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Tips Mengurangi Mata Lelah

May 9, 2010 § 1 Comment

Beberapa dari kita tentu memiliki kebiasaan untuk bekerja berlama-lama di depan monitor PC, entah untuk bekerja atau melakukan hal lain seperti bermain game dan browsing. Alhasil efek mata lelah dan kepala pening pun tak dapat dihindari. Walau banyak yang menganggap fakta ini tidak sepenuhnya benar, namun kenyataannya hal ini tetap mempengaruhi kesehatan mata kita. Efeknya terkadang kita sedikit kesulitan untuk memfokuskan objek pandang, dan sebagainya. Hal ini tentunya diakibatkan pancaran radiasi monitor yang terlalu lama saat kita bekerja.

1. Jaga jarak pandang dari monitor.

Berada terlalu dekat dengan monitor memang sedikit membahayakan bagi mata kita. Seharusnya kita menjaga jarak pandang ke monitor kita dengan baik. Jarak yang disarankan adalah sekitar 20-40 inchi (50-100cm) dari mata.

Jika kita masih kesulitan membaca padahal monitor sudah berada pada jarak 20 inchi, cobalah untuk memperbesar font kita hingga kita merasa nyaman.

2. Singkirkan CRT, Beralih ke LCD

Monitor tabung (CRT) memang memberi efek yang lebih buruk dibanding LCD, selain energi yang dibutuhkan juga lebih besar. Cobalah mengganti monitor CRT kita dengan LCD.

Namun harga monitor LCD memang lebih mahal dibanding CRT. Bagi kita yang masih menyeyangi monitor CRT, ada baiknya kita membeli filter anti-radiasi. ini adalah solusi untuk mengurangi rasa nyeri mata akibat duduk berlama-lama di depan monitor, namun dengan harga yang murah.

3. Atur monitor setting

Beberapa monitor yang ada sekarang banyak menyediakan pre-set display mode, untuk memudahkan pengguna mengganti setting layar mereka. Pre-set setting tersebut memberi level brightnes yang berbeda, untuk menyesuaikan kondisi penggunaan monitor. Adakalanya manfaatkan hal tersebut.

Misal settingan seperti, ‘text’ atau ‘internet’ akan terasa lebih sejuk di mata, saat kita gunakan untuk mengetik ataupun browsing. Setingan ‘game’ atau ‘movie’ akan terlihat lebih terang saat digunakan.

4. Gunakan kacamata anti radiasi

Walau hal ini membutuhkan biaya yang relatif lebih mahal, namun ada baiknya saat memiliki cukup uang kita membeli kacamata anti-radiasi. Selain bisa dibawa kemanapun kita bekerja, kacamata ini tak hanya berguna saat kita bekerja di depan monitor, namuna juga melindungi mata dari cahaya lampu mobil, radiasi TV, dan sebagainya. « Read the rest of this entry »

Setting up “Windows XP mode” in Windows 7

May 8, 2010 § 1 Comment

(diambil dari buku, Upgrading and Fixing Computers Do-It-Yourself For Dummies.)

Many Windows XP programs run fine under Windows 7, but a few oldsters refuse to adjust to the new world of Windows 7. To help your old Windows XP programs keep gasping along, Microsoft released “Windows XP Mode.”

This free downloadable program lets you run Windows XP programs while sequestered inside their own Windows 7 window.

Even when running in their own happy Windows XP world, the Windows XP programs have access to your real computer’s files and disk drives, making for a peaceful coexistence with Windows 7.

Unfortunately, the first version of Windows XP mode required computers with a special type of CPU, leaving out many potential customers. This month, Microsoft upgraded its software to remove the CPU requirement, but Windows XP mode still only runs on Windows 7’s Enterprise, Professional, or Ultimate versions.

