Way To Download From MegaUpload With Out Any Limit.
Generate a normal megaupload link to a premium link. Visit FreeMu.info website, scroll right to the bottom and you'll see a small text box with a small Go button. Just paste the megaupload link to the text box and click Go! button. You will notice that the page is being refreshed and you're at the top of the FreeMu.info page. Scroll down again and this time you'll see a long link just below the text box.
There is a Firefox extension which lets you bypass the requirement to download the unnecessary toolbar.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Way To Download From MegaUpload With Out Any Limit.
Microsoft has just added the Windows XP Service Pack 3 (release candidate) installer to their download website.
This Windows XP SP3 installer weighs around 336 MB and includes all patches, bug fixes and security updates ever released by Microsoft since the launch of Windows XP OS.
Nothing major introduced in XP SP3 but there’s a new activation scheme which will not require a product key during XP installation on a new machine.
And unlike XP SP1 or SP2, you can easily uninstall XP SP3 from your PC using the Add Remove programs module.
CrossLoop, which is an excellent desktop sharing software, could also be the next Elance for
hiring tech support professionals who can remotely fix your computer problems in real-time.
Today, they have launched CrossLoop 2.0 that adds a “social” element to this already popular remote desktop sharing software and makes it extremely lucrative to IT Helpdesk staff and tech support personnel.
You can now create a personal profile on CrossLoop website that details your areas of expertise. When you provide remote help to others using CrossLoop, they can rate the session and that feedback is automatically added to your public profile.
See some screenshots of CrossLoop 2.0:
This “CrossLoop reputation” will become an important factor when you go beyond friends and family and decide to provide professional help to potential customers. They can view your history on CrossLoop and decide whether they want to avail your service or not.
Going forward, this CrossLoop database could become the one-stop shop for finding good tech support personnel. And best of all, CrossLoop is still free.
The only downside is that CrossLoop is only available for Windows so they could be missing a large chunk of users who may be running Mac or Linux platforms. In April, Mrinal did hint that were are planning to make CrossLoop available across various platforms.
When it comes to cyber crimes, a new research has found that hi-tech criminals are now turning away from targeting big firms, and are focussing their attention on home computer users.
Security firm Symantec found that cyber criminals are increasingly targeting home PC owners as a lack of security systems mean that they are the easiest prey in the market.
Symantec found that there had been an 81 percent rise in bogus email messages that are attempting to con unsuspecting owners into revealing personal as well as banking details.
In its bi-annual Internet Threat Report, Symantec revealed that more than 157,000 unique ‘phishing’ messages were sent to home PCs during the first six months of 2006.
Ollie Whitehouse, Symantec research scientist and one of the authors of the report, said that the trend showed that home users had become targets as they were the weakest link.
"Organised crime is here and they are very interested in phishing. They target home users who have become the weakest link," the BBC quoted him, as saying.
The study found that only 50 percent of home users ignore phishing e-mail messages, and that 3.8 percent also respond to an unsolicited e-mail about their online accounts.
As far as security measures go, the survey also found that only 46.3 percent of home users keep their anti-virus software up to date, and only 10 percent have spam-stopping software installed on their computers.
Symantec has now offered a list of measures that can help home users spruce up their security and ensure that they are safe while online. The list is as follows:
1. Install anti-virus software on at least a weekly basis update anti-virus and spyware products
2. Install a personal firewall and/or ensure your operating system's firewall is on
3. Use Windows and Apple updates to patch security holes
4. Do not open e-mail messages that look suspicious
5. Do not click on e-mail attachments you were not expecting
6. Take time to educate yourself and family about the risks
7. Monitor your computer and stay alert to threats
SiSoftware Sandra (the System ANalyser, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant) is an information & diagnostic utility. It should provide most of the information (including undocumented) you need to know about your hardware, software and other devices whether hardware or software.
Download SiSoftware Sandra Lite XII 2008 (12.34)
Sandra is a (girl) name of Greek origin that means "defender", "helper of mankind". We think that's quite fitting.
It works along the lines of other Windows utilities, however it tries to go beyond them and show you more of what's really going on. Giving the user the ability to draw comparisons at both a high and low-level. You can get information about the CPU, chipset, video adapter, ports, printers, sound card, memory, network, Windows internals, AGP, PCI, PCI-X, PCIe (PCI Express), database, USB, USB2, 1394/Firewire, etc.
