Tuesday, November 23, 2010

CCleaner a great product

CCleaner is a freeware cleaning tool. It removes unused files from your system - allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up valuable hard disk space. It also cleans traces of your online activities such as your Internet history cookies etc. Additionally it contains a fully featured registry cleaner. But the best part is that it's fast (normally taking less than a second to run) and contains NO Spyware or Adware! :)

Besides a registery cleaner it also provides a stratup manager and a Uninstaller interface. This Application is a must for systems having critical disk space. Surely increases the computer speed , That is why I recommend you to download and use this Free Applciation.

Cleans the following:
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera
  • Safari
  • Windows - Recycle Bin, Recent Documents, Temporary files and Log files.
  • Registry cleaner
  • Third-party applications
  • 100% Spyware FREE

source : filehippo.com

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Windows 7 Sales rate Beyond 7 Copies per Second

This was the news I came to know about the Windows 7 sales as I was going through the net.

While undoubtedly, selling 7 copies of Windows 7 per second, "sounds" better than selling 10 copies of Windows 7 per second, the fact of the matter is that sales of the latest iteration of the Windows client are accelerating.

Less than a week ago, the Redmond company announced that Windows 7’s strong momentum was continuing, with license sales of the operating system
hitting the 175 million units milestone. At that time, the software giant was emphasizing that more than 7 copies of Windows 7 were being sold every second. Now the company revealed that the real number is closer to 10 licenses of Windows 7 being served to customers worldwide per second.

"With 175 million licenses sold to date, it is the fastest selling operating system ever, and now runs on over 15% of all PCs worldwide," revealed Peter Klein, Microsoft's chief financial officer, during an earnings call to Wall Street analysts, according to ComputerWorld.

Ahead of July 2010, Microsoft had underlined on various occasions that no less than 7 copies of the fastest selling operating system in history were going out to customers each second. For the month before the company announced the financial results for the third quarter in Fiscal Year 2010, sales of Windows 7 had in fact accelerated just a tad short of 10 licenses per second.

According to statistics released by Microsoft, over 16% of the world’s PCs were running Windows 7, at just nine months since the operating system was launched. Record sales of Windows 7 helped the Redmond company overall, with the software giant beating Wall Street estimates to generate $16.04 billion in revenue for Q3 2010, and $62.48 billion for the entire past fiscal year.

At this point in time Windows 7 is the second most used operating system worldwide, having a larger install base than Windows Vista, which was launched in early 2007. Still, there’s much to go for Windows 7 until it will at least come on par with Windows XP, in terms of market share. However, forecasts from earlier this year indicated that some 300 million copies of Windows 7 would be sold by the end of 2010. Provided that the OS will keep up the pace, XP could be dethroned by the time that Windows 8 gets here.

source: news.softpedia.com

New Windows 7 Wallpapers

Aquatic Flowers
Autumn Leaf
Bengal Tiger
Butterfly in Pink
Calico Cat

Cat in a Basket

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Monday, January 18, 2010

Office 2010 Build 14.0.4730.1007 100-Screenshot Gallery

Microsoft is undoubtedly making headway with Office 2010’s development process, although the company is not exactly trumpeting its progress to the public.
In fact, the software giant is keeping details on the evolution of Office 2010 under a tight lid, although it managed to unveil additional aspects of the new product such as pricing information. Still, a new leak of Office 2010 manages to do what Microsoft isn’t, namely offers confirmation that the next iteration of the productivity suite is indeed moving along toward RTM.

The Release to Manufacturing milestone mentioned in the End User
License Agreement accompanying Office 2010 Build 14.0.4730.1007 continues to be without a definitive deadline. While it is highly unlikely that the Redmond company hasn’t this far along in the product’s development process settled on an RTM date, the public is yet to receive any sort of official details.

Microsoft’s silence continued even after the leak of Office 2010 Build 14.0.4730.1007, which is currently available for download via all major BitTorrent trackers and warez websites, for those that know where to look. Softpedia will of course not provide a link to any illegal third-party sources offering Office 2010 bits. At the same time, users should be aware of the risks associated with downloading leaked or otherwise pirated software from untrusted sources, including identity theft, malware infections and financial loss via stolen credit-card data.

Build 14.0.4730.1007
Office 2010 Build 14.0.4536.1000 public Beta was released at the Professional Developers Conference 2009 in Los Angeles. Build 14.0.4730.1007, the recently leaked bits of Office 2007’s successor, is superseding the public Beta, and has most probably been shipped to a small pool of testers close to Microsoft, in addition to being dogfooded (tested internally). When it comes down to the public Beta of Office 2010, early adopters can test-drive Office 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, Visio 2010, Project 2010 and Office Web, and the same is valid for leaked Build 14.0.4730.1007, with the exception of Office Web.

Users will be able to have a closer look at Office 2010 Build 14.0.4730.1007 via the screenshots included in this article. Fact is that the evolution from 14.0.4536.1000 is not extremely consistent. Sure, the EULA now references RTM, indicating that Build 14.0.4730.1007 might be part of the Office 2010 RTM branch, but there’s no confirmation that this will actually be the fully fledged RTM.

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source: news.softpedia.com