Microsoft launches MS-DOS Mobile, an OS designed for Lumia smartphones.Microsoft are going back to where productivity started for millions of people, launching a beautifully simple OS.
“MS-DOS is my first OS….Grayscale is in my blood.” – Akiko Yumoto Ondiege, Developer, Microsoft Lumia
“..focus on the essence of an OS is a Metaphor for modern life”- Daniel Glass, Designer, Microsoft Lumia
Download MS-DOS Mobile http://lumia.ms/msdosmobile.
Can’t wait for a technical preview of this. 🙂
I recently created an album on Facebook and uploaded photos into it. Then I realized that I have to modify the description of the album that I’ve created. After editing the description of the Album, I kept on hitting the button named “Done”, nothing happened.
I even tried modifying the date, album title, location and album contributors but still the button seemed “disabled”. But after trying some steps, finally I have successfully edited the album.
Here’s how I modified/changed the album name. description and other settings:
- Go to the album page.
- Hit the “Edit” button located at the upper-right corner of the page.
- Here you can edit the album title, description, location, privacy, album contributors and photo description.
- After modifying the information about the album, hitting the button “Done” will not save the things that you have done. So what I did was I add a photo by clicking the “Add Photos” button.
- Afterwards, if you tap “Post Photos” this will upload new photos and save changes that you’ve done with the album or you may tap on the “Cancel” button which it will cancel the upload of the new photo but it will save changes that you’ve done with the album.
While building a WebApp using BOOTSTRAP I’ve encountered a query regarding the navbar. Upon navigating to other page, the item selected does not automatically become active.
Ta Da! Comment Below for suggestions!
World’s First 22nm Quad-Core Processors Bring Up to Twice the Visual Performance for Unmatched Overall PC Experiences 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
“The 3rd generation Intel Core processors were created from the ground up to generate exciting new experiences,” said Kirk Skaugen, Intel vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group. “Our engineers have exceeded our expectations by doubling the performance of media and graphics versus the best processors we’ve built until today, which means incredible new visual experiences are here for new all-in-one PCs and upcoming Ultrabookdevices. What makes all this possible is the combination of Intel’s leading manufacturing and processor architecture, and our unwavering commitment to drive computing innovations forward.”
“The 3-D graphics capabilities in 3rd generation Intel Core processors represent a major step forward for PC gaming,” said Gabe Newell, co-founder and managing director of Valve Software, a leading online game provider. “Mainstream gamers are going to have a blast playing titles like our upcoming DOTA 2 on Intel HD Graphics 4000.”
For a complete experience of Intel’s newest generation of processor join Mark Bohr, Intel’s Director of Process Architecture & Integration, together with Brad Heaney, Program Manager, IA Developer Group, on a tour inside the 3rd Generation of Intel Processors. The Power of Small – 3rd Generation Intel Core.
For a detailed information and news about Intel’s 3rd Generation Core Processors click this link: 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Bring Exciting New Experiences and Fun to the PC
- Quad-core processors available starting today in powerful, high-end desktop, laptop, and sleek and beautiful all-in-one designs.
- Accelerates Intel’s “Tick-Tock” cadence for first time to simultaneously bring to market the world’s first processors developed on 22nm manufacturing process using innovative 3-D tri-gate transistor technology and a new graphics architecture.
- Up to twice the HD media and 3-D graphics performance, as well as significant processor performance, deliver stunning visual experiences from mainstream gaming to HD video editing.
- Ultrabook™ devices, all-in-one (AIO) platforms, business PCs and Intelligent systems in retail, healthcare and other industries will benefit from Intel’s newest processors, with formal announcements in the coming months.