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Internet Download Manager 6.12 Build 26 [Preactivated] by mahaar92

Sunday, 9 December 2012

Internet Download Manager 6.12 Build 26

~ Preactivated
~ Silent installation
~ No serial
~ No crack

What's new in version 6.12 Final Build 26?

(Released: Nov 21, 2012)

~ Added support for Firefox 19
~ Improved IE 10 integration
~ Improved Google Chrome integration

How to install?

1. Uninstall oldest version – restart
2. Unrar and run exe file (just double click)
3. Have fun! 

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Download Windows 8 Professional release preview version With Product Key by mahaar92

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Windows 8 Professional - Microsoft has already released Windows 8 beta version for developers but of course you can also download and install it absolutely free on your very own PC to test and taste the latest operating system from Microsoft. You may have already downloaded and install windows 8 themes or Windows 8 transformation pack like Omnimo but this is real windows 8 with full features and GUI designs. Microsoft is giving away an ISO image so you need to burn it using DVD burner via DVD image burner software.

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Windows 8 Profesional (32 bit / 64 bit) || 2.44 GB / 3.27 GB

What’s New

Windows 8 RC free Product Key and you will find inside this package Windows OS, internet explorer 10, windows applications and new touch screen interface. Microsoft knows that the future is all about touch devices so they shifted their windows mode to touch screen for both regular computing as well as touch devices.
The new start up screen is completely redesigned and now you will only see application which you are using most of the time on your main screen. The icons are now called apps and not only it will show your the icon of the program but the important information as well.
Fastest Windows 8 RC free Product Keys ever as it boots from DOS to Main Screen in just 5 seconds which is really fast. I think that now Microsoft have left behind the Mac for speed and performance with its so rich features.

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Main interface now contains tiles which are called Metro tiles by Microsoft. These are very similar to the touch screen devices thumbnails for easy navigation and usage.
Forget your traditional keyboard and mouse when you can use both these functionalities with your touch device. Much like a smart phone screen it enables you to use your computer any where in the world with so much ease.
Internet Explorer 10 has shipped with all the functionalities which were missing in the previous versions. CSS3 and HTML5 support makes this browser one of the top used browser in the world. Its so fast and beautiful that you will surly love it. With its tab features you can easily switch between websites with just one click of a button.
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Windows 8 Features

  • If you are following the release of windows from its first version than you may have noticed that Microsoft gives its customers one hit version and other flop version. As we all know that Windows 7 was a big hit so this time for a flop show by Microsoft.
  • Well we all hope that this will not happen and free product keys of Windows 8 RC will be a great hit and provide us the functionality which fulfills all our demands. Windows 8 is available in more than 14 languages so that it can be used by all round the world.
  • It has lots of new applications like Bing Travel app, Gaming feature and Music Xbox apps for Microsoft’s Zune music service. Now you can directly download songs and movies from Microsoft store and connect your PC with the HD console.
  • Behind the beautiful looks of windows 8 you will find the functionalities and base of windows 7 which is a truly hit by Microsoft. Its has very few security loop holes and works perfectly with each and every device manager.

Windows 8 is Cloud-Connected

Microsoft has just introduced a new features in this version which allows you to connect your device from your main PC at home via internet. This means that all your files and folders can be accessed from any where in the world which means that you don’t need to carry your files with you all the time.
Cloud computing is the future of personal computing which will really revolutionize the way we use laptops. Now you will be connected to your personal computers 24/7 which means more productivity and more profits.
Stay connected to your beloved ones and reduce the costs of phone billing by using social media websites like Facebook and Skype.

System requirements

✔ Processor -  1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
✔ RAM -  1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
✔ Hard disk space -  16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
✔ Graphics card -  Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
✔ Multi-touch device which can support windows installation
How to install Windows 8
The easiest way to convert an ISO file to a DVD in Windows 7 is to use Windows Disc Image Burner. On a PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista, a third-party program is required to convert an ISO file into installable media—and DVD burning software often includes this capability. One option is the USB/DVD download tool provided by the Microsoft Store. You can also download Windows 8 Release Preview Setup, which includes tools that allow you to create a DVD or USB flash drive from an ISO file (Windows Vista or Windows 7 required).


