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Saturday, February 27, 2010

How to Activate Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 using Activation Keys

The latest version of Kaspersky Antivirus and Internet Security (2010) does not allow to activate your Kaspersky product using a license key file i.e. without an activation code.
The 2010 Kaspersky Lab products can be activated only by an activation code via the Internet

becomes quite difficult if you have a valid license key file or want to Activate Kaspersky Products Offline.
Though, 2010 build don’t have the option to activate using the key file but there is a trick to do it :D
Activation Kaspersky 2010 license using key file:
1. Open your Kaspersky 2010 License Manager.
2. Click Activate New License.
3. Select Activate commercial license and enter the activation license code as T1JVS-NNMBD-K1QTN-SUBP8 (beta code).
4. Click Next. Now you’ll get a dialog box as shown below, click Ok on it.
dialog box
5. That’s it. Now you will see the option of a key file to activate your KAV/KIS 2010 product.
key file option in kaspersky 2010
Browse to the key location on your PC and activate your product easily.

UPDATE – Activating Kaspersky 2010 (ver using key file.
As pointed out by some readers, the above trick does not work when activating KAV/KIS (v with a key file. Here is a working way which lets you do this task. Follow the steps below carefully -
1. Open Kaspersky License Manager.
2. Click Activate New License (Delete any trial key first, by clicking the red X next to it).
3. Disable your internet connection (either disable Network adapter from control panel or turn off your modem/router).
4. Select Activate commercial license and enter the activation license code as T1JVS-NNMBD-K1QTN-SUBP8 or select activate trial license.
5. Click Next, an error dialog box will open as shown below:
error dialog box
6. Click Ok and you will now get the option to activate kaspersky using a key file. Browse to the key location and activate kaspersky.
If you have a Kaspersky license code and want to convert it to a license key file, for offline access then check this post: How to Activate Kaspersky Products Offline ?
NoteComments asking for license codes & license keys will not be approved. 

SOURCE: http://webtrickz.com/how-to-activate-kaspersky-2010-license-using-a-key-file/

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Microsoft-Amazon patent deal covers Kindle, Linux

One Microsoft Way - Microsoft News

Microsoft and Amazon.com have signed a wide-ranging patent cross-licensing agreement that provides each company with access to the other's patent portfolio. Specific terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but it was made clear that Amazon will be paying Microsoft an undisclosed amount of money as part of the arrangement. While Microsoft wouldn't say which of its products and technologies Amazon is interested in, Microsoft did mention that Amazon's Kindle, which employs open source and proprietary software components, as well as Amazon's use of Linux-based servers are covered.

One Microsoft Way - Microsoft News

One Microsoft Way - Microsoft News

Over six months ago, Google announced it would start phasing out support for Internet Explorer 6 on Orkut and YouTube, and started pushing its users to modern browsers. The search giant has now given a specific kill date for old browser support on the video website via a page on Google.com titled Solve a Problem: Upgrading your browser:

Support stops on March 13th. Stopped support essentially means that some future features on YouTube will be rolled out that won't work in older browsers.

Microsoft patents automatic device pairing system

A recent patent application (via WMPowerUser.com) describes a system devised by Microsoft to enable automatic pairing of devices over short-range wireless connections such as Bluetooth and Wireless USB. After an initial manual pairing, say between a phone and a PC, the system would allow those devices to automatically pair with other related devices, such as a second PC.
The pairing mechanism would act as an alternative to the preexisting pairing mechanisms already built in to these protocols, and would require device support for both sides of the operation. Public key cryptography is used to securely share pairing information among different devices; that information might be transmitted via USB key, network connection or any other convenient method. The described system respects user identities, so merely pairing with a computer would not mean that anyone logged into the machine would be able to use an automatically paired device.
Scenarios in which suitably enabled devices would be useful are not too hard to envision. Having phones automatically paired to all the PCs you own is perhaps the most obvious example of when this would be useful, but more broadly, any peripheral could be used: headsets that you pair with your PC but also work automatically with your phone, mice that work with every PC you own, and so on.
Of course, filing a patent does not mean that this will ever materialize in any shipping product, and there's no indication thus far that this will form a part of Windows Phone 7 Series. That said, phones and PCs are probably the best-suited devices to this kind of technology as, being software-driven, they're the easiest to update to include this kind of extension. Seamless wireless syncing (Zune already performs syncing over WiFi, unlike the iPhone), including seamless wireless pairing, would certainly be another way in which Microsoft could distinguish its phone platform from the iPhone, and would enable the company to promote the more connected, less wired merits of Windows Phone.

One Microsoft Way - Microsoft News

One Microsoft Way - Microsoft News

Microsoft has released a slew of nonsecurity updates on Windows Update and the Microsoft Download Center, the majority of which are for the latest versions of the client and server operating systems.

Sunday, February 21, 2010


Today I got very nice blogs related with MSOffice tutorials. Keeping link here. Hope it will be workable in the future.

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Friday, February 19, 2010

Sunday, February 14, 2010


avast! 4 Home Edition is a full-featured antivirus package designed exclusively for home users and non-commercial use. Alwil offers the Home Edition free of charge, since it is possible to avoid global virus spreading by efficient prevention.

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