Microsoft Fix It : Troubleshooter for common Windows Problems

Microsoft's Fix it Center is a beta troubleshooting program that tweaks common Windows issues.
Fix it Center finds and fixes many common PC and device problems automatically. It also helps prevent new problems by proactively checking for known issues and installing updates. Fix it Center helps to consolidate the many steps of diagnosing and repairing a problem into an automated tool that does the work for you.

  • Easy to Install and Run: Easy-to-use wizards will guide you through the set-up process and help you anytime you need support.
  • Automated: With automated troubleshooters, Fix it Center helps solve issues with your PC, even if you're not sure what the exact problem is. Fix It Center scans your device to diagnose and repair problems, then gives you the option to "Find and fix" or to "Find and report.
  • Preventive Care: By helping you find and fix issues before they become real problems, Fix it Center helps keep your PC running smoothly and automatically downloading the latest solutions.
Fix it Center is still in beta, but is stable enough to use. The program offers a variety of categories (27, to be exact), and will give you an estimate of how long each problem will take to troubleshoot. Once you select a category, the program will take you through each situation step-by-step. The instructions are easy and clear to understand, with an easy intuitive interface.

For more Details visit  Microsoft Fix it Center.


Cloud Printing - A Concept by Goolge

According to Cloud Printing concept every new printer will soon support the Google Cloud Print protocol. Under Google's model, these cloud-aware printers will be standalone devices with an Internet connection. Older printers, in Google's vision, will be able to access these cloud-based printing services through a proxy on a desktop computer. This proxy will - at some point in the future - ship with the Google Chrome browser.

The goal is to build a printing experience that enables any app (web, desktop, or mobile) on any device to print to any printer anywhere in the world.

Once every printer is cloud-enabled, Google envisions that users will simply connect their printers to the Internet, register, and start printing from Chrome OS or any other service that supports this new and open protocol.

There are obviously some obstacles to its actual implementation, but it’s an amazing idea. If print jobs are handled in the cloud you won’t need drivers, and most of the problems users have with printing from devices like smartphones and tablets will be solved.

Here's the details of working of the mode


ioSafe: Fireproof, Waterproof,DisasterProof Harddrive.

The ioSafe is a super duper hard drive which is Fire Resistant, Waterproof  n Disaster Proof . The video below shows some outlandish test done on this HardDrive.  

The ioSafe external hard drive is almost completely disaster-proof. It can withstand temperatures up to 1550ยบ F, can withstand being immersed in up to 10 feet of water for up to 36 hours and, on NAS and USD-RAID models - not the Solo - rebar-reinforced crush-zones enable the hard drive to survive the collapse of a two story building. Additionally, as a theft-protection measure, the ioSafe has holes bored in its shell so that it can easily be bolted to the floor.
In short, whether your house is flooded, burned to a cinder or flattened by a tornado, the data on the ioSafe will still be intact


  • Capacity: 500 GB, 1 TB or 1.5 TB
  • Speed: 7200 RPM
  • Connections: USB 2.0
  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS 8.6 and greater
  • Warranty: 3 years extendable up to 5 years
  • Disaster Recovery Service :1 years extendable up to 5 years
  • Weight: 15 lbs


HTC eyeing 4G with "HTC Sprint EVO"

HTC is coming up with an amazing smartphone which will be 1st of its kind. Ya its HTC Sprint first WiMax/4G phone.

Some of its Features:

* 4.3-inch Touch Screen (480x800 TFT LCD) 

*1GHz Snapdragon processor of the of the HTC Touch HD2

*Evo will run on the much sleeker Android 2.1

*Two Cameras:On the back the EVO is an 8-megapixel camera and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera

*1GB of built-in storage, along with 512MB of RAM.

*HTC Evo will work as a hotspot for up to eight devices.

*Built-in kickstand, which provides an excellent viewing angle

*"Leap" to Multitask:This is a multitasking manager that reveals every open program when you pinch anywhere on the phone's home screen.

*4G, Of Course,, the phone works over Sprint's budding 4G network, which makes for some impressive download speeds.


Some Must-use Mobile applications.

Here's the list of some essential and freely available mobile application that will enhance your mobile experience.Below list gives the name of some apps that are used in day-to-day activity like dictionary, gmail, maps, messenger and browser apps.
♠ Opera Mini Browser: Its the best n popular browser for mobile phone.A clean, simple and  user experience is available for you, no matter what phone you have.Its has a well designed user interface that allows smooth navigation.
eBuddy IM Messenger: All in one instant messenger which includes MSN, Yahoo!, AIM, ICQ, Google Talk and Facebook chat on the go.eBuddy is available for iPhone, Android, Java based mobiles, Nintendo, Sony PSP and more.
Dictionary: It's a free, offline, java, mobile, English explanatory dictionary application with approximately 34,000 word definitions that allows users to search meanings and save multiple bookmarks.

♠ Gmail Mobile App:A very simple Gmail application for mobile.Check my various gmail accounts on the go. Check emails, send them, forward or reply with the push of button.

Google Maps: This application is really helpful when you want to get direction for any place, distance between two places. Other than this, you can use buzz to see what’s happening nearby, navigation using GPS tracker, real time traffic updates, business listings and more.

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