You can test it by Virtual Machine. You need to download VMware Workstation / Oracle virtual box to run it .How to install windows 8 using VMware Workstation / Oracle virtual box. See step by step including video tutorial to install Windows 8 on VMware Workstation / Oracle virtual box ,just click on VM which you want.

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How to use BitTorrent or uTorrent to send files from one pc to other pc on same network or on different network by mahaar92

How to use BitTorrent to send files

Note: If you are new to uTorrent and don’t know how to download files, see this tutorial.

Another note: It appears that some users (probably only Azureus) are being asked for a username/password for authentication when opening the torrent. Just clicking “Cancel” on that window seems to work fine.

Yet another note: Please don’t post support issues here, this is not the official troubleshooting forum. Support requests here will be ignored/deleted, only post issues about the actual walkthrough. You can post problems at the official uTorrent forums.

Being a computer engineer, I have a lot of files to transfer. Usually we are able to use IM to send/receive files, but they clients’ transfer functions aren’t very good, so usually the files are slow, they stop transferring, you can’t stop them or resume them, and they’re generally very cumbersome.

Seeing how everyone these days has a BitTorrent client, I thought “why not use it to send files to people? That’s what it’s made for!” It’s very easy to send a file via BitTorrent, and you can send it to many people at once and the speed will still be very good, so I decided to write a small tutorial to show people how easy it is and how well it works.

The tutorial is focused on uTorrent, a popular BitTorrent client, but it’s about the same with other clients. This introduction served only to distract you while the tutorial is loading (and it should have loaded by now), so watch it and you should be able to send any file anywhere in just minutes!

By the way, if you’re going to send something to many people, you could enable “Super seeding” in the torrent creation dialog. That sends the whole file to those people with the fastest connections first so they can redistribute it even if you leave.

Here is the tutorial (you need to have Flash installed to watch it, if the window appears cut off, visit the standalone version.):

If you want to know what all these settings you just changed did, here’s a quick rundown on how BitTorrent works: The .torrent file you create contains a bit of information about the files you want to send, the address of the tracker computer, etc. When you send this file to someone (by email, IM, or any other way) and they open it, their client connects to the tracker and asks it to tell them who else has this file. The tracker does this, and they connect to other people and download the parts of the file they don’t have and upload the parts they have.

The information in the torrent file make sure that the data you download is correct and not corrupt somehow, and the tracker’s job is to tell the people who are downloading who all is in the “swarm”. The port number you changed is where on your computer people will connect to “talk” to your client and the advanced setting was to allow uTorrent to become a tracker (otherwise noone would know that you had the file). In this case you are both the tracker and the seed (the person who has the file), but there is no reason why these can’t be (and usually are) on different computers. As a sidenote, if you have a dynamic IP, you should use a service like DynDNS to get a permanent hostname or make sure that your IP doesn’t change for as long as you want to remain a tracker.

A little sidenote on trackerless torrents: The programs who support them (they will say they have DHT support) no longer need a tracker, but they do a search that is similar to how you search p2p networks like eMule, Gnutella, etc to find the torrent. They do that if the tracker is not accessible, so theoretically you could just skip all these steps and directly create the torrent without any tracker address in it, and (if all the people use compatible programs) the torrent would still work.

That’s about it, post comments here or look at the uTorrent FAQ if you have any questions.

Creating a [Private] Torrent using uTorrent (Guide / Tutorial) Version 0.522 mahaar92

Creating a [Private] Torrent using uTorrent (Guide / Tutorial)
Version 0.522

utorrent logo - image from productWiki article explains how to share large files with either your friends (privately) or with anyone (publicly) using BitTorrent and uTorrent, optionally using uTorrent's built in embedded tracker..
Proceed at your own risk! The information here is accurate to the best of our knowledge. We will not be held responsible if this document causes your computer to explode or burst into flames. In real serious terms, if any corruption of data, hardware damage or any other kind of damage/losses/etc. arises from the use of this document, We will not be responsible for it. If you don't like this, please don't read any further.


