Archive | November, 2011

Install CyanogenMod 9 On Nexus S

After release of Android 4, the Ice Cream Sandwich based AOSP ROMs are now developed by Android developers and fans for their devices. For Nexus S, currently CyanogenMod 9 will enable it to install Android 4. Koush, the ROM Manager developer responsible for CyanogenMod 9 declared the ROM for Nexus S to be pretty stable. [...]

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Tweak Unity in Ubuntu 11.10 & 11.04

Unity is criticized from day one due to lack of easy customization. Some Unity options can be customized through Compiz Settings Manager but for comprehensive customization of Unity there was no easy way. But now with the help of MyUnity you can edit every part of your Unity desktop including Launcher, Dash, Panel, Desk and [...]

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Install Compiz and Emerald in Xubuntu 11.10

Xfce is becoming popular as more and more people are migrating away from Gnome-Shell and Unity. As Xfce is desktop environment which is developed for high performance and low-end systems, so Xfce doesn’t include Compiz. If you want to migrate to Xubuntu and don’t want to miss eyecandy provided by Compiz than you can follow [...]

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Rhythmbox may be Default Player in Ubuntu 12.04

It is confirmed now that much criticized and bloated Banshee will be replaced by Rhythmbox. Rhythmbox was previously default music player for Ubuntu but was replaced by Banshee. But now it has been decided to bring Rhythmbox back.
Rhythmbox will come back as default music player in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin. It is confirmed by Ubuntu Desktop Manager Jason Warner.
Rhythmbox [...]

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Schedule “Game Saves” Backup in Windows

For gamers it is more than a nightmare to lose game progress. Imagine yourself playing FIFA 12 career mode and after successful 2 seasons your game save data is lost/corrupted by viruses, hard disk failures, windows corruption or just by mistake. Backing up “Games Saves” will save you hours of replaying quests, re achieving previous [...]

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Make custom keyboard shortcuts for Windows 7

There are lots of places in one’s computer that one might navigate to. With the increasing sizes of hard drives and increase in your data storage capacity such place are also increasing and your computer is turning into a confusing labyrinth of unused data. All of this makes it difficult to get to a place [...]

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