Install Windows XP / 7/ 8 From Flash /Pen Drive : Step by Step Tutorial.

Step 1 :  Insert the operating system CD / DVD disc in the CD / DVD Rom. Copy the disk and make a folder inside the hard disk and.Remember that if you  Anti-Virus is running then disable it. Then install WinSetupFromUSB software to download the software click the following links:

Step 2:  Now attached the pen drive to the PC. Format the pen drive and the connected with your PC.

Step 3 : Once WinSetupFromUSB software is downloaded then install it.

Step 4 : After WinSetupFromUSB software is running , the operating system on which you want to boot, check the box next to its name and click.

Install Windows XP / 7/ 8 From Flash /Pen Drive : Step by Step Tutorial.
Step 5 : Then click the browse button, the folder, CD / DVD disc which kept a copy, select the folder and click OK

Install Windows XP / 7/ 8 From Flash /Pen Drive : Step by Step Tutorial.
Step 6 : Now click the GO button. Then bootable process start.

Install Windows XP / 7/ 8 From Flash /Pen Drive : Step by Step Tutorial.

Install Windows XP / 7/ 8 From Flash /Pen Drive : Step by Step Tutorial.
Step 7 : Wait (5-10 minutes).Step 8 : When bootable process was complete “Job Done!” Message will appear.

Install Windows XP / 7/ 8 From Flash /Pen Drive : Step by Step Tutorial.

Click OK. Then click on the EXIT button.

Step 9 : Restart the PC and enter the boot menu, First Boot Device as USB Device is selected.
Step 10 : Other Process will start working automatically.

After the boot from pen drive

Try (hd0, 0): FAT 32:

After a while

EXPER IMENTAL-Start PLoP boot manager
Windows XP/2000/2003 Set up

Wait for 8 seconds, you will see these options.

First part of windows xp professional sp2/sp3 setup from partition 0
Second part of 2000/xp/2003setup/Boot first internal hard disk

Wait another 8 seconds. Now the installation is complete.

New generation Wallpapers for windows 7

Okozo Desktop
Okozo Desktop
Okozo Desktop

The era of STATIC Wallpaper is about to get over with the introduction of DYNAMIC wallpapers.

Dynamic wallpapers are a kind of wallpaper + screen saver program that runs on the desktop of any PC having windows7 or vista as the OS.

U can download the OKOZO DESKTOP software to have access to loads of fun and fascinating dynamic wallpapers.

There are 6 categories in all ( right now ) in okozo… namely –

  1. Abstract- this category comprises of ABSTRACT wallpapers that cant be customized but give ur desktop a pleasing look 🙂 My personal favorite in this category is THE PARTICLE STORM.
  2. Cartoons– this contains a number of cartoon / funny animated wallpapers.
  3. Clocks– contains a number of animated digital and analog clocks.. USEFUL 🙂
  4. Galleries-This is the best category according to me because we can customize it by using our own images and adding them to a particular wallpaper and then using them as the dynamic wallpaper 🙂  my favorite in it is the BACKGROUND ROTATOR.
  5. Interactive– this is the funny and best category to pass time with 😀 it consists of animated wallpapers having different characters ( like insects, hamsters, cars, etc) that respont to our mouse pointer. My personal favorite is the HAMSTER.
  6. Other– this has a list of some other wallpapers which are also pretty cool and my favorite is FALLING LEAVES 🙂


  1. Goto the website link mentioned at the end of this post ( but 1st read the complete post! ).
  2. Download the OKOZO software from the homepage, you can see a DOWNLOAD tab on top right corner of homepage.
  3. You will need to have the latest updated ADOBE flash player ( dont worry, if you dont have it, then OKOZO will itself ask you to install it, u just have to follow the instructions during installation ).
  4. Once u have the software installed ( u’ll get its icon in the system tray), you can download wallpapers by clicking on the WALLPAPERS button in the software. (see image below).
  5. Before downloading, when u click on a wallpaper, u’ll be able to see its preview and u can interact with it using your pointer in the window. (cool huh!)
  6. Once you have downloaded the wallpaper double click on it to install it, open the OKOZO software and click on RELOAD tab. You’ll get the wallpaper in a few seconds and there you go 🙂
  7. The wallpapers which can be customized have a CONFIGURE tab also ( see image below ).
  8. To use the selected wallpaper, click APPLY

