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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 VL x64/x86 with KMS Activator

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Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 VL x64/x86 with KMS Activator

WORKING & TESTED on Windows Se7en & Eight.

Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 Volume Channel
• Incl. Updates April 2013, KMS Activator
Released : April 10, 2013

MSDN SOURCE:

SW_DVD5_Office_Professional_Plus_2013_64Bit_English_MLF_X18-55297.ISO
SW_DVD5_Office_Professional_Plus_2013_W32_English_MLF_X18-55138.ISO

Basically, what you have here is a beautiful MSDN ProPlus VL source and it has an updates folder. You can't simply toss the exe files from MS Download Center in the folder, but you can extract those files with 7-zip and then copy the en-US and the none.MSP files to there. You also have to add any proofing Spanish and French files or Update nags you.

And that's exactly what I've done. These are all of the MSP files contained in MOST of the KB exe files available for download. There are still a few ones that don't have any MSP file inside, but
they are very small. The non-MSP kb files total about 1-2megs on Microsoft Download. Those, you can do yourself. I cannot
pre-integrate those without making a fully custom install using
a bunch of registry settings, task settings, services, etc.
Basically, just not gonna happen; would be a mistake to even try.

MSP files added to Updates Folder:
access-x-none.msp, ace-x-none.msp, convintl-en-us.msp,
csi-x-none.msp, excel-x-none.msp, excelintl-en-us.msp, groove-x-none.msp, grooveintl-en-us.msp, lync-x-none.msp, lyncintl-en-us.msp, msmipc-x-none.msp, mso-x-none.msp,
msointl-en-us.msp, msores-x-none.msp, oart-x-none.msp,
onenote-x-none.msp, osetup-x-none.msp, outlfltr-x-none.msp, outlook-x-none.msp, outlookintl-en-us.msp, powerpoint-x-none.msp, powerpointintl-en-us.msp, project-x-none.msp, proof-en-us.msp, proof-es-es.msp,visio-x-none.msp, visiointl-en-us.msp, vviewer-x-none.msp, word-x-none.msp

You can activate using MS Toolkit 2.4.3(Given inside).

- Click the office button, then activation tab, etc.

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Copy.com Apps Download (Better than Dropbox)

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A cloud for people, friends, and companies. Copy is better than Dropbox. Start with a rack of 10Gb Space and upgrade eventually for free.

Copy is the easiest way to store, protect and share amazing things. It keeps your computers in sync and your files available from anywhere, even on your mobile devices. With Copy, you can also easily share files with anyone publicly or privately. Copy for companies extends the cloud storage and sharing benefits into corporate environments with user and group management and added control of proprietary company data.

 Access your content from any device with Copy...

Any file you save with Copy on your computer, smartphone, or tablet is automatically accessible from any device you use.

Supported Platforms:

  •     Android
  •     iOS
  •     MacOS
  •     Windows
  •     Linux

Whether you're simply sending a photo or collaborating on a project, Copy lets you share the way you want.

More features of Copy:

  •     Share files and folders
  •     Share publicly or by private invite only
  •     Share view-only or let people sync and edit

Email attachments have size limitations. Copy doesn’t.

Anything you have saved with Copy can be sent without the hassle of file attachments. Send 1080p videos to your clients or whole wedding albums to your friends. Goodbye, email filesize limitations.

Process of using Copy:

  1. Simply Signup for a 10GB startup account from here.
  2. Go to your Email inbox anf verify your email.
  3. Install the apps either on Windows, Mac, Linux or any mobile platform.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

VLC Media Player 2.0.5 Download

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VLC Media Player 2.0.5

Whilst the various media player developers attempt to convince us to use their codec to encode our home video, this means that we often have to have more than one media player installed to play every video, audio and other media, on our computer. Factor in old videos that were encoded using codecs that have been long discontinued, then it becomes a real pain to just play back your collection of movies.

There must be a better way, a way of handling the various audio and video formats, without having to experiment with different media players. There is, it’s called VLC Media Player. This isn’t a recent application, although it’s been ages in development. This is a cross-platform versatile media player that does one thing well: attempts to play just about every format available.

By installing VLC Media Player across your various computers, you can be assured that a video that plays back on your Mac will also play on your PC. It also supports Internet-based media streaming, so you can use the player to listen to a streamed audio stream and much more.

What's new in v2.0? The most radical changes will be found on the Mac platform, with support for Blu-ray playback being overshadowed by a radical overhaul of the user interface. This major step forward has divided the VLC community since it first emerged, with some decrying the loss of version 1’s minimalist approach to video playback.

VLC 2.0 on the Mac platform replaces the simplistic interface of version 1.x in favour of something more akin to iTunes, while also embracing the look of OS X Lion. It opens in Playlist view, with a two-paned window containing a list of common locations for media files in the left-hand pane, and an invitation to drag and drop files into the window for playback on the right.

Media controls sit at the bottom of the window, and there’s a new audio effects option next to the full-screen button, which takes advantage of Lion’s full-screen support. Options in the left-hand window include a shortcut to the user’s iTunes library and a playlist option, as well as UPNP and various internet streams.

VLC 2.0 for Mac also includes experimental Blu-ray support, plus adds support for VLC’s lua-based extensions. These support various interactive features, such as pulling movie information and subtitles from the internet, or posting to Twitter.

Version 2.0 is very much aimed at Mac users, with Linux and Windows users seeing less radical changes, although behind-the-scenes improvements – detailed in full at the VLC changelog – make the update worth pursuing for all platforms.

