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Sometime you may found that all the item in your desktop or in the taskbar suddenly disappear without any error or message; this is properly due to the hang of explorer.exe process. You can easily get back the content by reload the explorer.exe process.

 

The following bat script can easily help you to reload the explorer.exe process in your computer. Just open the notepad in your computer and copy the script below and save it as .bat extension.

 

Just double click on this file whenever your explorer.exe process get hang.

 

 

To use it do the following:

  • go to start
  • Click Run
  • type notepad
  • then copy the following:

———copy below this line—————–

@echo off
color 0B
echo.
echo Your desktop is being restored, Please wait. . .
ping -n 5 127.0.0.1 > NUL 2>&1
echo Killing process Explorer.exe. . .
taskkill /f /im explorer.exe
cls
echo Success!
echo.
echo Your desktop is now loading. . .
ping -n 5 127.0.0.1 > NUL 2>&1
echo.
ping -n 5 127.0.0.1 > NUL 2>&1
start explorer.exe
exit

———copy above this line———————

  •  Paste into your blank notepad document. Then in the notepad window click file>save as and call it jumpstart.bat
  • Save it somewhere like My Documents or wherever you want. Then open up a window and find where you saved the jumpstart.bat file you just saved, then click and drag that file onto the start menu, then hover over “All Programs” until it pops up, then keep dragging the file into “Startup” and release it there. Now when you start your computer you’ll see your wallpaper come up, then this program will start and re-launch your Windows desktop. I’ve been using it on my computer with success. Sometimes it takes longer than others though.

 

Mobile Flash is being killed off. Adobe will no longer be developed for mobile browsers, the company said in a note that will accompany a financial briefing to analysts.

 

Instead the company will focus on development around HTML5 technologies, which enable modern browsers to do essentially the same functions as Flash did but without relying on Adobe’s proprietary technologies, and which can be implemented across platforms.

 

 

The existing plugins for the Android and BlackBerry platforms will be given bug fixes and security updates, the company said in a statement first revealed by ZDNet. But further development will end.

 

Flash being excluded by the latest Google Android OS 4.1 Jeally Bean and Microsoft also said that the default browser in its forthcoming Window 8 system, expected at the end of 2012, will not include Flash plugin by default.

 

With the decision by Adobe to drop the Flash in the mobile devices, Adobe plans to cut 750 staff, principally in North America and Europe. But the company spoke person decline to give the correct figure yet.

 

Adobe will turn their company focus to the latest open standard in the mobile era, such as HTML5 and perhaps they will creating a great HTML5 tools in the future to gain back the market share that they lost after the drop of mobile Flash.

.Net Version Detector is tiny applications that allow you to check which .Net version are installed in your machine. This tool is useful when you try to run or install those applications that need a particular version of .Net to be pre-installed in the machine.

The .Net Version Detector makes your life easy to find which version is installed or even download the version which may require by the application that you run.

 

Microsoft Operation System always comes with the difference version of default .net in the difference OS. The program will list out the version of .Net where the installed version are shown in green and others in the red. The programme also provides the links to Microsoft site to allow you to download a particular version of .Net. Besides that, it also list out where the frameworks are installed.

 

The program requires no installation and works in Windows XP, Vista and 7.

 

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Microsoft next generation operating system – Window 8 is near to the official release, today, Microsoft release their final pre-release operating system installer before it actually entering the RTM (Release to manufacturing) phase.

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The next generation Microsoft operating system – window 8 come with Internet Explorer 10, new application that connecting to Hotmail, SkyDrive, Messenger and many more features, besides that, there are hundreds of new and updated application available in the Window Store.

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Microsoft Window 8 Release preview ISO image (32 bit and 64 bit) is available free for download at Microsoft’s web site, or you may download the Window 8 Release Preview Setup to check your PC compatibility before actually upgrade it.

