so here is an duckky easter egg from Imageready CS2


Run image ready(i think version you know by the titile)
Now with CTRL Key press click “Help” —> “about imageready”
click (holding CTRL key) as shown in this figure where ever you want

Then press alt key and press where you want ducks
These ducks are in number of 10 only.

Now restart the image ready and see welcome screen full of ducky’s

If you want to remove all the ducks please follow the steps :-

Run image ready(i think version you know by the titile)
Now with CTRL Key press click “Help” —> “about imageready”

Now Press CTRL+SHIFT key and click on image

and ducks will be gone now be happy

ReactOS An Open OS Beating XP

ReactOS? is an advanced free open source operating system providing a ground-up implementation of a Microsoft Windows? XP compatible operating system. ReactOS aims to achieve complete binary compatibility with both applications and device drivers meant for NT and XP operating systems, by using a similar architecture and providing a complete and equivalent public interface.


ReactOS is the most complete working model of a Windows? like operating system available. Consequently, working programmers will learn a great deal by studying ReactOS source code and even participating in ReactOS development.
ReactOS has and will continue to incorporating features from newer versions and sometimes even define the state of the art in operating system technology.
In short, ReactOS is aiming to run your applications and use your hardware, a free operating system for everyone!
Please bear in mind that ReactOS 0.3.1 is still in alpha stage, meaning it is not feature complete and is not recommended for everyday use.

Overall :- Its fine and have iso file sizing about +- 15 MB (at the time of writing). You must try it and see the difference . its free so why not try it . setup in 5 min max.
Bottomline :- Hangs tooo many time . My opinion is that you should not use it as a primary OS as it is in alpha/beta stage.

See their official webpage at

Note :- XP? and ReactOS? are are trademark of their respective companies .

Intel Preps Quad-Core CPU for Lappies

2008 is gonna be an interesting year if Intel keeps its promises. You see, on their 2008 roadmap sits a quad-core Penryn mobile processor designed for intense gaming and hardcore power users. Quad-core to go? You better believe it.

Intel’s not saying how they plan on achieving this or what kinda battery life these lappies will have, but as long as they don’t fry my kneecaps or burst into flames, this will definitely be worth waiting for, even if only for bragging rights
On Intel’s 2008 roadmap is a quad-core 45nm Penryn mobile processor aimed at high-level gaming and mobile workstations.

The quad-core mobile chip will likely be different in some way from Intel’s current desktop and server quad-core chips, which strap together two dual-core dies inside a single chip package. One possibility is the release of a quad-core chip on a single silicon die – something that Intel has hinted will come in the future, but has so far not discussed in concrete product terms.