Archive for the ‘Windows’ Category

Bypass Windows 7 Password

Posted: May 30, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Hacking, News, Windows

How to Screenshot Specific Area on Windows Vista and 7

Posted: April 23, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Windows

Computer Tricks and Tips

Ever wanted to take a screenshot of part of your screen?

Assuming you have either Windows Vista or Windows 7:

  1. Press “Start Button” or click “Start Menu“.
  2. Type “Snipping tool” into the search bar.
  3. Select “Snipping Tool“.

You’ll be greeted by the Snipping Tool.

Your mouse arrow should now be in the form of a cross-hair, All you do to take a picture of a certain area of the screen is click on any part of your window, and drag as to make a box.

Once that’s done another window will come up giving you the chance to save by clicking the floppy disk in the top left hand corner.









If you wish to save the picture in a certain format such as .jpg or .png you can change the saved format of the…

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Resize (Shrink) partition free in Windows 7

Posted: April 14, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Windows

Nokia Lumia 900 Update Fix already available

Posted: April 14, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Windows



We thought this wasn’t due until the 16th, but always a good thing to see an update appear early. Now this was mainly to fix that error which caused problems connecting to AT&T’s LTE network.

When complete your Lumia 900 should be updated to the following:

  • OS Version: 7.10.8112.7
  • Firmware revision number 2175.1002.8112.12084
  • Hardware revision number: 112.1914.2.0
  • Radio software version:
  • Radio hardware version: 8055
  • Bootloader version
  • Chip SOC version:

A commenter at WPCentral said:

Well my phone is now stably locked onto 4G. No more hunting around like before. Its hard to prove a negative but this seems pretty good so far!

NOKIA USA >> | Help line for lumia 900 customers (it’s free).

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7digital music store offers Windows Phone users 18 million tracks for purchase


In news that can be filed under “better late than never,” 7digital has finally brought its impressive music store to the Windows Phone platform. The company has previously promised a January arrival for its eponymous app, which now offers 18 million song tracks for sale. As you’d expect, it offers shoppers with 30 second previews of each track, and purchased music will automatically sync to one’s mobile device.

The Windows Phone version of 7digital now joins its Android, BlackBerry and iOS counterparts, but unique to this release is a Metro interface and support for Live Tiles — which allows users to pin their favorite artists, tracks and albums to the home screen. Shoppers will discover a variable pricing scheme for the DRM-free music, where the majority of albums sell between $5 and $12. Inquiring minds will find the full PR after the break.

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