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The New Spidey Game On the Block
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For those who would still like to stick around with Windows Xp and would like to do a makeover for the current OS to
First start by downloading the Vista Shell Conversion Pack, Vista Inspirat 1.1 from here, if you would like to have a look at the screenshots before downloading, take a look here, The Most stable transformation pack in terms of shell changing software’s is this one.
Once you are done with this download it would change almost everything you notice in Windows Xp, right from the boot up screen, log on screen, your wallpapers, icons, start button, with 4 to 5 vista theme’s, a floating bar with shortcuts to frequently accessed apps like IE, My Documents, quiet a cool one.
Well for now this is what I have managed to dig out the makeover process for my Windows Xp, I have not managed to get a Aero technology makeover which vista boasts about, maybe I would not get such an application, however you never know what the net has to offer you, it’s just you need to keep searching.
Where does this stop…
As the NDA government is upbeat about bringing Indian Economy on a fast track, it seems it is unable to control the inflation going on highs where people all around are feeling pinched by price rise. I keep reading disheartening things about our state
The story goes this way, Power reforms in the state have failed to see the daylight and our state has seen many SME entrepreneurs moving out of the state burdened with high power tariff’s, load shedding schedules that would not even allow them to earn profits, so is the plight of people living in Mumbai where MSEB supplies power to some suburbs of Mumbai.
Inflation keeps widening the gap between the rich and the poor in the society, buying houses in metro cities and satellite cities around them is becoming a dream for the common man, NRI’s are heavily investing in the inflating property market with builders taking advantage of the growing demand in housing sector. Prices and interest rates keep going northwards.
Also the concentration of IT & ITES industries in few noted cities clearly widens the distribution of income disparity. The state government will have to work hard to revive the economy and power woes in the state, as even the agreement worked out between CII & State Power Distribution Company MAHADISCOM seems to be on a shaky ground which made Pune city “Zero Load Shedding” city, as I read that the power requirement has gone up from 750 Mw to above 860 Mw.
Vodafone won the bid for an estimated enterprise value of US $19 billion (Rs 85,000 crores).
“Vodafone’s offer values Hutchison Essar at around $19 billion. This is a good price which reflects the premier position of Hutchison Essar as India’s leading operator,” Essar, said in a statement.
It also stated “We have been offered by Vodafone to be their partner. We are at the moment evaluating all our options in the best interest of the group.”
WoW…. What’s the big deal
It’s time Microsoft started taking the Indian market seriously; today I was just watching the WoW Vista show on Star Plus for the launch of Windows Vista in
We tend to take whatever comes from the Redmond Giant blindly in terms of OS, Well for me Windows Vista is nothing more than visual jazz, it boasts of superior performance however you would need a major computer overhaul if you were still happy with Windows XP, then be so… Windows Vista would demand at least 512 Ram for the basic Home Version and for a good feature enabled Windows Vista I may suggest the Home Premium version.
Even computer magazines have given a clean chit to
I am not very clear on the price of this OS, for the Home Premium version, which may cost around 15,000 to 16,000 bucks as I read on some Indian online shopping sites, Windows Vista Ultimate would take the steam out of your machine, I have used a Windows Vista Shell Converter on my laptop, for now which gives me almost the same visual feeling to that of Windows Vista except few widgets and other visual jazz that Vista has to offer.
However recently when our office decided to move on to Open Office replacing MS-Office, even we found it difficult to move on without that MS-office feeling, actually Microsoft has a strong hold in terms of ease of use in it’s products for which it prices it’s products on a very high range and that’s not affordable in India for all computer users. This encourages the piracy to thrive and come what may, Microsoft may claim that they have hacked proof Windows Vista, its already with it’s launch hackers have busted open vista with reports floating on internet about a flaw being detected with Windows Vista.
So going ahead Windows Vista would also have to encounter the same fate as other MS-OS have faced, Piracy…. People on the internet have devised tricks and hacks to overcome Microsoft Genuine campaign, today I don’t feel it appealing enough to upgrade to MS-IE 7, or Windows Media Player 11 as I have other better options Microsoft, and why on the earth they thought of launching Zune, which was touted as a I-Pod killer, it did not kill anything, it just made another addition to already overcrowded Mp3 player market.
As Microsoft had the first mover advantage in terms of OS, so has the Apple Inc with I-pod and the I-pod mania continues to live. If Microsoft wants to succeed in