Windows Mobile 7

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 promises to bring together contacts, photos, music and video into one smooth mobile experience. It’s holistic design aims to bring together web content, applications and services into a single view port, making you master of all you survey. Microsoft is introducing the new mobile OS at Mobile World Congress 2010, in Barcelona next month.

A New Home

The home screen, or Start, on Windows Phone 7 Series can be customized with live “tiles” that show the latest updates from the Web. In a radical departure from the earlier versions, the new one stop home screen provides access to contacts, web content, social networking services and local applications. Big, finger-loving notice icons or “tiles” for calls, text messages, email and of course Facebook etc stare you right in the face. Large, iconic text for menus, and content transitions slide a user into and out of different views. If you thought it’s just a pretty skin, think again. This is a brand new OS with fresh underlying code, not a mere rehash of the old guard offering a new user interface experience.

Social Networking

The OS is also heavily focused on social networking, providing integrated contact pages which show status updates from multiple services and allow fast jumps to richer cloud content (such as photo galleries). Rather than relying on applications and skins, Windows Phone 7 comes with social networking support wired right in.

Xbox Live and Zune Integration

The Xbox Live integration offers LIVE games, avatars and profiles and Zune’s features seem to be copy pasted directly in to the new OS. In fact Zune users will not be surprised by the new OS’s interface. Zune HD games run like hell on the Tegra Chip it uses. Will they play well with the Snapdragon chips, Windows Phone will most probably prevail with? Or are we going to see OMAP4 and Tegra 2 devices? Stay tuned for more updates.


With regards to hardware, the 7 Series devices will all sport a specific CPU and speed, screen aspect ratio and resolution, memory and button configuration and will not partner with UI customizers like Sense or TouchWiz. Which means every Windows Phone 7 will sport a single Windows Phone identity regardless of carrier or device brand. Which means they will all look shockingly similar at first sight. Carrier collaborations  include AT&T, Deutsche Telekom AG, Orange, SFR, Sprint, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, Telstra, T-Mobile USA, Verizon Wireless and Vodafone while hardware partners include Dell, Garmin-Asus, HTC, HP, LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba and Qualcomm.

Is it time to conclude already? I think the game is just beginning. When I sat down to write about the burning hot smartphone OS market, I was thinking iPhone OS vs Android vs Blackberry vs Palm. Little did I know an old timer was going to make a radical new entry into the fray all over again. And it appears like Microsoft has finally got it after all these years. Burning bridges and adopting a radical approach may not be enough to come out tops but it sure as hell has brought them face to face with the top warriors of the smartphone war.

How to Install Ubuntu in Windows

Wubi is an officially supported Ubuntu installer for Windows users that can bring you to the Linux world with a single click. Wubi allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu as any other Windows application, in a simple and safe way.

That sums it up pretty well. You can use your Windows (98, 2000, XP, Vista) Control Panel to add/remove it as easily as any other Windows app.

The key thing about Wubi (Windows based Ubuntu Installer) is that you do not have to do any partitioning. It simply creates a file in Windows that both systems treat as if it’s a separate partition. You can choose the size of that file when you install.

In Windows, download the Wubi installer here. The initial options can be set at the main screen.

wubi installing

When choosing the drive to host your new Ubuntu installation, try to pick your C drive if possible. I’ve had nothing but bad luck trying to run a Wubi installation from a drive partition other than the one running Windows. Also, when it comes the deciding how much space to allocate to Ubuntu, I wouldn’t suggest going much below 20Gb if you plan to get much done.