What are the options when you want to send a 4.3GB DVD folder to your family, relatives and friends? Rapidshare? Megaupload? Or<gulp>... MSN? Free media file hosts have some limits either in the maximum data you can download per day, or the constant nagging to buy their premium service. And MSN is not designed for sending such large files - just imagine if the file stalled at the 97% mark - You will need to resend the entire file! MSN's Shared Folders had some promise but it was later replaced by SkyDrive, which limits each file to 50MB, although it gives 25GB of space.
So what other alternative is there? There's FTP. Or you can take a risk and send it via MSN. Or you can split the file in segments and upload it to a SkyDrive, RapidShare, MegaUpload or other file hosting server.
If you have a web hosting server, you can upload it to there. But chances are your web host will not be too happy about it as their terms of service do not allow you to share resource intensive files. Except perhaps our web host, DreamHost - they offer a huge 50GB of space just for backups, along with their normal webspace so you can use it as a convenient file storage centre.
So what else?
Enter Bittorrent - a very efficient peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing protocol to share your files with anyone, anywhere. You can share files privately within only people you choose, or publicly with anyone on the Internet. The only requirement is a internet connection.

Starting off...

You will first need to install and optimize utorrent for maximum speed. This has already been covered in another guide. Please follow it first.
A tracker is needed for all peers to connect to for a updated list of peers. Fortunately, utorrent comes with a built-in tracker function that we will utilize for this guide. If you want to use an external tracker such as OpenBitTorrent, obtain the announcer URL from the site. It will look something like this: or udp:// In OpenBitTorrent's case, it will be and udp:// .
For torrents you intend to share with everyone, you will also need to upload the torrent to a tracker site (such as with an appropriate title and description for others to find and download.
Otherwise, you can simply use uTorrent's built-in tracker and upload it to a personal website. In any case, for everyone to be able to download your files, they will need to obtain the torrent file from somewhere such as an online site, via e-mail, via MSN or via file sharing sites such as RapidShare. Without it, they will not be able to download your files.

Pros and Cons of Using uTorrent's Built-In Embedded Tracker

Private. Only you and the people you send the torrent to know about your torrent.Your IP address must not change. IP addresses can change if you use a dial-up connection and need to manually reconnect to the Internet every time you switch on the computer.
If you are using a broadband router such as 2Wire, Linksys, DLink, Belkin, etc, chances are that your IP address never changes unless you restart your router. If it does, it can be somewhat subverted with services like No-ip but the downloaders will be need to be told specifically to refresh their DNS when your IP changes
Simple. Just an on/off switch - not much fuss neededNo control over who can connect to the tracker (unless a firewall is used, advanced). Anyone can connect to your tracker and share their torrent IF and only IF they know your IP address and port number. And you wouldn't know - as uTorrent has no interface to show what is going on in the tracker!
However, the occurrence of this is very rare as the person would need to know your IP address and port. Also, the person can only use your tracker to share files from his own PC so it is a very very minor con.
So which one should you use? If you are creating a torrent only to share with people you know, go with uTorrent's built-in tracker. Else, for torrents that you want anyone to be able to download, go with public trackers.

Using uTorrent's Built-In Tracker

This step is only necessary if you are using uTorrent's built in embedded tracker. If you are using public trackers, it is not needed and you can skip to the next section.
  1. Start uTorrent (if it is already not running)
  2. Check that your port is opened properly by entering your port number below and clicking Submit. Ensure that uTorrent is running before submitting.

    uTorrent Port Checker
    Enter the port number in this box  and click  .

    Your port number can be found in uTorrent > Options > Preferences > Connection > 'Port used for incoming connections:'.

