File Sharing between PCs without Password Protection

Sometimes you would need to share a file or a folder with another user and you would find it not so easy to do so, more and more if you or the other user doesn’t have a password for your account.

By default, in Windows 7, in order to share a folder, you would need that the Source PC being shared has a password and the Source PC owner would need to give you his password. There are two options to overcome this situation. Continue reading

WhatsApp on Windows Phone OS 7 “Mango”

With the announcement of Skype coming to Windows Phone OS, I think that another app that might be coming on WP OS is WhatsApp Messenger. It is a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows you to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS. Currently WhatsApp Messenger is available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and also Nokia.

The problem that WhatsApp messenger had with the initial release of WP7 was mainly due to the lack of permissions to access the address book and the lack of Sockets on Windows Phone 7. Continue reading

Angry Birds on Windows Phone 7 in May

Sorry guys for my previos post.. it was too good to be true.. Apprently we’ll have to wait a little longer for Angry Birds on Windows Phone 7.. It’s going to be launched on May 25th.. sigh.. Better late than never!

Skype Coming to Windows Phone 7 this Fall

According to Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore, Skype is “definitely coming this fall.” He said this whilst speaking at MIX 2011 which started on Tuesday.

With the extra phone integration features that developers are getting next May, you will be able to call your contacts using Skype. The Phone Integration features include Multitasking, Contacts and Calendar access, and also access to the Camera.

Will we see a front facing camera?.. Time will tell us.

Angry Birds on Windows Phone 7 Today

According to WinRumors.com, today should be the day that Angry Birds will be launched on the Windows Phone Platform. Before Windows Phone came out, there was an Angry Birds graphic being displayed, and Rovio said that they didn’t intend to port it to Windows Phone, but obviously this was always happening, as it happened on every other platform. Continue reading