All Car Stereo Systems still do not support MP3 Formats and we still have to rely on Standard Audio Discs our Auxiliary Connectivity to external devices to play our favorite tracks
Well if your Car Stereo can play DVD; then DVD Audio is the best option for you. Since its not a commonly used format; it requires a 3rd Party Tool to achieve this.
Roxio Creater Pro is a recommended and reliable software that will convert your MP3 or any standard audio format to DVD Quality Tracks
In an average 4.7GB DVD, you can burn up to 33 hours of high quality tracks. So with a 8.7GB DVD you can pretty much burn an entire generation of music on a single DVD
Do try this out and provide your feedback.
There are many backup Solutions available; both on the Cloud (Dropbox for lite users; Carbonite for heavy users) and Hardware Based (NAS Storage; Sonicwall CDP)
But If you are an individual or a small office and have no more money than an external hard drive to spend on; a simple XCOPY backup solution is what will get you through
- Open a Notepad and add commands as below
- XCOPY /e/c/y/v/d <source directory> <target directory>
- You may add as many XCOPY commands as you would like considering the directories that need to be backed up
- An effective XCOPY backup command when run should be error free; without user prompt and incremental. You should use the appropriate syntax to achive this. You may refer to URL for syntax details
- Once done save the text file as <filename>.bat
- If its one time backup you want; you may run the file just once.
- If its a scheduled backup; use the default windows Task Scheduler (taskschd.msc) to setup a periodic backup schedule
The higher the resolution of the PDF; the better the chances of extracting Text from it.
If you have any version of Adobe Acrobat 9 and above; the task is pretty straight forward.
From the Menu – Document – OCR Text Recognition – Recognize Text using OCR (Single File) / Recognize Text in Multiple Files using OCR
Once this is done; you should be able to select; copy and search text from the document. You may also choose to save this file as a Word Document for easier editing. But you expect most of the formatting to be lost when saved to Word or any other editable format
If you do not have any licensed software and still want to get this done; there is a Online Solution available as well
They provide a Free Full Functional Demo worth 20 Credits (up to 62 pages)
Sophos though very light weight and easier to manage than most other Anti Virus Programs out there; it can get cumbersome getting to uninstall it.
Below is a link to a Batch File which can get you through this task with ease
This applies to a Microsoft Exchange Setup; where Instant Search does not retrieve results from Contacts Folder of your mailbox and also when your default data file (PST) is your local PST.
- First thing to do would be to Rebuild your Outlook Indexes
- Change the Default PST file from your Outlook Profile to Mailbox
- Open Outlook
- As the Index Rebuilds; please try to do a search from your Mailbox Contacts; it should work perfectly.
- Once the Index is completely rebuilt; you can revert back the default data file to your local PST
The following tip is applicable only to Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit) and Windows 8 (32 bit and 64 bit)
Prior to formatting a desktop PC or a laptop, browse to the location, C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Sticky Notes, and copy the file “StickyNotes.snt” to a USB Stick or even to a shared network location. Format the PC or laptop and once the OS is restored, copy back the User Profile that was backed up (or even a new user profile would do), copy and paste the “StickNote.snt” file to the same location as stated above.
PS: After a fresh installation, one might not find the Sticky Notes folder. This is because the Sticky Notes application was not opened. Open the application at once (by searching for Sticky Notes) and the folder will appear by itself.
Looks to be a bug in Blackberry Z10.
Best option would be to delete and recreate the Active Sync Setup on the Phone
There are about 3 Ways you can achieve this.
But I would stay clear explaining anything else but Navicat – The best DB GUI Admin Tool available in the market
To import .nk2 files into Outlook 2010, follow these steps:
- Make sure that the backed up .nk2 file is in the following folder:
Note The .nk2 file must have the same name as your current Outlook 2010 profile. By default, the profile name is “Outlook.” To check the profile name, follow these steps:
- Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
- Double-click Mail.
- In the Mail Setup dialog box, click Show Profiles.
- Click Start, and then click Run.
- In the Open box, type outlook.exe /importnk2, and then click OK. This should import the .nk2 file into the Outlook 2010 profile.Note After you import the .nk2 file, the contents of the file are merged into the existing nickname cache or Auto-Complete List that is currently stored in your mailbox.
Install the Skype Desktop client instead