Showing posts with label Windows. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Windows. Show all posts

Sunday, May 8, 2016

How to Partition HardDisk in Windows OS?

Windows giving you 2 Option for Partition your HardDisk Drive. Partitioning with graphical tools we always like. You can also do partition with Windows OS Disc.  Today we see how to partition your HardDisk with Graphical Tool Disk Management.


You can use the Disk Management tool to resize, create, delete and format partitions and change their drive letters - all without downloading or paying for any other software.

How to Partition HardDisk in Windows OS?

  • Accessing Disk Management
  • Right-Click on My Computer
  • Re-sizing a Partition
  • Right-click a partition in either pane and select Extend Volume or Shrink Volume to re-size it. 
  • Extending and shrinking have some basic limitations.
  • Creating a Partition
  • Deleting a Partition
  • Changing Drive Letters
  • Formatting a Partition




Monday, November 2, 2015

How to Install Laravel On Windows

Step by Step ! How to Install Laravel in Windows with Tips !




: XAMPP :

I assume you have XAMPP or equivalent installed and running. If not then download it from https://www.apachefriends.org/download.html

: Composer :

Then second thing you should have is composer. Composer is a dependency manager for PHP. To check if you already have composer installed, open command prompt and type following command and hit enter:
composer –version
If you see composer version then it is installed, but if you don’t see that and instead see:
composer’ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file
Then you need to install composer. So download and install composer by following steps from here: https://getcomposer.org/doc/00-intro.md#installation-windows

Installing Laravel via Composer:

We will install Laravel using composer. But first you need to switch to your wwwroot directory.  For XAMPP it will be htdocs folder in your xampp directory.
Type following command in command prompt and hit enter:
This will start downloading laravel and its dependencies that may take few minutes.
And it is installed. To test it hit:
And you should see Laravel welcome screen. Once you have Laravel installed and running, Laravel website has a good documentation that you can follow. And if you want even better source than that,Laracasts is the place to start.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Windows 10 is now available on Raspberry Pi and Arduino


Microsoft is aiming at making Windows 10 the OS for all connected devices, and now it’s aiming at the Internet of Things by releasing a build for Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
The developer preview for Windows 10 IoT Core insider will work with the Raspberry Pi 2, MinnowBoard Max and Intel Galileo. Otherwise, you can connect with other Arduino devices through Windows Remote and Windows Virtual Shields.
You can download Windows 10 IoT Core here. And though Windows for the Internet of Things is just getting started, Microsoft’s has already prepared some projects you can work on.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Report: Windows 9 Will Debut as Early as Sept. 30


Windows 9 may be coming even before you begin thinking about a Halloween costume. A new report says Microsoft will give the world a first look at the new version of Windows on Sept. 30 or soon afterward at a press event to announce a developer build of the software.

The Verge reports the date is tentative, but the general timeframe is the end of September/beginning of October. The software will be a "preview" version meant for developers, the report says, so it's unclear if the rumored public beta for Windows 9 would begin at the same time.

Windows 9, which Microsoft has codenamed "Threshold," will revamp Windows to address some key usability criticisms of Windows 8/8.1. For starters, it's bringing back the Start menu (which was "blown out" into the Start screen with Windows 8) and enhancing it with some elements of the "modern" UI. Also, modern Windows apps will be able to run within a window on the Desktop.

In the "rumored but unconfirmed" column, Windows 9 may also do away with the Charms menu, which has proved unpopular with users and developers (just try using the "Share" charm from any modern app). Cortana, the voice assistant on Windows Phone, is also expected to appear in Windows 9, although she may not be in the developer preview that's supposed to launch in the fall.

Representatives for Microsoft declined to comment on the report.

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