Upgrade iPhone and iPad to iOS 5 and iCloud

By Jack | On Thu, Oct 6th, 2011 - Comments Off on Upgrade iPhone and iPad to iOS 5 and iCloud

Besides unveiling the iPhone 4s during the big press event on October 4, Apple gave us a good look at the new features of iOS 5. Upgrades in iOS 5 fix many annoyances, from the way Safari displays some pages to the lack of on-board photo enhancements in the native camera app. Here are a few of the changes in iOS 5: Notifications One of the most annoying things about iPhone and iPad is that. 

How to create a secured and locked folder in Windows XP

By Jack | On Thu, Oct 6th, 2011 - Comments Off on How to create a secured and locked folder in Windows XP

If you’ve come across this page looking for a way to create a password protected, secure, hidden or locked folder in Windows XP for free, you’ve come to the right place. Unfortunately, Windows XP does not have any user-friendly built-in tools to create secure folders on computers with multiple users. Of course, you can encrypt data on your hard disk, but this only helps if your computer. 

Steve Jobs – The facts

By Jack | On Thu, Oct 6th, 2011 - Comments Off on Steve Jobs – The facts

The facts Full name: Steven Paul Jobs Birthdate: 24 February 1955 Birth location: San Francisco, California Social background: lower middle-class. Father was fixing cars for a living. Education: high-school certificate. Dropped out of Reed College after one semester. Occupations: chairman & CEO at Apple Inc. + Director at The Walt Disney Company Net worth: $5.5 billion according. 

Smarts: Add Custom ‘Smart Playlists’ To iTunes In Mac

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on Smarts: Add Custom ‘Smart Playlists’ To iTunes In Mac

You may know that iTunes includes Smart Playlists, such as, My Top Rated, Recently Added, Recently Played, etc., to help quickly view filtered songs from iTunes Music Library. iTunes allows tweaking with existing filter criteria of Smart Playlists via native Playlist Editor but many users find it quite hard to define a new criteria for their smart playlists. For example, if you want to create. 

Aero Adjuster Brings Windows 8 Aero Color Change Feature To Windows 7

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on Aero Adjuster Brings Windows 8 Aero Color Change Feature To Windows 7

If you’ve been using Windows 8 Developer Build, you must’ve noticed that Windows 8 Aero automtically changes the Aero Glass color and effect according to your current wallpaper. Unlike Windows 7 where you have to set Aero Glass color intensity manually, Windows 8 detects color and color intensity of current wallpaper and changes both of them automatically. We have previously covered. 

SwitftRing- Control Mac App With Custom Mouse Gestures

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on SwitftRing- Control Mac App With Custom Mouse Gestures

Mac OS X Lion’s multi-touch gesture feature lets you perform numerous tasks without moving your mouse pointer across the screen. If you want to further extend the Mac gesture based controls to handle those applications which aren’t supported and perform application specific actions via custom mouse gestures, SwitftRing is a solid pick. SwiftRing is a unique mouse gesture app that doesn’t. 

VMware Player 4.0 Free Download

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on VMware Player 4.0 Free Download

VMware Player is a free and easy to use desktop virtualization software which enables a computer to emulate a standalone working environment of the operating system and work with it as with the conventional system. Using this software you run multiple operating systems at the same time on a single PC , but with somewhat slower speeds. You’re not restricted to Windows-based operating systems,. 

Official Hotmail Client Debuts On The Android Market

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on Official Hotmail Client Debuts On The Android Market

Another major player shifts its gaze to Android.  Microsoft has just released its Hotmail client to the Android Market with several handy features such as push mail, option to sync calendar/contacts and send/receive attachments with mails. The app supports syncing mails from multiple Hotmail accounts and lets you forward your mails to folders/sub-folders. In addition, users can avail. 

Ways to Get 3G/4G on a Wi-Fi Only iPad or Tablet

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on Ways to Get 3G/4G on a Wi-Fi Only iPad or Tablet

Android tablets, iPads, and other devices are more and more becoming available in different variations. Thus, often times you can choose whether to purchase a device that is simply Wi-Fi enabled, or Wi-Fi and 3G/4G enabled. For people that travel a lot, the 3G/4G option is the obvious choice, but many consumers choose the Wi-Fi only model, simply because they are almost always within range. 

Free Download LEGO Star Wars Space Runner PC Game [Windows 7 & Xp]

By Jack | On Wed, Oct 5th, 2011 - Comments Off on Free Download LEGO Star Wars Space Runner PC Game [Windows 7 & Xp]

Intel AppUp Center is an online application store that was originally designed to bring apps to netbooks and tablets running Intel’s Linux OS, Moblin v2.1, for Atom-based devices, but also works to bring apps to any PC or laptop running Windows XP or Windows 7. There are all kinds of apps on offer here: games, translation tools, productivity tools, photo apps, stock managers, weather. 

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