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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

How To Download Windows 10 Free In Pakistan

How To Download Windows 10 Free In Pakistan
How To Download Windows 10 Free In Pakistan

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How To Download Windows 10 Free In Pakistan
How To Download Windows 10 Free In Pakistan

Dropbox strengthens its integration into Facebook Messenger

Dropbox have announced a partnership with Facebook to integrate its online storage service directly within the Messenger application. It aims to facilitate the sharing of files stored in Dropbox. Dropbox continues its integration strategy and trying to get a foot in all applications and tools in vogue. After convincing many players such as Microsoft to integrate its tools in their programs, it is the turn of Facebook to give in to the charms of online storage service. Messenger also developing the integration of third-party services and therefore sees naturally joust integration with Dropbox. Cette announcement comes as Facebook is preparing for its annual conference F8, the kick should be given tonight.

This allows a user to access an option to share files hosted on the cloud Dropbox directly with his interlocutors. The option is in the "More" menu for users. Dropbox says as images, videos and animated images will be displayed directly in the application. For files of other types such as text or other presentation documents, a link will allow the user to download in order to view them on their phone.

Users wishing to enjoy the application will need a Dropbox account and the Messenger application, all in their latest versions. Dropbox integration multiplies in mobile applications and desktop, a means for storing service to expand its user base and position itself as a key service for sharing files. In recent months, the company has announced partnerships with Acrobat Reader or its integration within the Office suite.

Ransomware broken Petya, data is recoverable

Security: Security experts have found a technique to get rid of ransomware Petya and so recover data from a hard drive without having to pay a ransom to cyber criminals. The rançonneur Petya software was detected last month by security researchers. Ranked in the family of ransomware, it makes inaccessible data from one hard drive to its owner. To regain access, it must pay a sum of money.

Victims of Petya will however no longer forced to do so now. Using an algorithm, it proves possible to break the encryption key preventing access to data and restore the Master Boot Record (MBR), the boot partition that allows the computer to initiate the launch of its operating system.
Hard drive data to crack the key

BleepingComputer.com of computer experts have confirmed the efficacy of this technique, which assumes, however, first to extract some very specific data from the hard disk. Not accessible to everyone, then? No indeed, but a security expert Emsisoft Fabian Wosar, designed a free tool to do this extraction. The hard drive must be connected to another computer, however. The extracted data is then transmitted to a web application leostone which then break the key. Finally, through this key, users can restart their computer's hard drive. At the screen where the ransom is demanded by Petya, it can enter the key and unlock access to its data.

Windows 10: The interactive now blue screen with a QR Code

By scanning the code with their smartphone, the user will be directed to a web page listing the problems that can lead to an error. Better than nothing. This is obviously discreetly Microsoft has updated its mythical blue screen (of death) for Windows 10. All users of the Microsoft OS knows this screen arising after a bug of the machine and calling for a reboot or a scan of the hard drive. For the average person, this screen is synonymous with large seed and is usually perfectly incompréhensible. Même if it appears less frequently than in the past, the BSoD or "blue screen of death" remains a source of anxiety.

To better guide and reassure its users, Redmond has decided to decorate the screen of a QR code that the user can scan with their smartphone. It will then be redirected to a new page where Microsoft lists the known issues that may lead to such type of error (usually highly codified). What afford to learn more about the problem of his PC before taking any action? This listing page will be updated regularly. Anecdotally, it is recalled that the blue screen of death is a creation of Steve Ballmer. Not satisfied with the CTRL-ALT-DEL Windows 3.1 screen, so that's it, then head of the Systems division, which was rewritten. As tells the Redmond Company on his blog, the former Microsoft CEO himself wrote the text of this screen in Windows 3.1 and can be triggered through the CTRL-ALT-DEL.

Ballmer was then the boss of Microsoft Systems Division. On the occasion of a visit to the Windows team, it is therefore presenting this feature. "It's pretty, but I do not like the text message. It does not sound good to me, "he had however judged. So it's finally him who will draft the text.

Apple: what if the physical keyboard of the MacBook disappeared?

Apple has filed a patent to replace our conventional keyboards with tactile approach embellished with 3D Touch. Reality or science fiction? At a time when global PC sales continue to plunge, reaching a historic low not seen since 2007, Apple is it about to change the game in this market? If some are betting on hybrid formats 2 in 1 (whose growth is also strong), Apple could go, if one believes a patent recently issued and filed in September.

The idea? Replace the old physical keyboard with a virtual keyboard sensitive to pressure, as the last iPhone or the latest Mac trackpads. Said patent presents "a structure with several pressure levels for electronic device" with haptic feedback (so that the user can 'feel' that a key is pressed). In addition to a new design that necessarily reduce the thickness of the computer, this approach also limits the potential breakage since the mechanical parts disappear.

Moreover, the user can configure the virtual keyboard at will by associating certain keys to certain functions or enlarge the size of the keys, which could be interesting for the visually impaired or the elderly. The question remains at 100 euros Apple intend one day exploit the patent? The firm shall file a lot but does not use them all.

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