Friday, January 29, 2010



You are the controller said Microsoft Xbox and The project Natal Xbox had new technology that is "You are the controller". What controller?? New Xbox 360 Project Natal is actually smart gaming console which allow the users to get full control of the console with the body movement.No controller reqiured see a ball?? just kick it,hit it,trap it or catch it. if you know how to move your hands, shake your hands your hips or speak you and your friend and jump into the fun of life experience.

There a lot of video on about this smart gaming console so check the

Wednesday, January 27, 2010


Optimal Audio Type Converter

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Friday, January 22, 2010

Optimize Your Pc

Step by Step to Optimize Your PC for faster start-up times

1. Tweak the PC Setup program:

Your PC's hardware can keep you waiting for quite a while before Windows has a chance to start. You can reduce the delay by changing a few settings in your PC Setup program.

Enter the Program: The right way to do this varies, but usually you hold down or some other key while your system starts up. Watch for an on-screen message, or check your PC or motherboard manual.

The settings you're looking for are often located within subcategories, and the terms for each setting vary. Read the screens carefully for options and navigation commands.

Quick Power On Self-Test: Set this to Fast orEnabled to skip some time-consuming memory and hardware start-up tests. The downside is that you might miss a developing problem with RAM or the motherboard.

Floppy Seek: If your PC's floppy has been working fine, there's no reason to test it every time you boot. Set this to Disabled.But nowadays people does not use it anymore.Throw it away..low tech!!

IDE Drives: Look for a list of your Primary and Secondary IDE channels. When these options are set to Auto, your PC pauses to identify each IDE device as it boots. Set this to None on IDE channels you aren't using.

2. Check for viruses, spyware, and adware:

Hidden malicious or annoying programs often load at system start-up, slowing down the process. Get rid of them by scanning for viruses and pests regularly.

Don't have antivirus and spyware utilities? You're living dangerously! At Trend Micro, you can find a free online virus check. Ad-aware can help you remove spyware and adware from your system, or you can try atPestScan's free online detector.

For more tools to defeat the nasties, see "Pest Zappers."

3. Eliminate unneeded start-up programs:

In Windows 98, Me, and XP, you can see what programs load at start-up by going to Start, Run, typingmsconfig, and clicking OK. (Msconfig isn't in Windows 2000, but programs like Startup Control Panel can fill in for it.)

Click the Startup tab to see a list of programs that launch at start-up. You'll need to experiment to see what you can do without. Just uncheck the boxes on the left-hand side of the Msconfig window to keep them from loading. The name and location of each file can help you figure out what it does.

In Windows XP, Msconfig has a Services tab that shows other application and OS components. Some can be unchecked so they won't load at start-up; others are essential to Windows. For more on services in XP and 2000, see "Supercharge Windows by Paring Unneeded Services."

4. Tune up the Registry:

Programs likeRegCleancan sweep out defunct hardware and software settings that can clog up your Registry. RegClean works for older versions of Windows. For XP, commercial programs, such as Symantec's Norton SystemWorks (pictured below) and V Communications' SystemSuite, and shareware like Registry First Aid can do the job.

For more on the Registry, see my May 2002 column, "Care and Feeding of the Windows Registry."

5. Defragment your hard drive:

Your hard drive doesn't always save a file in one place. Instead, it tucks parts of the file wherever there's free space. Use Disk Defragmenter on each of your drives to make those files contiguous, improving both start-up and overall Windows performance. Select Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Defragmenter, select a drive, and click Start.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Lets talk a bit about apple and it history and the revolutionary of this
gigantic electronics corporation of well known products such as
Apple i-pod nano and the slimmest computer ever which is Mac Air(2008)
Dont wrote to much said my teachers because reader dont want
to read they want to know.


