The Chamber of Apple’s Help!!!!

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If you are an Apple addict, or you are using any of Apple applications. then you will really need this.

Apple has a chamber of documentations for all applications provided by them, and this chamber is located on their website.

We went through the website and we can tell you that, it’s Amazing.

Go and check it out here

How to configure your Xbox 360 Controller for Windows on a Windows XP- or Vista-based computer

Configure the controller

You don’t have to configure the controller unless you want to customize the range of motion of the axes. To configure the controller, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start, click Run, type joy.cpl in the Open box, and then click OK.
  2. In the Game Controllers window, click XNA Gamepad, and then click Properties.
  3. Click the Settings tab, and then click Calibrate.
  4. Follow the steps in the Device Calibration Wizard.
    Note When you’re prompted to use the directional pad (D-Pad), use the left stick instead. If you use the D-Pad, the left stick configuration may be incorrect.
    1. To use this wizard to configure the axes of your game controller, click Next.
    2. Leave the D-pad (left stick) centered, and then press a button on the controller.
    3. Press all the D-pad’s corners (left stick), and then press a button on the controller.
    4. Leave the D-pad (left stick) centered, and then press a button on the controller.
    5. Move the Z Axis (left and right triggers) all the way up and down, and then press a button on the controller.
    6. Move the X Rotation (right stick – left right movement) all the way up and down, and then press a button on the controller.
    7. Move the Y Rotation (right stick – up down movement) all the way up and down, and then press a button on the controller.
    8. To save your configuration, click Finish.
  5. Click Apply, and then test the operation of the controller.
  6. If you’re satisfied with the new settings, click OK twice.
    If you’re not satisfied, click Settings, and then click Reset to defaults. When you click Reset to defaults, the device controls are reset to the default settings that are obtained from the device.

Access Hulu from Outside the U.S. Without a Proxy Server


We’ve featured one or two ways to watch Hulu from outside the US, but one user over at Reddit has discovered another method, no outside proxy server required. All you need is a Firefox add-on and a few blocked ports.


Use a USB Key to Install Windows 7—Even on a Netbook


Putting the Windows 7 installation on a USB thumb drive has a few advantages—a small USB key is much more convenient for carrying around than a DVD, the OS will actually install much faster, and you can use a USB key to install Windows 7 on systems that do not have a DVD drive, such as a netbook. In fact, you can even install Windows 7 on netbooks that have fairly modest hardware. Dennis Chung, an IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft recently posted a video demonstrating how easy it is to prepare your thumb drive and use it to install Windows 7.


How to Build Your Own Gaming PC??!!

To build a gaming PC is to enter a dazzling realm of modern engineering, blazing fast processors and cutting-edge graphics. Why, just the process of selecting a hard drive offers hundreds of possible options, each one representing an opportunity to fine-tune your machine into peak performance. This is the guide for people who cannot be bothered with that crap.


Forgot Mac Password? How to Reset Your Mac Password (with or without CD)

So you forgot your Mac password… uh oh. Don’t worry, it happens and you aren’t out of luck. You’ll need to reset the forgotten password and there’s several ways to do this, we’ll focus on the two best methods; one does not require a Mac OS X installer CD and is a great hack, and the other is much more simple if you happen to have a Mac OS X DVD laying around.


How To Rip DVDs with VLC

Here we will take a look at how to rip DVD movies with VLC for Windows.

Note: This feature should work with VLC versions 0.9.6 and up.

Ripping a DVD with VLC

Load up the DVD you want to rip and start up VLC.  Then under Media click on Convert / Save.



5 Unique Ways Create A Presentation Without Installing Any Software

These days, there are many uses for a presentation slideshow other than giving an actual presentation. You can use a presentation as a sales tool, upload them to a social site or even embed them onto a page on your own site.

However, to create a presentation, you need some sort of software. Or do you?

If you are going to create a presentation slide deck, you would likely think of PowerPoint. But what if you do not want to pay for the full version use it more than the trial period allows.

Keep in mind that when you are using one of the options below, you will be somewhat limited. If you are looking to make something super fancy, you may want to look into Keynote (Mac) or PowerPoint.

Some common features all of the below will have are:

  • Downloading as .pptx (PowerPoint) file
  • Save to PDF
  • Print slide deck
  • some sort of collaboration


An Incredible Way to Reveal Passwords Behind Asterisks

If you use a lot of online services it also means that you have got a lot of passwords and usernames to remember. Aware of this issue, all Internet browsers have got a special feature which, as soon as you login your email account for example,  prompt you to save password and username so that, next time you will use the service again, the browser will fill in the login interface for you. However, while the username is fully displayed, the password is hidden by asterisks. Now, if for any reason you don’t remember such a password you won’t have any way to recover it. Usually, to get it back, you will have to buy a special piece of software. Recently, I have found an interesting, amazing piece of code which will reveal all your forgotten passwords hidden behind asterisk in your browser…in a couple of seconds and without spending a dime!


How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and PrivacyBitTorrent’s been around for a whopping ten years, but it continues to evolve and remains one of the best file-sharing tools available. If you really want to make your downloads soar—and keep Big Brother out of your business—this guide’s for you.

We showed you how to get started sharing and downloading files with BitTorrent a few years ago, and most of that still applies, but if you’re looking to up your BitTorrent skills, things have changed a lot since then.

In fact, some of you may find BitTorrent a bit old school for your tastes. Sure, the ISPs are cracking down and throttling peer-to-peer users, and you have other greatfile-sharing alternatives like Usenet, but that doesn’t mean BitTorrent doesn’t still have a place in your routine. It’s pretty easy to ward off prying eyes with today’s BitTorrent clients, and while Usenet is certainly great, BitTorrent is still more widespread. As such, it tends to have a better selection on certain things, and is at the very least a good fallback method for when you don’t find what you’re looking for elsewhere. After all, there’s no reason you have to be loyal to only one file-sharing protocol.


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