Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Windows 8 New Features Release

Windows New  Features Release

Microsoft  start one of the most used OS, brings great challenges to  its users impressed in the next version of Windows.
Windows 7  has completed all expects well to date  its release, Microsoft always working  constantly working to create  the next version of Windows a better one by further improving upon the existing features, and have added new impressive Windows 8 features along with a stunning UI.
Microsoft released the early version of Windows 8 on.  you who would like to try and experience the all new Windows 8, you can download the Developer Preview, which is currently in pre-beta version. The developer version shows off the current stage of the OS. It is available for free download, and comes in three different packages:
  • (1) 64-bit version – Only the OS
  • (2) 32-bit version – Only the OS
  • (3) 64-bit version with developer tools 

Windows 8 Features

Windows 8 offers a number of new Windows 8 features from its all new UI to Windows App Store and improvised security features. Here’s a list of new features and improvements which will arrive with Windows 8:

Support for both x86 PCs and ARM tablets

Windows 8 is the first edition of Windows which will work on both ARM based tablets and traditional x86 (as well as x32 and x64) PCs based on ARM processors from Intel and AMD.
“Support for ARM-based chipsets, touch, and sensors makes Windows 8 work beautifully on your choice of a full spectrum of devices, such as 10-inch slates with all-day battery life, ultra-lightweight laptops, and powerful all-in-ones with 27-inch high-definition screens,” Microsoft contends, in a Windows 8 Guide distributed with Windows Developer Preview

Windows To Go

The “Windows To Go” seems to be an exciting feature that basically allows Windows 8 to boot from a USB device (called as Live USB), including user’s programs, settings and files. The feature is designed to work with both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, and on both legacy NIOS and UDFI firmware. However, Microsoft says that a user will not be able to “Hibernate” with this feature.
 “Windows To Go is a new feature in Windows 8 that enables enterprise administrators to create USB drives containing complete, managed Windows images that users can use to boot and run Windows on any Windows 7 or Windows 8 capable computer. Windows To Go makes it possible for employees to use a managed device whether they work from home, a client office or in a free seating environment. This session will discuss Windows To Go, its hardware requirements and building compatible and complementary software.”
Another interesting thing about this feature is that, if the USB drive is removed, Windows will automatically freeze, but will continue to operate if the USB drive is inserted back in the next 60 seconds after removal.

Windows Store

To compete with Apple, Windows has confirmed the introduction of a Windows Store, similar to Mac App Store, which allows users to browse through Windows applications, while developers can publish their Metro-style apps on Windows 8 devices.
Few days back, Microsoft gave a strategic view of its app store, and gave a quick demo on how it works. Microsoft revealed that the Windows App Store will be the only place where users can access the Metro-styled apps. Here’s a quick demo that shows how users will be able to buy their apps:
Windows 8 User Interface
Speaking about the UI, Windows 8 certainly has got a mind blowing interactive UI, which has been extensively redesigned to a “Metro-style” design, which shows the most important information to you, embodies simplicity, and gives you full control over it. The UI is designed to provide a fluid and intuitive interaction and navigation with touch, or a mouse and keyboard.
Julie Larson-Green, Corporate Vice President, Windows who stated: “Everything that’s great about Windows 7, is better in Windows 8,” gave a quick hands on look at the Windows 8 user-interface. Here are some of the screenshots she released:
Windows Logon Screen – Unlike the traditional way of entering a password to unlock the screen, Windows 8 can be unlocked by just tapping on the right areas of the screen.

Saturday, 28 April 2012

# laWakz bUnuH dRI #

Bunuh Diri

Seorang pesakit mental cuba membunuh dirinya dengan terjun ke dalam sebuah sungai tetapi berjaya diselamatkan oleh seorang pesakit mental yang lain pula. Tidak lama kemudian pesakit yang menyelamatkan temannya itu dipanggil oleh doktor yang merawat mereka.

Doktor: Hari ini saya ada dua berita baik utk awk.satu berita baik,dan 1 lgi berita buruk.
Pesakit mental: Apa dia doktor?
Doktor: Pertama sekali,tahniah kerana awak dah menunjukkan tanda-tanda hampir sembuh dpd penyakit awak kerana awak telah meyelamatkan seorang pesakit yg cuba membunuh diri semalam. Berita buruk pula, pesakit yg awak selamatkan itu didapati telah menggantung dirinya selepas awak selamatkan semalam. Malang sungguh.
Pesakit mental
: Oh! begitu rupanya. Sebenarnya saya yang menggantungnya supaya dia kering dgn cepat..hee..
: #@**_!!*&^_# 

Friday, 27 April 2012

Ubuntu and Variants[ most popular linux ]

There are Linux distributions of all shapes and sizes, with varying levels of complexity and difficulty. Some are super-easy to install, and can be installed like any other OS, with minimal knowledge of the command line—you click "OK" a few times and you're up and running. Others require you get your hands really dirty with the underpinnings of the system you're building, making sure it's just right for your specific needs. So which do you prefer? Well, earlier last week we asked you what you thought the best overall Linux distribution was, understanding that "best" is a relative term. Then we took a look at the top five Linux distros, based on your over-400 nominations, and put them to a vote. Now, we're back to crown the overall winner.
Ubuntu (and its variants) took the top spot with room to spare—bringing in just over 51% of the overall vote. Behind it in second place was Linux Mint, with close to 16% of the votes cast, and hot on its heels in third was Arch Linux with just shy of 15% of the total vote. In fourth place with 10% of the vote was the venerable Debian, and bringing up the rear with over 8% was Fedora.
The Hive Five is based on reader nominations. As with most Hive Five posts, if your favorite was left out, it's not because we hate it—it's because it didn't get the nominations required in the call for contenders post to make the top five. We understand it's a bit of a popularity contest, but if you have a favorite, we want to hear about it.

Thursday, 26 April 2012


Ferrari S.p.A. is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, as Scuderia Ferrari, the company sponsored drivers and manufactured race cars before moving into production of street-legal vehicles as Ferrari S.p.A. in 1947. Throughout its history, the company has been noted for its continued participation in racing, especially inFormula One, where it has had great success. Ferrari road cars are generally seen as a symbol of luxury and wealth.

~ aQ ~

Nama : Muhammad Hamizan Khalaf Bin Mohd Ghazali
Umur : 19Thn
Lahir : Hospital Besar Ipoh
T.Lahir : 8/10
Hobi : Main Game [ RYL2Avenger ]

Aq Je La yg Salah~

Aq Cuma nk yg Terbaik uNtok dia Ngan aq jEr..