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Fix Java based Applications that disable Windows Vista Aero Glass interface
September 1, 2007, 2:05 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Windows Vista

The color scheme has been changed to windows vista basic

In Windows Vista Aero Glass interface gives the Glass transparent look to windows and taskbar, which looks very beautiful. But whenever a java based application is launched a pop message on the task bar appears “The color scheme has been changed to windows vista basic” and while running that java based application you can’t have the Windows Vista Aero Glass interface. This very annoying that you have purchased a expensive Graphics Card only for running Windows Vista Aero Glass interface on the System but the incompatibility of Java application deprived you from the Windows Vista Aero Glass interface.

After realising this issue a new version with update 2 has been released which is available on Java site. Click here for offline installer (size: 7 MB) or direct download from site

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Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali
September 1, 2007, 8:28 am
Filed under: Google

Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali After a long period research, Orkut has introduced the portal in 5 new Indian languages so as to make this awesome website accessible to more of the techsavy Indians. Now Orkut is avaliable in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.

Already, Indians share a large part of Orkut and this step of Google will enable more of them to join and shake hands with the world through Orkut.
With the introduction of these languages which covers 80% of the India, Googlers hope that more Indians will be able to come close and communicate in their native languages. Google say that this only for a start, going forward they will be introducing more of the Indian languages in Orkut.

Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, BengaliViewing the orkut site in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil or Telugu (or any one of our other 12 languages) is easy.

Click the settings button under your profile photo (or click the blue settings link at the top of any page). On the general tab, choose your preferred display language from the drop-down menu at the top of the page. Click save changes.
If you are having trouble reading languages on the “Settings” page, it is likely that your browser scripts have not been updated. For Internet Explorer, proceed to “Tools” and then “Windows Update”. Here you should accept the Windows XP Service Pack 2 update. All languages are included in this update.
Enjoy!!!…


Psychedelia: Windows Vista screensaver inspired visualizations for Windows Media Player
August 31, 2007, 7:04 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Windows Vista

Windows Vista screensaver inspired visualization for Windows Media Player

Microsoft’s Windows Vista has some very cool screensavers like Windows energy, ribbons, bubbles etc. Stephen coy the designer of the Widnows Vista screensavers and Time cowley, a Software engineer has created a visualization pack, inspired from Windows Vista screensavers, for Windows Media Player called Psychedelia.

Psychedelia and synesthesia realized through cutting-edge computer graphics technology. These visualizations translate sound into colors, shapes and motion.The pack contains seven great visualizations: Album Art 3D, Bubbles, Distortion, Gigertron 3D, Hypnobloom, Ribbons and UpCube. Download Psychedelia Size: 5 MB (Windows Media Player Visualization plugin). Its worth trying……


Animate Windows Vista Menu Pictures
August 28, 2007, 12:50 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Technology, Windows Vista

Microsoft has introduced many new features in its latest operating system Windows Vista like 3D flip, Windows Aero, windows dreamscene, Cardspace ,one click search etc. In brief Windows Vista is multimedia rich. So what’s lacking in Windows vista still pictures in Start menu items ?

So its the time to animate these all in style. 3D User Picture is nice freeware utility which animates the start menu pictures. Download the 3D User Picture, Extract the files and 3duserpic.exe and then open the Start menu hover the mouse over the links…..Wow pictures are animating.

Note: 3D user Picture requires a DirectX 9 capable graphic card.



Make windows Vista Experience Index score 9.9
August 28, 2007, 12:42 pm
Filed under: Tips and Tricks, Windows Vista

Make windows Vista Experience Index  score 9.9
The Windows Experience Index measures the capability of your computer’s hardware and software configuration and expresses this measurement as a number called a base score. A higher base score generally means that your computer will perform better and faster than a computer with a lower base score, especially when performing more advanced and resource-intensive tasks.
Each hardware component receives an individual subscore. Your computer’s base score is determined by the lowest subscore. For example, if the lowest subscore of an individual hardware component is 2.6, then the base score is 2.6. The base score is not an average of the combined subscores. So higher score is better and my current Windows Experience index 3.0. Let’s make it 9.9, the ultimate. The results of Windows Experience Index are stored in an XML file and with easy modification in this XML file change your Windows Experience Index to 9.9.
Here is the procedure.

1. Navigate to C:\Windows\Performance\WinSAT\DataStore.

2. Open the most recent file in that folder.

3. Parse the file looking for the WinSPR entry. These are the items you want to edit. The max value you can use is 9.9.

Make windows Vista Experience Index  score 9.9

4. Save the file and open the Windows Experience Index to see 9.9 score. Friends are u Watching 9.9……

Source: Steve Sinchak



Now Add a video to blogpost directly from blogspot post editor
August 26, 2007, 7:02 pm
Filed under: Blogger, Google
In recent times blogger is adding new features to its blogspot to make it better for the bloggers blogging on the blogspot and provide more options for easy and better blogging. Blogger has continued this tradition and now introduced the Add video option on blogspot editor itself till now only Add image option is available.

Now Add a video to blogpost directly from blogspot post editor

With this Add video option you can upload video directly from your blog editor to your post and publish it. You can upload a video up to 100 MB and AVI, MPEG, QuickTime, Real, and Windows Media are the supported formats. You can even give title to your uploaded video. Just check the option box besides the terms and conditions and once you press the upload video button, video starts to upload to Google video and time of uploading video depends upon its size. You can continue to edit your post during upload, but can’t close this window or publish until it’s finished.

I have uploaded a Windows vista dream scene video to just check how it works ?



Think twice no thrice before pressing Ctrl + C
August 26, 2007, 6:56 pm
Filed under: Tips and Tricks, Windows, Windows Vista

Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V are the most common keyboard shortcuts used by every computer users in today’s world. While filling forms or logins we find it easy to copy and paste the information like credit card number, password or user name instead of typing these manually where the chances of mistyping are more but these shortcuts can run you into serious trouble. how ?

Every time your copy something is copied to clipboard and site using combination of javascript and ASP (or PHP, CGI) can access your clipboard and get all the copied text from clipboard like passwords, user name or credit number etc. which you have copied and pasted while filling forms or for Web site login and this is enough for anyone to misuse your login id or rip of your hard earn money. Visit this site to know what’s in your clipboard http://www.sourcecodesworld.com/special/clipboard.asp(at the end of this post you will find my blogger login ID and Password access by the site from the clipboard)

Now how to tackle this problem ?
First we have to see what’s copied to clipboard, run Microsoft Word go to edit and select clipboard and clipboard appears to right side showing the copied data.

Using Windows Vista:
If you re using Windows vista then when you visit above mentioned site a pop up will appear “Do you want to allow this web page to access your clipboard” if you allow access then only this website access your data copied to clipboard otherwise not. So Windows vista takes care of this problem itself.

Think twice no thrice before pressing Ctrl + C

Using Windows XP, 2000:
But if you re using windows other than Windows vista i.e Windows XP, 2000 then you can easily tweak this problem.

  • Open Internet options
  • Select security tab
  • Choose custom level
  • And in security settings, select disable under Allow paste operations via scripts.

Now you can easily do Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V safely. Just joking………..nothing is there i.e. Blogger ID and Password.