Showing posts with label tutorials. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tutorials. Show all posts

Monday, April 23, 2012

zipper featured in Google Doodle

Hey guys, have u found the zipper background of google today. Google updated its background as usual. Its really something new and interesting in the memory of  Gideon Sundback, the Swedish-American electrical engineer, who had done a great job in the development of zipper.


Saturday, December 17, 2011

Google's "let it snow" Easter egg

If you Search for " let it snow " without quotes ,then search result appears with some snow effects. Google uses a JavaScript animation that adds some snowflakes and covers the entire page with snow.

Google's 'let it snow' Easter egg
Google's "let it snow" Easter egg


Fortunately, Google added a "defrost" button that makes the search results reappear. You can also click anywhere on the page and move your mouse to "defrost" the page or draw something. Click the "+" button and you can share the Easter egg with other Google+ users.


Google's 'let it snow' Easter egg

Google's 'let it snow' Easter egg

Google's 'let it snow' Easter egg


Wednesday, June 29, 2011

How to Center the TaskBar Icons in windows 7

How to Center the TaskBar Icons in windows 7


Watch Video Tutorial





Thursday, April 14, 2011

How To Create Bootable Windows 7 USB To Install Windows 7 From USB Flash Drive (Using Windows 7 DVD/USB Tool)

Microsoft released a free tool called Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool to help you Install windows 7 on all netbooks in simple steps.

Here are the five simple steps that you need to follow to create a bootable USB flash drive to install Windows 7 from USB device:

How To Install Windows 7 On Virtual PC 2007

If you have Desktop or Laptop having Vista preinstalled and you are planning to try out Windows 7 operating system then VPC (Virtual PC) is the best way to install. It’s completely safe and easy to install an operating system in VPC without creating a new partition to install new one.


Though you can dual boot Windows 7 with Vista (Vista installed first), it’s a good idea to use Virtual PC to install Windows 7 inside the already installed Vista. For those who don’t know, Microsoft Virtual PC let’s you run multiple operating systems at the same time on the same physical system. You can switch between two operating systems within seconds.

Windows 7 Installation


Below i post fully detailed  steps to install windows 7 with snapshots which i found at intowindows.com few days ago.

Installing Windows 7 Without Using DVD/USB Drive [Method 2]

This guide shows  How to install Windows 7 /Vista Without using DVD/USB Drive.

So you can continue this guide in keeping these three points:

* By using this guide you will be able to Install Windows 7/Vista, if you don’t have a DVD drive as well.

* You can also use this guide if you don’t have a 4GB USB stick. If you have a 4 GB+ USB drive then try out my “Install Windows 7 using USB drive” for a quick installation.

* We are not using either CD/DVD drive in this guide so you can even use this method to install this method for Netbooks.