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Microsoft Windows 8 release will be before or just after the world’s end [2012]

11 Jan


It’s somewhat hard to believe that we’re already talking about Windows 8 given that Windows 7 just hit the shelves two months ago, but you know the engineers at Microsoft are already planning ahead. According to a roadmap constructed over at Microsoft Kitchen — based around whispers heard through the grapevine on the eventual release of the next Windows Server — the next iteration of Windows is tentatively pegged for release in the year 2012. Of course, a three-year window between Windows 7 and the next version is totally believable, but we wouldn’t go planning your end of the world party with the assumption that a new OS will be the main attraction. Or you could, but then you might be disappointed, which would be a sucky way to go out.


Windows 7 God Mode

10 Jan

Have you ever wondered if there are any secret Windows 7 features? Most games have a godmode, something that will enable all cheats and features. Windows 7 too. This is going to be a brief tutorial that will allow you to enable the secret godmode in Windows 7.
Windows 7 Godmode

Create a new folder (right-click and click on “New Folder”). Right-click on the folder and click on rename, copy and paste this:
How to enable Windows 7 Godmode
This folder will now be a shortcut to the Windows 7 godmode.The godmode allows you to quickly access many Windows 7 functions via a GUI.

Running C/C++ [old DOS programs] in Windows Vista / 7 in Fullscreen Mode

5 Jul

I’m now using Windows 7 the new Windows OS which is working fine with my PC. It was a long time i had installed Turbo C++ in my system. That was our exam times, i tried installing Turbo C++ in my system. It worked fine but only one problem is that full screen mode is disabled. My monitor is of 1440×900 resolution so that the Turbo C++ screen fit in 1/4th of the total window more than that the graphics programs are not working… because in cant initialize the graphics object. After a lot of searching i found a software it was DOSBOX. DOSBox emulates an Intel x86 PC with sound, graphics, mouse and more. DOSBox emulates a 286/386 CPU, supports realmode amd protected mode, has a full virtual file system, support for XMS and EMS, graphics support including Tandy/Hercules/CGA/EGA/VGA/VESA and sound support including SoundBlaster and Gravis Ultra Sound cards. It has excellent compatibility with many classic games.

Download DOSBOX