Note the Desktop Environment option in the lower left corner. With Wubi, you have the option of four versions of Ubuntu:

  • Ubuntu – With GNOME, the standard option
  • Kubuntu – With KDE, a more “Windowsy” desktop
  • Xubuntu – With XFCE, more lightweight than GNOME or KDE
  • Mythbuntu – A PVR system using MythTV and XFCE

Once you’re ready to install, you’ll have to wait for the full ISO to download.

wubi main screen

How it works

While we’re waiting for the download, we might as well go over exactly what’s happening. Instead of creating a partition to hold Linux and all its files, Wubi creates a loop device inside a file (typically C:\Ubuntu\disks\root.disk), which Windows treats as if it was a separate partition or hard drive.

When you boot the computer, you’ll see the Windows bootloader asking which OS to boot. If you choose Ubuntu, the Windows bootloader opens the file Wubi created earlier, and the Linux inside thinks it’s running on a typical Linux partition.

Finishing Up

I found that doing the Ubuntu 9.04 install over Wubi was quite comfortable and clear. I’ve suggested Wubi to a few potential converts, and I think I’ll continue to do so. In particular, I like how easy Wubi makes it to choose which of the various Ubuntu flavors to install. I think that makes it a little easier for people to try out something they’d otherwise never think to download. I look forward to seeing what the developers come up with in the future.

Free MP3 Converters For Windows

Here is a list of 6 amazingly free MP3 Converters which makes audio conversion perfected, effortlessly convert between different formats. You can convert audio files from many different file formats to mp3, wav or wma. For example convert wav to mp3, mp3 to wav, wma to mp3 and many other formats.


FreeRIP is a Windows software that lets you extract audio CD tracks and save them to WMA, MP3, Ogg, Wav, or FLAC audio files (this process is known as CD ripping or CD to MP3 conversion)

Link :



Free Mp3 Wma Converter can Convert all your Mp3, Wma, Ogg, Aac, M4a, Ac3, Ape, Flac, Wav files. You will be able to convert you itunes music library (m4a format) to mp3, wma, ogg, etc…


Switch Audio Converter


Audio converter for Windows or Mac OS X. Convert audio files from many different file formats to mp3, wav or wma. For example convert wav to mp3, mp3 to wav, wma to mp3 or many other formats.


BonkEnc – Free audio converter

BonkEnc is a free audio converter and CD ripper which integrates various popular formats and encoders. It currently supports MP3, MP4/M4A, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, and Bonk files


SUPER – Universal Player Encoder & Renderer


If you need a simple, yet very efficient tool to convert (encode) or play any Multimedia file, without reading manuals or spending long hours training, then SUPER © is all you need. It is a Multimedia Encoder and a Multimedia Player, easy-to-use with 1 simple click.

Link :



MediaCoder is a free universal batch media transcoder, which nicely integrates most popular audio/video codecs and tools into an all-in-one solution. With a flexible and extendable architecture, new codecs and tools are added in constantly as well as supports for new devices.

Link :

Microsoft to Replace Windows with Midori Operating System?

In some years time the most popular operating system (OS) in the World may become obsolete as Microsoft begins the search for a replacement software. SD Times reports that the plan is to create a new OS, called Midori, which will eventually replace the Windows OS in a few years time. Although the project is still in its early stages, if successful Midori will be based on a new Microsoft model known as “Asynchronous Promise Architecture”.

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Rather than being tied to a hard disc, the new OS will be run natively or hosted across multiple platforms to take advantage of the perceived mobility of future computer users. This would make it easier to manage physical hardware devices and possibly give Microsoft an edge as more and more applications migrate to the Web in future.

While we do not know how and when the Midori architecture will be launched, it still is a very exciting and ambitious prospect (creating a virtual and portable OS that can be easily combined to share data among many machines in different computer gadgets). However, the task of replacing Windows will not be an easy one for Microsoft and how they intend to cope with its financial challenges can only be imagined.