how to get microsoft office activation key from already installed?
I have Microsoft Office 2010 installed on my laptop and want to add it to my tablet. The version is good for 3 computers. I ordered it online and received the disk in the mail but not the activation code. The code was sent to an old e-mail address that I don’t have anymore. Is there a way to find the activation code on an already installed version?
I used to use the Magical Jelly Bean key finder for that. (Yep, that’s really its name.) Looks like the author decided to make it a paid app rather than free since then: http://www.magicaljellybean.com/product-key-finder-win7-office2010/
Comparison chart at: http://www.magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder/ Doesn’t look like the free version opens much of interest any more. The free version worked great for Windows XP and Office 2003, so I’m sure the new version works. It’s just not free any more.
What is the difference between Kindle Fire and an Ipad?
Can a person also download/read books in an Ipad? What is the best device/tablet that can be used for reading books? What is the difference between the Kindle fire and the regular grey kindle?
There’s a very good user review here, from an owner of both iPad and Kindle Fire HD. It’ll help you decide:
I say the Kindle Fire HD. Not only it is much cheaper, but also the Kindle is actually doing better than the iPad on some areas. Let me try to give a comparison between them.
IPad advantages (over the Kindle Fire HD):
- Bigger 9.7″ screen (Kindle is 8.9″ screen max)
- Best screen resolution (Retina display is 264ppi, Kindle is 254ppi)
- Rear view camera
- GPS (but Kindle Fire HD 4G model has GPS as well)
- More app selection (iOS)
Kindle Fire HD advantages (over the iPad):
- Better Dolby audio speaker (the newest iPad still has mono speaker, not even stereo)
- Dual band, dual antennas WiFi (iPad is Dual band, single antenna)
- File transfer with computer directly via USB cable (not for iPad)
- Lighter in weight, more portable
- Kindle only features like Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, Kindle FreeTime, X-Ray for movies and books, Text-to-Speech to read a loud books, etc.
- 4G LTE subscription plans are cheaper (a comparison can be found on the Kindle’s sales page, for the Kindle HD 4G model)
Kindle Fire HD is even better than iPad when you use the tablet for streaming video and watching movies, as it has dolby audio speaker and dual antenna WiFi. Another thing I like for Kindle is their digital content supply, including books, magazines, music, movies, TV shows, etc. IPad is good on these as well, but any videos and books you bought on iPad can’t be used on non-Apple devices, while things you bought from Amazon can be used on other computers or tablets (including iPad).
The latest regular grey Kindle e-readers don’t have audio function, so you can’t use the Text-to-speech function on those Kindles to read books aloud. The latest Kindle Paperwhite has touch screen, but control is still more convenient on the Kindle Fire. Quite a lot of users reported the anti-glare screen of Kindle Fire HD is quite good for reading as well.
Yes you can download and read books on the iPad, and you can install the Kindle app to read Kindle books on iPad as well. IPad’s biggest advantage is on the apps. The Appstore of iPad has been developed for years, so it has a great selection of apps. However, on the Kindle Fire, apps are not really that limited (there’re over 60K apps), and many users find all popular apps that they really need are there. You can also sideload quite a lot of Google Play apps (i.e. Android apps) on the Kindle Fire, many reviews have mentioned the steps and it’s quite easy. But if some apps are really important to you and you can’t find them on the Kindle, then iPad should be your choice.
Hope that helps.
Why does my wife want an iPad when she already has a Kindle Fire?
I think it’s a bit ridiculous, they serve the exact same purpose. She won’t even consider an Asus tablet which I think is superior and cheaper. I told her she has to try to sell the other device when she buys the new one.
I have both an iPad and an Android tablet (a Xoom). There’s no comparison. IOS is years ahead of Android in tablets, plus the Android apps are far inferior to this in Apple’s App Store. My Xoom is practically unusable. The only reason I still have it is that I can’t in good conscience give it to any family members. She’ll be able to install the Kindle app on the iPad and access all of her content.
How much is a wacom tablet?
I got photoshop CS5, but I would like to buy a tablet to draw with it, how much would one cost and would someone also help me to use it?
First, you’ve got to decide what you need in terms of size, quality, brand, etc… Try reading this comparison article:
The Wacom Intuos4 lineup is pretty popular. The Small starts at $229, and the XL is about $800. If that’s too much, try looking for a used one, maybe even an Intuous3, which is probably sufficient for your needs.
How do you make a MMORPG and or a 2d game?And what is the difference between 2d and 3d games?
What programs can I download for free to get me started?
What program should I buy to make the game I would market?
Will I be able to use my own illustrations if I make a 3d game?(i’m purchasing a graphic tablet soon)
Are Gta4, Red Dead Redemption, WOW, and Runescape 3d games?
I disliked “The’s” answer, but i gave him a +1 because most of what he said I agreed with.
The problem here is your grasp and skill. If you’re asking how you can make an MMORPG, I am sorry to burst your bubble, but you just failed before you even started.
Making an MMORPG is not just downloading a program, put some icons and graphics together and then a month later, a game pops out. This isn’t the same as breeding a chicken to lay eggs for you.
Making a basic game:
- you can use things like Construct Classic, GameMaker, Torque, Unity 3D, but they all require some level of logic even if most of them are object-based
- you need to understand what graphics are used for what, what file types for what, how to use file types with what apps
- you need to know how to deploy the game and program it in what platform and its basic requirements
- you need to know the legalities of it
- you need a copy writer, lawyer, etc, etc
Making an MMORPG takes:
- the understanding and skill to create the database that store that information
- the web services that calls the game client
- the security apps that secure the line
- the server operating system that houses the game files
This is a very in depth and complicated topic better discussed when you’re older or if you have the ability for it. If you cannot even understand the fundamentals that an MMORPG is very complicated to make, then you have a problem here. Differentiating between 2D and 3D will be the least of your worries.
PS: I am not trying to hammer down on your dreams, but I’ve worked in game development before and have heard a lot of kids say they wanted to create so and so game, but ultimately 99% of them fail before half the game is even complete and these kids actually devote a lot of their time researching and knowing the basics.
Take a look at my answer for a different question: http://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=ArtlabLDO_gGEadwpp1eBnbBFQx.;_ylv=3?qid=20120524022848AAI7rDs
This talks about social networking web sites. If you read what I said there, even a web site can be complicated to make. What do you think an MMORPG would take in comparison? Most likely a lot more work.
However, to try to encourage you to go after your dream, start off with one of the following:
Construct 2 HTML5
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