Windows 7 on a Virtual Hard Disk…

Earlier, I had posted a tutorial on how to create a virtual hard disk. If you know me well, you probably have not read it because (blah blah blah, add at least two paragraphs of whining… I could take the time to actually write them but that is unnecessay delay. The point is you suck!)

Windows 8 on a VHD…

A few years ago I had published a blog post on the feature that caught my eye. It was about an amazing ability of Windows 7 that I had not completely described – it was booting from a VHD. Yes, creating VHDs and using them from within an OS is cool but cooler than that is using the VHD itself as the base to it.

Apple and my thoughts on their work…

A whole new/updated range of iOS and Mac OS devices were launched by Apple this year. They brought the iPad with Retina display and everyone rejoiced. The people who bought them would later regret it as it was replaced by the newer iPad with Retina display; seriously they need to find a better way to name it. The October 2012 version had a higher speed processor and the Lightning connector and port which was pretty neat. It is noteworthy that while the earlier retina iPad is no longer sold, the older iPad 2 is still available, which means the former has no backed resale value. But that is not all.

iPad Mini calculations and a few tests…

After making a custom stylus for capacitive screens, I decided to go try the same on devices other than my own. At present the only touchscreen device I own is a Nokia Lumia 800 that I couldn’t use it both as a camera and the test device. The iPad mini would make a good testbed, if I had one. So, a friend offered to let me use his device to test out the stylus. He also helped me make the video and I thank him for that. As soon as he decides to stop being anonymous you’ll know who to thank too.

Windows Vista nostalgia – Vistalgia…

I miss Windows Vista. After years of using Windows XP, Vista was a refreshing change. Of course, we have Windows 7 now with Windows 8 right around the corner. Windows 8 will be making quite a Windows 95 move all over again. It’ll change the way the concept of Windows is perceived. I personally like Windows 8 already, but I’m quite worried about the popular response.

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