Monthly Archives: August 2009

Shared Folders in VirtualBox – Part 2

I’ve been using VirtualBox for the past few weeks, and it has been a wonderful experience. I’ve worked earlier with Microsoft’s Virtual PC, but had little satisfaction over the fact that it could support only Windows based Operating systems. VirtualBox … Continue reading

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Shared Folders in VirtualBox

Users of Virtualization software like Microsoft’s Virtual PC and VMWare must be aware of the drag & drop functionality, available for files and folders. However, in VirtualBox, this feature is not available. So, to make file sharing between the Host … Continue reading

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Delta Peripherals

If you reside in Chennai, and if you’re planning to buy a new system or upgrade your system to a higher configuration, you need to know the cost of the required component. Some dealers might put up a price higher … Continue reading

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Vista Interface in Windows Server 2008

Some of you might have come across Windows Server 2003 or 2008 Operating systems. If you notice the interface in either of these operating systems, it looks like the contemporary classic theme/interface available in Windows XP or it looks more … Continue reading

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I’ve been trying to work with multiple Operating Systems and I found that dual or triple boot was not very easy to use,especially when you need concurrent access to multiple Operating Sytems. I had Microsoft’s Virtual PC, which for the … Continue reading

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My First Post

Hi All, This is my first post on WordPress. I intend to share my experiences with several forms of technology that I use. As of now, I’ll be posting various articles on Operating Systems and some techniques from the Internet … Continue reading

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