Friday, November 30, 2012

Microsoft Office 2013 with Crack

Microsoft Office 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 (also called Office 2013 and Office 15) is the upcoming version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite for Microsoft Windows,
and the successor to Microsoft Office 2010. Office 2013 includes extended file format support, user interface updates, and support for touch. Office
2013 is also available for Windows RT as well as IA-32 and X86-
64, and requires Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 or later (hence cannot be
installed on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 or other earlier versions).

Office 2013 is more "cloud-based" than previous versions. This is notable as the default save location is the user's SkyDrive. Also, Microsoft is hoping
that users will get Office 2013 through Office 365.
Microsoft Office 2013 includes updated support for ISO/IEC 29500, the International Standard version of Office Open XML (OOXML) file format as
well as OASIS ODF 1.2 which Office 2013 can read and write. Additionally, Office 2013 provides full read, write, and edit support for ISO32000 (PDF).

Microsoft also supports Office Open XML Strict starting, a format which Microsoft has submitted to the ISO for interoperability with other office suites,
and to aid adoption in the public sector.

New features also include new Read mode in Word, a Presentation mode in PowerPoint and improved touch and inking in all of the Office programs.
Microsoft Word can also insert video and audio from online sources as well as the capability to broadcast documents on the Web. Word and
PowerPoint also have bookmark-like features which sync the position of the document between different computers.

• Touch Mode along with touch enhancements.
• Flatter look of the Ribbon interface
• Microsoft Outlook now has a new visualization for scheduled tasks
• New Start Experience
• New alignment lines when moving objects
• Online picture support with content from, and Flickr
• Resume Reading in Word and PowerPoint
• New slide designs, animations and transitions in PowerPoint 2013
• Support for in Outlook

System Requirements
· CPU: 1 GHz processor
· RAM: 1GB for x32 / 2GB for x64
· HDD: 3 GB of available disk space

Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2013



KMS Activator:

Note: Please follow Instructions exactly given
if you have problem, try to make a FRESH INSTALL then active

1. Extract KMSmicro v3.10.rar"

2 .Run KMSmicro as administrator and make the time synchronization (T)

3. 2.Run one of the following cmd-file on behalf of the Adminstrator:
Office 2010 Activate.bat Office 2010-x32 & Windows-x32 or Office 2010-x64 & Windows-x64
Office 2010 (w64-o32) Activate.bat Office 2010-x32 & Windows-x64

.. and your office 2013 is activated

4. Close KMSmicro (S)
 — with office13

Friday, September 28, 2012

Remote Login

Let's say you're preparing a huge PowerPoint presentation for a big meeting on Friday. All of the PowerPoint files and PDFs and images that you want to use in your presentation are saved on the hard drive of your work computer. Thursday rolls around and you wake up with a nasty stomach virus. You don't feel well enough to go to the office, but you need to finish that presentation. Here's where remote login can help.
Until recently, virtual private networks (VPN) were the only way to remotely access work files from home. But VPN access isn't the same as accessing the hard drive of your work computer. VPN gives you access to the local area network (LAN) at your office. With VPN, you're only able to access your PowerPoint presentation files if you've saved them on the network, not just on your computer's hard drive.
Remote login, however, uses simple desktop sharing software to give you a "remote control" for accessing your computer -- and all of its software and hard drive files -- from any Internet-connected device anywhere in the world.
Remote login works exactly the same way as desktop sharing. In desktop sharing, there are two separate parties: the host computer and the remote user. To share a desktop, the host computer allows a remote user to view the contents of the host computer's desktop over the Internet. The host computer can also hand over keyboard and mouse controls to the remote user. With remote log-in, your home or work computer is the host and you (in this case) are the remote user.
Remote login requires three basic components:
  1. Software download
  2. Internet connection
  3. Secure desktop sharing network
[source: GoToMyPC]
For remote login to work, both the host computer and all remote users have to download and install the same desktop sharing software. Desktop sharing software typically includes two distinct programs:
  1. The desktop sharing client that runs on the host computer
  2. A viewer program that allows the remote user to view the contents of the host computer's desktop in a resizable window
[source: GoToMyPC]
Remote login will only work if the host computer is powered on, connected to the Internet and running the desktop sharing software. Each time you open and run the desktop sharing software on the host computer, the software starts a new session. Each session has a particular ID and/or password that's required to remotely log in to the host computer. Once the session has been established, most desktop sharing software quietly runs in the background of the host computer until a remote login request is made.­
To log in to the host computer from home (or while traveling), you'll need to run your version of the same desktop sharing software and enter in the correct session ID or password. Or some services allow you to log in through a Web site. Once you're logged in, both computers will communicate with each other over a secure desktop sharing network. Access to this network can be free or subscription-based, depending on the service. While connected, you'll have access to keyboard controls, mouse controls, all software and all files on the host machine.
For security purposes, all packets of information that are sent over the network are typically encrypted on each end with secure shell (SSH) or 128-bit advanced encryption standard (AES) encoding. For added security, no session IDs or passwords are stored on desktop sharing servers; they're automatically generated by the host machine.
Now let's look at real-time collaboration through desktop sharing.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012