    When you click Submit, there should be a OK! word with a green background as shown in the screen shot below. If not, please read the guide on how to port forward as port forwarding is important for downloaders to be able to connect to you. 
  3. Note down the IP address mentioned in the line

    Checking port ..(Port Number)... on ...(IP Address)...
    Here is a screen shot to better explain (the IP address is blurred for privacy reasons):
    Port Checker Results and how to obtain your IP
    Port Checker Results and how to obtain your IP address, numbers in the dark blue box shows your IP address
    With the information, you can now form the tracker URL. Your tracker URL will be

    http://(IP Address):(Port Number)/announce
    For example, if your port number is 55641 and your IP address is, your tracker URL will be:
    The above is just an example. You will need to substitute it with your IP address and port number you obtained above.

    NOTE: Your IP address must also NOT change until you finish sending the files to your friend. This means you should not restart your router or disconnect your dial-up session until you finish sending the files. If your IP address changes, no one can connect to you and the torrent will stall as the peers will not know your new IP. However, activity between peers will continue, just that new peers will not be able to join the torrent. If no one other peer has the complete file when you change IP or disconnect, the torrent will stall.

    We will need this tracker URL later, so note it down somewhere for now.
  4. In utorrent, go to Options > Preferences > Advanced
  5. Change the Value of bt.enable_tracker to true
    Setting bt.enable_tracker to true
    Setting bt.enable_tracker to true
  6. On the left, click Bittorrent
  7. Set the IP/Hostname to report to tracker to your IP address we identified just now. You only need the IP address, do not include the port number. In our example, it would be:
  8. You're set! Click OK.

Creating the Torrent

You cannot change any part of the download once it is created. For example, if you create a torrent from a folder named 'WEDDING', you must not modify the contents of the folder by adding any new files to the folder as those will not get sent.
Lets start to create a torrent.
  1. Place all your files that you want to share in one folder.
  2. Start uTorrent (if it is already not running)
  3. Click File and then Create New Torrent...
  4. Under Select Source, select the folder containing the files you want to share by clicking on Add directory
  5. Under Trackers: add your tracker server. If you are using utorrent's built-in tracker, follow the format stated above. For example, if your port number is 55641 and IP address is, your tracker server will be:
    Otherwise, if you are using public trackers, simply add the tracker address into the Trackers box.
  6. If you are using utorrent's built-in tracker, under Trackers, add another line with an entry replacing your IP address with 'localhost' but leaving the port as the same value. For example, if your port number is 55641, the new line will be:

  7. Add a comment to describe your torrent under Comment. This is optional and only helps for torrents in public trackers so that people can easily identify the contents of the torrent
  8. Tick the boxes labeled Start seeding and Private torrent. If you are going to upload this torrent in a public network for *anyone* to download (e.g. ISOHunt or OpenBitTorrent), do NOT tick Private Torrent.

    It should now look something like this:
    Create New Torrent
    Create New Torrent, with the boxes filled in. If you are not using utorrent's built in embedded tracker, you don't need to have the 2nd line under Trackers
  9. You're almost set! To make the torrent, click 'Create and save as...'. uTorrent will begin hashing the files and then asks you where to save the resulting torrent file. Put it in a location you can remember. You will need this file later.
  10. Click Close.
  11. You should see the torrent in your list with a green up arrow (like this: ) with the status Seeding.
    1. If the arrow is red and you are using the built-in tracker,
      1. Did you set the port correctly?
      2. Did you add the localhost entry as stated above?
      3. Did you set bt.enable_tracker to true?
      4. Double-click the torrent row and check the list of Trackers. If it is wrong, delete and recreate the torrent again following the steps outlined above.
    2. If the arrow is red and you are using an external tracker,
      1. Double-click the torrent and check the list of Trackers to ensure it matches the value provided by the tracker operator. If it is wrong, delete and recreate the torrent again
      2. If you are using another computer to host the tracker, make sure that computer is setup for port forwarding correctly.
      3. You may need to upload your torrent at the tracker website and download it back again. After downloading it back, open the torrent in uTorrent and set the Savefolder as the same folder you selected when you created the torrent. uTorrent will recheck and automatically begin seeding the file.
      4. The tracker may require registration or some other action from you. Check the tab Trackers > Status column for the details of the error.
  12. You're now set and are seeding the torrent!