Pre-foundation of apple

Steve Wozniak was an electronics hackers before he co-founded apple.As a kid Steve Wozniak
was so obsessed in mathematical ponderings,his mother would have to shake him to back to reality.
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak were known as outcasts while they were in high school; by 1975,each
had dropped out of college (Reed and Berkeley College).Wozniak found a job at Hewlett-Packard and helped his friend Steve Jobs design video games for Atari. Wozniak had been buying computer time on a variety of minicomputers hosted by Call Computer, a time-sharing firm run by Alex Kamradt. The computer terminals available at that time were primarily paper-based; thermal printers like the Texas Instruments Silent 700 were state of the art at the time. Wozniak had seen a 1975 issue of Popular Electronics magazine on how to build your own computer terminal. Using off-the-shelf parts, Wozniak designed the Computer Conversor, a 24-line by 40-column, uppercase-only video teletype that he could use to log on to the minicomputers at Call Computer. Alex Kamradt commissioned the design and sold a small number of them through his firm.
Aside from their interest in up-to-date technology, the impetus for "the two Steves" seems to have had another source. In his essay From Satori to Silicon Valley (published 1986), cultural historian Theodore Roszak made the point that the Apple Computer emerged from within the West Coast counterculture and the need to produce print-outs, letter labels, and databases. Roszak offers a bit of background on the development of the two Steves’ prototype models.
The very first Apple Computer logo, drawn byRonald Wayne, depicts Isaac Newton under an apple tree.

On June 12, 2005 at Stanford University's 2005 Commencement Address Jobs said, "When I was young, there was an amazing publication called The Whole Earth Catalog, which was one of the bibles of my generation. It was created by a fellow named Stewart Brand not far from here in Menlo Park, and he brought it to life with his poetic touch. This was in the late 1960s, before personal computers and desktop publishing, so it was all made with typewriters, scissors, and polaroid cameras. It was sort of like Google in paperback form, 35 years before Google came along: it was idealistic, and overflowing with neat tools and great notions."[1]
In 1975, Wozniak started attending meetings of the Homebrew Computer Club. New microcomputers such as the Altair 8800 and the IMSAI inspired him to build a microprocessor into his video teletype and have a complete computer.
The Apple logo in 1976 created by Rob Janoff with the rainbow color theme used until 1998.

At the time the only microcomputer CPUs generally available were the US$179 Intel 8080, and the US$170 Motorola 6800. Wozniak preferred the 6800, but both were out of his price range. So he watched, and learned, and designed computers on paper, waiting for the day he could afford a CPU.
When MOS Technology released its US$20 6502 chip in 1976, Wozniak wrote a version of BASIC for it, then began to design a computer for it to run on. The 6502 was designed by the same people who designed the 6800, as many in Silicon Valley left employers to form their own companies. Wozniak's earlier 6800 paper-computer needed only minor changes to run on the new chip.
Wozniak completed the machine and took it to Homebrew Computer Club meetings to show it off. At the meeting, Wozniak met his old friend Jobs, who was interested in the commercial potential of the small hobby machines(apple).

Apple Powerbook went kaboomm in London Office!!!

Laptops don't explode much. When they do, it's usually rather on the spectacular side. Rather spectacular, therefore, were the scenes in the London office of an unnamed marketing company the other day, when an Apple Powerbook went KABOOM.

First, it started smoking, and the laptop's user called the IT manager. It stopped, and he picked it up, but when he put it back down again it suddenly went BANG, caught fire and started shooting sparks everywhere. After evacuating the office, he returned to the laptop to find six-foot flames shooting out of it. He hit the fire alarm, and legged it.

After a fire marshall showed up, he used most of a fire extinguisher on the burning wreck, which calmed it down temporarily, but as soon as he stopped, it started flaming again, just as vigorously as before, with the inside red hot and glowing. They then waited for the fire department to show up.

Apple is checking the serial number to see whether it was part of the series whose batteries were recalled a few years back. If not, it could prompt another recall, but it's just as well that this was in an office. In an empty flat, or a car or plane, things could have been a lot worse.

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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Microsoft Windows And Things Behind It

Microsoft.What is Microsoft? Microsoft Corporation is a multinational computer technology corporation that develops,manufactures,licenses,and supports a wide range of software products for computing such as Microsoft Office.The Microsoft Headquarters is in Redmond,Washington USA,Its most profitable products are the Microsoft Office Suite of productivity software.

Microsoft staff photo from December 7, 1978
From left to right :
Top :Steve Wood,Bob Wallace,Jim lane.
Middle : Bob O'Rear ,Bob Greenberg,Marc McDonald,Gordon Letwin.
Bottom : Bill Gates , Andrea Lewis ,Marla Wood ,Paul Allen.

