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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Force Windows to Boot Into Safe Mode Without F8!

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In some cases you want to reboot your computer reboot into safe mode,by pressing the F8 key.You notice that in some cases the F8 key doesn’t works and the Windows will be normally boot up or the boot device selection menu will be pop up.Here a tip to force Windows to boot into safe mode without using the F8 key.


Steps to Force Windows to Boot into Safe Mode

Open the start menu search box or run box in Vista’s start menu, and type in msconfig and hit the Enter key to open System Configuration panel.

From the System Configuration panel select the Boot tab, and then check the box for “Safe boot” option and make sure the radio button below that option is set to “Minimal”.

After this hit the OK button ,you will be asked if you want to restart now or later. Either way, the next boot will be in the safe mode.

Turn Safe Mode Back Off

Open the start menu search box or run box in Vista’s start menu, and type in msconfig and hit the Enter key to open System Configuration panel.
From the System Configuration panel select the Boot tab, and then un check the box for “Safe boot” option. After this hit the OK button ,you will be asked if you want to restart now or later.



Have You heard About the Payatas?

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The children living in the huge waste dump called Payatas in Philippines are some of the worst sufferers of the growth of mankind.

The landfill in Payatas, The Philippines, is notoriously known the world over as Smokey Mountain. For over 35 years, the smoking dump site has grown to become a stark and heart-tugging reminder of the desperate onditions of humanity.

On a daily basis, children pick through newly arrived garbage to collect material to sell. The earnings made by one child are not enough to even buy food for the day. Hence, entire families are forced to climb the mountain each day, hoping to earn enough to feed everyone. Children as young as four years old are forced to work in this daily struggle for survival.

In response to the plight of these children, Totedaddy.com is working with Lighthouse Center For Children Foundation to bring a little cheer to the children this Christmas.

Totedaddy.com has kicked off with a cash sponsorship of USD 10,000 to enable the children to celebrate Christmas. FusionExcel International has also pitched in a USD 5,000 in cash sponsorship. The money raised will help fund the projects already in place, and help fund additional projects aimed at providing better housing, and a means of livelihood for the Payatas community.

It is hoped that by creating better awareness to the plight of these children, more support can be garnered towards their betterment. Together we can bury poverty!

You can also join in this charity work and help make this christmas a better one for the Children of Payatas. The children live in such deplorable conditions that the infant mortality rate is as high as 30% . Many of them are unable to go to school or even get a decent life. This appeal goes to all those around the globe who can lend a helping hand. Join in with hoards of other prominent personalities who have put in a gesture of kindness. Help to make this Christmas For Payatas a memorable one.




Friday, November 21, 2008

Magic Camera v3.3.0 Full

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Most powerful virtual webcam for video chat.
Want to present your best look when chatting via Instant Messenger? Want to save the video when you are chatting with your family from far away? Magic Camera will empower you with all these dreaming magic via simply adding a virtual camera on your computer.

Magic Camera adds a powerful virtual camera to your system for video chat. You can use it as a real webcam and set pre-recorded video, photo albums, animations and desktop screens as its output. It support most webcam chat software or online chat websites including MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, PalTalk, Skype, AIM, ICQ, Camfrog, ANYwebcam and many others.

You can use this virtual camera without a physical webcam installed. Simply play a pre-recorded video will give a virtual image of yourself on IM or video chat software to make fun with your friends.

Magic Camera also enables you to share desktop screen with your friends by doing a live screen capture/sending. With this option you can share your documents with your colleagues, show visual demonstration on IM or video chat software, keep your privacy by pretending to be some one else or even do a real-time video forwarding via this virtual camera.

To use it with a webcam already, simply switch this virtual camera to the physical one. By adding lots of funny photo frames and do image overlays to your webcam, Magic Camera makes your video chatting more interesting!

Download the full version magic camera today here from Livewares and start video chatting anonymously.





Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cool Glasses for the Holidays

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Are you tired with using the same out of fashion glasses? Get a change in your personality with some stylish new frames from Zenni Opticals. Whether you are looking for a new fashion statement or a new cool look, you are sure to get what you want from the huge range of frames available at their store. Starting from the low price models of $8 glasses, there are plenty of glasses for you to choose from, which includes all models including half rim frames, sunshade models, rimless frames and more.

Check out this ultra cool flashy frame no #:2238. Wouldn’t it just change the look of your face? Check out more cool frames at their Holiday frames section. You can also choose a variety of frame colors for the same model including Black/Red, Burgundy/Black, Black/Orange or Black/Green. You can get them shipped right away at a flat rate of $4.95 per order. All the glasses include an anti scratch coating, lens edge polishing and beveling and a full guarantee. You can also get an additional sunglass color tint coating for another 5 bucks. Get over to zenniopticals.com and check out their variety of frames and offers for the holiday season. You are sure to pick out a perfect frame for that face.




Monday, November 17, 2008

Changing Thumbnail Size in Windows XP

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If you want to change the size and quality of those old boring thumbnails in your windows XP OS, do the following steps:


  • Click Start>Run>Type in Regedit and click OK.

  • Navigate to the following key:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer

  • There, To Change the thumbnail size check whether a key named ThumbnailSize is present. If it is, increase its value to anything between 32 and 256.

  • If the key is not present, right click on that right pane, Choose New>DWORD Value and give the key name as ThumbnailSize . Give it's Decimal value as anything between 32 and 256. Larger the value, larger the thumbnail size.

  • To change the thumbnail quality, do the same above two steps with the key name as ThumbnailQuality and change its decimal value as anything between 50 and 100.


Done! Restart your system to view the effects.


Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Disable/Enable Writing to USB Drives in Windows Vista or XP

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A common security problem at organizations and even for individuals, is that unauthorised users try to plug in USB flash drives to the computer and easily copy corporate data.

Now here a trick to protect your valuable data from external intruders from your computer.For this problem, we tweak the windows registry to enable/disable writing to USB devices.What you have to do is simple:

To disable writing to USB devices in Windows Vista/XP:

Open the notepad editor from vista start menu and copy the following code to it:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDevicePolicies]
“WriteProtect”=dword:00000000


Save the file as "DisableUSBWrite.reg" (type with quotes in the notepad "Save As" dialog box) in your hard disk and merge it to the windows registry by double clicking on it.

To enable writing to USB devices in Windows Vista/XP:

Open the notepad editor from vista start menu and copy the following code to it:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDevicePolicies]
“WriteProtect”=dword:00000001


Save the file as EnableUSBWrite.reg in your hard disk and merge it to the windows registry by double clicking on it.


After the registry tweaking, restart your computer to effect the changes.

Make sure your other users are not administrators or they could easily change these settings back.


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