Posted on 22 March 2011
iPad is stunning product from Apple. It allows user to browse to the Internet, watch videos, listen music, read books, games and much more. There is wide range of applications in every field. For music lover here are 10 best Music applications for iPad. Now you can make and play your own music on your iPad.
10 Best iPad Music Applications
Here are 10 most popular music applications. Now using these applications you can create your own music tunes of your taste
The StreamToMe application provides your iPad Touch to play video, music files and photo files in wide variety of formats. You can also stream directly over WiFi from another Mac or PC. You can also connect your iPad to your TV out cable and use it as a wireless streaming media center
2. Shiny Drum
Shiny Drum is designed by Out Of The Bit and Leo Di Angilla a music application for iPad. In this you can create different drums beat.
TabTookKit, this application has won award in 2010. the features of TabTookKit having a powerful guitar and music notation viewer and you can play multi-track at a time. It is an essential tool to learn and practicing music.
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Posted on 16 October 2009
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
Posted on 11 October 2009
Windows 7 has arrived at the time when the very concept of the desktop is being challenged by everything from virtual desktops and cloud options to netbooks and iPhones.
We shall look at the eight elements of Windows 7, that need to considered by enterprises while opting for Microsoft’s latest operating system.
1. Remote Users will Love Win 7
Most of the times, employees work outside the office. For this reason, new strategies are required in order to keep them supported, secure, and productive. This is done by two key features of Windows 7, BranchCache and DirectAccess, which are excellent starting points for the next generation of improved mobile access.
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Posted on 29 March 2009
Good news for Internet Explorer users. There is a cool add-on available for free which includes a lot of features and tweaks to make your IE friendlier, more useful, secure and customizable.
Features of this add-on includes
- Tabbed Browsing Management
- Spell Check
- Inline Search
- Super Drag Drop
- Crash Recovery
- Proxy Switcher
- Mouse Gesture
- Tab History Browser
- Web Accelerator
- User Agent Switcher
- Webpage Capturer
- AD Blocker
- Flash Block
- Greasemonkey like User Scripts platform
- User Plug-ins
and many more power packed features.
You can customize not just Internet Explorer, but even your favorite website according to your need and taste using the add-on. The add-on is named as IE7Pro and is completely free.
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Posted on 24 February 2009
This elegant external hard drive, reminiscent of a book, is the perfect storage solution. It takes no more space than a paperback book. Collect two or more and they nest neatly together like volumes on a shelf. Installation is a snap because you don’t really install this drive, you just plug it in and it’s ready to use. A USB 2.0 simple connection offers convenience and compatibility among multiple computers. Dimensions – Height 6.5 x Length 5.4 x Width 2.1 Weight – 2.5 Pounds
Are you running out of hard drive capacity? Do you need to archive some important digital documents, photos, or music? The Western Digital WDH1U10000N My Book Essential Edition 2.0 1 TB external hard drive, which takes no more space than a paperback book, is the perfect solution. Collect two or more and they nest neatly together like volumes on a shelf.
My Book Essential Edition 2.0 is easy to set up and easy to use. Installation is a snap because you don’t really install this drive, you just plug it in and it’s ready to use. This external hard drive also turns itself on and off with your computer. It’s ideal for anyone who needs instant storage for their important files or a digital photo collection.
A USB 2.0 connection is available for convenience and compatibility among multiple computers. The drive is also PC and Mac compatible: You can use the My Book Essential Edition with both PCs running Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista and Macs running OSX 10.4.8 or higher.
The My Book Essential Edition is backed by a 1-year limited warranty.
What It Holds:
- Up to 285,000 digital photos
- Up to 250,000 songs (MP3)
- Up to 25,000 songs (uncompressed CD quality)
- Up to 76 hours of Digital Video (DV)
- Up to 440 hours of DVD quality video
- Up to 120 hours of HD video
One gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes. One terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.
- Easy to set up, easy to use – Installation is a snap because you don’t really install this drive, you just plug it in and it’s ready to use.
- USB 2.0 interface – A simple connection that offers convenience and compatibility among multiple computers.
- Fits right in – Takes no more space than a paperback book. Collect two or more and they nest neatly together like volumes on a shelf.
- Smart and energy efficient – Turns itself on and off with your computer.
- PC and Mac compatible – Works with both Windows® 2000/XP/Vista and Mac® OS X 10.4.8 or later
- Instant storage
- Easy to use
- USB 2.0
- Saving and organizing your digital photo collection
- Available USB port
- Windows® 2000/XP/Vista™
- Mac® OS X 10.4.8 or later
- External hard drive
- USB cable
- AC adapter
- Quick Install Guide
Which external drive interface is the right choice: USB, FireWire, eSATA, or Gigabit Ethernet? The right choice depends on compatibility with your computer and how you want to use your device. First, look at the connections on your computer.
Note: For convenience and flexibility, choose a WD hard drive with both USB and FireWire interfaces
(available in dual and triple interface configurations) or with both USB and eSATA interfaces.
Posted on 09 February 2009
If you have more than 1GB RAM then there is no reason that Windows XP should run from page file in hard disk. you can increase the speed of your computer by forcing the windows XP to run from Computer’s RAM (Memory). This one is the best tweak for windows XP I ever found, and it works very well. With this tweak w oue will force windows to load kernel and drivers in memory.
Here is what you have to do :
1) Open the regedit tool (Start -> Run -> regedit.exe )
2) Use the navigation in the left and go to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management
3) Double click the DisablePagingExecutive attribute, and put 1 in the decimal value field
This will make the drivers and the XP kernel run in memory.
4) Double click the LargeSystemCache attribute, and put 1 in the decimal value field
This will improve performance of the kernel
5) Double click the IOPageLockLimit attribute. On some later versions of windows XP that doesn’t exists, so if this is the case you’re done. Otherwise you have to put to the hex value : 4000 for pcs with 128 mb ram, 10000 for 256 mb ram and if you have more put 40000. This value specifies how many bytes can be used for I/O operations in your system.
That’s it, enjoy your faster pc
Posted on 31 January 2009
I am disgusted each day I use windows 7. It is nothing more than a vista re-loaded. It is in fact worse. I long for my dear windows xp. All I have to do is word processing and browsing internet and viewing occasional Excel sheet and PDF documents that come via email. I think I can be more productive on XP.
I think, time is not really on Microsoft’s side. They are releasing one failed product after another. They are like Motorola these days. Motorola never came up with anything better after its RAZR mobile phone design. The bets version of Windows 7 Sucks and sucks badly. have a look yourself. Is this all worth an expensive hardware upgrade?
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Posted on 22 January 2009
Yesterday at dinner table, few of my tech friends and I were discussing release of Windows 7 by Microsoft. the little chit chat soon turned into a heated debate. Operating systems choice is a very subjective matter. There is no one-size-fits all OS. Each person choose his OS according to his personal taste and requirement. Most people currently use more than one Operating systems. Windows is such necessary evil that everyone has to use it at. There is no escape from Microsoft Windows. Although the list of free operating systems is growing, we still needs windows for majority of tasks(this statement was most controversial last night).
I still use Windows XP 2002 Professional, I have installed all critical updates and service packs. It came with my laptop and I am pretty happy with the way it works. I am not upgrading soon. not in next 2 – 3 years. Economy is slow, we need to keep the costs down. It is not a good time to invest in new hardware no matter what anyone says.
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