Vista OS X uninstalled

Friday, November 28, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

And here's why...
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Malicious Setting Up of Filters in Gmail?

Sunday, November 23, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

I was reading my Reader feeds , and I found this important post about Gmail ,and I thought it would be good if you get informed as well.

Brandon at GeekCondition reports of a Gmail security vulnerability which lets an attacker set up automated filters in your Gmail account, provided the attacker manages to lure you onto a page of theirs first. Brandon does not post the full exploit (obtaining a certain variable for this exploit “is tricky but possible”, Brandon says, adding that he’s “not going to tell you how to do it, if you search hard enough online you’ll find out how”), and I’m not sure if this works on just any browser. As automated filters can trigger mail addressed to you to be forwarded to someone else (and trashed in your account), some already had their domain name kidnapped due to this issue. To Gmail users, Brandon suggests “Check your filters and make sure that nothing seems out of the ordinary.”

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I’m using Vista OS X again

Saturday, November 22, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

Hi !

So,after formatting my computer because Vista OS X package corrupted my system files,I reinstall it yesterday because of it’s new version.

Here’s the link and the video I've done today.

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Hope to see you soon


What e-mail provider should I use ?

Thursday, November 20, 2008 4 Comments A+ a-

Hello , So these days I'm so confused on which e-mail provider should I use ?

Can you help me by voting please ? you can say why should i use that in a comment.



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My series of introduction : N°2 “Apple”

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 6 Comments A+ a-

So, here’s probably your favorite company : APPLE.


Apple is really a great company. It was found in California,USA on April 1st 1976 as Apple Compute, Inc.

It’s products are : Mac,iPod,iPhone,Apple TV,Mac OS X,Mac OS X Server,iLife,iWork,Cinema Display,AirPort .

formerly Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation with a focus on designing and manufacturing consumer electronics and software products. The company's best-known hardware products include the Macintosh line of personal computers, the iPod line of portable media players, and the iPhone. Apple's software products include the Mac OS X operating system, iTunes media browser, the iLife suite of multimedia and creativity software, and Final Cut Studio, a suite of professional audio- and film-industry software products. The company operates more than 200 retail stores in eight countries and an online store where hardware and software products are sold.

From: 1976-1980,The company produced 2 computers called : Apple 1 and Apple2 .

From: 1981-1985,In 1984 Apple lunched the Macintosh. Its debut was announced by the now famous US$1.5 million television commercial.

From: 1986-1993,Having learned several painful lessons after introducing the bulky Macintosh Portable in 1989, Apple introduced the PowerBook in 1991, which established the modern form and ergonomic layout of the laptop computer.The same year, Apple introduced System 7, a major upgrade to the operating system which added color to the interface and introduced new networking capabilities. It remained the architectural basis for Mac OS until 2001.

My series of introduction: N°1 “Microsoft”

Monday, November 10, 2008 1 Comments A+ a-


Microsoft has a great history , let’s get to see how much she changed.

Microsoft was founded on April 4,1975 By Bill Gates and Paul Allen,it has a lot of products: Windows such as Windows xp,Windows Live Services such as Hotmail and messenger, MSN which is known every where,Microsoft Office, The XBOX 360,Windows Mobile,Zune,Microsoft Servers,Developer Tools,Microsoft Expression,Business Solutions.

In the present,Microsoft is developing it’s new OS “Windows 7”,trying to compete with Apple’s new “ Mac OS X Leopard ” and it’s in the way OS “Snow Leopard”.

The company is also developing it’s XBOX , Windows Mobile  and it’s Windows Live services as well .

Microsoft tried to buy Yahoo!Inc. so many times but Yahoo! Declined.

In the future, if Microsoft will really work hard (like:Apple,no offence but I steel like Apple even that I’m using Microsoft products.), I think it’ll be more popular than any other products.

Now , My opinion : What can Microsoft do more to compete with the others such as Apple,Yahoo!,AOL…?

- It can develop it’s search engine known as “Live Search”,to be honest ; I like it’s images search, and the way they show up , but ; to search content or website,Google is steel the leader.

- It’s OS “Windows Vista” is quite good,not too good but not too bad,I hope “Windows 7” will be better and will fix Vista’s problems,from what I’ve heard,it looks that it’s going to be a good one.

I think this is how I can describe Microsoft in a simple,small way so every one can understand and read without getting bored.

Hope you liked it and see you in the next introduction.


My series of introduction

Saturday, November 08, 2008 4 Comments A+ a-

Hi guys !

