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No longer are the days when you require a CD for installing your Windows Operating System. Today you can also install your Window with the help of a USB drive and in very less time. You can also use this technique when your system is not having any DVD optical drive. This technique is very simple and you can try this without any hassle. Below is the procedure and requirement material for the same.
There are a number of ways in which you can create live USB Drivers for Windows. This article discusses the two most popular ways in which you can accomplish this task. Before getting to the installation steps and the creation of live USB drivers, let us have a look at what all is required during this process. The very first thing that you need to have is a 1 GB or bigger USB drive duly formatted as Fat32. Though you can easily catch hold of a USB drive that is formatted as FAT32, however if you do not get one with this specification then you can format it on your own.
Today Most of the people trust Nero and use it for burning their CD/DVD’s. If you are looking for a new Nero version then your wait is over as now Nero has launched its 11th version which contains lots of improved features along with some new one. Also the new version of Nero supports all version of Windows Operating System. But this means that Nero 11 should also work on Window 8 but unfortunately it does not Work on it. When you try to run Nero on your system having Window 8 the error occur showing a message that “Nero requires that your computer is running Windows XP at least SP3, Windows Vista with at least SP1, or Windows 7”. You also can’t run Nero 11 in its compatible mode in Windows 8. There are many people who are having a legal copy of Nero 11 and they eagerly want to install Nero 11 on their system having Windows 8. So don’t worry as with little work you can easily install Nero 11 on your system containing Window 8 Operating System.
Tilda is a Ubuntu drop-down console. Today, we would learn how to install this drop-down console in the Ubuntu Linux system. The installation process of this console is quite easy. The Properties dialog box would appear as soon as you type this command. Close it as you do not require this dialog box right now. Press the F1 key to open the console. If you need to go to the properties window for changing any settings then just right click on the window and select preferences.
The Properties dialog box would appear as soon as you type this command. Close it as you do not require this dialog box right now. Press the F1 key to open the console. If you need to go to the properties window for changing any settings then just right click on the window and select preferences. You may open the Tilda drop-down by tapping a single key on your keyboard. The dropdown would appear on the top of your Ubuntu Linux screen. Tilda is known to be better than the usual Ubuntu console. Many people are installing this drop-down console as it is quite easy to use and its installation process is also simple.
Most of the users of Windows 8 know that there are many new hidden features in it. One of the features is that in which date and time is displayed on the logon screen. Generally the Logon screen of Window 8 is a small application which helps in getting the next version of the Windows Log On feature in Windows 7 also. It is because Window 7 does not display same date and time on the logon screen. The main benefit of this tool is that it does not display the default logon screen of Windows 7. This technique is similar to the “clear lock software” with the help of which you can add a transparent log on screen to Window 7’s desktop. Due to its beta version you can also experience so many bugs in it. Just after running these tools you can enjoy the transparent logon screen with date, time, user’s picture and Windows 7 edition name.