Native ports for all major operating systems are available:
- Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista*, Longhorn* (x86)
- Windows x64 Edition XP/2003/Vista*/Longhorn* (AMD64/EM64T)
- Windows 64-bit Edition 2003/Longhorn* (IA64)
- Windows Mobile 2003/2003SE (ARM CE 4.20)
- Windows Mobile 5 (ARM CE 5.01)
- Windows Mobile 6 (ARM CE 5.02)
All major technologies are supported and taken advantage of:
- SMP - Multi-Processor
- MC - Multi-Core
- SMT/HT - Hyper-Threading
- MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3 - Multi-Media instructions
- Wireless MMX - Mobile multi-media instructions
- NUMA - Non-Uniform Memory Access
- AMD64/EM64T/x64 - 64-bit extensions to x86
- IA64 - Intel* Itanium 64-bit
Legal Stuff: Sandra is an acronym and has no connection whatsoever express or implied with anything or anyone, living or deceased in the past, present or future. Any resemblance is purely coincidental.
General Sandra Information
Here are the version types, in line with industry standards:
- Sandra Lite (free for personal/educational use - no nag screens, time limit, etc.)
- Sandra Advanced (for OEMs)
- Sandra Professional (commercial)
- Sandra Engineer (commercially exploitabile)
- Sandra Enterprise (commercial)
- Sandra Legacy (home enthusiast)
List of SiSoftware Sandra Modules
Here is a list of current modules.
- System Summary
- Mainboard/Chipset/System Monitors Info
- CPU/BIOS Info
- APM & ACPI (Advanced Power Management) Info
- PCI(e), AGP, CardBus, PCMCIA bus and devices Info
- Video Information (monitor, card, video bios, caps, etc.)
- OpenGL Information
- DirectX (DirectDraw, Direct3D, DirectSound (3D), DirectMusic, DirectPlay, DirectInput) Info
- Keyboard Info
- Mouse Info
- Sound Card (wave, midi, aux, mix) Info
- MCI Devices (mpeg, avi, seq, vcr, video-disc, wave) Info
- Joystick Info
- Printers Info
- Windows Memory Info
- Windows Info
- Font (Raster, Vector, TrueType, OpenType) Information
- Modem/ISDN TA Information
- Network Information*
- IP Network Information*
- WinSock & Internet Security Information
- Drives Information (Removable Hard Disks, CD-ROM/DVD, RamDrives, etc.)
- Ports (Serial/Parallel) Info
- Remote Access Service Connections (Dial-Up, Internet)*
- OLE objects/servers Info*
- Processes (Tasks) & Threads Info
- Modules (DLL, DRV) Info
- Services & Device Drivers (SYS) Info*
- SCSI, SAS Information*
- ATA, ATAPI, SATA, RAID Information
- Data Sources Information*
- CMOS/RTC Information*
- Smart Card & SIM Card Information*
- Arithmetic Benchmark (including SSE2, SSSE3)
- Multi-Media Benchmark (including MMX, Wireless MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3)
- Multi-Core Efficiency Benchmark
- Power Management Efficiency Benchmark
- File System (Removable, Hard Disks, Network, RamDrives) Benchmark
- Removable Storage/Flash Benchmark
- CD-ROM/DVD Benchmark
- Memory Bandwidth Benchmark
- Cache & Memory Bandwidth Benchmark
- Network/LAN Bandwidth Benchmark
- Internet/ISP Connection Benchmark
- Internet/ISP Peerage Benchmark
- Hardware Interrupts Usage*
- DMA Channel Usage*
- I/O Ports Usage*
- Memory Range Usage*
- Plug & Play Enumerator*
- Hardware registry settings
- Environment settings
- Registered File Types
- Key Applications* (web-browser, e-mail, news, anti-virus, firewall, etc.)
- Installed Applications*
- Installed Programs*
- Start Menu Applications*
- On-disk Programs & Libraries*
- Installed Web Packages* (ActiveX, Java classes)
- System Event Logs*
- Burn-in Wizard* (test computer stability)
- Connect Wizard (connect to remote computers, PDAs, Smart Phones and other devices)
- Combined Performance Index Wizard (overall computer performance score)
- Create a Report Wizard (save, print, fax or e-mail in CIM (SMS/DMI), HTML, XML, RPT or TEXT format)
- Performance Tune-Up Wizard (tune-up computer)
- Environment Monitor Wizard (temperatures, voltages, fans, CPU power, cooling solution thermal resistance, etc.)
- WebUpdate Wizard for automatic version updating
- Tip of the day
- Extensive help file documenting over 600 tips
- Extensive on-line documentation (HTML) with Q & A knowledge base