This tutorial will guide you how to run Turbo C++ in Windows 7 or Windows Vista (and other 64-bit Windows OS) in full screen mode.
Command being 16-bit application doesn’t allow itself to run in full-screen mode in these Operating System. Whenever tried, one will be greeted with the image shown.
In order to aid, we will use a 32-bit emulator application called as DosBox.
- If you haven’t grabbed Turbo C++ setup, download it from here.
- Create a new folder in your C: and rename it to ‘turbo’ [or anyone you feel like]. Reason for doing it will be mentioned as you read.
- Now, run the installed setup file [TC3setup.exe] and give the extraction position as
- Now, download the DosBox setup from here
- Install DosBox in your system.
- Now run DosBox. A command prompt type window will appear. Now note that there is a difference between the command prompt our system is equipped with and this version of command prompt. This emulator is 32-bit in contrary to native 16-bit prompt, therefore, allowing you to run it in full screen mode.
- In this window, we now need to mount the folder via this command: This tells about the reason behind creating another directory while extracting TC3setup.exe. Mounting works relative to a folder, here Turbo.
- Work is almost done. Now, type “C:” to mount above mounted drive.
To list the content of this mounted space, type ‘dir’
This task may look all so tedious. But, everything can be automated in a single go.
Once you have successfully managed to run it in full screen mode, you can easily automate the process by editing configuration file. You can drop comments below in case of any problem to get through.
To run TC automatically on running DosBox:
A configuration file in Notepad will be opened.
Go till the end of the document and add following lines there:
mount c c:\turbo
Save this file and exit from notepad.
Run DosBox again. Voilla! It will take you straight to TuboC++.
Remember Nokia Fall event this year? Also, parallel to it HTC launched widely acclaimed, lusted and desired – HTC Desire HD and HTC Mozart. So now, this is good news for all those HTC lovers that these high-end smartphones are set to launch in India.
HTC Desire HD runs on Android 2.2 (Froyo) and it’s proprietary Sense UI while HTC Mozart features WP7 (Windows Phone 7).
Desire HD runs on 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 768MB RAM and 1.5GB internal memory onboard. As per display, Desire HD features a magnificent 4.3” capacitive LCD multi-touch display with 480X800 resolution. Smartphones also comes with powerful 8 MP camera with dual LED flash capable of 720p HD video recording. WLAN,3G, GPS are obvious. It is a rechristened version of HTC Desire adding up few breathtaking gems.
On the other side, Mozart comes with 3.7” inch capacitive multi-touch display. It also compiles 8 MP HD capable camera with it, with much powerful Xenon flash. It also comes with 1 GHz Snapdragon processor with 8 GB internal memory and 576 MB RAM, SRS and Dolby Sound enhancement channel.
So, for the time, HTC lovers can keep their fingers crossed and calm down the desire for Desire HD for Mozart.
Settling down all the rumors dust, Samsung has finally released statement for much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Player. It is almost certain that device will fetch the specsheet from Samsung’s highly successful and hotcake Samsung Galaxy S (except for cellular connectivity).
Codenamed YP-GB1, Galaxy player is as sleek as 9.9mm thick, runs on Android 2.2 Froyo, 3.2 MP camera, 1GHz processor and WVGA SC-LCD (Super Clear LCD) screen in contrast with Super AMOLED screen of Galaxy S.
According to statement, it is predicted to feature and get official in CES 2011, the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow.
Galaxy Player is the same to Galaxy S and Samsung as iPod Touch is to iPhone and Apple. Again supporting the rivalry features, the showtime between Touch and Galaxy Player is being considered as EPIC.
Adobe was named after the Adobe Creek in Los Altos, California, which ran behind the home of cofounder John Warnock.
The first slogan of this company was “Bite into an Apple”, while its more famous slogan is “Think Different”. Probably thinking differently, the founder, Steve Jobs, named this company “Apple Computers” while he was driving along with Steve Wozniak between Palo Alto and Los Altos. Jobs and his friends used to work on a community farm cultivating apples while he was working in the Bay Area of San Francisco. Jobs was three months late in filing a name for the business, and he threatened to call his company Apple Computers if his colleagues didn’t suggest a better name. As you can guess, they didn’t come up with anything better and the rest is history. Other theories are that Jobs wanted his company to feature before Atari in the phone book, while yet another suggestion is that it was a tribute to Apple Records, which was the music label of the Beatles.
Even though its current headquarters is in San Jose, California, this company was founded in San Francisco, [:D] California in 1984 and took the last five letters of the name of this city for the company name. This is the reason why the company’s engineers insisted on using the name in lower case as “cisco” previously rather than “Cisco” as it is now known. The company logo also has the stylized Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco.
The name of this company started as a jockey boast about the amount of information the search-engine would be able to search. The word “Google” is a misspelling of the word “Googol”, which means a number represented by 1 followed by 100 zeros. After founders – Stanford graduate students Sergey Brin and Larry Page presented their project to an angel investor and received a cheque made out to “Google”. The search engine of this company was originally nicknamed “BackRub” because the system checked backlinks to estimate the importance of a site and rank it in the search. Google’s history is highly amusing (not than Apple though) and it shares a great resemblance with Yahoo and Facebook.
HP or Hewlett-Packard got its name from the founders Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard, but the story of its name is nonetheless interesting. Hewlett and Packard could not agree as to whether the company should be named Hewlett-Packard or Packard-Hewlett, so they decided to resolve the matter by tossing a coin. [were those guys serious? Yeah, they were] Packard won the toss and decided to name it Hewlett-Packard Company [ modesty😉 ] in 1939.
