Friday, September 28, 2012


x32 and x64 bit versions included!
Languages: English, Spanish, German
WinRAR supports the following formats: RAR, ZIP, CAB, ARJ, LZH, ACE, TAR, GZip, UUE, ISO, BZIP2, Z, 7-Zip

Version 4.20
1. Changes in RAR compression:
a) RAR general compression algorithm is optimized for better
utilization of several processor cores. While some speed gain
is possible even in single processor mode, best results
are achieved in multi-core environment.
Speed gain depends on data type and average file size.
Several cores are utilized more efficiently when compressing
large files.
b) we had to increase memory requirements to achieve higher
compression speed. General RAR compression algorithm allocates
about 120 MB comparing to 40 MB in WinRAR 4.11;
c) RAR text compression algorithm cannot utilize several CPU cores
efficiently, so its performance in multiprocessor environment
is much lower than for general algorithm. Also its decompression
speed is much lower than in general algorithm regardless of
CPU number. So we decided to disable the text algorithm by default.
If you need maximum possible compression ratio for plain text data
regardless of speed, you can enable the text compression
in "Advanced compression parameter" dialog. Press "Compression..."
button on "Advanced" page of archiving dialog to access it.
You can also change this option permanently in default compression
In the command line mode the text compression can be enabled
with -mct switch;
d) "Fastest" (-m1) compression mode also supports several processor
cores now. In 4.11 it could use only a single processor core.
2. RAR general decompression algorithm speed is slightly improved,
though not to same extent as RAR compression. RAR decompression
is not able to use several processor cores, so its performance
does not depend on a number of cores.
3. Changes in ZIP compression:
a) now ZIP compression supports several processor cores resulting
in noticeably higher performance in multi-core environment.
Single CPU ZIP compression is also faster than in 4.11;
b) memory use for ZIP compression is increased to about 15 MB.
4. Recovery volume creating and processing can use several CPU cores
resulting in higher speed. Though, typically hard drive seek speed
is a limiting factor for recovery volumes, so this gain is most
noticeable when working with solid state drive.
5. Now the allowed value for -mt switch is 1 - 32,
not 0 - 16 as before.
6. "Find files" command can search data in 7-Zip archives.
Previously "Find files" did not support .7z archive format.
7. Windows 2000 is not supported by WinRAR and WinRAR self-extracting
modules anymore.
8. "Save current settings" button in "Advanced SFX options" dialog
is now available only when converting an existing archive to SFX.
Options saved with this button are applied only to convert to SFX
If you create or update SFX archive, only SFX options stored
in default compression profile are used. Options saved
in "Advanced SFX options" dialog are ignored for these operations.

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It is He who created you, and among you is the disbeliever, and among you is the believer. And Allah , of what you do, is Seeing. (Surat At-Taghaun 64:2)

From: Bee Be


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He has sent down upon you, [O Muhammad], the Book in truth, confirming what was before it. And He revealed the Torah and the Gospel. (Surat Ali Imran 3:3)

From: Bee Be

Getting started with Windows 7

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SopCast–Free high resolution streaming

What does SopCast Provide?
  • State-of-the-art P2P tech
  • Minimal delay
  • Fast buffering
  • Firewall and NAT traversal
  • Low memory and CPU load
  • Play with external player
  • Memory buffering
  • Self-help management
  • End-to-End security
  • Record p2p stream

Thursday, September 27, 2012

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KMPlayer Version 3.3

KMP is a versatile multi media player which can cover a various different types of contained formats.

Without any separate Codec, you are able to play any media files because KMP has its' own internal Codec. Supported Codec are separated by internal & external. For the sound Codec, KMPlayer supports AC3, DTS, MPEG1, 2, AAC, WMA 7, 8, OGG & etc. and it additionally supports matrix function/normalizer function when internal sound Codec is being used. Internal Codec gets processed inside of KMPlayer so it’s faster & safer. Also KMPlayer supports all the Codec from ffdshow and it additionally supports MPEG1/2. If you’re a user who finds it inconvenient to install Codec, who has a low CPU computer and/or a user who strives for an excellent multi-media playback player, you’ll be able to modify your environment to a convenient multi-media format by using KMP.

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Laialtul Qadar

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2) Sayyidatuna Ayesha r.a. says: " With the start of the last ten nights of Ramazaan, Nabi Kareem  clip_image001 used to "roll up his sleeves and tighten his waist belt (i.e. to work hard in Ibaadat.) and used to keep awake "all these 10 nights" for worship and he used to keep his family awake also for the same. [Saheeh al-Bukhaari, Hadees No:2024.]
3) Sayyidatuna Ayesha r.a. the mother of the faithful, once asked Allah`s Messengerclip_image001[1] if she happened to get the Lailatul-Qadr [Shab-e-Qadar] what prayer should she say. Rasulullaahclip_image001[2]  replied that she should say the following prayer. [
Sunan at-Tirmizie, Hadees No 3513.]

