Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Top 5 Free Tools for You to Rip DVD Movies for Your Devices.

When I have some Wonderful DVD movies, I always wonder that whether I can enjoy them on my cellphone, my video player or tablet. I think many other friends also has this kind of problem. Today, I'd like to share you five FREE tools to rip DVD so that you can watch DVD on cellphones, play DVD on iPad and more other devices.

First one: DVDShrink
 DVDShrink, the free DVD decrypter, ripper, and compressor, is a popular all-in-one stop for DVD ripping and backup.
Pros: sleek and user-friendly interface; great compression functionality
Cons: has not been updated for years and might not be able to decrypt some DVDs with newer copy-protection
OS: Windows 7, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Download Free here:

Second One:HandBrake
The free, open source, cross-platform Handbrake can convert DVD to video in only MP4 and MKV formats for iPods, PSPs, Apple TVs, PS3s, etc.
Pros: excellent output video quality; small in size; support multi-platform
Cons: cannot rip protected DVDs unless paired with another software; not stable, sometimes even crash; limited output formats
OS: All Windows, Mac and Linux versions
Download Free here:

Third One: Format Factory
Format Factory is a multifunctional media converter with simple interface. It supports conversion between all popular formats of video, audio and image, including DVD ripping. It is flexible and customizable, allowing you to set output settings, such as adding watermarks, subtitles and a lot of other options.
Pros: support all multimedia file formats; support 62 languages; repair damaged video and audio file
Cons: annoying ads on interface
OS: All Windows operating systems
Download Free here:

Fourth One: WinX DVD Ripper
WinX DVD Ripper is also a great free DVD ripper that is very easy to use. With its presetting profiles, you would be finished with your ripping task in a snap. It is fast and straightforward and supports ripping DVD to AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, MPEG, FLV and many more. For the basic DVD ripping requirements, this free software is a great tool to have.
Pros: fast ripping speed; easy to use and ideal for newbies;
Cons: does not support all video formats and portable devices
OS: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista (32 & 64 bit), Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit)
Download Free here:

Last One: DVDFab HD Decrypter
DVDFab HD Decrypter can remove all the DVD protections and part of Blu-ray protections, and copy DVD/Blu-ray to hard drive. It allows you to either copy the full disc or just copy the main movie. It is also flexible and customizable, as you can edit the settings and apply special effects.
Pros: easy to operate; multiple settings; quick speed and fabulous effect
Cons: may not be able to support new protection scheme with latest DVDs
OS: Windows 8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit/64-bit)
Download Free here:

Resource From: Goshareware

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Windows 7 VS Windows 8, Which One do You Prefer?

39 days ago (26, October, 2012) Microsoft released Windows 8 OS, many Windows OS users wandering go for update for Windows 8 or stick with Windows 7. And this guide today, I’d like to talk about the topic for Window 7 VS Windows 8, which one is better?
As we know before Windows 8 came, Windows 7 is used by most Windows OS users. And we are familiar with the functions and surface for Windows 7. So today, let’s go and see the differences in Windows 8 functions. There are 6 kinds of changes for Windows 8. Here we go for a look one by one. (From Wiki for Windows 8)
First, Safety and security
There are two new authentication methods tailored towards touchscreens for Windows 8 security features. The antivirus capabilities to Windows Defender are supported for the "Secure Boot" functionality on UEFI systems to protect against malware infecting the boot process.
Second, Online services and functionality
Different from Windows 7, Windows 8 starts to provide online services. By using your Mircosoft account you can access services and synchronize applications and settings between devices.
Windows 8 also improved support for mobile broadband; the OS can now accept for SIM card and automatically configure connection settings.
Third, Windows Store and Apps
Windows Store apps were originally known as "Metro-style apps", according to Microsoft developer Jensen Harris, these apps are to be optimized for touchscreen environments and have smaller scope in relation to desktop applications. Apps can run either in a full-screen mode, or be docked directly to the side of a screen.
Fourth, Web browsers
Special exceptions are given to web browsers classified as being "New experience enabled" , which can provide a special version to run within the "Metro" shell. Unlike other apps, they can be coded using Win32 code instead of WinRT, permanently run in the background, use multiple background processes, and are distributed with desktop web browsers rather than through the Windows Store.
Fifth, Interface and desktop
Windows 8 introduces significant changes to the operating system's user interface, many of which are centered towards improving its experience on tablet computers and other touchscreen devices. The new user interface is based on Microsoft's Metro design language, and features a new tile-based Start screen similar to that of Windows Phone, which has replaced the previous Start menu entirely.
Sixth, Secure boot
Windows 8 supports a feature of the UEFI specification known as "Secure boot", which uses a public-key infrastructure to verify the integrity of the operating system and prevent unauthorized programs such as bootkits from infecting the device.
They are the new features for Windows 8, maybe you think the tips are so wonderful, but why still so many people do not like Windows 8? Here is a post I found in a blog for Disadvantages of Windows 8.
1, The main disadvantage is lies in the working, the system is reboot several times (especially for 30 min)only for developer and consumer preview not for pro.
2, No antivirus for the windows 8(consumer and developer preview) only windows firewall and internet security(but available for win 8 pro).
3, Apps works only in the full monitor by occupying the full face of the monitor.
4, No side apps can be run will we are using the apps.
5, And my recommendation is to run the windows 8 consumer preview in another (dual boot), because it has many problem in it and if the windows 8 release stick to it, until you should be struck in windows 7 or windows xp.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Top 5 Andoroid tablets. Which one do you think is the best android tablet?

Nowadays, people do not need to carry a heavy laptop for searching the news and knowlegdes you need. The tablets can meet the requirements. We can search the internet and enjoy the music on the go via tablets. They make our daily life easier simpler and more enjoyment. And except iPad, most tablets are android ones, and among them, do you know which one is the best android tablet? The following will list the top 5 tablets, here we go.
Position One: Google Nexus 7 (Price: $199.99)
Without doubt, Google Nexus 7 is the best android tablet in most people's mind. It is manufactured by Asus to Google's specifications, and then packing a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 12 core GPU, 8GB and 16GB internal storage and 7-inch 1280 x 800 screen, the Nexus 7 certainly has the skills to pay the bills, but at a highly attractive price point.
Position Two: Google Nexus 10 (Price: $399.00)
The 10.1 display is one of the biggest talking points on the Google Nexus 10. At 300 pixels per inch it's the highest resolution  (2560 x 1600 )  tablet display on the planet. It comes with 5 5 megapixels  rear-facing camera and 1.9 megapixels front-facing camera.
Position Three: Amazon Kindle Fire HD ($199.99)
The 7 inch kindle Fire HD comes with 1280 x 800  HD display resolution. Also combine with 1.2 G processor and Dual-core.Coming in at 16GB and 32GB flavours, the Kindle Fire HD is sure to be a big hit, bringing the simplicity of the e-book range to the tablet arena, with dedicated space to access your movies, games, apps and music too.
Position Four: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 ($449.00 )
The special point for Galaxy Note 10.1, it's not only have the big screen, but also a quad core processor and the S pen. The resolution is 1280 x 800  for watching HD movies.
Position Five: Asus Transformer Pad Infinity ($449.00)
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700's high-resolution screen rivals the new iPad's display in sharpness and clarity. Also, apps launch quickly, GPS works well, and its rear camera is the best I've seen on any Android tablet. The tablet's body has the same great thin and light design as the Prime.


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