Getting your Friend to Download

It's simple - just send the torrent to your friend and your friend simply has to add it to his favorite bittorrent software (such as uTorrent). Just like downloading any other torrent!
  1. Send (via email or any other method you prefer) the torrent file that you saved in the previous step to all the people you want to share the files with.
  2. Your friends simply need to add the torrent to their favorite bittorrent software such as uTorrent, Bit Comet, Azureus, etc..

Checking For Activity

Give it some time (up to a minute) for your friend to connect to you. You should see your upload rate start to increase with every peer that begins to download from you. Activity can be monitored in the Peers tab, after you select the torrent row.
Some public trackers may request utorrent to update trackers at only a certain interval (e.g. 30 minutes). If you are not able to right-click the torrent and click 'Update Tracker', the only thing you can do is wait till utorrent gets a new list of peers from the tracker. uTorrent's embedded tracker updates every 5 minutes.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1)Must my friend use a torrent client to download my files?
Yes, but you don't really have to install any software to download it. Sites such as Torrent Relay and BitLet allow a user to download the torrent without installing any software. However, when you use such sites, you are letting those sites know information about the torrent you are downloading.
2)My internet is slow / online gaming is full of lag / how do I control how much upload bandwidth I use for a particular torrent?
You need to slow down your upload rate. Right-click the utorrent icon in the bottom right at the system tray > Upload Limit > (set a lower rate).
3)My peers are receiving the error messages "invalid http reply" or "connection closed by peer"?
Most likely your ISP is interfering with the utorrent server. The workaround is to tell your peers to manually add your IP to the peer list. Assuming your peers are using uTorrent,
  1. Click on the torrent row
  2. Click on the Peers tab at the bottom area
  3. Right-click anywhere on a blank area in the list that appears for that tab
  4. Click "Add Peer..."
  5. Enter the IP address and port number of the person hosting the file. For example, following my example above, we would tell our peers to add
  6. Click OK
  7. You should see a new peer appear on the list. The tracker errors will continue and can be ignored.
Another alternative would be to use public trackers instead. Note that using public trackers can end in people you don't know downloading your torrent.
4)What solutions are there if I am not able to perform port forwarding? 
If you still can't get the green port forward to work, you will manually need to add peers as none of the peers can connect directly to your tracker. Note that those peers must be able to perform port forward successfully i.e. get the green mark when testing the port forward function above. To add peers manually, you will need their ip address and port number for each peer in the following format: <ip address>:<port>. For example
Once the torrent is seeding, go to the Peers tab, right click on a blank area, click 'Add Peer...' and enter the string above for each peer in the seeding computer.
If even other peers are not able to port forward, you should either use a public tracker or find another computer who can host the tracker (not the actual download). Then when you create the torrent, specify the tracker as the other computer's IP. No 'localhost' tracker is required in this case. Ensure that all parties are using at least uTorrent v2 to take advantage of the UDP hole punching feature.
Last Updated 5th July 2010.

OEM logo Dell - Blue and White by mahaar92

Saturday, 24 November 2012

OEM logo Dell - Blue and White

OEM logo Dell - Blue and White
Download and extract this zip file.
Copy the OEM folder to C:\Windows\System32
You will need to accept the UAC prompt and have administrator rights.
Run the registry file.Accept the UAC prompt and then select yes.
The Dell logos and Dell Online Support will be added to system properties.
This will work in all versions of Windows 7.

OEM logo Dell - White and Black by mahaar92

OEM logo Dell - White and Black

OEM logo Dell - White and Black
Download and extract this zip file.
Copy the OEM folder to C:\Windows\System32
You will need to accept the UAC prompt and have administrator rights.
Run the registry file.Accept the UAC prompt and then select yes.
The Dell logos and Dell Online Support will be added to system properties.
This will work in all versions of Windows 7.