Follow these steps to install Windows XP Mode on your Windows 7 computer and begin running your holdout Windows XP programs within their own happy Windows XP world:

  1. Visit Microsoft’s Windows Virtual PC Web site (below) and fill out a short questionnaire about both your Windows 7 version (32- or 64-bit) and your preferred language. (Windows XP comes in about two dozen different languages.)
  2. Download each of the three files listed by the Web site: Windows XP Mode, Windows Virtual PC, and Windows XP Mode Update. (You may also need to download and run Microsoft’s Windows Activation Update to prove you’re running a legitimate version of Windows 7.)
  3. First, run the Windows XP Mode program. (The downloaded file was called WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe on my computer; yours should be named something similar.)
  4. Second, run the Windows Virtual PC program, also known as KB958559. You need to restart your computer afterward.
  5. Finally, run the Windows XP Mode Update, also known as KB977206, and restart your computer, once again.
  6. Open Windows XP Mode by clicking Start, choosing All Programs, clicking Windows Virtual PC, and choosing Windows XP Mode.
  7. Open a Windows XP window by clicking Start, clicking All Programs,  clicking Windows Virtual PC, and clicking Windows XP Mode.

  8. In a strange deja vu, you find yourself installing Windows XP once again, clicking your way past a licensing agreement screen, and entering a password for your given username of “XPMUser.”
  9. Be sure to let the program turn on Automatic Updates to keep your virtual XP world updated through Windows Update. Remember, Windows XP isn’t nearly as secure as Windows 7.
  10. Click Start Setup to give your Windows XP window access to the files and folders on your Windows 7 computer.

Windows 7 begins setting up Windows XP Mode, and ends by showing Windows XP running within its own window, complete with its Teletubbies wallpaper, and its welcome message: “There are unused icons on your desktop.” Welcome back to Windows XP!

To start exploring, open the My Computer program from the Start menu, and you’ll see your computer’s disk drives.

Windows XP Mode differs from a “real” version of Windows XP in several ways:

  • To install a program, insert the program’s CD or DVD into the drive, and install it from there. (You’ll need to double-click your CD or DVD drive’s icon to open it, then double-click the file named setup.exe to begin installing the program.)
  • Windows XP Mode runs Windows XP Service Pack 3, not the first version of Windows XP. That means that the billions of patches Microsoft has released over the last decade are included, so Windows XP mode installs much more quickly than that old Windows XP CD sitting in your desk drawer.
  • USB plug-in drives — flash drives, portable hard drives and the like — show up in both Windows 7 and Windows XP, which is very handy.
  • You can cut and paste between your Windows XP and your Windows 7 world. Also very handy.
  • Once you’ve installed Windows XP programs in Windows XP mode, they show up on your Windows 7 Start menu. Click the Start button, choose All Programs, click Windows Virtual PC, and you’ll see your Windows XP program listed.
  • Close down Windows XP Mode from its own Start menu. Or, click the Ctrl+Alt+Del menu atop the window; then click the Shut Down button.
  • Windows XP Mode loads your virtual Windows XP world with 512MB of memory. Surprisingly, this is plenty for most old Windows XP programs. But you need more memory, close Windows XP Mode and perform a virtual upgrade: Click the Start button, choose All Programs, click Windows Virtual PC.  Windows Virtual PC opens, and it looks just like a folder. Click the Windows XP Mode entry, click Settings on the menu bar, and start tweaking any of its settings, including its 512MB memory limit.

Windows XP Mode isn’t for everybody, and it’s not as easy to use as a standalone Windows XP computer. But if you simply must keep that Windows XP program running, it’s a convenient life-support system.

CARA MUDAH UNTUK MERENAME FILE PADA WINDOWS XP/VISTA

March 18, 2009 § Leave a comment


ada suatu keinginan ketika kita ingin mengganti nama dari foto-foto kita yang standar, misalnya dari sebuah kemera yang biasannya bernama IMG_003.jpg dll. jika foto ini hanya satu…gpplah, cukup direname di file yang kita inginkan, tapi jika foto tersebut dalam jumlah yang banyak…!!!???? saya akan memberitahukan cara merename file yang mudah, contohnya

IMG_1.jpg fotoku1.jpg

IMG_2.jpg > fotoku2.jpg

IMG_3.jpg > fotoku3.jpg

IMG_4.jpg > fotoku4.jpg

IMG_5.jpg fotoku5.jpg

IMG_6.jpg fotoku6.jpg

dst…

cara mudahnya ialah cukup memblok file yang kita ingin rubah,

setelah itu rename file yang berada pada urutan yang pertama sesuai dengan nama yang diinginkan…. ….dah jadi deh!!

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