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How To: Understand Virtual DJ basics

Virtual DJ is an epic piece of software that allows you to become a disc jockey, without even having to get up from your chair. In this video tutorial, learn how to use the basic functionality of this great application. Download a free trial of Virtual DJ and start mixing.

How To: Increase your low virtual memory on Windows XP

This video demonstrates how to increase your computer's virtual memory in Windows XP. To increase virtual memory in Windows XP: - On your desktop, right click on My Computer then select Properties. - On the System Properties Window, click on the Advanced tab. Under Performance, click Settings. - A new window should appear, click on Advanced tab, look for Virtual Memory then click Change. - The virtual memory window should now appear, select your main hard drive (usually C: ), then you can set...

How To: Create a virtual machine for free

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to create a virtual machine for free using the virtual box in Mac. Open the virtual box and click on new. Click next, put in a name for the virtual machine and click next. In the next window, it gives a recommended memory, increase it slightly with the slider and click next. Click next in the subsequent 4 windows that come up and finally click ‘finish’ and click ‘finish’ again on the next window. In the next window click CD/DVD...

How To: Mount an ISO image with the use of Virtual CD/DVD ROM

This video is a tutorial that demonstrates how to download, install and use the program Virtual Clone Drive to mount .cue/.bin/.cue files, and have them operate just like a normal CD or DVD without having to burn them to a disk. Once you have downloaded and installed your virtual cd/dvd software, you can select the number of virtual drives you would like to have, and load, (or mount) your .ISO, .bin, or .cue files into the virtual rom program, then run the program contained in the file from y...

How To: Install & Use the Ultra-Secure Operating System OpenBSD in VirtualBox

OpenBSD implements security in its development in a way that no other operating system on the planet does. Learning to use the Unix-like operating system can help a hacker understand secure development, create better servers, and improve their understanding of the BSD operating system. Using VirtualBox, the OS can be installed within a host to create a full-featured test environment.

How To: Expand your virtual memory

This quick video guide will show you how to expand your virtual memory. Do the following steps to expand your virtual memory: Go to Start, select My Computer, then Properties. Click the Advanced tab, and under Performance hit Settings. Go to Advanced Settings, and under Virtual Memory hit Change. Change your Virtual Memory size here. Hit Set, OK. Restart computer for the new settings to take effect.

How To: Alter settings with VirtualBox on your Mac

Before you can alter the settings of a virtual machine, you must first have the machine powered off. Load VirtualBox on your Mac desktop and make sure it is powered off on the left hand panel. Double-click General and a window should pop up allowing the changing of several settings. For example, you can include a description to keep many virtual machines separate, or adjust the size of the drive. You can even add virtual devices through ports if they are connected to the physical machine. The...

How To: Use Combinator virtual instruments in Reason 5

Learn all about Combinator controller instruments within Reason 5. This official video guide from James Bernard of Propellerhead will teach you everything you'll need to know. Whether you're new to Propellerhead's virtual music studio application, Reason, or their newer DAW app, Record, you're sure to find much to take away from this brief video software tutorial.

How To: Increase your computer's low virtual memory

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to increase a computer's low virtual memory. Begin by clicking on the Start menu. Then right-click on My Computer and select Properties. Then click on the Advanced tab and click on Settings under Performance. In the Performance Options window, click on and Advanced tab and click on Change under Virtual Memory. Now select your hard disk and check Custom Size. For both Minimal Size and Maximum Size, set it at 2500 MB. Finish by clicking on Set and OK. U...

How To: Increase the virtual memory in a Windows XP computer

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to increase the virtual memory in a Windows XP computer. Begin by clicking on the Start menu. Then right-click on My Computer and select Properties. Now click on the Advanced tab and click on Settings under Performance. In the Performance Options window, click on the Advanced tab and click on Change under Virtual Memory. Change the Initial Size to 3000 and Maximum Size to 5000. Finish by click on Set, press OK and restart your computer. This video wil...

How To: Set up Virtual DJ with two separate sound cards

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to set up Virtual DJ with two separate sound cards. Users may choose to use a proper PCI or USB sound card. Begin by the USB card. The drivers will already be on your system. Now open the Virtual DJ program and open the Settings. In the Sound Setup tab, click on the Output drop-down menu and select HEADPHONES. Next, click on the Sound card drop-down menu and select 2 CARDS. Now click on Apply and OK. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy mix...

How To: Change your Windows virtual memory settings

Follow this video to help you change the settings of your virtual memory on your computer. Click Start and then right click on My Computer and select Properties. A window will come up. Click on the Advanced tab,. In the first section there is a part named Performance. Click on the Settings button of this section. Another window named Performance Options will open. Click on the Advanced tab of this window. In the bottom part of this window there is a section titled Virtual memory. Click on the...

How To: Create a Post-it note in Photoshop

Now, instead of leaving Post-It notes on a monitor screen, you can create virtual Post-It notes in Adobe Photoshop! This is a quick tutorial for the intermediate to advanced user of Photoshop, showing you how to create a square, yellow graphic that looks strikingly like the Post-It notes you can find at office supply stores! Add to your website, incorporate in PowerPoint presentations, or use wherever you see a need for a virtual sticky note!

How To: Install and run Google Chrome OS with Virtual Machine

At the end of last year Google released Chromium OS, the source code to their soon-to-be-released operating system Google Chrome OS. This has allowed millions of people to preview the new OS and make suggestions. Do you want in on that action? This video will show you how to install and run Google Chrome OS on a Mac using a virtual machine like VMWare or Virtual Box. Now you can be a part of the future of operating systems. Maybe.

How To: Create virtual hard drives (VHDs) in Windows 7

Interested in creating bootable virtual hard drive files or VHDs in Microsoft Windows 7? This tutorial will show you how it's done! It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete overview of the process in just over a minute's time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this Win 7 user's guide.

How To: Increase virtual memory on a PC

In this tutorial, learn how to increase the speed of your computer by incresing the virtual memory stored on your PC. Virtual memory is simulated by RAM and at times, when the RAM has been used up by your computer, your computer will slow. In this video, learn how to increase you virtual memory, which is essentially increasing the empty space reserved for your RAM.

How To: Add a Virtual Background to Your Zoom Video on Mobile to Hide Your Real Background

Working from home has its perks. You don't need to commute, you can work in your pajamas, and you don't even need to clean your house, especially if you're using Zoom for video meetings on your smartphone. Instead of clearing toys from the floor or moving that pile of clothes on your chair, you can take advantage of Zoom's virtual background feature to hide what's really behind you.

How To: Install Google Chromium OS on your Mac or PC

First download the virtual box, download it for Mac and install it. Now download the Chrome OS and extract it. Now launch your virtual box and click new. A "create new virtual machine" wizard will open, click next, put the name of the OS and choose Linux in operating system and Ubuntu in version now click next. Now give memory atleast 1000 MB and click next. Select "use existing hard disk" and tick the "boot hard disk" and choose the OS file by clicking the folder icon next to it, click add a...

How To: Set up Windows XP mode in Windows 7

An interesting feature of Windows 7 is the ability to run Windows XP in a virtual machine in order to use applications that don't currently work with Windows 7. This is different than using other virtual machine options because in the final version of Windows 7, several versions will ship with this for free as opposed to other options such as purchasing VMWare and an XP license.

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