عني فاعف العغو  تحب كريم   عفو انك اللهم


      It means " O Allah! You are very forgiving and love to forgive, so forgive me.

From: Sajid Umar

Quran with Urdu Translation

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From: Muhammad Awan

Learn Islam!

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Assalamu Alaikum,


With the grace of Almighty Allah, we have started a new series of lectures on Islam. These would inshAllah cover from Aqaaid, Ibaadaat to Muamalaat & Muasharat & Akhlaaq. Additionally, we would also cover Islam & Politics & Khilafat related issues to the modern day problems faced by the Ummah.


A total of around 70 topics have been noted, which are:




There would be a lecture, every week inshAllah on mondays.


Venue : Shafi Masjid, Sector A, DHA 1.

Time & Date : After Esha, every Monday.


The first lecture was delivered Alhamdolilah, on 24th September' 2012, on the topic namely "Imaan, Tawheed & Correct Beliefs".


This is a very good oppurtunity inshAllah, for anyone who wants to learn Islam from scratch.


Next lecture, would be as follows:


Date & Time : 01st October' 2012.

Topic : Qurbaani Aor Uss Kaay Ahkaam


If you are interested and want to be a part of us, kindly reply with an acknowledgement for further updates. If you are not interested, please ignore this email.


JazakAllahu Khaira.


From: Ali Munir

Friday, September 21, 2012

Follow the T20 World Cup With ICC Cricket for BlackBerry


If you’re a follower of the T20 World Cup, you might want to check out this new app. ICC Cricket is the official app of the International Cricket Council and with it you can follow the latest news, see photo galleries and team information as well as a live ball-by-ball information from all matches. There’s also live audio match commentary and match highlights. The app is currently available for free from App World.

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Saturday, September 15, 2012

High Level Principles of Time Management in Islam

High Level Principles of Time Management in Islam

From: Muhammad Umair Sami

STC simplifies recharging process for SAWA customers

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The initiative comes in anticipation of the new regulation imposed by the Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC), which requires customers input their national identification number (Iqama) immediately after entering their prepaid card number to charge SIM cards, recharge, or transfer balances. Customers can recharge their SAWA SIM cards in 6 easy ways.

The first method involves transferring funds by sending an SMS to 1500, containing *133* then inputting the destination SAWA phone number, followed by ( * ),  followed by the  amount to be transferred, followed by ( * ) and the national identification number of the destination user, followed by #.

The second method is processed through SAWA rechargeable cards, and requires the customer to input *155* then the recharging card’s number, followed by ( * ), followed by the Iqama number, followed by ( # ) then pressing the “call” key.

The third method requires the customer to send an SMS to 1500, that contains *155*, followed by the rechargeable card’s number, followed by ( * ), followed by the Iqama number, then ( # ) and then sending the message.

The fourth method requires the customer to call 1500, and when prompted, choose to recharge, then enter the rechargeable card’s number followed by the Iqama number.

The fifth method allows customers to recharge their cards through the STC website, at The sixth method involves using Al Jawwal Portal by visiting the website: through the user’s phone.

The telecom giant clarified that the only identification cards that can be used to recharge SIM cards are the Iqama number, national identification card, and passport. In the event that there are letters in the passport, they should be avoided when inputting the passport number. All information entered by customers must be accurate and up to date.

Thursday, September 13, 2012






Tuesday, September 11, 2012

BlackBerry App World 101: Content Ratings

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Some useful information you should know if you use the BlackBerry App World™ storefront is how to enable and customize content rating options. This allows you to filter what content you see in BlackBerry App World based on four ratings: Adult, Mature, Teen, and General. To learn more about content ratings, check out the blog post New BlackBerry App World content ratings improve discovery and safety published by my colleague Alex in the Inside BlackBerry Developer Blog.

After enabling content rating settings on your smartphone or tablet, you will have the option of locking the setting as well using a four-digit password. A very important thing to consider is if you forget this password, the only way to reset it is by performing a security wipe of your smartphone or tablet.

