Smart App of Anroid


I found very handy and cool App  to catch Virtual Desktop of VMWare’s View on Tablet/Smart Phone devices.  Following is complete detail and features of app imitating from Google’s App Store.

VMware View for Android

VMware View Client for Android makes it easy to access your Windows virtual desktop from your Android device with the best possible user experience on the Local Area Network (LAN) or across a Wide Area Network (WAN).

IMPORTANT NOTE:  VMware View 4.6.1 or VMware View 5 or later is required for the VMware View Client for Android. Contact your IT department for further assistance.

WORK THE WAY YOU WANT TO

Work on your Windows based VMware View virtual desktop right from your Android device giving you on the go access from any location. Support for the PCoIP display protocol means your desktop is fast and responsive regardless of where you are.

BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

Feel right at home with support for native Android gestures for quick and easy navigation around your desktop. Need to do something more complex? Call up the trackpad for better mouse targeting or the keyboard for efficient text input.

SIMPLE CONNECTIVITY

Tightly integrated with the VMware View for simple setup and connectivity. Quickly reconnect to you desktop by selecting from the recent desktop list.

UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE

The adaptive capabilities of the PCoIP protocol are optimized to deliver the best user experience even over low bandwidth and high latency connections.

SECURE FROM ANY LOCATION

At your desk or away from the office you’re always secure. Access your View desktop over WiFi or 4G/LTE and with tight VMware View integration your desktop is delivered securely to you wherever you are.

FEATURES

1. Supports VMware View 4.6.1, 5.0 and later brokers

2. PCoIP only connectivity for excellent interactive performance

3. Optimized user experience for Android tablets

4. Multiple broker support

5. Up to four recent desktops

6. Supports English, German, French, Korean, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese

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How to Remove Recycler Folder Virus/Autorun Virus


This is very common virus in Windows operating systems and annoying computer users.  It spreads itself via removable media like USB flash memory cards or pen drives. Once inside your computer then can disable your anti-virus program, block access to computer protection websites and slow down speed of  your computer.  How to remove it? Lets start:

Stop It from Task Manager

  • Press the “Ctrl,” “Shift” and “Esc” keys at the same time to start the Task Manager or launch the task manager from “Ctrl”, “Alt” and “Del” option.
  • Click the “Processes” tab in the Task Manager’s window and select “ctfmon.exe.”
  • Click “End Process” at the bottom of the window and close the Task Manager.

Remove from Registry

  • Go to the “Start” menu, type “regedit” in the “Start Search” box or in Run option and hit “Enter” to start the Registry Editor.
  • Browse to and delete the following entry:
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ActiveSetup\ Installed Components\ {08B0E5C0-4FCB-11CF-AAX5-90401C608512}
  • Close the Registry Editor.

Delete the File

  • Go to the “Start” menu, type “ctfmon.exe” in the “Start Search” box and hit “Enter” or search entire computer/all partitions.
  • Right-click the search result(s) and select “Delete.
  • Restart your computer.
Note: You must create registry backup in order to meet any abnormal behavior or accidental deletion of registry entry other than I have describe above.  If your Regedit, Folder Options and Task Manager is disabled by Autorun Virus then Download this “Remove Restriction Tool“.  Which is very smart tool to re-enable all your disabled options by the viruses.  In the last, scan your all USBs/Pen Drives with Flash Disinfector to remove recycler virus from them.

Using Recycler Virus Removal Tool to delete the virus automatically

Autorun Remover is a specialized autorun removal tool to clean the autorun type virus including recycler virus, with it, you can get rid of the autorun.inf and recycler.exe easily and quickly.

  1. Download and install Autorun Virus Remover;
  2. if you USB drives has autorun.inf folder in it, insert it into computer;
  3. Execute the tool, Click ‘Start’ to execute the scan.

If Autorun Remover is blocked by the recyclers virus then run system in safe mode and try again. To do this reboot your system and tap F8 repeatedly when system starts up.

Autorun Virus Remover is the most effectively autorun antivirus software in the market, with the product, it is an easy job for you to block any autorun.inf virus from USB drives.

Creating Additional Partition Without Re-Installing Windows Vista/Seven


One month ago, I was standing in front of Laptop shop to purchase Laptop.  The shop keeper of that shop was discussing with some one else there and saying to him, “it is not possible to create additional partition without re-installing windows Vista and above flavors. Specially when you have OEM installed operating systems which came with just one partition.  This was totally wrong statement just because the lack of knowledge so I get involved there and give the short brief on new option of  “shrink” the volume facility in Windows Vista and Above  operating systems.  After that lot of friends of mine asked the same question from me so I  have decide to write a article on the feature of shrink with complete details.

In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, resizing your volumes or re-partitioning your hard drive has become a lot easier than in previous Windows versions.  This article will show you “how to shrink an existing partition or volume using Disk Management” in Windows Vista/7 to create unallocated disk space, from which you can create a new partition or volume.