A lot of this blog readers requested me to write my own reviews instead of COPY/PASTE <<< I hate copy/paste too but it’s way easy since I’ve got school and I give the charges to the owner of the article at the end of each one.

Now,this series are completely written by me ; so if you copy/paste don’t forget to link back here .

These series are 4 because they’re about 4 popular companies : Microsoft ,Apple,Google and Yahoo!.

In these series I’ll Talk about their history(the companies),their present and their future from my perspective.

So,stay tuned ,they’ll be out soon.

Thanks for you all for supporting me and I promise I won’t disappoint you:).

See you soon;).


Dell Inspiron Mini 12 Arrives: Sleek but Slow

Saturday, November 08, 2008 3 Comments A+ a-

This morning the stork dropped off one of the most highly-anticipated netbooks of the year. Everyone wanted to see and touch the Inspiron Mini 12 because it’s the first netbook with a 12-inch display. How good was the keyboard? How bright was the display? How fast did it boot?

We have been playing around with the Mini 12 since it arrived and have lots to say about the new slim notebook. We will be posting our full review of the system in the next day or two, but to tide you over here are our initial thoughts and a first video hands-on.

'Mobile Phones Will Shoot Full HD Video in 2012,' Ericsson Says

Saturday, November 08, 2008 3 Comments A+ a-

Ericsson AB of Sweden revealed its efforts in the mobile broadband market at a press conference Nov 6, 2008.

In the area of mobile communications, innovative technologies such as "HSPA evolution," which is the successor to HSPA, and "LTE (long term evolution)," which features high-speed communications of more than 100Mbps, are drawing interest. For both of these technologies, Ericsson intends to proactively develop and market embedded modules, base station facilities and other products.

Steve Ballmer Confirms Existence of Windows Mobile 6.5

Saturday, November 08, 2008 2 Comments A+ a-

The possibility of there being a Windows Mobile 6.5 fell in the "rumor" column after Motorola CEO casually mentioned it in a conference call. Now have official word from Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer that this rumor is reality. This news came as a surprise to the community - as we had our eyes on Windows Mobile 7 and hadn't had any indication that there would be a release inbetween.
If you want to hear his comments, click on to the Telstra Live Webcast, then pick the Q&A Session 2 in the drop down below the video, and go to around 12 minutes, where he answers a question about the next 12, 18, 24 months of Windows Mobile:
With releases we'll make this year - releases we'll make with 6.5 next year, Windows Mobile 7, I think we have a pretty interesting roadmap.
So there you have it - Windows Mobile 6.5 is real, and will be shipping on devices next year! Let the speculation begin =D. Thanks to msmobiles for the keen eye.

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My protecting programs

Thursday, November 06, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

Hello !

In this video,I show you what are the programs that I use to keep my computer safe from :Viruses,malwares…etc


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Apple Activates Podcast Downloads in 2.2 Firmware

Thursday, November 06, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

German blog publishes new screenshots from the iPhone 2.2 firmware that reveal that Apple has activated iTunes and App Store features that will make their debut in the next iPhone update. Prior to this past week, these new features had not been fully enabled.

The new iTunes Store screenshots confirm that Apple will be delivering over-the-air downloads for both video and audio podcasts. According to Schimanke, podcast downloads will be limited to episodes less than 10MB in size when using the cellular network.

OMG! iPhone keyboard! OMG!

Thursday, November 06, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

This hack adds a third-party mini-keyboard to the iPhone, effectively turning Cupertino’s darling into a Compaq iPaq circa 2001. Does the iPhone really need a keyboard, people?

After using the iPhone for a little over a year, I find that the onscreen keyboard is intuitive and useful. The same can’t be said for many keyboards I’ve tried although I’ll admit a nice little Blackberry Curve keyboard would be a nice addition if it could be unobtrusive. Oh well. Pipe dreams.

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Google calls it quits on the Yahoo ad deal; Will Microsoft enter the picture?

Wednesday, November 05, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

Updated: In a move that’s not terribly surprising, Google said Wednesday that it is scrapping its search advertising deal with Yahoo. Google’s decision puts Yahoo’s search business back in play and may bring Microsoft back into the picture.

In a blog post, Google announced it was ending its plans for a Yahoo partnership. In separate statements, Yahoo and the Department of Justice responded. The DOJ noted that it would file an antitrust lawsuit if Google and Yahoo went forward with a deal. Yahoo had planned to use Google’s ads if the monetization rates were better than its own. According to David Drummond, Google’s Chief Legal Officer the headaches just didn’t make sense.