VLC 2.0.5 improvements include:

Improved reliability for MKV, Koreus and SWF playback
Resolved system sleep issue on OS X 10.5
Resolved potential security issues in HTML subtitle parser and AIFF demuxer
Fixed MPEG2 audio and video encoding
Various minor fixes and improvements
Updated translations

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Firefox 20.0a1 UX Download

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Firefox 20.0a1 UX

We've just about got our heads around the Firefox development process. There's Firefox Beta and Firefox Aurora, the beta and alpha builds, and then there's Firefox Nightly, where the first stages of testing occur.

Firefox Nightly is so named because developers make changes to the code during the “day”, and then at “night” a fresh build is uploaded to the Mozilla servers for developers and hardcore enthusiasts to test. It’s important to know at this point that many of the code changes have not been tested – they’ve been incorporated into the main build, but that’s it. It's now up to the hardy souls who run Firefox Nightly to try out the changes and report back on any stability issues they encounter.

Somewhat confusingly, there's a second nightly build - Firefox UX - where mooted changes to the program's user interface are coded and then tested. It presumably makes sense - a group of developers concentrate on the look and feel of the program, and changes can be merged into the main Nightly channel or even Aurora when they're considered ready for testing ahead of primetime.

The UX build will install alongside other Firefox builds, including the other Nightly build as well as Aurora and the Beta/Stable build. However, it will share access to existing Firefox settings, meaning there is a risk you could lose these if something catastrophic was to happen.

With this in mind, we’d strongly recommend you only install Firefox UX on a test machine, or in a virtual environment such as that provided by VirtualBox. Once done, you can safely road test it, secure in the knowledge you’re not going to screw up your main computer by doing so.

In August, 2011 Mozilla previewed a number of significant changes to Firefox's user interface, most of which we like. And in Firefox UX, you can start testing these changes for yourself, with the vast majority now in the process of being implemented.

These include a streamlined top part of the browser, with forward and home buttons removed by default. Also missing are the Address and Search bars when you switch to a pinned web app tab, such as twitter.com.

The Download Manager has also been revamped – when you start downloading a file, it’s no longer displayed in its own window; instead, a download icon appears in the top right-hand corner of the Firefox window: click this to see a list of recently downloaded files.

Finally, there’s also a new Tab page, which displays a list of bookmarks and recently visited web sites in place of the traditional blank page. It all adds up to a radical overhaul of the Firefox interface, and you can preview it now.

This is the 32-bit version of Firefox UX - a 64-bit build of UX is also available for Windows and Linux.

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Freemake Video Converter 3.2.1 Download

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Freemake Video Converter 3.2.1

As you'll guess from the name, Freemake Video Converter is able to convert videos from one format to another - but that's just the start of its capabilities.

The program imports a lengthy list of video formats, and can convert them to AVI, WMV, MP4 and 3GP formats. If you just want the file to play on a particular device, though, you can simply select one of many built-in device profiles. Choose the "to MP4" conversion option, for instance, and you can choose from presets including "iPhone, iPod Touch", "iPhone 4, iPad", "iPod Classic, Nano", "iPod 5G", "PSP", "Smartphones" and "Digital media players". Pick the option that best suits your hardware and Freemake Video Converter will prepare the file for you right away.

There's also support for ripping DVDs (unprotected only), and if you drag in a number of videos then the program will burn them to a video DVD. There's not a great deal of control over the results - you can choose text, thumbnail or motion menus, for instance, but can't view or customise them - however this does make the process very quick and easy.

If you'd prefer to share your clips with the world, though, it might be easier to put them on YouTube - and Freemake Video Converter can do that, too. Just import the relevant videos, click the To YouTube button, enter your account details and the clips will be published for you.

And other features allow you to join videos, extract the soundtrack from a movie, create photo slideshows, and more.

Freemake Video Converter v3.2.1 is a minor release and new features include:

- Added the new preset for iPad Mini
- Added the new presets for Android gadgets with 1920*1200, 1280x720, 1024*768, 960*540, 800*600 screen resolutions

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VirtualBox 4.2.6 Download

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VirtualBox 4.2.6
Oracle VM VirtualBox is an industrial-strength open source virtualisation tool that makes it easy to create virtual machines (VMs), simulated computers that run on your PC but act as though they were separate systems. It's a powerful capability that has many different applications.

If you'd like a closer look at Windows 7 before you upgrade, for instance, then you could install Microsoft's latest in a VM, then access it in a window on your XP or Vista desktop.

Or maybe you've upgraded to Windows 7 and find a favourite old app doesn't work any more? Create a Windows XP VM and you might be able to run it again.

VirtualBox can also be a useful security tool: if you download and test apps in a VM, then any malware you might encounter will be isolated from your main system.

And it's the perfect choice if you want to try out another operating system with the minimum of hassle. Right now you can install Google Chrome OS, all the mainstream Linux variants (2.4 and 2.6), OpenBSD, OS/2, ReactOS, SkyOS, DOS, and just about every version of Windows there's ever been. (Of course you'll need to have the system discs to hand.)

New additions to VirtualBox 4 include an interface redesign, making it easier to view and manage your virtual machines. VM displays can now be scaled, so you can reduce a window size by half (for instance) and still see everything that's going on. The ability to limit a VM's CPU and IO time means the program will be less of a drain on your system's resources, and there are a host of other performance optimisations and bug fixes available

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VirtualBox Extension Pack 4.2.6(WINDOWS)

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