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Software / How to install 2go on windows
« on: December 10, 2013, 11:36:35 PM »

Click and download 2go
Register A New 2go Account Or Simply Click Login If you Already Have An Account
Once You've Logon >> CLick 2go and launch MicroEmulator
Make Sure You Have Java Installed On Your Computer
Install Micro Emulator
Launch Emulator and Start 2go
Enjoy 2go On Your PC..
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Difficulty: Very easy
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Windows 8 does not include .NET 3.5 (include .NET 2.0 and 3.0) by default. But if the user is upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8, .NET Framework 3.5 is fully enabled. The user can make sure this feature is enabled by check in Program and Features. These is list of steps that the user can do to check it :Step 1 :

Go to Settings. Choose Control Panel then choose Programs.

Step 2 :Click Turn Windows features on or off, and the user will see window as image below.

The User can enable this feature by click on .NET Framework 3.5 (include .NET 2.0 and 3.0) select it and click OK. After this step, it will download the entire package from internet and install the .NET Framework 3.5 feature. But if the user does not have an internet connection, this steps can not be applied.

It can also be done offline if you have your windows 8 installation dvd
Follow the below steps
The following are the steps to enable .NET Framework 3.5 (include .NET 2.0 and 3.0) feature in offline mode :Step 1 :Insert Windows 8 DVD or mount ISO image. The source of this feature can be found in folder D:\sources\sxs. (In this case d:the userís drive letter on which the user has loaded Windows 8 Media.)

Step 2 :Open CMD.EXE with Administrative Privileges.

Step 3 :Run the following command Dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:NetFX3 /All /Source:D:\sources\sxs /LimitAccess, and hit Enter. After completing the installation of .NET Framework 3.5 you can see that the feature is enabled.

Have questions? post below.

Windows / How to Add / change language in Windows 8
« on: December 10, 2013, 08:49:04 PM »

The steps are as follows: 1. Go to the search box by pressing WIN + Q at the same time, then type in "Language" in the search box

2. Then select the option "Settings" on the search results and select "Add Language"

3.The new jendel it will appear as shown below, then click "Add Language"

4. Next will come a list of the world's languages, in this case we select "Indonesian" Then click "Add"

5. Then click on "Options"

 6. Then click "Download and Install Language Pack

  7. Furthermore, the download window and install the update and wait for it to finish 

  8. After the installation process is finished the next will appear as below, then click the "Close"

 9. Furthermore Indonesian positioned above by clicking "Move Up"

10. Ensure Indonesian lies above

11. Then restart your computer / laptop

12. Good luck

Windows / How to use your windows 8 pc as a wifi Hotspot Free
« on: December 10, 2013, 08:31:20 PM »
How To Set Up Wireless hotspot/ Ad Hoc Internet Connection In Windows 8

Follow the steps below
It should be noted that for this method to work, your network interface must be capable of supporting hosted networks. Itís always advisable to update your network adapter to the latest drivers before doing this.

Step 1: Launch an elevated command prompt under Windows 8 (one with administrator privileges).
Step 2: Run the following command to verify that your network interface supports [/size][size=78%]virtualization:[/size][/size]netsh wlan show drivers

If Hosted network supported says Yes, youíre all set. Otherwise, you need to upgrade your hardware, if the software update doesnít fix it.Step 3: Now, set up the ad hoc wireless network using this command. Replace the parts in markup tags with your own choicestype the below codenetsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=<Enter any name you want here> key=<enter any_password_here>

Step 4: Until now, your hosted network has been created. Now, you need to start it. Use the command below:netsh wlan start hostednetwork
Step 5: Youíre all set, with just one thing remaining. If itís not already enabled, you need to allow Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) for your currently-active internet connection. Simply head over to Network & Sharing Center, and in the properties for the current internet connection, enable ICS. Make sure to select the ad hoc connection under Home networking connection.[/font][/i]
Now you can connect any device to the internet using the ad hoc wireless network with internet connection sharing that you just created on your Windows 8 PC.[/font][/i]
Itís worth noting that this isnít the only method to create an ad hoc connection. If you donít want to play around with netsh command, or just need an easier solution, you may simply use a Virtual Router application for Windows, and that should do the trick for you. Google them out, youíll find various good candidates there[/font][/i]

In an ad hoc mode WLAN (wireless local-area network), wireless devices can communicate directly with each other. If you have a Windows 7 computer (or a Windows Vista computer, which is very similar), you will use a process similar to the following to create and activate your ad hoc WLAN network.

Click Start and choose Control Panel.

This opens the Control Panel window.

Select View Network Status and Tasks.

This opens the Network and Sharing Center window.

From the Network and Sharing Center window, select Set Up a New Connection or Network.

The Set Up a Connection or Network dialog box appears.

From the Set Up a Connection or Network dialog box, choose Set Up a Wireless Ad Hoc (Computer-to-Computer) Network and click Next; click Next again.

The Set Up an Ad Hoc Network dialog box appears.

In the Set Up an Ad Hoc Network dialog box, provide the following information:

Add a network name for your wireless network.

Indicate the security type as either WEP or No Authentication.

If you chose WEP, provide the security key for the network and optionally select the Hide Characters box.

Select Save This Network to keep this network for longer than one session.

Click Next to continue.

The confirmation dialog is displayed, showing you the information that you need to provide to other people who will want to connect to your ad hoc network.

Click Close.

After the connection is set up, it initially becomes active and remains so until you connect to another network. If you did not choose to save the connection, it will be removed from your wireless configuration at that time and you will need to repeat this process to reactivate an ad hoc network connection.

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