Thursday, February 10, 2011

Virtual CD with crack

Thursday, February 10, 2011 by Syed Faizan Ali · 0

virtual cd v10

Will copy your CD/DVDs with modern compression technology to the hard disk

With Virtual CD you can create compressed 1:1 copies (virtual CDs/DVDs) to your hard drive. You can then store your originals safely in a cabinet! Your virtual CDs are then available with a simple click or even automatically with the autostart of the corresponding program. 

No more drive noise, no more changing CDs, no more slow CD start-up.
 With Virtual CD you receive up to 23 virtual drives that behave just like the "real" physical CD/DVD drives - except that they are up to 200x faster! The only noise you hear is music or the applictions sounds, and all you need to do is play, work and enjoy. 

Fast, convenient, effective!
 Nobody needs to handle fragile CDs any more in order to run applications. Your children don't need to, nor do your colleagues or you yourself! Music, games, grafic applications, searching programs, - all will be loaded faster and is immediately accessible. You can simultaneously use a number of different CD programs without needing to purchase a number of CDdrives - this pays off quickly. 

Virtual CD offers you more!
 · You can use virtual CDs in a network! · You can burn virtual CDs to a CD-R! · You can protect your virtual CDs with a password or encryption! · You can protect your "real" physical CD/DVD drives with a password! 

No risks, proven quality!
 Millions of private and professional users worldwide enjoy the advantages of Virtual CD since 1998. Each year coveted awardes confirm how easy Virtual CD is to operate - thus it will undoubtedly earn your enthousiasm. Whether game-CDsm route planners, lexicons, reference CDs - with Virtual CD you have everything at hand. 

The optimum solution for your private network, too
 Do you, or you and your family, have more than one computer at home? If so, then you probably knows what it's like when the one CD you happen to need is the one you can't find. Virtual CD has an easy solution: make images of all your CDs and save them centrally, or on any one of your computers. You can access your images at any time, from any computer in your network.

Range of function (excerpt) · Availability of up to 23 virtual drives. · Unlimited number of virtual CDs. · Editor to create virtual CDs with any content. · Automatic recognition of title, album, and artist for audio CDs. · Supports DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, Photo-CD and CD-Text formats. · Easy-to-use, simplified copy mode for the novice user. · Virtual CDs can be organized in folders. · Import of ISO-conforming container files (data exchange with CD-R software). · Improved data compression. · Access to virtual CDs, which are within the network. · Supports up to 99 audio tracks per virtual CD. · Editing of existing virtual CDs with the Virtual CD Editor. · Drive editor enables easy changes of the number of virtual drives. · Virtual CDs are password-protected from unauthorized access.

Here are some key features of "Virtual CD":

· Certified 64-bit driver
· Virtual CD/DVD-burner
· Virtual encrypted hard-drive
· Expanded function access over the tray icon
· Insertion of virtual CDs also in physical drives
· Improved support of non-standard CD/DVD formats
· Noise reducer for physical CD/DVD-drives
· Enhanced toolbox
· Improved API- and script functions
· Flexible layout of the CD-management incl. layout browser

Internet Explorer 9 Beta : For New Web Experience

by Syed Faizan Ali · 0

Windows Internet Explorer 9 makes Web sites look and perform as if they were native to Microsoft Windows. Internet Explorer 9 lets you tap into the power of your whole PC so your Web sites shine. Taking full advantage of your PC's hardware through Windows, IE9 lets you enjoy graphically rich and immersive experiences that are as fast and responsive as native applications installed on your PC.
With a new, streamlined user experience, you can focus on the Web sites you love with a clean look that integrates seamlessly with Windows 7. A robust set of built-in security, privacy, and reliability technologies keep you safer and your browsing experience uninterrupted. For Web developers, support for HTML5 and modern standards architected to take advantage of the graphics processing unit (GPU) means that the same markup not only works across the Web, but runs faster and delivers a richer experience through Windows and Internet Explorer 9.
What's new in this version:
  • Streamlined design
  • Pinned Sites
  • Download Manager
  • Enhanced tabs
  • New Tab page
  • Search in the address bar
  • Notification Bar
  • Add-on Performance Advisor
  • Hardware acceleration

Internet Explorer 9 is crammed with new features. One of the interesting concepts implemented by Microsoft is a reversal of the current trend to make the browser the operating system. Internet Explorer comes with some natural-fitting Windows 7 integration. In IE9, you can pin specific sites to your Windows 7 desktop taskbar. Click and hold on a tab, and drag it to the taskbar. The site's favicon will become the pinned site icon.
Pinned sites by default re-color IE9's Aero glass-style interface based on the color schemes in the site's favicon, which is a neat little trick. If coded properly, a site can customize the jump list links. You can currently see what this looks like if you pin CNN.com to your taskbar. I didn't see thumbnail preview media controls in action, but Microsoft says that the feature should be available to sites that want to implement the API. Pinned Web mail sites, for example, will be able to show in-box counts on the Windows 7 taskbar.
IE9 takes Internet Explorer's tab sandboxing and gives it Chrome-style "ripping," so that you can drag a tab to create a new browser window. IE's tabs allow the user to rip them off and immediately Aero Snap them to either side of the browser, useful for looking at two sites simultaneously.
Again, like its competitors, Microsoft attempts to re-brand the location bar thanks to bolstering it with search features. Internet Explorer's "OneBox," as the company is calling it, combines the search box with the location bar. You can navigate to a site, search for sites, or look at browsing history or favorites. You can also change search providers at the bottom, which is a slick merge of the old search bar functionality into the location bar. By default, the OneBox won't remember your keystrokes. If you let it, though, you'll get additional search suggestions.
Notifications in IE9 have taken on an entirely different look. Small and minimalist, they appear at the bottom of the browser and don't stop you from browsing. Tab sandboxing will not only prevent a single tab crash from taking down the whole browser, but IE9 will ask if you want to resurrect the tab, too.
A new "New Tab" page lets you resurrect closed tabs and previous browsing sessions, as well as provide large versions of your most frequently-visited Web sites' favicons for quick access. It feels a bit empty and lacks deep customization, but it's a step in the right direction. It's appreciated that when you mouse over a site's favicon, you're told how in general terms frequently you visit the page. Annoyingly, IE9 lacks a radio button in the Tools menu to make about:Tabs, the new tab page address, your default home page. You can type it in manually, which is certainly easy but not effortless and makes the page just a bit harder to reach.
The new Download Manager incorporates reputation-based security, to accelerate the pace at which you can install a new download if not speeding up the download itself. This means that well-known files, such as installers from trusted vendors, will cause fewer warnings if any to pop up.


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