Important Date Of Microsoft

Important Dates
1975Microsoft founded
Jan. 1, 1979Microsoft moves from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Bellevue, Washington
June 25, 1981Microsoft incorporates
Aug. 12, 1981IBM introduces its personal computer with Microsoft's 16-bit operating system, MS-DOS 1.0
Feb. 26, 1986Microsoft moves to corporate campus in Redmond, Washington
March 13, 1986Microsoft stock goes public
Aug. 1, 1989Microsoft introduces earliest version of Office suite of productivity applications
May 22, 1990Microsoft launches Windows 3.0
Aug. 24, 1995Microsoft launches Windows 95
Dec. 7, 1995Bill Gates outlines Microsoft's commitment to supporting and enhancing the Internet
June 25, 1998Microsoft launches Windows 98
Jan. 13, 2000Steve Ballmer named president and chief executive officer for Microsoft
Feb. 17, 2000Microsoft launches Windows 2000
June 22, 2000Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer outline Microsoft's .NET strategy for Web services
May 31, 2001 Microsoft launches Office XP
Oct. 25, 2001Microsoft launches Windows XP
Jan. 15, 2002Bill Gates outlines Microsoft's commitment to Trustworthy Computing
Nov. 7, 2002Microsoft and partners launch Tablet PC
Jan. 16, 2003Microsoft declares annual dividend
April 24, 2003Microsoft launches Windows Server 2003
Oct. 21, 2003Microsoft launches Microsoft Office System
July 20, 2004Microsoft announces plans to return up to $75 billion to shareholders in dividends and stock buybacks
June 15, 2006Microsoft announces that Bill Gates will transition out of a day-to-day role in the company in July 2008, Ray Ozzie is named chief software architect and Craig Mundie chief research and strategy officer
July 20, 2006Microsoft announces a new $20 billion tender offer and authorizes an additional share-repurchase program of up to $20 billion over five years
Jan. 30, 2007Microsoft launches Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office System to consumers worldwide
Feb. 27, 2008Microsoft launches Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008
June 27, 2008Bill Gates transitions from his day-to-day role at Microsoft to spend more time on his work at The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Oct. 22, 2009Microsoft launches Windows 7

Microsoft Facts and Trivia!!!

  • The name Microsoft was first used in a letter from Gates to Allen on November 29,1975.
  • Microsoft, without a hyphen, became a registered trademark on November 26,1976.
  • In the early 1980s, in cooperation with a large number of companies, Microsoft created a home computer system named MSX. It became fairly popular in Japan and Europe, but the IBM PC became increasingly dominant through the late 1980s and the early 1990s, bringing an end to the MSX and many other systems like it.
  • Microsoft's Macintosh Business Unit is the largest developer of Macintosh software outside of Apple itself.
  • Microsoft Bob, a Windows 3.1 program manager replacement released by Microsoft in March 1995, is what many consider Microsoft's most unsuccessful product, becoming the source of many jokes as a result of its unpopularity.
  • The Microsoft Puzzle Hunt is an annual puzzle hunt (a live puzzle game where teams compete to solve a series of puzzles) held at the Redmond campus. It is a spinoff MIT Mystery Hunt of the.
  • Microsoft's first operating system was Xenix, released in 1980 and later sold to Santa Cruz Operation.

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Friday, January 8, 2010


When u are in the secondary or primary school there is always an annoying rules.This blog also have rules and regulations but not ANNOYING as when u are in the school.

(1) DO NOT post any comment that case sensitive to races,religion and personal.

(2) DO NOT spread any threat or simply i can say viruses because it will harm others computer.

(3) DO NOT smoking while reading this blog!!(hahahaa..amaran oleh kerajaan malaysia merokok mambahayakan kesihatan anda.)

There are many rules and regulations that every user have to think for own and others benefits.So simply follow the 3 rules i've mentioned aboved.

What is technology all about??

People nowadays keep talking and talking about technology that growing sky rocketed in our daily life.But did you know what is technology exactly are??

There are a lot of information about technology that happening around us every single second without we realize it.First of all lets discuss about what technology really are.
generally involves systems,sometimes very simplest one,and at other times very complex ones and everything else between.Systems are human-developed organization of subsystems and/or components that interact to achieve the goal or objectives.Systems use feedback to better achieve their goal in order to make an effective programs.
So there a little bit introduction to my first blog which is all about tech.