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Tuesday, July 31, 2012


Most of us have experienced a situation where in we need to gain access to a computer which is password protected or at times we may forget the administrator password without which it becomes impossible to login to the computer. So here is an excellent hack using which you can reset the password or make the password empty (remove the password) so that you can gain administrator access to the computer. You can do this with a small tool called  Offline NT Password & Registry Editor. This utility works offline, that means you need to shut down your computer and boot off your using a floppy disk, CD or USB device (such as pen drive). The tool has the following features.
  • You do not need to know the old password to set a new one
  • Will detect and offer to unlock locked or disabled out user accounts!
  • There is also a registry editor and other registry utilities that works under linux/unix, and can be used for other things than password editing.

How it works?

Most Windows operating systems stores the login passwords and other encrypted passwords in a file called sam (Security Accounts Manager). This file can be usually found in \windows\system32\config. This file is a part of Windows registry and remains inaccessible as long as the OS is active. Hence it is necessary that you need to boot off your computer and access this sam file via boot. This tool intelligently gains access to this file and will reset/remove the password associated with administrator or any other account.

The download link for both CD and floppy drives along with the complete instructions is given below
Offline NT Password & Reg Editor Download

It is recommended that you download the CD version of the tool since floppy drive is outdated and doesn’t exist in today’s computer. Once you download you’ll get a bootable image which you need to burn it onto your CD. Now boot your computer from this CD and follow the screen instructions to reset the password.

Another simple way to reset non-administrator account passwords

Here is another simple way through which you can reset the password of any non-administrator accounts. The only requirement for this is that you need to have administrator privileges. Here is a step-by-step instruction to accomplish this task.

1. Open the command prompt (Start->Run->type cmd->Enter)

2. Now type net user and hit Enter

3. Now the system will show you a list of user accounts on the computer. Say for example you need to reset the password of the account by name John, then do as follows

4. Type net user John * and hit Enter. Now the system will ask you to enter the new password for the account. That’s it. Now you’ve successfully reset the password for John without knowing his old password.

So in this way you can reset the password of any Windows account at times when you forget it so that you need not re-install your OS for any reason. I hope this helps.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Internet Speed


1. Logon as Administrator.
2. Start->Run-> Type gpedit.msc
3. Expand "Local Computers Policy".
4. Then expand "Administrative Templates"
5. Then Expand "Network Branch"
6. Highlight the "QoS Packet Scheduler"
7. On Right Window Double Click "Limit Reservable Bandwidth"
8. On Setting Tab Check The "Enabled"
9. Change "Bandwidth limit %" to 0

You're done.It would be a good idea to reboot after this.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Windows Customization

          Any tutorial dealing with Windows Registry requires the user to have at least some knowledge of computers. A single wrong move can destroy entire Windows. shall NOT be responsible for any loss. Do everything at your own risk.
1. Backup your entire Windows Registry first. To do this, open up Windows Registry using Run

2. Once in registry, you need to click File, and select Export to save the registry in a new file.
3. Save the registry file anywhere you’d like
4. Once you are done with the entire process of backing up the registry, let us get on with the tweak. Navigate to the following location:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Policies\System

5. Now make changes to the following Registry Keys.
legalnoticecaption – It is used to make changes to the caption
leganoticetext – It is used to make changes to the welcome text below the main caption

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

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