With that being said, here’s an overview of how to enable and customize content rating settings when using a BlackBerry® smartphone or a BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet:

BlackBerry smartphone

1. Open BlackBerry App World
2. Select “My Account” followed by “Content Controls”
3. Specify which type of content you would like to see:

  • Adult (18+) – Show all items
  • Mature (17+) – Show general, teen and mature items
  • Teen (13+) – Show general and teen items
  • General – Show items suitable for all ages

4. Optionally select “Lock Settings” and enter a four-digit password

  • If enabled, to disable the lock, select “Lock Settings” and enter the four-digit password
  • As mentioned earlier, this password cannot be reset so ensure you remember it!

5. Hit the Escape key when finished to save your changes.

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BlackBerry PlayBook tablet

1. Open BlackBerry App World
2. Swipe down from the top bezel and select “Content Settings”


3. Specify which type of content you would like to see:

  • Adult (18+) – Show all items
  • Mature (17+) – Show general, teen and mature items
  • Teen (13+) – Show general and teen items
  • General – Show items suitable for all ages

4. Optionally toggle the Lock switch to “On” and enter a four-digit password to lock these settings

  • If enabled, to disable the lock, set the Lock Switch to “Off” and enter the four-digit password
  • As mentioned earlier, this password cannot be reset so ensure you remember it!

5. Select “< Back” when finished.

Got a question about content ratings in BlackBerry App World? Leave a comment and let me know!

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Monday, September 10, 2012

World First's - Invention and Discoveries


1. World First Digital Camera (1975): Created by Kodak's engineer Steve Sasson

In December 1975, Kodak engineer Steve Sasson invented something that would, decades later, revolutionize photography: the world’s first digital camera. It was the size of a toaster, and captured black and white images at a resolution of 100×100 - or 0.01 megapixels in today’s marketing terminology. The images were stored on cassette tape, taking 23 seconds to write. The camera uses an ADC from Motorola, a bog-standard (for the 1970s) lens from a Kodak movie camera, and a CCD chip from Fairchild Semiconductor - the same technology that digital cameras still use today. To playback the images, a special computer and tape reader setup (pictured below) was built, outputting the grainy images on a standard TV. It took a further 23 seconds to read each image from tape.



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2. World's First Motel (1925): Motel Inn

Motel Inn in San Luis Obispo, California, is the world’s first motel. It was built in 1925 by LA architect Arthur Heineman, who coined the term motel meaning "motor hotel." Motel Inn was originally called the Milestone Mo-Tel. Back then, one night stay was $1.25. Heineman couldn’t afford the trademark registration fee, so his competitors were able to use the word "motel." The motel is still in operation today.



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3. World's First Album Cover (1938): Smash Song Hits by Rodgers and Hart

Before Alex Steinweiss, then a 23-year-old designer, invented album covers in 1938 for Columbia Records, albums were sold in plain brown wrappers. The album "Smash Song Hits by Rodgers and Hart" was the very first album cover in the world.



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4. World's First Novel (1007): Tale of Genji

More than a thousend years ago, on 1007, a Japanese court lady put the finishing touches on what is considered the world's first novel. Spanning 75 years, more than 350 characters, and brimming with romantic poems, the "Tale of Genji" tells the story of an emperor's son, his quest for love, and the many women he meets along the way. It is attributed to the Japanese noblewoman Murasaki Shikibu.



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5. World's First Web Server and Web Site (1990): a NeXT computer at CERN was the address of the world's first-ever web site and web server, running on a NeXT computer at CERN. The first web page address was http://info. t/WWW/TheProject .html, made by Tim Berners-Lee.



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6. World's First Motorcycle (1885): Daimler's "riding car"

The First Motorcycle was designed and built by the German inventors Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in Bad Cannstatt (Stuttgart) in 1885. It was essentially a motorised bicycle, although the inventors called their invention the Reitwagen ("riding car"). It was also the first petroleum-powered vehicle.



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7. World's First X-Ray (1895): Röntgen's wife hand

In 1895 Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, professor of physics the University of Wurburg in Germany, was doing experiments with electrical discharges in evacuated glass tubes. Late in 1895 Wilhelm Röntgen was alone at night doing his experiments, this time in the dark and noticed a glow was produced on the wall, which he knew was not caused by fluorescence or visible light. He named these new, unidentified rays 'X' or if you prefer; X-rays. After several months of playing with his discovery he noticed that objects place in the path of the rays cast shadows and created images on the wall. Soon after he used a photgraphic plate and had his wife, Frau Röntgen, place her hand in the path of the X-rays, creating the world's first X-ray picture. In 1901 Wilhelm Röntgen was awarded the very first Nobel Prize in Physics for this discovery.



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8. World's First Computer Mouse (1964): by Douglas Engelbart

The world's first computer mouse was made by Douglas Engelbart in 1964, it consisted of two gear-wheels positioned perpendicular to each other -- allowing movement on one axis. Ergonomic shape, great button placement -- and it's made of wood.