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The following is the basic system requirement that will work great with the Window 8:

  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
  • RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
  • Hard disk space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
  • Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
  • Additional requirements to use certain features:
  • To use touch, you need a tablet or a monitor that supports multitouch.
  • To access the Windows Store and to download and run apps, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768.
  • To snap apps, you need a screen resolution of at least 1366 x 768.
  • Internet access (ISP fees might apply)

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Microsoft on Thursday reported that its net income hit $5.11 billion on record-high revenue in the recently ended quarter.

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“We’re driving toward exciting launches across the entire company, while delivering strong financial results,” said chief executive Steve Ballmer.

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“With the upcoming release of new Windows 8 PCs and tablets, the next version of Office, and a wide array of products and services for the enterprise and consumers, we will be delivering exceptional value to all our customers in the year ahead.”

Microsoft is counting down the days until it is through with the Windows XP operating system for personal computers.

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The US software titan used a blog post to remind the world that in two years it will no longer support the generations-old operating system that people have clung to despite the releases of successors Vista and Windows 7.

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“We want to acknowledge the two-year countdown to the end of Windows XP and Office 2003 support,” said Microsoft marketing director Stella Chernyak.

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“Windows XP and Office 2003 were great software releases for their time, but the technology environment has shifted.”

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She advised computer users, particularly businesses, to begin “migrating” machines to the latest versions of the programs well before Microsoft puts XP to rest on April 8, 2014.

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Images of Microsoft’s product roadmap for partners have leaked onto the web. The documents were posted on Twitter by Maartin Visser, who discovered the them on the Microsoft Partner Network.

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The purported roadmap reveals new details regarding the next versions of upcoming products, including Office 15, Internet Explorer 10 and Windows Phone. Microsoft’s IE 10 could be out by mid-year according to the roadmap, possibly around around the same time as the Windows 8 Release Candidate. Office 15 is expected to enter its beta-testing phase midway through 2012 and become available in the early part of 2013. Window Phone will see “future investments” somewhere around the third quarter of this year.

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A second image can found after the break.

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With the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 expected to be released soon, more details about Microsoft’s upcoming operating system keep being released. We have already reported on the Metro Interface and the fact that the Start Button may not be part of the final version. Now Microsoft has unveiled its new logo for Windows 8.

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Pentagram were hired to do the new illustration and one of their designers Paula Scher’s first question was “Your name is Windows. Why are you a flag?”. Hence, gone is the multi-colored, fluttering in the air symbol which we have come to associate with the operating system and it has been replaced with a new single tone design, which is literally a representation of a window.

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A history of Windows logos. (Source: microsoft.com)

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Similarities between the new logo and the initial logo introduced by Microsoft at the launch of the Windows brand are quite evident. Perhaps Metro will mark a new chapter for Microsoft? The switch from command prompt to cursor was quite a leap and Metro might mark the transition to touch input for all devices including desktops, which is worthy of a re-branding effort if you ask us.

Office 2010 Mini Activator Apps

By on September 29, 2011

After install the Microsoft Office 2010, you may need to activate it. As I try many source of the installation but yet still fail to activate the software using the bundle crack provided until I found out this mini KMS activator v1.1.

This is a simply small apps which may help you to resolve the activation fail message.

Following the following step to activate your office 2010:
1. Run the mini KMS activator as Administrator
2. Click on install/uninstall KMService to install the service.
3. Click on activate office 2010 VL
4. Done

* If the activation is fail at step 3, just enter Y to retry. Testing with few machine and it working fine, but it may also not work at certain PC.

Hope this help.

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Enabled telnet service in Window 7

By on September 21, 2011

By default, window 7, Window Server 2008 R2, Window Vista and Window Server 2008 come with telnet service disabled. They do that is to hardern the operating system as well as to save the resources as most of the common user will never use this service at all.

 

To use this features, you must manually enabled it. Just following the following simple step to enabled it:

  • Start
  • Control Panel
  • Programs And Features
  • Turn Windows features on or off
  • Check Telnet Client
  • Hit OK

After that you can start Telnet via Command Prompt.