Yahoo’s Stock Spurts on False Rumors

Wednesday, November 05, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-


Yahoo’s stock jumped as much as 10 percent on Wednesday morning as rumors flew that it was on the verge of reaching a deal with Microsoft. The rumors, which people close to both companies unequivocally say are not true, seemed to gain legs when a broker sent around this e-mail to dozens of hedge funds:
“Employees at YHOO are said to have just received an internal memo, time-stamped at 8:00 PST, to expect a “major & historical announcement” today some time after 2pm PST. Sources are saying that “Yang has agreed to leave his post effective today and that YHOO is again in late-stage talks to sell the whole company to MSFT”. Deal is imminent and could be done by tonight. Price being mentioned is $17-$19.”

New Samsung Phone: a Real iPhone Killer?

Wednesday, November 05, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-


To hear Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talk about Samsung Electronics’ new upgraded smart phone, T*Omnia, Korean consumers will soon get the mother of all smart phones on the planet. “The T*Omnia is at the forefront of this new generation of mobile devices,” declared Ballmer at a Seoul ceremony unveiling the phone on Nov. 3. “I like the T*Omnia phone because it brings together communications, productivity, multimedia, and entertainment in a way that meets the needs of both consumers and mobile professionals.”

Apple's new iTunes surprise: No more jailbreaking

Tuesday, November 04, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

You just bought a new MacBook Pro. You can't wait to pull it out of the box and sync it with your shiny new iPhone. Perhaps you travel abroad a lot, and you can't afford to pay AT&T's insane international roaming rates (Who can?). Or perhaps you have an application that Apple won't provide you through its App Store but that can be installed on a jailbroken phone.

Windows 7 on a MacBook Pro

Tuesday, November 04, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-


Here we are sitting in the PC Magazine Labs, and it occurs to us: We've got a shiny new Macbook Pro and an early build of Windows 7 on disc, so why not attempt to use one to run the other?

Check out photos, video, and a run down of the process, after the jump.

Microsoft confirms MinWin is in Windows 7, after all

Monday, November 03, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

MinWin — the core of the Windows operating system — is, indeed, in Windows 7. It’s just not part of it in the way many people (including yours truly) initially assumed.

Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich, who detailed via a Channel 9 Webcast last week how Windows 7 would  run on up to 256 processors, tackled yet again the MinWin bugaboo during that same episode.

Windows 7 pre-beta hits BitTorrent

Sunday, November 02, 2008 1 Comments A+ a-

The pre-beta version of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system released to developers at the Professional Developers Conference has already made it onto prominent BitTorrent sites, where thousands of enthusiasts around the world are currently downloading it.

Well-known BitTorrent sites such as The Pirate Bay and Mininova were at the time of publication Friday hosting multiple downloads of the newly aired operating system--both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

On The Pirate Bay, one copy of the 32-bit build had more than one thousand people uploading it, and almost 7,000 people on the way to downloading it. The 64-bit version was less popular, with the earliest copy available on the site having only around 100 people hosting a copy and around a thousand still downloading it.

Eee PC 1000H Runs Windows 7 Well

Sunday, November 02, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

October 30th, 2008 by Joanna Stern

Here is a confession: I am getting pretty tired of netbooks running Windows XP. So when we got our Windows 7 Beta disc at PDC earlier this week, I couldn’t wait to get it running on a netbook.

This morning we loaded Windows 7 Ultimate (Pre-Beta) on an ASUS Eee PC 1000H. And just as Microsoft said: it works.  The Eee PC running a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom processor and 1GB of RAM handles the new operating system pretty well, just as it ran Vista pretty well when  we loaded Vista Basic on it a few months ago. We still had a problem getting a few of the Eee PC drivers to work with the system, but for the most part we were able to get all of the features to work using the XP drivers provided by ASUS.

Almost new in Labs: SMS Text Messaging for chat

Sunday, November 02, 2008 0 Comments A+ a-

Oh snap. Last night, we started rolling out a new feature to Gmail Labs that lets you send SMS text messages right from Gmail. It combines the best parts of IM and texting: you chat from your computer and reach your friends no matter where they are. Your friends who are away from their computers get your messages as texts and can peck out replies on their little keyboards. It was pretty cool for a few minutes last night when we were sitting around texting each other.

Then we found a glitch. When you'd try to turn it on, it wouldn't fully enable. We thought about keeping it out there -- bugs and all -- but the experience wasn't that great. So, in the spirit of Labs, we've pulled SMS chat back to fix it, and we'll get it back out to you as soon as it's ready -- probably within 2 weeks, so stay tuned.

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