Just download 'Win7 MAC Address Changer' from brothersoft.
Win7 MAC Address Changer is a free software which changes the MAC (Media Access Control) Address of any network adapter (Wired/Wireless) in a click of a button.
Features of Win7 MAC Address Changer are:
Same thing here after I installed the initial scan to get Windows 7 update.
Open Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del, click Start Task Manager)
Click on the PROCESSES tab
Find the "explorer.exe" under IMAGE Name and click on it
Click "End Process" (Lower right corner) (This closes the previous explorer desktop)
Click on FILE (upper left corner)
Click on NEW TASK
Type in "explorer"
Hit OK button
I've also noticed that if I close out all of my applications and then put machine into sleep mode, when I wake it, the task bar is still active. If my machine starts the screen saver or is left idle too long, my task bar disappears again.
At the start of the update process, Kaspersky Small Office Security 2 for Personal Computer creates a backup copy of the current databases and application modules. If necessary, you can restore the previous databases. Update roll back feature is useful in case the new databases version contains an invalid signature that makes Kaspersky Small Office Security 2 for Personal Computer block a safe application.
In the event of Kaspersky Small Office Security 2 for Personal Computer database damage it is recommended to launch databases update to download a valid set of databases for up-to-date protection.
In order to roll back to the previous databases, perform the following actions:
The databases can be rolled back to the previous updates only.
When Mac released its Aperture software in 2005 as a native-Mac alternative to Adobe, a long-time leader in photo editing software, Adobe returned with its own version of photo editing software, Lightroom. The competition between these two quality products has provided more features for the consumer: Since Aperture's initial release, both companies have released upgrades and dramatic program enhancements.
Aperture allows easy importing of pictures; use a memory card or stick to download images, or hook up your camera via USB or FireWire connection and save images on your computer as you take them. In terms of editing, Aperture allows you to do basic cropping, straightening and exposure. It also includes effects such as Vibrancy, Definition, Vignette and Lift and Stamp to make the image clearer, crisper and sharper. You can edit from any Aperture screen, allowing for greater freedom in image adjustments and editing metadata. Apple's Aperture is full of advantages for the native Mac user: Aperture integrates well with all of OS X, and photos and edits are available from the iWork and iLife suites.
Although Aperture is full of features, some see this as a disadvantage. Learning the format could take a long time, and some of the features, such as the virtual organization system, could be frustrating for new users. Aperture's biggest disadvantage is its native Mac compatibility; there is no Windows version.
Adobe's Lightroom offers many editing options, allowing for quick changes to the whole image or fine, accurate enhancements to one specific area of the picture. In addition, many plug-ins help the user export, edit or share photos with ease and flexibility. Lightroom works well with most camera models, and it permits greater image adjustment, such as chromatic aberration correction. As a product of Adobe, Lightroom synchronizes well with all Photoshop CS4 software; the edits you do elsewhere will show up in Lightroom. Lightroom is available for both Windows and Mac computers.
Lightroom, as part of the CS4 package, offers limited functionality since it is intended for use in conjunction with the other software programs. Scripting is not available in Lightroom, not a problem for novices but a serious flaw for more technologically savvy editors. The search abilities of Lightroom are also limited.
Overall, both Lightroom and Aperture offer strong products. The ongoing debate in forums and blogs suggests that neither program is unquestionably superior. However, the Windows user will find more advantages in Lightroom in terms of integration and familiarity. In addition, for a wider array of camera models and image types, Lightroom is superior. For the Mac user, Aperture provides seamless integration with OS X and allows for greater functionality and editing.
Apple has become a major
provider of computers and software for photographers and other creative professionals.
Photographers tend to purchase Apple computers for many reasons, but one
important reason is Aperture. Aperture is a professional-grade tool for photo
editing that is only available on Mac OS X. Aperture
User Interface Changes
The most obvious upgrade for the application would be the changes to the user interface. Several elements, such as the project viewer, have been moved out of the main view, the view in the center, to maximize the amount of screen real estate that the subject you are working on gets. This allows users with limited screen space to get a more detailed view of their images, allowing them to easily do more editing to minor aspects of their images.
This latest version of Aperture also adds an important keyboard shortcut. By simply pressing "V" users can quickly switch between the element view and the project view. The element view is a large view of the actual image that you are currently working on. The project view is a larger overview of the overall project, including all of its elements; these are displayed in a manner similar to the way Finder displays files trees. This may seem like a very insignificant addition, but it allows users to work more efficiently, something that is important no matter what the project is.
RAW Image Adjuster
Another useful feature that has been added to the application is the RAW image adjuster. Basically, this tool resolves anomalies and inconsistencies in images that were taken with cameras. The RAW image adjuster is useful but in some cases it known to make images look "flat." In these cases, it is recommended to use an external tool such as Adobe's Photoshop or Corel. Still, for most images, the built-in RAW image adjuster will work fine.
Aperture has also made significant improvements in the quality and consistency of the print documents that it produces. These projects can range from books and brochures to greeting cards and calendars. The most major improvement is in the area of color consistency. Basically, this means that the colors you see on your screen will be exactly the colors that are produced on the printed materials.
With Dragon Dictate, you can freely speak and the program will type everything for you in a notepad or other program of your choice---increasing productivity and taking the strain off of your hands from typing. Dragon Dictate also detects typos, which helps reduce errors when using the program. Dragon Dictate is available for the Mac for $199.00 per license, as of 2010. The software suite includes a USB headphone and microphone to easily get you started. You can also download the software directly from the official website after purchase.
Voice on the Go
Voice on the Go is software available for both Mac and Windows platforms. Voice on the Go is a hands-free access program which allows users to connect and dictate their computer remotely by using Bluetooth or another form of a microphone. With Voice on the Go you can send emails and update your calendars remotely. Each license of Voice on the Go costs $44.99, as of 2010, and is available for purchase online.
Using Mac's Voice Recognition
If you do not want to purchase software for your Mac that supports voice recognition, most Macs come with a default voice recognition program. You can enable and edit the settings of the voice recognition feature in your Mac by selecting "System Preferences" after clicking the Mac Apple icon in the top left of your computer's desktop. Choose the "Speech" icon to open the preferences and to begin working with the voice recognition program. You can use Mac's speech features as speech-to-text or to read Web pages aloud. You can also customize and set your preference to the voices the program uses.
According to Parallels, Parallels Desktop is the bestselling program for running Windows on a Mac. When you use Parallels, you can run Windows using your full screen view or in a special application window. Parallels costs $79.99.
Like Parallels, VMware Fusion lets you run both Macintosh and Windows operating systems at the same time. As in Parallels, you can switch easily between operating systems as you work. VMware Fusion costs $79.99.
Recent versions of the Macintosh operating system, Mac OS X, include a program called Boot Camp. To use Boot Camp, you must reserve (partition) part of your hard drive for the Windows operating system. You must also purchase and install the Windows operating system, because it is not included with Mac OS X. Boot Camp does not let you run the Mac operating system and Windows at the same time -- you must restart your computer to switch to the other operating system.