Sunday, 29 July 2012

Download MP3 Songs from Youtube

I know... For some of us, this would be weird, but yes, its true... We all love songs, but the greatest hassle is googling them and downloading them from websites such as MP3Raid or BeeMP3. We are also familiar with the fact that each and every song is available on the global video website, YouTube. So, today I'll show you how to make a system that allows you to download MP3 songs from YouTube. What it basically does is that it extracts the audio from a youtube video, and makes it available to you for download in MP3 format, ready for use...!

Monday, 9 July 2012

Remove/Hide Blogger Navbar and Footer

Ok, now we will consider a scenario that you've made your very own blog @, and have made it extremely dashing and beautiful with the template designer, and what you don't like is the navigation bar (most probably blue) at the top, with a blogger sign and some other options... The same happened with me when I started mine. I could not resist the fact that whosoever visits my blog sees the stupid navigation bar on top, and the "Powered by Blogger" footer at the end... If you think like me, then lets learn how to remove/hide these stupid items...
At this stage, we usually have two options... One to hide the bar and footer, and the other to completely remove them from our blog... Well, I prefer hiding it, as this will not go against the blogger rules, and its easier... If we choose to remove it, we might have to edit the entire HTML script of your blog. Therefore, lets continue with the easiest hiding one...!

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Activating Office 2010 w/ Office 2010 Toolkit

We all might have used MS Office 2007, and after hearing about the new release, have once tried to upgrade to Office 2010, like I did, but reverted back to the old version because of the activation problem.  If you are stuck on MS Office 2007, you should upgrade to Office 2010, because the activation process is here. Read on for the process!

PowerISO 4.8 (Full Version with Serial Keys)

About the Software:

PowerISO is a powerful CD / DVD / BD image file processing tool, which allows you to open, extract, burn, create, edit, compress, encrypt, split and convert ISO files, and mount ISO files with internal virtual drive. It can process almost all CD / DVD / BD image files including ISO and BIN files. PowerISO provides an all-in-one solution. You can do every thing with your ISO files and disc image files.

Windows XP Professional SP3 (x86) - Fully Activated

About Windows XP:
Windows XP Professional delivers a reliable foundation you can count on to keep your computer up and running when you need it most. Not only is the operating system more reliable, it also offers features that make it much faster and easier to recover from system problems. Windows XP Professional, the new standard in reliability and performance, is designed for businesses of all sizes, and for individuals who demand the most from their computing experience.

IGI 2 - Covert Strike (Full Version)


I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike is a computer game developed by Innerloop Studios and released by Codemasters in 2003. The game is a stealth-based first person shooter. It is the sequel to Innerloop's Project I.G.I.: I'm Going In. The original, published by Eidos Interactive, offered only single-player play. Chris Ryan, a former Special Air Service operative best known for being the lone successful escapee of Bravo Two Zero, served as a consultant to the game. The box art is similar to the poster for GoldenEye.
The game's plot features a rogue Chinese General, "Wu Xing" as the primary antagonist. Xing orchestrates various events (such as armed robbery of advanced prototype technology from the Russian mafia) in order to get Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weaponry on a space rocket that he has launch control over. At the end of the game, the protagonist David Jones is finally able to defeat him and stop the launch.
The game was banned in China, because it "intentionally blackened China and the Chinese army's image".[1] It received generally negative reviews by critics.[2][3]