Apple’s CEO Tim Cook’s first year in office

It has been one year (on August 24) Tim Cook was appointed the CEO of Apple to replace Steve Jobs. On August 24, 2011 Steve Jobs named Cook the new CEO as he resigned. The first year has been very successful for Tim Cook. Immediately after taking office, Apple’s revenue had continued to go in…

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Windows Developer Preview, pre-beta version of Win 8 available to download

The pre-beta version of Windows 8 for developers, Windows Developer Preview is available to download now. The downloads include prerelease software in three flavors: Windows Developer Preview with developer tools English, 64-bit (x64) – 4.8 GB iso file Windows Developer Preview English, 64-bit (x64) – 3.6 GB iso file Windows Developer Preview English, 32-bit (x86)-…

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Winodws 8 unveiled

Microsoft has officially unveiled its newest operating system, Windows 8. The software is designed to use single operating system in a variety of systems ranging from tablets to desktops running Intel and ARM processors. Microsoft’s new "Metro" user interface focuses on touch input and is designed to run applications in full-screen mode, much like the…

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Q&A -No filenames in Thumbnail view – Windows explorer

This is Question and Answer section in which we answer the questions received through the Tapaiko Prashna Hamro Uttar page. Question  – In windows Explorer, when I switch to "thumbnail view" it only shows the thumbnails and no names. It is very difficult to rename the file names Answer – I tried duplicating your problem…

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‘SelfControl’ your internet addiction

A free and Open Source software for Apple OS, "Selfcontrol," is very useful when you want to curb your Internet addiction. Every distractions like email, Facebook, or any websites can be "switched-off" virtually for an specified duration by this software. For example, if you activate blockage of email, Facebook, Twitter, and your favorite music sites…

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Screen Capture (Print Screen) in Mac Computer – Mac OS and Windows OS

For those who have switched from PC to Mac, one of the most obvious difference is the keyboard and its keys. There are some extra ones and some important ones missing. I was used to taking screenshots by ‘Print Screen’ key in PC but the key is missing in the Macbook I recently acquired. It…

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Windows Shortcut keys

Here are some of day-to-day use shortcuts for MS Windows: If you don’t have Windows key in your keyboard visiting this previous post for other windows shortcut keys might be more useful. Windows Key – START Menu Windows Key+ Pause Break – System Properties Windows Key+R – RUN Window Windows Key+L – Locks Computer Windows…

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