navigate to the bottom of the pane and then scroll to Networking->OpenSSH. After reaching this point, you would have to tap on the screen to install it.

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Windows 8 Leak

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Recently, there seems to have been a series of leaked Windows 8 presentations. These presentations have proven to be insightful. They show Microsoft’s future plans regarding the Windows 8.

The Same Blueprint

As far as the blueprint is concerned there isn’t much difference. The company seems to be following the pattern of Windows 7. The company had not revealed any of there plans. However the leak said it all.

One can find out a lot by reading the leaked documents. The leaked Windows 8 Planning Documents are quite detailed. However one should not assume too much by reading them. This is especially in regard to the PowerPoint presentations.


Microsoft has a history regarding its products. Their products are usually very different from their initial incarnation. An example is Windows Vista.

It was a different operating system than the original Longhorn plan. The plan was revealed at the 2003 Professional Developers Conference. So one cannot be sure as to how accurate the documents are.

Some slides were presented in April. This was made at a forum with PC and hardware makers. The company noted that they had too many ideas. More ideas then they could implement.

However the leaked documents are quite clear. They provide the closest look as to what Microsoft is up to. And what there next release is.

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The New Panasonic Toughbook F8

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The Panasonic Toughbook F8 is the latest talk in town amongst the rough and tough notebooks. Unlike other notebooks, this notebook is ready to handle all the rough and tough lifestyle. This notebook is actually built to suit military needs, which obviously has a demand to be one of the roughest and one of the best. Released on September 25th, 2008 this notebook became one of the most popular rough and tough notebooks to hit the market. It also came as a great help to all those who’s workplace is not a comfortable office, but rather rugged terrains and outdoor stimuli.

The notebook weights around 3.7 pounds and has a stylish magnesium alloy chassis that can endure weight of upto 100 kilograms. Definitely built for military handling. The keyboard is flexible, and also has a spill-resistant system, which means that liquids splashed on the keyboard will be drained out the spill over drainage system placed at the bottom of the notebook. Besides that, if you ever plan to throw the notebook from a three foot height, then your sure to be surprised by its tendency to remain firm and strong.

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Restore Deleted Items From a Hard Drive

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Losing an important document that you have painstakingly worked on and stored on your computer can be a disaster situation. When you discover files somehow have been deleted from your hard drive. Whether it happened by accident, or because of a virus or mal ware infection, hopefully, your deleted items still exist on your system. A variety of recovery software are available that can scan your system to locate your deleted items for Macintosh and PC platforms. Most Windows operating systems also are equipped with built-in recovery tools.

It is best if you do not turn your system off, or restart your computer, before running this software. Otherwise your missing documents and deleted items may no longer be stored in your recent documents cache, making it that much more difficult to find your deleted items.
Follow these steps to restore deleted items from a hard drive.

Things You’ll Need:

· Undelete or recovery software

· Anti-virus program

· Mal ware detection software

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Transfer Music From Ipod to Itunes

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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. Follow the following Steps:

Connect your ipod to computer with USB cable. Computer may open itunes and ask you that you want to sync your ipod. Select NO.
Open my computer. Your ipod is detected as a one of the drive may be as a G: drive on your computer.
You need to unhide file and folder. Here are the steps:

Windows XP:
Open ipod drive
Click on tools folder options
View tabs and select show hidden files and folders.
Apply ok.
Windows Vista:
Open the ipod drive and click on organize
folder and search options
View show hidden files and folders.

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A Simple Way to Reinstate the Deleted Files in Vista

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Windows vista has been developed with the issue of being very easy and user friendly, it is really easy to bring back your deleted files no matter you deleted them intentionally or by mistake. There are three ways you can bring back your files and it depends on how systematically you have deleted those files. In the aspect of retrieving your files as soon as possible you can go to the Recycle Bin and if the bin is totally drained there is the Shadow Copy attribute in some of the versions of Vista. The files which are completely disappeared from the system there are intermediary programs who excavate into your system for the sake to recover. A file that is not present in Vista has a possibility that it is reachable in the raw data from the hard drive. You just have to carry out the exact recovery procedures to reinstate the complete access to the files.


Required Things:

· File recovery software

  • Step 1

Move your mouse cursor to the icon of Recycle Bin that is on your desktop of the computer system and open it.

  • Step 2

Mark or select those deleted files you want to reinstate with your mouse.

  • Step 3

Now after selecting or highlighting those files, click the right mouse button a pop up menu will appear select the option of Restore from there and you are done with bringing back your deleted files in your system. Read the full story

How to Upgrade Your Operating System To Windows 7

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Microsoft’s Windows 7 comes with many advanced features, and some updates to the existing problems from the earlier Windows Vista version.

This includes solutions to the occasional freezing of computer screen, program crashes and out of memory errors.

Here is how you can update your current operating system to Windows 7, in five simple steps.

1. Prepare For Installation

First of all, shift all of your important personal data present on your computer to a DVD or a USB Flash drive. This process will take almost 30 minutes depending on the amount of data. Also, create a recovery DVD for Windows Vista, which will be useful for you in case the installation fails. Run the Windows 7 upgrade advisor by downloading from Microsoft website, in order to determine the software and hardware compatibility. Next, update your current Windows Vista and uninstall program incompatible with Windows 7.

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Buy a new PC rather than upgrading to Windows 7

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The Windows XP users who are considering for upgrade to Windows 7 for them best advice is that don’t do it.

The main disadvantage about upgrading XP to Windows 7 is that upgrade requires reinstalling applications and moving personal data around and as matter of fact no one like to do that.


Because of some good technical reasons Microsoft make it in hard form but for average XP users and many businesses such difficult upgrade makes Windows 7 a hard task for ordinary users. Only the expert or adept users can upgrade their Window XP to Window 7 at their own peril. But for that handy install disks will be needed.

Now the question is that “ Windows XP can be upgraded to Windows 7 so is it right to upgrade XP”?  For that answer is very simple and short NO! Read the full story

Microsoft released Its First Free Anti-virus Software

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On Tuesday Microsoft has released its first free anti-virus software that is called Microsoft Security Essentials for computers that are running its Windows operating system.

Available for testing Since June

For testing purposes the software has been available since June, and it has now been available for use about three weeks before the company’s newest version of Windows, Windows 7, goes on sale on Oct. 22.

Software Compatibility

Security Essentials is compatible with Windows XP (Service Packs 2 or 3), Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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Someone Else is Using My Computer; Problem Solved

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Some user might have came into contact with following error and we have discussed here and suggest here some of troubleshooting tips.

Tune UR PC


My PC some time says while I shutdown “Other people are logged onto this computer. Shutting down Windows might cause them to lose data. Do you still want to continue shutting down?”


There are many reasons which can cause this specific problem and it is difficult also to diagnose it. There is lot of information a doctor solving this problem will ask you like

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