Not many of you know this – and why should you? – but Windows is about to get a whole lot better. Microsoft has done an awesome job, bringing to us a whole new perspective on Windows in its most recent OS – Windows 8. It’s been over 4 months since its release, but it continues to overwhelm me to this date. Updates to this OS has been an almost daily thing with the malware definitions more frequent than the rest, but there is one to come that would begin to change it all. To be honest, I’m fascinated by the weirdest of things. An in-built Windows Defender is what made me decide to upgrade to 8 the minute it was released.
Today was a day like any other – I’m pretty much free to do as I please. Unfortunately, that is the very cause of my boredom. So, I decided to start something new. I’ve listed “software advisory” on my Facebook page, but it wouldn’t be right until I actually started some advising.
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!)
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.
The iTunes Store has finally brought purchases to India.
iTunes was already used by millions of users sporting iOS devices but were not able to make use of its store features. We couldn’t buy music, movies or TV shows from the store though we could already buy apps – although, I’m pretty sure paid apps were not needed anyways. Still, there were a few of us geeks – us included – who knew the key to unlocking those features.