SLAX-A fast linux operating system


Slax is a live-CD that can turn any PC into a Linux box without installing anything onto the hard-drive. It’s a scaled down version of Slackware.

You can get the slax from these links,either as an ISO image or as a RAR(any zip format as u wish) file..


slax can be either operated froma  cd or from a USb device…


There are some modules of slax are been available with its various categories..

click here to see the modules of slax….


For more details about slax..visit the slax webpage


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Hello there,,in this post im gonna tell how to sped up your pc so that u can reach its maximum performance!

Keep your anti virus updated…

Try to keep your antivirus software updates to current settings..,many anti virus softwares are coming up to be free feel free to download them and use it…

Remove unwanted startup programs..

Go to start->run->and type “msconfig”

There go to the startup tab and uncheck the unwanted user programs(be sure that u don’t uncheck any system programs) click apply and select ok and restart your system..


perform defragmentation atleast twice a month….

Open my computer and right click on any of the drives…

go to properties->tools tab->defragmentation.

the above window will be opened…

select any drive and start defragmentation…

NOTE:while defragmentation,close all your programs and folders,leave the system free so that it will process correctly..


Temporary files

Delete your temporary files daily…

go to START->RUN->type %temp% and click ok

press CTRL+A in the window and press SHIFT+DELETE KEY

Keep Desktop clean

keep your desktop clean..

Remove all the application shortcuts icons from your desktop…

since it takes up memory to load up things in the desktop ,it may take time..

just click that icon and press SHIFT+DELETE.

Don’t worry your application is still present in the start menu..

keep just the recycle bin and my computer icons in the desktop…


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3D TV-The next level of television

The 3rd dimension has invaded the consumer tech market almost like it was planned by some army general, with 3D glasses on. This CES saw brands big and small jumping on the bandwagon, some offering source material in the form of Blu-rays, some offering recording material in the form of 3D camcorders and of course the HDTVs. All biggies came out with their flagship range sporting 3D support.

So what does 3D mean again? Simply put it adds the 3rd dimension missing in video watching, and that is depth. How does it do that? Well the human eye does most of the work. All the playback technology has to do is provide different images to each eye. That means double the refresh rate, and the aid of the shutter glasses, which sync with the TV, and then alternately shut off and on their lens, to coordinate each eyeball receiving the appropriate image. The minimum refresh rate required is 120 Hz, and of course the 3D glasses and transmitters are required. With these accessories, TVs can offer 3D. So lets check out which major brands came out with what.

Sony announced plans to “accelerate initiatives to deliver an array of 3D entertainment for the home in 2010, leveraging all its diverse business assets to create a 3D world encompassing electronics and games, to movie content.” As for products unveiled, we have the LX900 series which include 3D functionality and also Wi-Fi, Internet Video, USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback, four HDMI 1.4 inputs and now my head is spinning. As for PS3 owners, this quote from Sony seems mighty interesting ” For PlayStation3: All PlayStation3 units will become available to play 3D stereoscopic games through a firmware update, scheduled to be available in summer of 2010 (previously announced on November 19th, 2009). Playback of 3D content on “Blu-ray” discs will also be possible by upgrading PlayStation3 with a further firmware update.”

Panasonic dropped some bombs too. It developed the world’s largest 152-inch Full HD 3D Plasma Display. It features a new plasma display panel (PDP) developed with its quadruple luminous efficiencytechnology. The technology enhances PDP’s unique advantages as self-illuminating device, and yes, the 152-inch monster creates a true Full HD 3D world by faithfully reproducing 3D content such as Hollywood 3D movie titles. By employing the newly-developed ultra high-speed 3D drive technology, which adopts the super-efficient quadruple luminous efficiency technology, the new panel achieves a higher illuminating speed, about one fourth the speed of conventional Full HD panels. Thistechnology enables Full HD 3D display on the 152-inch 4K x 2K (4,096 x 2,160 pixels) panel. And yes, Panasonic also released a 3D Full HD camcorder, mainly for the “pro market” though.

