UNLIMITED DOWNLOAD WITH MTN BIS

STEP 1 : SUBSCRIBE FOR MTN BIS
BY RECHARGING N1500 AND SEND ‘BBC’ TO 21600 USING ANY
PHONE OF YOUR CHOICE.

STEP 2: CONFIGURE YOUR
MODEM APN TO
blackberry.net

STEP 3: UNDER YOUR MODEM
CONFIGURATION , CLICK
ADVANCE SETTINGS TO UNDER
DNS SERVER IN PRIMARY DNS
USE 8.8.8.8 AND UNDER
SECONDARY USE 8.8.4.4 , ALSO
DO THESAME FOR WINS
SETTINGS

STEP 4 : GOTO THE RIGHT SIDE
OF YOUR PC AND RIGHT CLICK
THE ICON AFTER THE BATTERY
AND CLICK ON OPEN NETWORK
AND SHARING CENTER , CLICK
CHANGE ADAPTER SETTINGS ,
NOW RIGHT CLICK ON LOCAL
AREA NETWORK , GOTO
PROPERTIES , SCROLL DOWN
AND DOUBLE CLICK ON
INTERNET PROTOCOL V4 ,
UNDER THE PREFERED DNS
PART PUT 172.22.2.1 OR
8.8.8.8 AND IN THE
ALTERNATIVE DNS PUT 0.0.0.0
OR 8.8.4.4 AND FINALLY CLICK
ON VALIDATE SETTINGS UPON
EXIT

STEP 5 : LEAVE YOUR BROWSER AT N0 PR0XY.

ITS OPEN ALL SITE…
ITS UNLIMITED DATA/
DOWNLOAD.
IF ITS DOESN’T CONNECT ONE
HAND, TRY IT AGAIN..

FORWARD OLD MAILS TO GMAIL

ImageThe old AOL account is a classic remnant of booming 1990s Internet. If you’re not ready to part with it, you don’t have to: Gmail (and many other email services) can keep track of it for you. Almost all email services offer the Post Office Protocol (POP) standard, which lets email programs get messages from a server. In this case, you won’t be using an email program, but instead an email service (Gmail) to get those messages from AOL’s servers. In Gmail settings, add your AOL address to Check Mail From Other Accounts. For once-popular services such as AOL, Gmail will likely be able to fill in the server information for you; for others, check with the service to get its POP server. When you enter it to Gmail, make sure you select the option to use SSL encryption to protect your account. If you want to be able to send mail from your AOL account via Gmail, you’ll need to add it in the Send Mail As section; Gmail then sends an email to your AOL account with a link for you to confirm that you do indeed want Gmail to let you send mail from that AOL address.

To consolidate accounts into a single account hosted by Outlook, Yahoo, or others, the process is basically the same. If you’re just trying to consolidate AOL, Gmail, iCloud, or Yahoo accounts and you’re sick of Gmail’s drab gray interface, you have yet another option: Alto. The new service—from AOL!—is essentially a skin for compatible email accounts. Log in with your AOL account info, and the service displays all your messages and groups emails by type—those with attachments, those with photos, and so on. The clean interface is refreshing but, unfortunately, not quite public; the site is still in private beta, so you’ll need to request an invite. When you sign in to Alto using a Gmail account, the site requests access to the account and imports all your mail, letting you send and receive from a completely different interface. If you decide Alto’s not for you, stay safe and revoke its access to your Gmail account in security settings. That way, you won’t accidentally stay logged in to Gmail through Alto even after you’ve signed out of Gmail.com.

Windows 8 Transformation Pack For Windows 7, Vista And XP

If you’ve not yet gotten around to downloading and installing the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, the Windows X guys have compiled an update to its Windows 8 Transformation Pack.

As the name suggests, the Transformation Pack essentially morphs any XP, Vista or Windows 7 PC into a Windows 8 lookalike. Updated to 4.0, the latest version adds the Segoe seen in Windows 8 CP to add further authenticity and realism. In addition, the Charms Bar has been introduced for those unable to get the full UI working properly.

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As well as the Transformation Pack, the Windows X Team has also created the Windows 8 UX Pack 4.0, designed with Windows 7 users in mind. The advantage of the Windows UX Pack is that it offers the Windows 8 look and feel without modifying any system files (which the Transformation Pack does). However, after taking on board user feedback, the Windows X Team does stress that the Transformation Pack is now more safe and reliable than it has ever been

For those still skeptical about downloading and testing out the Consumer Preview, I’d highly recommend – if you have a vested interest in future versions of Windows – that you give it a whirl. I have been using it for over a month now, and certainly think it’s a step in the right direction.

Some have criticized Metro as a more-tablet suited implementation which, whilst somewhat true, doesn’t necessarily mean the tiled interface doesn’t have a role to play at desktop level. As tablets and computers become one in the same, elements are likely to crossover in this way, and I believe the market will quickly become accustomed to the changes.

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Reports suggest the Release Candidate of Windows 8 will make an appearance this summer – around the time Apple is expected to drop Mountain Lion – another amalgamation of tablet and desktop interface. The Release Candidate should present us with a very strong idea of what the final build will look, feel and handle like when released to the end-user. Of course, these reports are unconfirmed by Microsoft, so we’ll have to wait for an official word to be certain, but with progress having gone rather swimmingly since the Developer Alpha back in September, don’t be too surprised if the Redmond-based software maker updates us with something noteworthy in the near future.

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