Yahoo Messenger was one of my favorite online chat program and voice calling application until a few years ago. Things have changed a lot after the introduction of Gmail, Google talk and with latest versions of Skype. Now I use Skype more often for online voice/ video calling. The reason why I prefer Skype is the platform independence, and call quality it offers.
Yesterday I downloaded a developer preview of the upcoming Mac OS X Lion. As we all know, in Mac the extension of an application is DMG. The DMG or disc image can be mounted directly on a Macintosh computer, but if you are working on Windows you have to convert it into a recognizable format. Since I was using Windows 7, I had to convert the OS X image to an ISO file before burning it on a DVD disc. So here is how you can do that.
YouTube is of course one of the best online video sharing portal in the internet. Most of us spend a lot of time in YouTube and the embedded videos shared through social media websites and blogs. With the immanence availability of videos, now we can find almost anything and everything in YouTube. Consider a situation that you are working on a project, and you found a related video in YouTube, and you want to take specific portions of the media as still images.
You might have seen a message “This program cannot be installed on Windows NT version 6.0 or later” when you try to install some programs in a Windows 7 computer. It is nothing but an incompatibility message of software applications with new versions of Windows. Here the NT stands for New Technology and its a typical Microsoft classification for their operating systems.