Review of ImgBurn

ImgBurn – Freeware Burning software

ImgBurn is a nice little freeware program that lets you burn ISO, DVD and Blu-ray disc nice and easily. It does not require a lot of disk space and it is easy to use. It can pretty much do everything that most people need form a burning program. ImgBurn support lots of formats including BIN, CCD, CDI, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG.

Image burn is great if you need to work with ISO files. Whatever you need to burn an existing ISO file or you need to create your own ISO files ImgBurn is up for the task. Of cause ImgBurn can also burn an ordinary data disk if that is what you need.


Language Packs for ImgBurn

ImgBurn is available in many different language. All you need to do, is to download the language pack you want and copy it to the location of the language packs (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn\Languages). Extract the zip file containing the translation file and startup ImgBurn again. You can now switch language under Tools -> Settings -> Language.

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How to make Google find your website

How to make Google find your website

In this little blogpost I will give some tips and tricks, which I have found helpful in order to make my websites visible for search engine on the Internet.

See the roof of the Metrodome in Minneapolis collapse

Not really an IT related news, just a crazy video from the Vikings home field.
The match against the New York Giants will played on Monday in Detroit instead.

How to create multiple users in Active Directory

Active DirectoryIf you need to create a lot of users in active directory, and you don’t want to do it all manually. Microsoft has a nice little tool called CSVDE.EXE that can help you with that. With this command-line tool you can import users from a CSV file. It makes the task a lot simpler if you need to create a bounce of users. Below you can see a little video that shows how it’s done.

csvde.exe has been around in the Windows server platform since Windows server 2000.

Put MSN back into the system tray

How to bring Messenger back to the System Tray

Many people don’t link that Microsoft has moved the Messenger (MSN) icon away from the system tray in Windows 7. That is actually something you can easily change back yourself. I prefer my MSN icon in the tray area where it always has been. If you have it the same way like me here is a little simple guide to make it appear back in the tray area.