Ubuntu 11.04 Theme for Windows 7

A few hours ago i published a post about Mac Lion theme for Windows 7, now i have decided to go for Ubuntu. Though i publish a Ubuntu theme earlier this this year but i am sure that it is the time to replace that. I am using Ubuntu Skin Pack 4.0, which is made by hameddanger again. This customization pack makes Windows 7 look like Ubuntu 11.04. The Ubuntu Skin Pack 4.0 can be installed in 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7 with Service Pack 1.

Ubuntu Skin Pack 4.0 changes-
  • Your complete Windows
  • Login screen
  • Boot screen
  • Wallpaper
  • theme
  • Start button
  • Icons
How to install Ubuntu Skin Pack 4.0-
Just click the installer file, it will do everything itself.
After installing the Yod’m 3D – Options dialog box displays in French by default. However, the Language tab displays, allowing you to change the language to English, if desired. Click OK to close the dialog box.
Another thing is that a dialog box displays warning you that the settings file for Rainmeter (Rainmeter.ini) is not writable and settings cannot be saved permanently. To fix the Rainmeter problem, move the Rainmeter.ini file to the location designated on the dialog box. Or, you can delete the Rainmeter.ini file and it will be recreated in the correct location.
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Complete Apple Mac Lion Theme for Windows 7

Back in April 2011, I gave you a Mac Lion theme for Windows 7 with many new features. After that Apple officially releases OS X Lion for Mac and gives developers the chance to test it thoroughly. So I have a new Mac Lion theme for you. Mac OS X 10.7 Lion theme for Windows 7 is pretty detailed and it brings the illusion of having Mac OS X Lion running on a Windows PC, complete with the new Lion wallpapers and all. Credit for the theme is goes to hameddanger.

The installation is pretty simple and doesn’t require theme patching of any sort. All you have to do is execute the installer and follow the instructions to transform your OS.
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New High Performance XQD card unveiled, 125MB/s write speed is now real

The Compact Flash Association just unveiled a new high-performance memory card format, called XQD. It is based on the PCI Express specification. XQD card size is larger than SD and smaller than CF card. It measures 38.5×29.8×3.8mm, where SD card is about 32x24x2.1mm and CF card measures 43x36x5 mm.

XQD card has a theoretical maximum transfer speed of 5Gbps or 625MB/s with write speed of 125MB/s. The impressive performance should allow the XQD cards to fully replace their CF predecessors in high-end DSLR cameras and digital full HD camcorders.
compare xqd card with compact flash card
XQD cards will make their official debut at CP+, which takes place February 9-12 in Yokohama, Japan. Licensing of the new format will start in early 2012. And we expect first device supporting XQD card slot launching in Q2 2012.

LG starts fighting with Acer & Asus Ultrabook with new sexy X-Note Z330 Ultrabook

It seems Macbook Air has enough competitors at the market before the eve of 2012. After Acer & Asus, LG is in the list of Intel Ultrabook makers. Their new X-Note Z330 is a 1.21kg Ultrabook with a 13.3″ screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Just 14.7mm thick and with an extremely cool design, the Z330 is certainly among the best notebooks we ever seen.

The LG X-Note Z330 comes with Core i7 2637M or Core i5 2467M CPU, 4GB or RAM and 120GB or 300GB SSD. The amazing fast SSD allows it to make a cold boot in the amazing 9.9 seconds. But as I remembered Acer Ultrabook is capable on 1.5 booting with Mac like instant on feature.
lg ultrabook advantages
The Z330 is pretty well prepared with HDMI, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 3.0 and Wi-Fi b/g/n inside. Like other Ultrabooks it has no discrete GPU here, so the Intel HD 3000, built into the CPU, will have to do all the demanding jobs for you.
lg ultrabook vs macbook air comparison
Price of Core i5 Ultrabook is starts from $1500 with 120GB SSD. And Core i7 version costs $2300 with 300GB SSD. Not bad but not so good. I expect these with be $1000 and $1300.
Source | Via

Fix for Adobe Flash is coming

On Friday, Adobe announced that it would release a fix for a Flash bug Monday, rather than later this month, as originally planned.

The company gave no explanation for the change in its timetable, though speed is of the essence, since the firm acknowledged that "there are reports that this vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild against Adobe Flash Player on Windows." Adobe's security advisory rates the vulnerability as critical -- its most severe rating.

The forthcoming fix should cover Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Solaris, and Android operating systems.

Interestingly, however, users of Google Chrome already have access to the Flash fix, since Google now bundles Flash into Chrome, explicitly to help users avoid older Flash versions with known vulnerabilities. Sure enough, on Friday, Google released Chrome version 6.0.472.62 for Windows, Linux, and Mac.

Going forward, Adobe will release patched versions of Adobe Reader 9.3.4 (for Windows, Macintosh, and Unix) and Adobe Acrobat 9.3.4 (for Windows and Macintosh) during the week of October 4, 2010. No known attacks have emerged against either Acrobat or Reader.

According to vulnerability information provider Secunia, the underlying vulnerability stems from "an unspecified error when parsing Flash content."

According to United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), "by convincing a user to view a specially crafted HTML document (e.g., a web page or an HTML email message or attachment), PDF file, Microsoft Office document, or any other document that supports embedded SWF [ShockWave Flash] content, an attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code" and take over a user's system.
Source: Brothersoft News
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