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9. World's First Skyscraper (1885): Home Insurance Building in Chicago

Considered to be the first skyscraper in the world due to the building's unique architecture and unique weight bearing frame, the Home Insurance Building was built in 1885 in Chicago, Illinois and demolished in 1931 to make way for the Field Building (now the LaSalle National Bank Building). It was the first building to use structural steel in its frame, but the majority of its structure was composed of cast and wrought iron. It was the first tall building to be supported, both inside and outside, by a fireproof metal frame. It had 10 stories and rose to a height of 138 feet (42 m) high.



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10. World's First Concept Car (1938): Buick Y-Job

Designed in 1938 by the famous General Motors designer Harley Earl, the Buick Y-Job is considered by most to be the first concept car. The car had power-operated hidden headlamps, "gunsight" hood ornament, wraparound bumpers, flush door handles, and prefigured styling cues used by Buick until the 1950s.



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11. World's First MP3 Player (1998): MPMan 32MB

Released in 1998, the Eiger Labs MPMan was the world's first MP3 player, boasting 32MB of internal memory -- expandable to 64MB. Available in F10 or F20 models, the latter boasting SmartMedia compatibility, this player set you back a mere $69 + shipping. It measures a slim 91 x 70 x 16.5 mm.



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12. World's First Crossword (1913): Arthur Wynne's Invention

In 1913, Arthur Wynne had the job of devising the weekly puzzle page for Fun, the eight-page comic section of the New York World, a major newspaper of the time. When he devised what he called a Word-cross for the Christmas edition, published on 21 December, he could have no idea that he would be starting a worldwide craze.



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13. World's First Microprocessor (1971): Intel 4004

In November, 1971, a company called Intel publicly introduced the world's first single chip microprocessor, the Intel 4004 (U.S. Patent #3,821,715), invented by Intel engineers Federico Faggin, Ted Hoff, and Stan Mazor. After the invention of integrated circuits revolutionized computer design, the only place to go was down -- in size that is. The Intel 4004 chip took the integrated circuit down one step further by placing all the parts that made a computer think (i.e. central processing unit, memory, input and output controls) on one small chip. Programming intelligence into inanimate objects had now become possible.



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14. World's First Magazine (1731): The Gentleman's Magazine

The Gentleman's Magazine, first published in 1731, in London, is considered to have been the first magazine. Edward Cave, who edited The Gentleman's Magazine under the pen name "Sylvanus Urban", was the first to use the term "magazine", on the analogy of a military storehouse of varied materiel, originally derived from the Arabic makazin "storehouses" . It ceased publication in September, 1907.



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15. World's First Photograph (1826): "View from the Window at Le Gras"

Centuries of advances in chemistry and optics, including the invention of the camera obscura, set the stage for the world’s first photograph. In 1826, French scientist Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, took that photograph, titled View from the Window at Le Gras at his family’s country home. Niépce produced his photo—a view of a courtyard and outbuildings seen from the house’s upstairs window—by exposing a bitumen-coated plate in a camera obscura for several hours on his windowsill.


From: Muhammad Naveed Khan

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

STC offers customers free calling after the 2nd minute and for 3 months

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STC announced many new features to customers establishing a new post-paid line, or upgrading from SAWA or Lana. Customers will only be charged for the first 2 minutes of a voice call made within STC’s network; consequent minutes are free of charge. The offer, which begins Saturday, September 1st 2012, is valid every day and lasts for 3 months. In addition, customers receive an internet bundle of 500MB per month, and a free subscription to “SMS Key” which offers 500 free SMS within the network every month.

Monday, September 3, 2012

BlackBerry Messenger v6.2.0.56 Appearing In App World For OS 7.1 Devices


Today seems like a good day to update BBM to the latest version. The new version is starting to propagate through App World and is currently available by going to as well. For some reason, this update is only available for OS 7.1, and since this is the first time a BBM

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Capture images and video at the same time with Dual Camera for BlackBerry

Dual Camera BlackBerry

Lots of times when you're recording a video from your phone camera there are moments when you wish you could just snap a photo instead. Thankfully, Dual Camera for BlackBerry can do just that. With the easy to use app you can start recording video and snap photos without a hitch. Dual Camera features three modes to satisfy all your media-loving needs. Camera Mode for snappng still photos, Video Mode for recording videos and Dual Mode for grabbing stills while you shoot video. The video and photos are stored right on your memory card and can also be easily viewed from within the app. The UI is simple to use so you'll have no problems becoming a media master. Grab it free from the link below.

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