1. You must login with administrative privileged account then click on my computer then select Manage.

 

2. Computer Management Window will appear, In the left pane under Storage, click on Disk Management. (See screenshot below)

3. Right click on partition C:, which is the only partition having Operating System installed on it then Select Shrink.

 4. When you click on shrink volume option, Disk Management will analyse the partition in order to make additional unallocated space for new partition and what to kept for existing C: partition where OS resides.

 5. After analyzing following report will be generated which I have already describe on screen shot select the size to extract out the unallocated space from the C: partition.

 6. As you can see I have selected the all what is available to extract.  Now I have unallocated space from which I can make news partitions according to my need.  I will just use the all unallocated space for my new partition.

 7. Right click on it and select new simple volume and then select which type of partition do you want, you can select primary, extended or multiple logical in the extended one.  I am making the another primary partition from this unallocated space.

 8. That’s It after a short wizard I have make the new primary partition.

 9. The most interesting thing here is, you can re-merge this partition again after deleting the newly created partition by right clicking on it then select delete.

10. After deleting the same you will have again unallocated space like this.

 11. Now when unallocated space available, right click on drive C: and select extend.

 12. Short wizard will appear to ask how much space you want to merge in C:, I have select again all by clicking next.

 

 13. Now I have again C: partition having all of my Disk Space.

 

 Thanks, Please comment if you have any query.

Windows 8 Themes


I have already shared the article on step by step installing windows 8 consumer preview in virtual environment.  Now its time to share some popular themes for Windows 8.  Microsoft has made some changes in themes.  These themes will not work on Windows 7, but Windows 7 themes can be installed on Windows 8.  Enjoy!….

 

What is Cloud Computing


World is moving fast and now everyone is migrating their data online for better safety and quick access. Cloud Computing is a new computing service through which users can access shared resources, software and information over a network. Cloud Computing is a general term that delivers hosted services on the internet. It is a new technology where no installation of applications is required and users can access the files on any computer with internet access.

Yahoo, Gmail, Google Docs etc are the best real time examples of Cloud Computing where you don’t have to install any application on your system or server. Cloud Computing provides computation, data access, data management, storage resources to users and they can use it without having any knowledge of cloud infrastructure.

 

 

Types of Clouds

There are two types of clouds Public and Private.

  • Public Cloud: Public Cloud is open for all the users connected to the internet. Here everyone shares and uses the same information without interrupting other users using the same cloud. This type of cloud requires very high bandwidth.
  • Private Cloud: Private Cloud is only for the members or users of an organization which helps them to work use shared resources quickly and efficiently. This doesn’t require very high bandwidth.

How Does Cloud Computing Works

Before proceeding to concept of how it works first of all imagine a scenario in your mind. Suppose you are hosting a website on your machine or on local server then you have to install WAMP on windows or LAMP on Linux to keep your website live. However if you deploy your website on the cloud then you don’t have to think about your system configuration and operating system running on your machine or server. Now it the headache of the cloud service provider to give you require configuration and bandwidth on their server.

Now we will shift our focus How Does Cloud Computing Works? Cloud Computing is done through various layers known as Cloud Layers. There are five different layers used in Cloud Computing. Here is brief overview of each layer.

  • Cloud Application Layer:- This layer is also known as Software as a Service (SaaS). It is most utilized and visible (Front-end) layer to the end-users using the cloud. This layer is completely for the use of users. Sometimes you have to pay some fee to use SaaS applications.
  • Cloud Software Environment Layer: This is the second layer of Cloud Architecture and it is also known as Platform as a Service (PaaS). In this layer Application Developers role comes in play, Here developers develops and install new applications and deploys it on cloud to give more flexibility to cloud users.
  • Cloud Software Infrastructure Layer: this is a basic cloud service layer which is also known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). It is a physical layer which manages the data, storage, firewalls etc on the cloud. This layer can be categorized into three parts: Computational resources, Data Storage and Communications.
  • Software Kernel: This layer is also known as Operating System (OS) layer which ensures the system is working correctly and all the required applications have installed on it. This layer basically provides the software management for the physical servers that compose the cloud.
  • Hardware and Firmware: This is the last and backbone layer of our Cloud which is also known as Hardware as a Service (HaaS) or Virtualization layer. This layer is the foundation of our cloud technology. In this layer, large number of virtual machines are connected and configured for the hosting of cloud.

Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing

Pros

  • It is not much expensive software to setup a cloud server.
  • Applications can be easily migrated from one physical server to another.
  • It is most reliable service to store data and data can be recovered after any disaster.
  • Avoid Expense of updates and maintenance.
  • Access program and files from anywhere.
  • Run complicated programs without the technical experience.
  • Allows the experts to do updates and preventative maintenance quickly
  • It works smoothly and has high performance.
  • It provides high security to our data and can recover any time after any misshapen.
  • You don’t have to purchase licence copy of same software to run in an organization.

Cons

Nothing is perfect in this world. Everything has some drawbacks along with their benefits.

  • Security is the major advantage in Cloud Computing but you have to trust on the cloud service providers for that.
  • Whole our database is on third party’s hand and which again comes down to trust.

Cloud Computing has garnered so much popularity in short span of time and there are big named brands like Google, Yahoo, Amazon etc which are investing heavily in it.