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photoshop-quick edit

hi in this post om gonna explain how to edit your photo in to a vector art

import the photo you needed to edit in photoshop

press CTRL+a to select the full photo

then press ctrl+c to copy the full photo

press ctrl+w to close the opened

ctrl+n to open a new document and press ok with necessary document size

now press ctrl+v to paste the document

now click the eliptical marquee from the tools tab

and make a selection according to your wish.

now press ctrl+shift+i to inverse the selection

press the paint bucket tool and select the color you wanted…

now by the photo layer selected press alt+delete key to paint the photo

after this press ctrl+d to deselect the selection

now save the document to the format you wanted…

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Changing the text in a document

select the file that u want to modify and open it in photosho….

select the stamp tool from the tool box….


set the diameter and the hardness of the brush for the stamp tool….

3press ALT and click ina source u want to copy from…..


release the ALT key and start brushing the text that u want to modify…..

5select the text tool from the tool box…

6replace the text by matching the same color and type the text…..


and save it in a required format……….


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Rss…how to subscribe to an rss feed

How to subscribe for an RSS feed

what is rss?

RSS, also know as Rich Site Summary, is an XML format for distributing news headlines on the Web, also known as syndication. …

for more details about how rss works view this video 

Steps to subscribe for a rss feed 

1.Visit the your favorite website, and look for the rss icon .                         



A rss icon looks like the following…


2. when you find the rss icon right click on it and save its link by “copy link address” or “copy shortcut” differs to all           browsers…


3.   After you copy the link’s shortcut you go to google reader …. you can go to google reader by two ways..

     *By signing into gmail and then at the top there will be alink named “Reader”..


    * or by loggin in to straightly at (or) type “” in the address bar in your                 browser.sign in with your google account.

4. The reader page will be opened..and the page looks like this ….


5. At the left top corner there will be a button named “ADD A  SUBSCRIPTION” and click that button .


    inside the text box paste the link that you copied from your favorite website…and click the add button.. 


6.  Now you are subscribed to the feed..


.and they updates will be intimated to you and u can read it..


the feature of rss is dont need to search for updates by going to that websites….

when they automatically update contents in their websites they will be  reditrected to you..

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Ubuntu step by step installation

Ubuntu 9.04 i.e Jaunty is the newest Ubuntu stable version and i am going to discuss here how to install ubuntu Jaunty desktop with step by step procedure.I hope this will help some ubuntu users to install ubuntu Jaunty in their machines,laptops, etc.

First thing is you need to download ubuntu jaunty .iso image from hereonce you have the .iso image you need to create a bootable CD from this and you need to boot your machine using this CD.

Once It starts booting from CD you should see similar to the following screen here select your language and press enter


Here you need to select “Install ubuntu” option and press enter


Ubuntu jaunty installation loading in progress



Select your language for ubuntu installation click on forward


Select your region and city.In this example i am using Europe region,London city and click on forward.


Select your keyboad layout in this example i am using united kingdom and click on forward


Now you can See the following screen with the disks available in your machine here you need to create partitions in this example you can see the 8GB of space for this installation here i am going create a single partition,if you want to create manually use the other option you need to click on forward.

Note:- this is only example partition.In your installation you have to choose specify partitions manually and swap partition should assigned8

Next you need to create User name, password and computer name you can also choose if you want to login automatically or not


If you enter weak password you should see similar to the following screen


List of information available for installation here you need to click on install to start the installation.


If you want to see advanced option screen in the above step as follows



Partitions formatting in progress


Installing ubuntu jaunty system in progress


Installation Completed Succesfully and you need to restart the system by clicking “Restart Now”


        Once it boots you should see similar to the following screen to login



Conclusion :- The ubuntu jaunty installation process was much improved compared to old versions and i hope first time users feel very easy to install.



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