The founder of this company, Jack Smith, came up with the idea of accessing email via the web from a computer anywhere in the world without having the prevailing restrictive system of having to use the email server provided by the ISP. When the other founder, Sabeer Bhatia [Indian, this has been framed as question in many wizs] came up with the business plan for the mail service, he tried all kinds of names ending with ‘mail’, and finally settled for Hotmail, as it included the letters “HTML”
[/source], which is Hyper Text Markup Language – the programming language used to write web pages. Launched on July 4, 1996, it was initially referred to as HoTMaiL with selective upper casing.
At its inception, founders Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore wanted to name their new company “Moore Noyce” but discovered that this name was already trademarked by a hotel chain. Also, they felt that it didn’t sound nice as the pronunciation was eerily similar to ‘more noise’, which is not suitable for a semiconductor company [clever indeed.. silicon and noice: weird network
combination]. They used the name NM Electronics for the first year before arriving at Intel, which is the acronym of INTegrated Electronics and that is how the company has been known since.
Founder, Mitch Kapor, christened this company as Lotus, inspired by the “padmasana” or the yoga asana with a lotus position. The roots to this choice of name could be the fact that Kapor used to be a teacher of Transcendental Meditation of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
The word Microsoft is derived from the words Microcomputer and Software and it has an interesting history. Bill Gates used the word Micro-Soft in a letter he wrote to Paul Allen, the other co-founder of this company on November 29, 1975 and they later registered this company in this name on November 26, 1976. The hyphen was eventually removed and it came to be known from then on as Microsoft..
This company started as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation in 1928 in Chicago, Illinois, manufacturing battery eliminators. Founder Paul Galvin came up with the name Motorola when this company started manufacturing radios for cars in 1930. The name is a combination of the word “motor” and “Victrola”, which was a popular radio company at the time. PS: It also belongs to IT Sector.
Lord Larry Ellison and Bob Oats were working on a consulting project for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) while at Ampex Corporation. The code name for the project was called Oracle, because the CIA saw this as something like a system to give answers to all questions much like the mythical Oracles of the ancient world.
This Linux distro that released in 1994 has an interesting history. Marc Ewing, who created this distro (linux distribution) had been given the Cornell lacrosse team cap (with red and white stripes) while at college by his grandfather. However, he lost it and despite looking for it did not find it. The information is revealed in the manual of the beta version of Red Hat Linux, which had an appeal to readers to return his Red Hat if found by anyone. Interesting, isn’t it?
Formerly known as Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo K.K., the co-founder of this company, Akio Morita realized that Americans had difficulty pronouncing this name while on a business trip to the US. He therefore tried to find a Romanized name for this company, which would be appealing to Americans and would also embody the spirit of the company. After trying out different names, they arrived at a decision to use “Sony” as the name. This word has been derived from the Latin word Sonus meaning sound, and Sonny a slang used by Americans to refer to a bright youngster. They chose this word as this did not exist in any other language. Another theory suggests that the name was derived from the word Sun, because Japan is known as the Land of the Rising Sun and also the place of origin of this company.
Originally named “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web” (think of typing this url at your address bar!), this company was renamed to Yahoo! in April 1994. Yahoo is the official acronym of “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle” and it is also a word invented by Jonathan Swift and used in his book Gulliver’s Travels. It represents a person who is rude, uncouth and unsophisticated, something which Yahoo! founders Jerry Yang and David Filo considered they were.
Ah.. just remembered, I’ve still not got invite to Yahoo Meme and Google Wave.. L .
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Information and idea gathered from trending topics.
Just after update in Gmail’s tag configuration, finally removing ‘beta’ from its product, Google has came up with one more buzz through it’s Official Blog post. They have almost finally announced the release of Google Chrome OS.
As they say themselves that Chrome OS will be faster and more reliable then any other OS (Windows, Linux, Mac OS etc). OS is an interface between user and machine to work as per user wish. The main thing they are featuring is that almost every work will be done through web-based applications. It means as Ankur Banerjee mentioned: ‘Google Chrome OS (not the browser) is based on the concept of having a minimal interface with every work being done using a web application. Want to create/edit documents? Use Google Docs. Want to edit a picture? Do it online.’ I am certain that no one will wish to read up their ebooks (or pdfs) through web-based applications. Google is introducing Chrome OS through Netbooks, which are meant for surfing and internet purposes. So visions like ‘Windows Vs Chrome OS’ is unjustified in itself.
Hoping that this product will give good turn out.
Many a times you must have got need to operate your system remotely or probably felt a necessity of working ‘calloborately’ haven’t you? But all these thoughts go in vain while thinking about the solution to do so.. I mean operating the system at long distance is not an easy task afterall. Personally, commanding anyone to operate creates lot of hurdles.
Well there is a solution, an easy and effective one. TeamViewer, a small and interactive application to operate another system quite easily, just like virtual machine in your system itself. You will get this more clear if you will see this:
How it actually helped me?
Well, this software has helped me greatly to help few buddies in their machine’s and softwares problems, it is to be mentioned that it allowed me to use Microsoft Maths in others computer while I was having XP SP 1.
So guys, what are you waiting for?
Download this software simply by clicking here:
Last year S.Chandra with an un-necessary bargain agreed to tell the secret behind .tk , actually he made a blog with blogger (which he managed religiously for 2 days) and named his blog as http://www.schandra.tk ( I think ). I was a bit surprised how he did that. Then after few rounds of convincing he told about dot.tk .
It is a site from where one can easily rename a long URL to a website like domain ( just like bit.ly, tr.im etc etc). Specialty of this site is that from this you can have a domain like name (example: http://www.ankur.tk) for your website / page. I used it too and renamed many URL’s. Earlier I used it on a blog and recently ( 5 months earlier ) I used it for renaming a long URL of ‘free’ ebook’s site . As far I know there is no difficulty to understand that site coz it’s hardly made of 2-3 pages. But still one can ask any query here in comment section.
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